The Cambodia Agricultural Value Chain Program Phase II (CAVACII) is a large agricultural development program supported by the Australian Government. It focuses on research, extension, irrigation, agribusiness and policy. CAVAC has the purpose of increasing the productivity and incomes of small farmers and trade in milled rice and other crops by strengthening market systems and investing in irrigation infrastructure. The program is based in Phnom Penh.
The purpose of this position is to implement the results management system aligning to the DCED standard. The RM system serves two functions - 'proving' and 'improving'. Results are used internally and externally to provide evidence that the program is performing and has achieved targets. You will:
> Support technical staff on developing Impact Logic and projecting assumptions
> Assist to develop, manage, and review the Monitoring Plan (MP) by consulting with the technical staff
> Assist the RM manager to develop annual M&E matrix work plans
> Work with technical staff to monitor and evaluate the program interventions
> Supervise and manage surveys by external researchers
> Ensure that regular monitoring information feeds from program interventions to enable real-time learning and feedback loops.
A copy of the terms of reference can be obtained by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the rate of pay will be based on local labour standards.
Cardno is committed to Child Protection in all fields. Cardno is an equal opportunity employer.
The deadline for submission is 3.00pm, 5 August 2016
CAVAC II is supported by the Australian
Government and managed by Cardno
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