United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist Fixed Term Contract
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Organization: Plan UK
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Closing date: 08 Oct 2015
The role of the Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist is to support and ensure effective monitoring, verification and evaluation of two of Plan UK’s biggest programmes.
The DFID funded South Asia Water Sanitation and Hygiene Results programme (SAWRP) is a high value, consortium partnership implemented in Pakistan and Bangladesh under a DFID Payment by Result contract. SAWRP aims to promote and enable the sustained use of household toilets and the practice of hand-washing with soap for poor and vulnerable women, children and men. The post holder will be responsible for the overall coordination of monitoring, evaluation and learning processes under SAWRP, liaising closely with consortium partners and in-country coordination functions to ensure the monitoring, verification and learning strategy is effectively implemented and generates quality and reliable data to support management decision making and learning.
The Girls Education Challenge (GEC) fund is a large consortium programme also funded by DFID. The programme seeks to improve life chances for marginalised girls in Sierra Leone through increasing access and retention in Junior Secondary School, including support for children with disabilities. The project will strengthen girls’ learning and ensure that girls are learning in an inclusive environment, are protected from harm and that girls participate in decision-making concerning their education. With Plan UK leading the consortium the post holder will work closely with the in-country team to monitor and advise on data collection methods and lead data analysis with partners to ensure programme outcomes are met.
The successful candidate will have experience of developing and implementing monitoring, evaluation and learning frameworks and systems. You will also have experience of participating in monitoring processes, gained at least in part in a developing country setting. With exceptional quantitative and qualitative data processing and analysis skills, including adapting/developing monitoring tools and surveys. Knowledge and management of statistical software packages such as SPSS, Stata and/ or CSPRO and experience in data entry and analysis is essential.
The deadline for applications is mid-night on 08 October 2015.
Interviews will take place on 16 October 2015.
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