Develop and implement the multi-year and annual M&E plans in-line with the Project Document
Lead the planning and implementation of the baseline survey, mid-term review and final evaluation and regularly update progress on management response
Undertake regular monitoring visits to project locations to monitor and collect relevant data and evidence, analyze data to demonstrate project’s results and capture bottlenecks
Prepare quarterly results tracker with key activities, indicators, baseline and targets under four result areas to obtain quarterly progress towards attainment of the annual results
Maintain an effective and updated filing/archiving system of M&E related documents and develop a database on all relevant indicators, partners, and programmes on federalism
Document lessons learned for the project with specific focus on results, impact, and the final outcomes and conduct an annual review workshop with participation of relevant stakeholders
Facilitate monitoring visits for donors, UNDP, MOFAGA, provincial and local government officials to project sites
Prepare check lists and reporting templates for the project to be used by staff in monitoring visits.
Prepare quarterly and annual project progress reports in compliance with the EU and UNDP’s corporate requirements.
Prepare all documents and presentations for the Project Board
Prepare biweekly bulletin, factsheet, brochure and regularly update project information on UNDP’s website
Coordinate national and international missions and prepare briefing papers, mission reports and other correspondence
Ensure that project’s results are well captured in the UNDP’s corporate platforms: Integrated Work Plan, ROAR, Annual Business Plan, Strategic Plan reporting etc.
Support in preparing documents and compiling evidence for the Quality Assurance assessment of the project in collaboration with the PLGSP team and UNDP Country Office
Ensure all publications and reports produced by the project mainstream GESI
Assist the project team in translating documents from Nepali to English and vice versa
Education + Experience
Master or bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Political Science, Public Policy, Statistics, Management or related field.
Master’s degree with two years of progressive experience or bachelor’s degree with four years of experience in project management, data analysis, monitoring, evaluation, and reporting with a background and interest in governance particularly local governance and federalism issues
Proven experience with results-based planning, designing and implementation of M&E systems, M&E methods and approaches and data/information collection, analysis and reporting
Practical knowledge and experience in gathering gender disaggregated data and translating those data into evidence for reporting
Experience of using innovative applications for data management, project/programme monitoring and reporting
Excellent knowledge of computer including MS Office (Word, Excel, mail, and Power Point)
Previous experience of working with the UN system, particularly UNDP, will be an advantage
Excellent written and oral communication skill in English and Nepali