An opportunity has arisen for a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Officer (maternity cover) to join the Development Programmes Unit (DPU). As MEL Officer, you will support the implementation of the South Asia WASH Results Programme (SAWRP), which will involve SAWRP reporting, monitoring, verification and evaluation. You will support partners to plan for, document, report and achieve programme monitoring, verification and evaluation standards, and you will identify, capture and share learning. As part of your role, you will also support MEL activities for other large and complex grants and contracts in the DPU as needed. Plan International UK are currently leading the adaptation of the SAWRP programme due to Covid-19 with a final evaluation scheduled for January/February 2021.
Experience you will need includes:
Strong quantitative and qualitative data processing and analysis skills
Demonstrated ability to design learning processes and standards for teams and large consortium
Collating and analysing monitoring and evaluation data from multiple sources to prepare succinct reports tailored for the needs of diverse audiences
Supporting the design and delivery of training
Experience of using participatory monitoring and evaluation methodologies, ideally with children and young people
Experience of living and working in developing countries for international or local civil society organisations would be advantageous.
A Basic DBS check will be required, as the role involves visiting Plan projects (when travel is allowed).
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Plan International UK is committed to being an inclusive employer and we welcome applications from a diverse range of candidates, so that our workforce can be a good reflection of the world we live in and the children and communities we work with.
The deadline for applications is 9:00 am on Monday 2 November 2020.
Due to the nature of our work we follow rigorous safeguarding policies and procedures in our recruitment process. As a result, this role is subject to a Basic Disclosure check. A criminal record will not necessarily bar you from joining us as an employee; this will depend on the circumstances of any offences.