Geo Gecko requires a M&E specialist with an understanding of GIS and agriculture. Click here to download more details.
Vacancy: Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant
Organization: Geo Gecko Ltd – Uganda
Term: 2 months (October and November 2014)
Experience: East Africa / Agriculture / Some GIS
Location: Kampala Uganda
Deadline: 5th of September 2014 (Note: this post is subject to the outcome of a current tender process)
Geo Gecko is a Ugandan consulting firm specializing in enhancing decision-making through the provision of usable information and analysis extracted from geo-referenced data. Main contracts for 2014 include large scale survey and data collection, procurement and analysis of aerial imagery, and the installation of a GIS capacity within a major energy provider. We also regularly conduct trainings at our facility within central Kampala.
Geo Gecko is looking for an M&E consultant to join their team for an evaluation of a large agriculture based organization (Int’ Donor funded), with the eventual installment of a GIS department. The role will be mostly advisory to our GIS Analysts on the specific protocols and methodologies used by M&E, and how we can integrate the use of GIS into the organizations existing systems. The successful candidate will also be responsible for par-taking in writing the final report and handing over the newly created GIS Cell to the organization.
The consultant will be provided with appropriate office space in central Kampala. They should provide their own laptop and software.
Past experience in Monitoring and Evaluation within the Agriculture sector in East Africa. Experience of working with International donors and knowledge of respective logical frameworks.
Some experience in GIS and back ground of projects in Uganda. An understanding of the supply chain set up within agricultural sectors.
Please write a covering letter and two page CV to email@example.com. Include detailed description of at least three previous M&E positions, with references. Ensure the subject reads ‘M&E Consultant’.