Tetra Tech

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager (USAID/Honduras Integrated Violence Prevention Activity)

Tetra Tech

Job Description

Tetra Tech International Development Services (www.tetratechintdev.com) headquartered in Arlington, VA, is currently seeking qualified candidates for a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager position on an anticipated USAID funded program in Honduras. The program is expected to address the violence dynamics and associated Security" id="link" class="link">Human Security challenges that are driving irregular migration in Honduras.

This will be a long-term position for five years based in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Honduran citizens are strongly encouraged to apply.


* Oversee the MEL Plan Design and development, incorporating Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting (CLA) actions.

* Supervise the work of all MEL staff on the project, including communications with partner organizations.

* Provide formal training to grantees, partners, and other relevant stakeholders on the project’s MEL systems, policies, procedures, templates, and forms.

* As required, participate in client-directed Data Quality assessments (DQA) and preparation of reports.

* Verify program results with supporting documentation, photographs, and success stories.

* Ensures that all data from field-based activities, grantees, subcontractors and secondary data are input into an established project database in a timely, efficient, and accurate process.

* Responsible for all performance data Analysis.

* Oversees and ensures the learning cycle is integrated and institutionalized.

* Offers timely data to facilitate evidence-based management decisions.

* Assist in providing concise, summarized reporting against indicators for semi-annual and annual progress reports.


* Advanced degree in Social Science, Project Management, International Development, M&E, or related field.

* At least 10 years of experience in international development, in a field related to MEL * Proven experience actively fostering CLA.

* Experience monitoring the impact of activities on Vulnerable Populations, including youth and women.

* Familiar with USAID’s approach to MEL.

* At least five (5) years supervisory work experience.

* Language requirements: Full professional proficiency in English and Spanish are required.

* Proven experience in computer knowledge on database software * Experience with digital monitoring platforms
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