The anticipated five-year contract is to assist USAID/Nepal in planning, designing, conducting, disseminating, and learning from rigorous M&E activities in order to support the achievement of their three Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) Development Objectives (DO): (1) More inclusive and effective governance; (2) Inclusive and sustainable economic growth to reduce extreme poverty; and (3) Increased human capital. These outputs from the contract will enable USAID/Nepal to facilitate informed program management, shape the longer-term strategic direction of programs and decision-making within the Mission, and comply with Agency accountability and M&E requirements. The project is anticipated to have three components:
- Support rigor and coherence in M&E efforts (PMP, M&E plans, capacity building of Mission and IPs).
- Design and conduct analyses, evaluations, surveys, studies, and assessments (PEs, IEs, surveys, etc.).
- Support improved knowledge management.
SI is seeking a Knowledge Management (KM) Analyst for the USAID Nepal Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning activity. The position is full-time, will be based in Kathmandu, and is anticipated to begin summer 2020.
**Please Note: This is a local position. Only Nepalese citizens will be eligible to apply.**
- Coordinate with the Chief of Party, and other Leads to oversee knowledge management across the project.
- Gather, synthesize, and create systems for maintaining and disseminating key information.
- Develop a knowledge management sustainability strategy to ensure lessons learned and best practices are stored and shared with USAID, stakeholders and implementing partners.
- Coordinate knowledge management products, services, approaches and tools.
- Assist USAID in adopting and strengthening knowledge management systems and processes.
- Oversee development and presentation of data for evidence-based learning and decision-making.
- Conduct and facilitate knowledge exchange events, knowledge management communities of practice with stakeholders and disseminate best practices.
- Master’s degree in a field related to organizational learning or development assistance such as public, business or development administration; knowledge management; political science; economics or development studies.
- Demonstrated experience in and knowledge management, data visualization and communication in development.
- Demonstrated knowledge of and experience working with USAID M&E and information systems.
- Experience using knowledge management software and development and use of databases.
- Ability to work well with data visualization tools (ArcGIS, SPSS and Excel).
- Strong organizational, interpersonal, communication and administrative skills are required.
- Fluency in English is required.
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