Scope of Work
Position: Information and Reporting Officer
Reports To: Information and Reporting Manager (IRM)
The Libya Transition Initiative (LTI) launched in June 2011 to support Libyan efforts to build an inclusive and accountable democratic government that reflects the will and needs of the Libyan people. Funded by United States Agency for International Development and implemented through Chemonics International, LTI partners with civil society organizations, local media outlets, and interim governing authorities to promote inclusive and effective transitional political processes; reinforce national reconciliation and identity; and promote government legitimacy and address grievances.
The Information and Reporting Officer (IRO) will need to exert an important degree of independent judgment and initiative and be expected to collaborate and coordinate with all members of the team. S/he will play a key role in the information capturing and reporting of program activities. The Information and Reporting Officer will report directly to the IRM.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities
· Review photos and other multimedia received from partners and LTI staff for use in reports.
· Utilize the information in the database and information from monitoring and evaluation reports in the field to compile appropriate reporting on program status and impact, including success stories, snapshots, press releases, weekly reports, quarterly reports, annual reports, and ad hoc reports on how the program responds to particular issues per direction and supervision per the IRM.
· Assist IRM as directed in preparation of weekly, quarterly and annual reports.
· Work with PDOs and M&E on final evaluation reports.
· Provide guidance and support to grantees on how to write reports and provide feedback if necessary.
· Conduct periodic site visits and attend grantee events and activities as necessary.
· Coordinate with the Database/IT manager in ensuring that information in the database is accurate and up to date.
· Review and update of Activity Notes to ensure results and impact data are captured as required.
· Contribute to, draft and/or edit 1-page Snapshots and/or Success Stories on specific grant activities (approximately two-three per month).
· Maintain, and possibly develop, clusters in the database based upon the needs of the activities and project while making necessary recommendations to the IRM and OTI.
· Assist and/or work with local media under the technical director of the Media Advisor/RPM to improve program communications and amplify impact on TAP activities.
· Prior Work Experience: At least two to five years of demonstrated experience in the analysis and reporting on program impact and implementation is highly desirable.
· Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, to prioritize multiple work assignments in an extremely fast-paced environment, to meet deadlines, and to exercise good, professional judgment that communicates the established message of the LTI program.