The Senior Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist provides specialized, functional support and conducts primary and secondary data collection at assigned government-funded grantee sites to measure compliance and assess program performance as part of a Monitoring Initiative. The Initiative supports a an office within the Administration of Children and Families (ACF), US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Project Management Support and Data Analysis
Serves as initiative’s subject matter expert and lead on programs related to case management
Acts as the initiative’s primary contact with an assigned programs division, ensuring federal division staff expectations are met
Updates assigned program monitoring toolkits
Performs on-site and remote monitoring reviews to ascertain grantee compliance with program requirements and collect data on programmatic outcomes
Conducts individual and/or group interviews with grantee staff, program participants, and external stakeholders about program administration, operations, quality of services, and program outcomes
Reviews program data, including grantee program documentation, pre-monitoring questionnaires, and client or medical case files, to determine compliance with grant requirements and policies and procedures
Identifies any grantee potential promising practices and technical assistance needs
Advises grantees and federal staff of preliminary monitoring findings
Writes monitoring reports containing in-depth analyses and assessments of findings
Provides training or guidance on selected monitoring and evaluation-related topics for team members and federal staff, as needed
Contributes to the development and writing of M&E analysis reports and other related deliverables
Participates in meetings as required and assists with additional projects, as needed
MSW or equivalent required.
Experience, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
8-10 years of M&E experience
5+ years of case management experience working with immigrants, refugees, and/or underserved populations
Demonstrated specialized program assessment expertise
Exceptional analytical skills
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
Expertise with MS Office suite of tools
This position requires a Public Trust Clearance or the ability to obtain it and is based in Washington, D.C., or may be remote. Long-distance travel to other cities within the U.S. is required and will be reimbursed per federal travel regulations.
About Our Work
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