Lebanon - Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning and Accountability Coordinator

  • Added Date: Tuesday, 10 January 2017
  • Deadline Date: Tuesday, 28 February 2017

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Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political and non-religious international aid organization. Our teams are committed to supporting civilians’ victims of marginalization and exclusion, or hit by natural disasters, wars and economic collapses, by answering their fundamental needs. Our aim is to provide emergency relief to uprooted people in order to help them recover their dignity and regain self-sufficiency. The association leads in average 190 projects by year in the following sectors of intervention: food security, health, nutrition, construction and rehabilitation of infrastructures, water, sanitation, hygiene and economic recovery. PUI is providing assistance to around 5 million people in 20 countries – in Africa, Asia, Middle East, Eastern Europe and France.

Find out about our history and values

Humanitarian situation and needs

Since the outbreak of the Syrian crisis in April 2011, according to UN estimations, 6.6 million people have been internally displaced, while 4.8 million refugees have been registered in the neighboring countries as of June 2016. Lebanon is the second host country for Syrian refugees with over 1.049 million refugees registered as of March 2016 for an overall population of less than 4.5 million (representing more than 23% of the population). Prior to this crisis, Lebanon was already hosting half a million Palestinian refugees; the pressure on the Lebanese government and local population is very high.

In April 2015, the United Nations Security Council declared that the international community has to help Lebanon in its efforts to host more than 1 million refugees from neighboring Syria. Since the beginning of March 2015, the government of Lebanon, through the General Security Directorate, is enforcing entry regularization among refugees entering from Syria. The Lebanese government has also asked the UNHCR to temporary stop the registration process, hence new refugees and new born babies cannot be registered anymore and refugees that arrived after the 5th of January 2015 have been deregistered (around 11,319 individuals).

While Palestinian refugees are settled in camps, there are no official camps for Syrian refugees in Lebanon. On a case by case basis, the government may authorize the establishment of formal tented settlements (FTS). However, Syrian refugees are mainly settled in small shelter units (SSU), collective shelters (CS) or informal settlements (IS). The spillover of the Syrian crisis into Lebanon compounded pre-existing vulnerabilities among the Lebanese society. Refugee populations have in many cases settled in areas inhabited by impoverished and vulnerable Lebanese communities further stretching limited or non-existent sources of income and public services at the local level. This situation will place an increased economic strain on the families, and in addition to the expected decrease in basic assistance due to low funding levels, an escalation in negative coping mechanisms (such as begging, child labor, child marriages, sexual services for food/accommodation, petty crime, etc.) might be witnessed.

Our action in the field

Since 2012, PUI has been actively involved in the Lebanon emergency response to the Syrian crisis with presence in the North (Akkar), Mount Lebanon and South (Saida) of Lebanon.

In 2016/2017, PUI´s strategy in the country is based on two programmatic axes:

  • Humanitarian Assistance Program: to provide a protection-based humanitarian assistance and services for the most vulnerable refugees and host communities affected by the Syrian crisis;
  • Resilience Program: to reinforce the self-resilience and resilience of the affected communities through the development and strengthening of community-based structures.

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As part of our activities in Lebanon, we are looking for a Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning and Accountability Coordinator.

The Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Coordinator is responsible for guiding the overall MEAL strategy and implementation or related activities within projects while providing timely and relevant information to stakeholders. The MEAL coordinator will support PUI’s operational and technical staff in ensuring the accountability of PUI’s programme in Lebanon by developing the appropriate MEAL strategies and protocols for each project/specific technical sector. He/she will provide technical MEAL guidance and leadership at all level of the Country Program, by leading efforts to document progress, effectiveness and impact of PUI´s intervention in the country. The MEAL Coordinator will ensure the use of technically appropriate needs assessment, monitoring and evaluation methods, contributing therefore to improve the quality and effectiveness of PUI humanitarian action.

Under the supervision of the Deputy Head of Mission for Programmes, and in cooperation with technical coordinators and MEAL staff in the operational bases, the MEAL Coordinator will:

  1. Lead the development and the roll-out of a sound and adapted-to-context MEAL strategy and operational guidance, on the base of the existent tools in the mission and the lessons learnt within the country and the region;
  2. Ensure the quality of the logical framework and MEAL approaches within new sectors, programmes and projects and support reporting;
  3. Ensure the development and implementation of MEAL plans for each sector, programmes and projects, provide specific technical support for the conduction of assessments, surveys and ad-hoc data collection and analyses all through the project and programme cycle management;
  4. Sensitise and build the capacity of staff for an enhanced transparency, accountability and learning mind set in the mission and in the framework of a continuous capitalisation and learning approach.

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Training and Experiences


  • Bachelor’s or Master degree in a field related to Project Management, international development and/or social sciences



  • Minimum of 3 years experience in Project Management in an emergency and unsecured context



  • Familiarity with principles and current approaches to monitoring and evaluation in relief and development programs, using both quantitative and qualitative methods

Knowledge and skills:

  • Strong experience in donor requirements and expectations, particularly ECHO, UE, UNICEF, UNHCR, AFD and BPRM
  • Demonstrated ability to transfer knowledge to diverse audiences through training and mentoring


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Required Personnal Characteristics:

  • Capacity to delegate and to supervise the work of a multidisciplinary team;
  • Demonstrated experience in monitoring and evaluation design, applied survey and research;
  • Proven capacity for analyzing and synthetizing comprehensive information and technical data;
  • Ability to write and edit reports under deadline pressure;
  • Ability to guarantee effective and timely outputs;
  • Good communications kills for public presentations;
  • Ability to work on own initiative and collaboratively as part of a diverse team and manage a varied workload;
  • Self-motivated, flexible and adaptable to the needs of the team and organization
  • Strong commitment to support/develop capacity of national staff and developing second layer of leadership;
  • Proven management ability and inter-personal skills;
  • Problem solving and leadership skills.


  • Required: French and English

  • Desirable: Arabic

Proposed Terms

  • Employed with a Fixed-Term Contract – 6 months

  • Starting date: February 2017Salaire / Indemnité

  • Monthly gross income: from 2 200 up to 2 530 Euros depending on the experience in International Solidarity + 50 Euros per semester seniority with PUI

  • Cost covered: Round-trip transportation to and from home / mission, visas, vaccines…

  • Insurance : including medical coverage and complementary healthcare, 24/24 assistance and repatriation

  • Housing :in collective accommodation

  • Daily living Expenses (« Per diem »)

  • Break Policy : 5 working days at 3 and 9 months + break allowance

  • Paid Leaves Policy : 5 weeks of paid leaves per year + return ticket every 6 months

To know more about our job offer, look at the complete job description on our website!

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