Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Manager

Recruiter
Sightsavers
Location
Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH16 3BW
Salary
£42,000 - £45,000
Posted
22 Oct 2019
Closes
03 Nov 2019
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

Sightsavers has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Manager to join the Inclusion Works programme management team.

This is a key role in a proactive and motivated team, leading the delivery and oversight of programmatic MEL frameworks and methodologies for the Inclusion Works programme, focusing on improved livelihoods and the economic empowerment of people with disabilities https://www.sightsavers.org/programmes/inclusion-works/

Salary: £42,000 – £45,000 per annum

Reporting to the Project Manager, the Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Manager will be expected to work in close collaboration with the Inclusion Works Programme Management Team and wider consortium colleagues, providing monitoring and evaluation expertise for the project which spans nations in Africa & Asia.

The Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Manager will lead on:

  • Programme implementation
  • Monitoring and assurance
  • Strengthening MEL practice in disability inclusive programming
  • Providing technical support to programme partners on their monitoring practice during project implementation.

About you:

We are looking for an experienced, creative, insightful and proactive individual to provide strategic and technical MEL support and guidance. You will have:

  • sound experience of project monitoring
  • a thorough understanding of all aspects of a project life cycle.
  • demonstrable knowledge of analysing performance data and producing clear and concise reports with key recommendations
  • a strong working knowledge of monitoring & evaluations.
  • strong written and communications skills
  • the ability to network with multiple stakeholders where you will also be expected to captivate a wide range of audiences.
  • experience of working within an international development sector role

The ideal candidate will be educated to Master’s degree level in a relevant field and a degree in international development/ relations, public health, education, gender studies, human geography or policy would be beneficial together with a strong grasp of inclusion.

A willingness to travel up to 14 weeks per year on various trips globally is essential.

We anticipate that interviews will take place on 14 and 15 November 2019 at our offices in Haywards Heath, West Sussex.

 

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