University of Zimbabwe
MANAGER, MONITORING AND EVALUATION
Reporting to the Vice Chancellor, the Monitoring and Evaluation Manager will be
responsible for developing and implementing the University of Zimbabwe’s Integrated
Results Based Management (IRBM) Framework for effective implementation of the
University’s Heritage-based Education 5.0 projects and programmes. This is a senior
management position which requires a competent individual who provides technical and
strategic leadership for project/programme monitoring and evaluation by ensuring that
activities/actions are well planned and implemented to meet set targets and deliverables.
The Monitoring and Evaluation Manager will be responsible for:
a) Providing leadership for the University’s Monitoring and Evaluation Unit;
b) Monitoring and implementation of the University’s Integrated Results Based
Framework by all Faculties, Departments, Institutes and Centres in line with the
institution’s Education 5.0 – inspired Strategic Plan;
c) Training University staff and partners in Results-Based planning, budgeting and
monitoring of diverse projects and programmes;
d) Developing, testing and producing monitoring and evaluation instructional and
e) Producing project and programme monitoring and evaluating reports;
f) Developing and publishing the University’s Compliance Reports for projects and
g) Ensuring compliance, integration, and alignment of the University’s programmes
with national priorities as well as relevant global goals; and
h) Performing any other duties as assigned by the Vice Chancellor.
Desired Qualifications and Essentials
i. At least a Master’s Degree in Monitoring and Evaluation or equivalent in a relevant
ii. Demonstrable practical experience in monitoring and evaluation and use of the
Integrated Results Based Management approach.
iii. Sound knowledge of Zimbabwe’s higher education system in the context of
Heritage-based Education 5.0.
iv. Track record of professional integrity, sound leadership skills, resourcefulness and
ability to work with minimal supervision
v. Good communication skills
Applicants must submit six (6) copies of applications, including a curriculum vitae, giving
full personal particulars which should include full names, place and date of birth; certified
copies of national identification, birth certificate, proof of qualifications, employment and
experience, current salary, date of availability, telephone number and names and
addresses of three (3) referees. Applications should be addressed to:
The Deputy Registrar
Department of Human Resources
University of Zimbabwe
P O Box MP167
Or hand delivered to University of Zimbabwe, Administration Block Room 113.
The closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 27 January 2023.