In this role as the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist you will contribute to the success of the M&E strengthening Project by working with and supporting Country Offices to adopt and implement the new M&E approach, frameworks and system to ensure transparency and accountability to all our stakeholders and that we, as an organisation, are able to capture, store, analyse and report on our progress in a consistent and coherent way.
You will contribute to enhancing capacity in our offices to apply the above approach, principles & standards and system in order to generate and act on evidence to inform our programmes and influence and learn.
In order to succeed in this challenging and varied role, you will need:
- Expert knowledge on monitoring and evaluation of development work, across a wide range of technical areas.
- Significant experience and a strong understanding of processes, approaches, tools and methodologies that facilitate M&E, and organizational learning, that is up to date with best practices in the sector.
- Strong understanding of the realities of NGO programme management and limitations that impact programme monitoring, evaluation and learning.
- Understanding of different approaches to assessing and reporting NGO programming results, across a wide variety of contexts.
- Significant experience of capacity building and upskilling of field staff and M&E staff
- Fluent in English. Capacity in one of the following: French, Portuguese, Arabic and/or Spanish will be an advantage.
For a detailed job description, please see: https://www.dropbox.com/s/96u0pa84sqnjmnu/Monitoring%20and%20Evaluation%20Specialist_JD_MENA.docx?dl=0
Location: Flexible. Preferably Middle East Region countires where Plan International currently has a legal entity and you have the pre-exsisting righ to work will be considered. Employment will be as per local terms and conditions. These locations include: Jordon, Egypt, Lebanon
Type of Role: Fixed Term Contract until June 2020
Reports to: Global Head of Monitoring and Evaluation
Salary: Highly Competitive
Closing date: 7 July 2019.
Please note applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis.