Location: Haywards Heath
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing Date: 08 November 2020
Salary: £40,000 – £47,000
Specific Hours: Flexible working arrangements may be considered
Sightsavers has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Manager to join the Disability Inclusive Development Fund Management Team (DID FMT)
Location: Haywards Heath, UK (flexible locations and working arrangements within the UK may be considered)
This is a key role in a proactive and motivated fund management team. The Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Manager will support the Associate Programme Director in the strategic direction of the DID Programme’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) strategy. They will be responsible for its technical direction, implementation and continuous improvement as well as the delivery of quality quarterly and annual reporting to FCDO.
The Monitoring Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager will lead a team of two Officers and a network of 11 technical MEL consortium partner representatives. They will direct the MEL team to that monitor, manage and support projects to progress and adhere to DID MEL requirements and processes throughout the project life cycle. They will work with the MEL Network to ensure the project M&E frameworks align to the MEL strategy and support achievement against the programme M&E results framework, theory of change and the DID business case.
The Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Manager will further develop and implement DID’s adaptive management approach that guides its oversight and reporting system of over 20 active projects.
This is a really involved role with a detailed job description, the post holder will work in close collaboration with the Associate Director on partnership, contract and risk management and developing MEL for inclusive programming as applicable and is expected to travel up to 10 weeks per year.
The Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Manager will
We are looking for an experienced, creative, insightful and proactive individual to provide strategic and technical MEL support and guidance. You will have:
The ideal candidate will be educated to at least degree level in a relevant field (international development/ relations, public health, education, gender studies, human geography or policy) and ideally to Master’s degree level with a strong grasp of disability inclusion.
Closing date: 8 November 2020
We anticipate that remote interviews will take place on 17, 18 and 19 November 2020 and are keen to make a recruitment decision soon after this.