GOAL is currently seeking to hire competent persons to join our Uganda team. This is an exciting opportunity for you to join an extremely dynamic International NGO and to use your skills. If you are familiar with working within the international development aid sector and have a strong background in the areas mentioned, then you are the one we are looking for!
All positions are contingent to funding.
Management Information Systems Manager
About the Role: The Management Information Systems Manager is a senior level management position reporting directly to the Deputy Programme Director – Monitoring, Evaluation Research and Learning (DPD-MERL). The MIS Manager will be part of a team of experts in charge of monitoring and evaluation and measuring the impact of program activities, conducting research and documenting and disseminating learnings. MIS Manager is expected to play an important role in providing advice on and lead in the implementation of a management information system for the new programme and GOAL’s MEL functions to enable efficient access to routine programme data to drive business planning and programme development; to review and monitor the implementation of partnerships with intervention partners (e.g., private sector, government, NGOs); and to understand whether expected results are delivered. The MIS Manager will support the customization of digital MERL systems in platforms such as PowerBi, Commcare, MWater and other ODK toolkits. To achieve these tasks, the MIS Manager will be supported by in country and GOAL global MEL and MIS team. He or she will also be supported by the Programme’s Management Unit.
MIS Development and Customization
Data analysis and visualisation
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
Established in 1977, GOAL is an international humanitarian agency, with a global team of 2,400 personnel, dedicated to alleviating the needs of the most vulnerable communities. Currently operating in 13 of the world’s most vulnerable countries, GOAL delivers a wide range of humanitarian and development programmes, ranging from humanitarian relief in disaster situations, to focusing on nutrition, food security, and building greater resilience and sustainable livelihoods.
General description of the country programme:
First operational in Uganda in 1979, the current GOAL Uganda country programme focuses on Health (including WASH, Health Accountability and Nutrition programming); and a market based systems approach to improving agricultural livelihoods and WASH. GOAL Uganda mainstreams gender, child protection, social behaviour change and resilience strategies across all programming. GOAL works on a district focused approach and uses a mixture of direct implementation and partnerships with national and international civil society organizations, local government, the private sector and communities to give effect to our mission.
GOAL Uganda has a skilled team of approximately 100 personnel and manages an annual operating budget of approximately €8.7 million (2018). GOAL is currently operational in the North, South, East and West of Uganda with six established offices in Kampala, Lira, Bugiri, Abim, Kaabong and Agago Districts. GOAL Uganda country programme is funded by a number of donors who include Mastercard, charity: water, Irish Aid and some small foundations.
Remuneration Package and Benefits:
Our package includes a competitive salary, health insurance cover for up to 3 dependents, comprehensive 24 hour personal accident cover, terminal benefits equivalent to one month for each completed year of service and our working hours provide for a half day on Fridays. GOAL promotes a learning and development environment with training & study opportunities aligned to our staff development policy.
Interested applicants who meet the requirements should submit their applications by email with at least 4 reference contacts (3 from the last three employers, and 1 character reference), and daytime contact number to; The Human Resource Manager, GOAL Uganda:
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