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Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (M/F)


Enabel is the Belgian development agency. It implements and coordinates Belgium’s international development policy and primarily works for the Kingdom of Belgium. The agency also implements actions for other national and international donors. With its partners in Belgium and abroad. Enabel offers solutions addressing pressing global challenges: Climate Change, Urbanisation, Human Mobility, Peace and Security, Economic and Social Inequality, and Global Citizenship. With 1,800 staff, Enabel manages about 150 projects in twenty countries, in Belgium, Africa, and the Middle East.

Currently, in Rwanda, Enabel is implementing a five-year cooperation programme (2019 – 2024) with a total budget of 120 million euros in four priority sectors of development: health, agriculture, urbanisation, and public finance management.

In parallel, a new Thematic Portfolio of 50 million Euro on Social Protection in Central Africa, is under formulation and will be implemented in DR Congo, Rwanda, and Uganda from 2022-2026. The portfolio will also focus on regional networking, learning, and exchange of best practices.

Decent work and social protection are high on the international agenda because of their transformative nature, also in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic. Decent work is also a priority theme of the Belgian Law on Development Cooperation of 19 March 2013 and an integral part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Belgium ambitions to be a global leader in social protection and decent work and supports the ILO’s approach and guidelines in favour of decent work and social protection in developing countries as universal and fundamental human rights. The right to decent work and social protection must be guaranteed for all, including the most vulnerable, throughout life, while avoiding any discrimination. This right is also intricately linked to the ILO’s Decent Work framework, which consists of four pillars: (1) employment creation and enterprise development (2) standards and rights at work (3) social protection, (4) social dialogue.

The social protection portfolio is part of an approach aiming at supporting partner countries to establish comprehensive and universal social protection mechanisms.

In view of implementing the social protection portfolio Enabel is currently looking for a (f/m)– Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (M&E).

Location:Kigali, Rwanda.

Duration of the contract: Open-ended – local contract according to the Rwandan labor law ((upon the Specific Convention of the Portfolio is signed between Government of Rwanda and Kingdom of Belgium)

Expected starting date: March 2022

Salary package: From 1.827.368RWF gross salary depending on the number of years of relevant experience


The M&E Officer will work under the direct supervision of the Intervention Manager and in close collaboration with all concerned stakeholders to analyze, document, and disseminate lessons learned at national level.

In general, (s)he will:

Implement the M&E framework for the regional activities of the portfolio
Participate in the development of M&E frameworks and reporting tools
Promote a results-based approach to monitoring and evaluation, emphasizing results and impacts
Check that monitoring data are discussed in the appropriate forum and in a timely fashion in terms of implications for future action. If necessary, create such discussion forums to fill any gaps
Consolidate the M&E activity reports in accordance with approved reporting formats and ensure their timely submission
Design and implement M&E tools to identify, analyze, document, and disseminate lessons learned at national level
Prepare and present a regular analysis of data and support all levels for improvement of data reporting and data use
Undertake regular visits to the field to support implementation of M&E and to identify where adaptations might be needed

qualification and experience

Rwandan Citizen
Master’s degree or Equivalent in Economics, Statistics, Monitoring and Evaluation or other areas closely relevant;
At least 5 years working experience in M&E in public, private or international organisations
Working experience in the field of private sector development or informal sector will be an asset
technical skills

Skills in manipulating M&E tools
Excellent skills in knowledge management or learning
Excellent skills in excel and other important analysis tools (EpiInfo, Stata, SPSS, etc.)
Expertise in M&E methodologies including the various approaches and theories, the norms and standards, the quantitative and qualitative methods, the quality and validity of data, the analysis and interpretation of the data
Expertise in reporting and learning exercises
Fluent in Kinyarwanda and in English with good knowledge of French

Mature and team player
Ability to work under stressful conditions with flexibility to working overtime and undertaking field missions
Ability to work with a variety of actors and stakeholders with good communication skills
Ability to work independently to produce expected results
High level of rigor and integrity
Adaptability, cultural-gender-age-religion-nationality sensitivity
Applicants are also required to commit to the vision, mission and values of Enabel ( ).

Following this recruitment procedure, a shortlist of successful applicants may be constituted which may be sourced in the next three years for similar job openings.

How to Apply

Interested applicants fulfilling the above-mentioned criteria are invited to submit their application documents through Job in Rwanda by clicking the “Apply for this job” button including detailed Curriculum Vitae (max 5 pages), a motivation letter, and a copy of university degree(s). Past and current service certificates also need to be attached to the application (unproven experience will not be considered during the shortlisting). Specify in your CV the names of three referees (former direct supervisor) as well as their emails and telephone numbers. Submit the full file not later than 01st February 2022.

Enabel is committed to equal opportunities and diversity in its workforce. We do not discriminate on the basis of gender, origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability status or any other factor other than competence.

Only successful applicants will be contacted.

Enabel never requests money to be part of any of the recruitment process.

Done at Kigali, 21st January 2022

Resident Representative, Enabel Rwanda