Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, FT NOB, Dhaka job at WFP

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WFP encourages female candidates and people with disabilities to apply.

WFP seeks candidates of the highest integrity and professionalism who share our humanitarian principles. Selection of staff is made on a competitive basis. We are committed to promoting diversity and the principle of equal employment opportunity for all our employees and encourages qualified candidates to apply irrespective of religion or belief, ethnic or social background, gender, gender identity and disability.


Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Grade: NOB
Type of contract: Fixed Term
Duration: 12 months
Duty Station: Dhaka
Number of positions: 01
Date of Publication: 12 June 2024
Deadline of Application: 25 June 2024

This vacancy announcement is for Bangladeshi Nationals.

WFP offers a competitive benefits package including salary, pension, leave plus medical insurance.


To support the development and implementation of Monitoring, Review and Evaluation Plans aligned to WFP corporate standards to generate quality evidence on the lives of beneficiaries and inform policy, strategy and programme design and implementation. This includes coordinating monitoring activities, managing or supporting the management of decentralized evaluations, supporting thematic/mid-term reviews and positioning WFP as a reliable partner for governments to build monitoring and evaluation strategies. They may also support the formulation of country monitoring and evaluation strategies and contribute to policy development and various initiatives

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES (not all-inclusive)

  1. Provide inputs to the development of Monitoring, Review and Evaluation plans that will provide the most relevant and strategic information toward achieving expected results (as set out in the Country Strategic Plan (CSP) and other global and regional plans), while being compliant with WFP evaluation and monitoring requirements.
  2. Budget for M&E costs and advocate through line manager for both appropriate financial and human resourcing.
  3. Provide feedback on the formulation of the Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Strategies and support their operationalization.
  4. Contribute to evidence-based decision-making on programme design and implementation, notably through making monitoring, review and evaluations findings accessible, developing innovative, user-friendly and informative products.
  5. Support WFP Management in addressing recommendations from monitoring, reviews and evaluations to ensure that follow-up actions are taken as required.
  6. Contribute to building M&E capacity of WFP staff and partners through training and information sharing. Manage junior staff members and guide as required to enable high performance.
  7. Provide inputs to line manager regarding the development and implementation of national government and inter-agency monitoring, reporting and evaluation frameworks, including United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) aligned with nationally owned sustainable development goals.
  8. Take responsibility for integrating protection and gender perspectives in all areas of work, to ensure equal participation of women and men.
  9. At Country Strategic Plan (CSP) design stage, support the Head of M&E or Head of Programme in developing a Theory of Change outlining how the expected results are likely to occur and listing key assumptions and risks.
  10. Support line manager in ensuring that CO monitoring systems and tools are in place and compliant with corporate standards including the minimum monitoring requirements (MMR), standard operational procedures (SOP) and establishment of baselines and targets in alignment with the updated corporate results framework (CRF).
  11. Draft regular monitoring reports on status of results and implementation progress and contribute to the data analysis.
  12. Support mid-term reviews and thematic reviews which are intended for internal learning, strategic and operational decision-making.
  13. Manage or support senior officer in the management of decentralized evaluations in line with WFP Evaluation Policy and Decentralized Evaluation Quality Assurance System (DEQAS). This entails managing or supporting evaluation processes from planning to completion: sourcing, hiring and supervising external evaluators; engaging stakeholders appropriately in the evaluation process and managing communications and budgets.
  14. Support centralized evaluations managed by the Office of Evaluation, joint UNDAF evaluations and donor-led evaluation in country.
  15. Other duties as required.


Experience: Minimum of three(3) years of relevant professional work experience including monitoring and evaluation activities. Experience of using a variety of quantitative and qualitative analytical tools and methods. Previous experience in Humanitarian or development contexts is preferable.

Education: Advanced University degree in Sociology, Social Development, Development Economics or Performance Management, monitoring and evaluation or other relevant field, or First University degree with additional years of relevant work experience and/or training/courses.

Language: Fluency in both written and oral communication in English and Bangla.


• Cultivated sustainable relationships with local NGOs, government authorities, and other implementation partners.
• Has research experience using variety of analytical tools and methods for causality analysis, forecasting, and other data modeling needs.
• Performed monitoring, evaluations and assessments at multiple field locations

All WFP Employees are expected to demonstrate the competencies and standards of behaviour aligned with our core values and defined in the WFP LEADERSHIP FRAMEWORK, namely:

  • Leading by example with integrity,
  • Driving results and delivering on commitments, ​
  • Fostering inclusive and collaborative teamwork,
  • Applying strategic thinking,
  • Building and maintaining sustainable partnerships.


The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is the world’s largest humanitarian organization, humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. The mission of WFP is to help the world achieve Zero Hunger in our lifetimes. Every day, WFP works worldwide to ensure that no child goes to bed hungry and that the poorest and most vulnerable, particularly women and children, can access the nutritious food they need.

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Bangladesh has experienced sustained economic growth in recent years – one of the fastest in Asia prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, 40 million people remain food insecure and 11 million suffer from acute hunger. The country’s low elevation and vast watercourses leave it greatly susceptible to climate shocks. Since 2017, Bangladesh has also seen a massive influx of Rohingya refugees, with almost three quarters of a million fleeing across the border from Myanmar since 2017 alone.

Since beginning its activities in Bangladesh in 1974, the World Food Programme (WFP) has touched the lives of more than 155 million people through both emergency response and longer-term resilience-building for improved food and nutrition security. While continuing to provide humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role, assisting the Government in efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger.

Our Country Strategic Plan 2022-2026 reinforces WFP’s commitment to working with the Government to improve the food security, nutrition, and resilience of vulnerable communities, while also providing emergency food assistance to people affected by disasters.


Tuesday, 25 June, 2024

Dhaka, Bangladesh
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