Requisition ID: req19999
Sector: Monitoring & Evaluation
Open to Expatriates: No
The IRC in the process developing a computerized Information management system for Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning department. The system will consolidate the performance of the different sectors into one centralized database. This will provide detailed information on services delivery, progress on work plan implement, budget utilization, facilitate data utilization by different stakeholders and provide management with real-time data on program performance for evidence-based decision making. The results will further be used by program managers to enhance project performance by t using the information to detect problematic areas early enough and make appropriate adjustments in service delivery.
Existing MEAL Management Information System
Currently, the IRC is using several data bases to collect information on the different services provided to the clients, which include;
Objective of the assignment
The IRC is seeking a consultant to support in developing an online computerized system that is able to; collect data from the different projects and workplan activities, centrally store this data, link with the different databases to generate reports routine performance on different project indicators, dashboards that support drilling down contributions from different field sites. The system should be able to show performance at institutional level by consolidating performance across the field sites and specific field site performance. A fully function system will be developed in a phased manner
The consultant will be responsible for building a complete and fully functional integrated MEAL system that incorporates all the project implemented within IRC. The systems will be developed in phased manner. The consultant will implement this assignment in a phased manner where a module will be worked on, tested, and rolled out for use by the program/project team.
Scope of Work
The consultant SHALL link the system to the exiting data bases;
Project Management Requirements
The consultant is expected to provide a detail project plan and an implementation methodology of this project.
However due to the different implementation timelines for each project, the project will be executed in phases (sprints), RE:BUILD being the first module to be developed and implemented followed by PRM and other projects.
The project plan is expected to include;
Expected Outcomes and Deliverables
The consultant will work in close collaboration with the IRC MEAL team, and they shall be the subject matter expert (SME) for their respective projects. The team comprised of the MEAL Coordinator, MEAL Managers, MEAL officers, program team and the IT team for technical guidance. IRC will provide the required reports templates.
Duration of the Consultancy
This consultancy is expected to be implemented in a period of 3 months for first module for RE:BUILD. The contract will be extended to cover the requirements of different project.
Please note: Shortlisted candidates will be asked to carry out a demonstration to show their understanding of the tasks.
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