Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Coordinator
Women’s Right to Sustainable Livelihoods 2 Project
Fixed Term Contract, until December 2020
Johannesburg, Nairobi, London
AAI Grade C – Competitive Local salary, benefits and terms and conditions of employment will apply
Experienced in designing monitoring, evaluation and learning systems, tools and processes in an international development / humanitarian environment you are now looking for a new challenge where your work will make a positive difference.
This Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Coordinator position with ActionAid International is just the role you are looking for.
The Women’s Right to Sustainable Livelihoods 2 project is a five year multi-country project funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The project aims to increase the income of 21,000 women in Ghana, Rwanda, Bangladesh and Pakistan and their ability to control their income, through practicing Climate Resilient Sustainable Agriculture, accessing markets and reducing, recognising and redistributing Unpaid Care Work.
As MEL Coordinator, your challenge will be to finalise and implement a monitoring, evaluation and learning framework for the project in line with the project’s logframe. We will look to you to help colleagues embed MEL systems and processes in their work as well as gather evidence, encourage best practice and share learning to improve effectiveness. You will coordinate evaluation activities, data collection and stakeholder reporting. You will also build the capacity of teams by providing technical training, coaching and support.
Educated to degree level you must be experienced in designing monitoring, evaluation and learning systems, tools and processes in an international development / humanitarian environment. You will have provided technical leadership on MEL projects and have excellent project management skills covering analysis, planning, and delivery. You will be able to train and have knowledge of different evaluation methodologies as well as a commitment to promoting women’s rights. You must also be able to operate across functions and have excellent communication and negotiation skills.
If you have the skills and passion to make a difference please visit our website for further information: www.actionaid.org/jobs
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