KCCB Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer Job Vacancy in Kenya

Position Title: Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer I

The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) – General Secretariat is the national administrative, facilitative and coordinative arm through which KCCB undertakes all responsibilities which express the KCCB mission in Kenya.

KCCB is the prime recipient of a grant entitled KCCB-ACTS (Accelerate, Transition, Sustain) awarded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) under the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).

KCCB is seeking candidates to fill the position of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer I.


JOB PURPOSE: Reporting to the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Advisor, the incumbent will provide M&E support in executing the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) activities within KCCB ACTS.

S/He will coordinate facility and partner level Data Management teams in meeting all PEPFAR, KCCB ACTS and Ministry of Health (MOH) data reporting requirements.

Responsibilities include but not limited to: MER indicator understanding and reporting, conducting Data Quality Assessments (DQA), data entry, cleaning and reporting in DATIM, DHSI2, Kenya EMR and 3PM.

The incumbent will work closely with the M&E Advisor in the design and implementation of all monitoring and evaluation activities under KCCB ACTS program.


1. Provide technical assistance to KCCB ACTS and stakeholders on SI and M&E

2. Ensure data is well captured and reported accurately.

3. Participate in data collection and entry of the MER indicators and non-MER indicators into the approved system.

4. Review performance of MER key indicators against annual target and participate in monthly data review meetings

5. Create various visualization to show performance of program data

6. Support KCCB ACTS program in implementing MOH Kenya EMR system to improve efficiency of reporting and data management of the allocated key indicators.

7. Coordinate monthly data collection of MER indicators and entry for all the supported facilities into Kenya EMR, 3PM and DHSI2 platforms. This entails
coordination of partners to meet data entry deadlines, cleaning data, working with the relevant program officers to review data, and compile narratives

8. Receive, verify and compile quarterly PEPFAR supplemental data sets.

9. Work closely with KCCB ACTS supported facilities and partners to provide support and become familiar with Kenya EMR system and MER indicator reporting requirements.

10. Train and build capacity of data officers, data clerks and other field staff on all data collection tools (PEPFAR, MOH, etc.) registers, and any other custom tools developed by the program.

11. Participate and conduct DQA activities at the facility level following the SOPs and develop workplans for sealing the gaps identified.

12. Sharing DQA findings with all relevant stakeholders, partners and program staff ensuring follow-up of action items, verified and corrective actions are implemented.

13. Implementation of electronic medical record (EMR) systems within supported health facilities.

14. Build the field and facility level staff’s ability to effectively use paper-based and electronic systems for monitoring programmatic performance and monthly reporting.

15. Work with the finance team to ensure cost per unit (CPU) analysis is submitted in a timely manner.

16. Quarterly review of program activity reports and partner performance invoices to ensure correct data is captured.

17. Participate in monthly data calls with the IHPT team.

18. Any other responsibilities as reasonably assigned by the supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications, Experience & Skills

1. Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology, Health Records, Statistics, M&E or other relevant qualification from an accredited institution.

2. Master’s in Public Health, Statistics, or epidemiology is an added advantage.

3. Minimum of 3-5 years related work experience.

4. 3 years’ experience working with PEPFAR and MOH data reporting, M&E or Strategic Information activities.

5. Demonstrable knowledge of EMR systems

6. Experience working with Faith based facilities

7. Ability to meet strict deadlines with strong attention to consistency, detail, and quality.

8. Excellent report writing, analytical and communication skills, including oral presentation skills.

Other Personal Attributes

1. Integrity

2. Self-driven

3. Innovative

4. Intelligent

5. Detail oriented

6. Adaptable

7. Resilient

8. Result oriented

9. Team Player/leader

10. Good knowledge of Social Teachings of the Church and Ethical Principles

Application Process

Applications should be addressed to:

P.O BOX 13475-00800

Please apply online through the following portal:


To reach him on or before Monday, 3rd October 2022 at 5pm.

Candidates are requested to submit application letters and detailed CV including names and contacts of three Referees and to include the Position Title on the subject line of the application letter.

For more details about the above positions visit KCCB Website: www.kccb.or.ke under careers and bid