CARE International Timor Leste – CITL

30-09-2011 08:54


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CARE International Timor Leste – CITL

Job Title                     : Field Monitoring & Evaluation Officer  (8)

Program                     : School Dropout Prevention Pilot Project (SDPP)

Report To                  : National M&E and Research Specialist

Duty Station              : To be decided. Must be prepared to be placed in the appropriate field


 Job Summary:

The Field Monitoring & Evaluation Officer is responsible for

A.      Implementing project’s M&E plan in the field under the guidance and supervision of the National M&E Specialist. This will include:

 1.      Conducting frequent visits to all SDPP project schools (both intervention and control schools) – meet with school administrators, teachers, students, parents, and other community members to verify and collect information;

2.      Producing short insightful reports on his/her school visits to provide both the technical and M&E units with greater insight into project activities in the field;

3.      Assisting in conducting both quantitative and qualitative research projects by leading small research teams in the field;

4.      Conducting regular meetings with MoE M&E staff and other stakeholders at both district and sub-district levels to ensure the consistency of the data collected;

B.      Database Updating under the guidance and supervision of the database coordinator.

 5.      Updating the databases based upon the verification of the field data; and

6.      Assisting with data entry and data cleaning.

C.       Any other task assigned by the supervisor.




Completed a  relevant diploma degree

Work Experience

At least three years of experience in data collection and knowledge of school dynamics in Timor-Leste preferably with previous experience in education projects in Bobonaro, Ermera, and Liquica districts; and knowledge of the Education Management Information System (EMIS) in Timor-Leste.


Ability to produce accurate, detailed, and insightful reports;

Advanced user of Microsoft Excel and familiar with Microsoft Access;

Interview skills;

Training skills;

Ability to work on multiple things at once (multitask);

Strong personal and organizational skills;

Ability to work in diverse teams;

Ability to drive a motorbike in unsealed roads;

Willing to work in rural and remote areas of Timor-Leste.


Fluency in Tetun and knowledge of one or more Western Timorese Languages (Mambae, Bunak, Kemak or Tokodede), basic English language skills desirable.

How to Apply


For those who are interested for this position, please submit the application letter and Curriculum Vitae with two references. to HR Unit, CARE International Timor-Leste, Bairro Pite Dili, OR by email The closing date for applications is 09 October 2011 at 5pm and only the applicant who short listed will be contacted for the interview. Please visit our blog for more details



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