Jul 142018

Organization: Asia Injury Prevention Foundation
Country: Viet Nam
Closing date: 31 Jul 2018

job announcement – Monitoring & Evaluation Manager

Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Starting date: As soon as possible

Closing date: 31 July 2018

About AIP Foundation

AIP Foundation is a U.S. registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization addressing the pervasive and devastating rate of road traffic crash injuries and fatalities in developing countries through a holistic set of programs, with a particular focus on helmet use. Our pillared strategy includes access to safe equipment; public awareness campaigns; school-based and targeted population campaigns; technical assistance, particularly focused on legislative advocacy and helmet standards; and research, monitoring, and evaluation. AIP Foundation has a 40-person staff with offices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Bangkok, Thailand; and Chengdu, China. AIP Foundation funders and partners include a wide variety of public and private donors, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USAID, FIA Foundation, Safe Kids Worldwide, UPS, Johnson & Johnson, Chevron and local government agencies. For additional information, please visit

Position summary

The Monitoring & Evaluation Manager role reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer. The responsibilities listed below are inclusive, but not exhaustive, of the role.


§ Develop and implement an organization-wide M&E framework that meets the requirements of a large variety of donors and effectively facilitates accountability and learning throughout project lifecycles

§ Produce and implement project-specific monitoring plans; formulate indicators and logic models

§ Design and maintain quantitative and qualitative data collection tools; supervise data collection

§ Assess proposals, create terms of references for, provide technical oversight to, and review deliverables from external evaluation consultants

§ Guide ‘lessons learned’ workshops with program teams where monitoring results are collated and potential changes to program design, implementation, and M&E are discussed

§ Manage and analyze all monitoring and evaluation data, including both qualitative and quantitative data

§ Identify key findings for accountability and learning

§ Coordinate and conduct literature and database reviews to stay up-to-date with new and relevant research; manage internal database of relevant research

§ Compose briefs, presentations, and research papers to disseminate M&E findings to external stakeholders

§ Support the development of communication materials, grant applications, and funder reports by providing clearly articulated M&E findings and predictions, including cost-effectiveness calculations

§ Assess M&E training needs; develop and conduct relevant training for internal staff and external partners and volunteers

§ Liaise with M&E-relevant stakeholders to build partnerships and create knowledge-sharing opportunities


§ Minimum of 3 to 5 year experience in the development, implementation, and coordination of monitoring and evaluation or research; experience in road safety, public health and/or mass media behavior change programming is an asset.

§ Master’s degree in monitoring and evaluation, public health, epidemiology, education, behavioral or social science, or other relevant field with a specific focus on research methods is preferable.

§ Ability to work highly independently within a multicultural and interdisciplinary team.

§ Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint as well as qualitative and quantitative data analysis software; proficiency in database management software is desirable.

§ Fluent in English speaking and writing; proficiency in Vietnamese or in a language spoken in an AIP Foundation-targeted country in the region (Cambodia, Thailand, China) is a highly distinctive asset.

§ Willingness to travel regularly within Vietnam and the Southeast Asia region.

How to apply:


§ Please submit resume and cover letter in one PDF file to

§ All applications will be carefully vetted including working history and background checks.

§ We thank all applicants but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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