Assistant Manager: Monitoring And Evaluation

OFFICE OF THE PREMIER
REF NO: DSRAC 07/05/2018 (X2 POSTS)
SALARY : An all-inclusive remuneration R334 545 (Level 09)
CENTRE : Head Office
CLOSING DATE : 15 June 2018

REQUIREMENTS :
Administration or relevant qualifications.
Certificate in monitoring and evaluation monitoring and evaluation environment.
Proven experience in the development of procedures for data collection and analysis.
Knowledge and experience in monitoring and evaluation tools and systems.
Good report writing skills.
Presentation skills.
Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint).
Good interpersonal skills, project management skills, strategic thinking, good verbal and communication skills, coordination and facilitation skills, report and business writing skills, planning and organising skills, able to work under pressure, prepared to travel long distances.
Good understanding and knowledge of government policies, outcomes, priorities and programmes.
Strategic Management within the context of PFMA and other relevant regulatory framework in the Public Service.
Reporting, monitoring and evaluation processes.
Must be in possession of a valid code 08 driving licence.

DUTIES :
Facilitate the development and implementation of monitoring and evaluation systems in the Department.
Conduct evaluations in partnership with research institutions and institutions of higher learning.
Facilitate and manage the development of Departmental Monitoring and Evaluation Reports.
Conduct and produce data analysis report on the implementation of Departmental Strategic and Annual Performance Planning in line with Provincial wide Monitoring and Evaluation framework as well as Government Programme of Action.
Monitor, evaluate and report on the implementation of Departmental Service Standards, Service Delivery Improvement Plans and Service Delivery Charter.
Monitor, 75 evaluate and report on the implementation of Departmental Conditional Grants.
Undertake any other task as directed by the supervisor.

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