New Incentives

Job Summary

New Incentives is seeking a Monitoring and Learning Officer to support the organization in conducting ongoing program quality assessments on New Incentives field activities. This position will be responsible for reviewing program implementation against organizational frameworks, assessing the level of protocol adherence, and evaluating stakeholder satisfaction.

The ideal candidate works well independently, has excellent communication skills and the ability to think critically. Success in this role will require a high proficiency in planning, organizing, and implementing field visits in a timely and professional manner. The ability to critically assess program quality and make targeted suggestions for improvement is imperative to success. Proficiency in Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) is preferred.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

Ensures Program Quality in the Field

  • Engages in several weekly field visits to disbursement and other activities
  • Utilizes framework to assess program quality
  • Assesses stakeholder and beneficiary satisfaction through qualitative interviews
  • Document lessons learned and success stories
  • Generate excellent reports on field activities
  • Identify critical factors for success and support their translation into program policy

Administrative and Field Related Roles

  • Assesses 2 clinics per day and reports back to the Expansion Coordinator via myday regarding their proficiency in customer service.
  • Performs an in-depth review of field officers customer service, incorporated into training and where relevant protocol recommendations.
  • Develops and implement trainings on customer service and importance of good treatment of caregivers
  • Executes training for managers and field auditors on how to assess customer service gaps.
  • Equips staff with the skills needed to provide behavioral counseling intervention with beneficiaries. Strengthen and encourage interpersonal communication skills between health workers and the ABAE field officers.
  • Reviews field officers performance dashboards to ensure a comprehensive understanding of field officers performance.
  • Reviews clinic performance dashboards to ensure a comprehensive understanding of KPIs across all clinics.
  • Reports on areas where refresher trainings are needed for field officers to the Expansion Coordinator.
  • Visits clinics at least once a week.
  • Participates and conducts training sessions during field officers trainings.
  • Carries out any other tasks issued by the Expansion Coordinator.
  • Manages a system to track beneficiary and non-beneficiary feedback and complaints.

Key Requirements

Education and Work Experience

  • B.Sc or equivalent.
  • A minimum of 2-3 years relevant experience working in MEL
  • At least 1 years prior experience working for a non-profit, charitable organization, or INGO.
  • Experience conducting qualitative research

Skills and Competencies

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills (especially in Hausa)
  • Excellent budget management skills.
  • High ethical standards and integrity
  • Ability to travel extensively
  • Ability to identify gaps and recommend solutions
  • Ability to manage multiple priority tasks
  • Highly proactive with a very strong sense of accountability
  • Proficiency in MS Word, MS Excel, MS Powerpoint, internet browsers, smartphones and ICT in general. Ability to use Google Doc, Google Sheet, and AppSheet would be a bonus.

—> Note: because the majority of our caregivers are women, women candidates are preferred for this role

All submissions should be through by filling out this Google Form questionnaire by 31-March-2023. Candidates will be considered on a rolling basis and are encouraged to not wait until the deadline as decisions for this position could be taken sooner.