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Job description


Programme Manager


Woolgate Exchange, 25 Basinghall Street, London EC2V 5HA


36.25 per week Monday to Friday

General Description:

We are looking for a dynamic and innovative programme manager to coordinate the EAP and CoST monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) frameworks. You will be the focal point for capturing and analysing information from CoST member programmes and sharing the impact and the lessons across the organisation. It will also include coordinating a UNDP funded programme in South East Asia that aims to grow CoST in the region. The appointee will also support CoST members and EAP partners to develop MEL frameworks that capture the effectiveness and outcomes from their programmes. Finally, they will also provide support to the Royal Academy of Engineering’s ‘Africa Catalyst’ programme, that, with EAP aims to build engineering capacity in three countries.

Reports to

Head of CoST Member and Affiliates

Key responsibilities and tasks:

To coordinate the CoST monitoring, evaluation and learning framework: (45%)

·Work with the Head of Programmes to establish, coordinate and maintain reliable cross-organisational monitoring, reporting and learning systems and approaches for CoST.

·Monitor the effectiveness and outcomes from CoST member and affiliate programmes.

·Work with the Senior Finance and Office Manager to publish financial and progress information from CoST in line with the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) reporting requirements.

·Coordinate peer learning and sharing of good practice between CoST members with the regional and technical team.

·Support CoST members to submit financial and progress reports to agreed standards and on time.

·Ensure accurate data is collected and sent in.

·Analyse the data to help record outcomes and impact of CoST and share with colleagues.

·Build the capacity of CoST members to capture data and monitor the effectiveness of their programmes.

To coordinate the EAP monitoring, evaluation and learning framework: (20%)

·Work with the EAP Programme Director to establish, coordinate and maintain reliable cross-organisational monitoring, evaluation and learning systems and approaches for EAP.

·Coordinate the capturing of information from EAP staff to allow for monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness and outcomes from EAP programmes.

·Provide reports and presentations for EAP Senior Management and the Board of Trustees on the results captured from the MEL framework.

·Build the capacity of EAP partners from the Africa Catalyst programme to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of their programmes.

Coordinate the competitive application process for CoST grant funding to member programmes (15%):

·Coordinate the competitive application process for CoST grant funding and the subsequent allocation and disbursement of grants to member programmes.

·Coordinate the administration of grant agreements with member programmes.

Support the implementation of regional CoST programmes (25%):

·Work with the relevant regional manager to ensure that the agreed deliverables are on track.

·Provide support to deliver the agreed outputs.

·Draft quarterly progress and financial reports for the relevant donor.


At least 3 years’ experience in:

·Monitoring, evaluation, reporting and learning frameworks

·Successfully influencing stakeholders and colleagues at all levels.

·Successfully managing programmes and projects, involving multiple stakeholders.

·Preparing progress and financial reports.

Essential Attributes:

A degree (minimum) in international development,  the built environment or a related subject.

Ability to coordinate monitoring, evaluation, reporting and learning frameworks.

Highly motivated, with excellent organisational skills to prioritise and plan work effectively, and to meet deadlines and budgets.

Ability to develop and manage budgets.

Strong conceptual and analytical skills and an ability to think strategically and creatively.

Excellent oral and written communication skills.

Excellent attention to detail.

Commitment to EAP’s Mission, Vision and Values.

Ability to travel overseas to often challenging environments.

Legally able to work in the UK

Key relationships:

EAP Executive Director

EAP Programme Director

Head of CoST Member & Affiliate Programmes

EAP Senior Policy and Research Advisers

EAP Policy and Research Adviser

EAP Senior Communications Manager

EAP Senior Finance and Office Manager

CoST Board of Trustees

EAP Board of Trustees

CoST Regional Managers and Technical Advisers

Strategic Partners




Delegated budget / financial authority – £0

Number of staff directly line managed – 0

Number of consultants managed on average – 0

Authority level for purchase of resources, materials or services - £0

How to apply

Please email a CV and 1 page covering letter to Evelyn Hernandez, CoST Head of Members and Affiliates

Closing date for applications

Friday 4th October 2019

Interview date

Week commencing 14th October 2019

Contact information

Please contact John Hawkins CoST Head of Programmes for further information at

[email protected]

To apply please use the link provided

EAP is an equal opportunities employer

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Refreshed on: 23 September 2019
Closing date: 04 October 2019
Tags: Intl Development,Project Management
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