Monitoring Officer

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United Nations Children's Fund




Under the overall supervision of the Chief Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation (PME), the Monitoring Office (HPM)  will work within the PME Team, in support to the humanitarian and sector programs (as defined in their approved AWPs), and will contribute to the provision of useful, valid, and reliable information for the UNICEF Venezuela Country Office on:

  • the situation of children’s and women’s rights; in all contexts (humanitarian, nexus, development)
  • the performance of UNICEF-supported humanitarian responses and development programmes, including their efficiency, effectiveness, coverage, quality, equity, and coordination (using corporate indicators and metrics).
  • The Monitoring Officer (HPM) will also support Field Offices (FOs) in delivering quality information on the situation of children’s and women’s rights in coordination with the CO program sections and the Emergency Team.
  • The Monitoring Officer (HPM) will also conduct analysis of UNICEF humanitarian results and prepare internal and external information products supporting humanitarian results-based planning and performance monitoring.
  • The Monitoring Officer (HPM) will assist in developing the capacity of UNICEF personnel and implementing partners for data quality assurance and data management, using different tools and approaches (webinars, tools, network meetings, etc.)

Your main responsibilities will be…

  • Supporting CO Programmes and FOs with data QA, data compilation and analysis.
  • Increasing the use of information by UNICEF and partners, through the delivery of quality Data Visualization and reporting products.
  • Strengthening information and data dissemination.
  • Building capacity for Information Management to UNICEF staff, implementing partners and governments

To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…

The following minimum requirements:


  • Bachelor’s degree in Information Management, Geographic Information Systems, Programme Monitoring, Social Sciences, or related field.  

Work Experience:

  • A minimum of two (2) years of progressively responsible professional work experience in information management, information systems, monitoring/evaluation, disaster management and preparedness or other related area.
  • Experience working in information management or humanitarian performance monitoring in complex emergency settings.


  • Data collection and use.
  • Statistics, and data analysis and management.
  • Range of different methodologies and approaches including theories, standards and models, quantitative/qualitative/mixed methods, validity/reliability testing of data, data analysis and interpretation, and statistical inference methods.
  • Process management, follow-up on recommendations, and dissemination of results and integration of learnings into programme design.
  •  Integration of human rights, gender, equity, and diversity.
  • Emerging international good practice in information management partnerships and capacity strengthening.
  • Language Requirements: Fluency in Spanish and English is required.





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