The Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre (“the Modern Slavery PEC”) is looking to recruit an experienced, organised and motivated Monitoring and Evaluation Manager to join our growing team.
The Modern Slavery PEC was created by the investment of public funding to enhance understanding of modern slavery and transform the effectiveness of law and policies designed to overcome it. Co-creating, conducting and commissioning high quality research is at the heart of the Centre’s work and we aim to bring together academics, policymakers, parliamentarians, businesses, civil society, survivors and the public on a scale not seen before in the UK to collaborate on solving this global challenge.
The Centre is a consortium of six organisations (four universities and two Independent Research Organisations) led by the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law (part of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL)) and is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) on behalf of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
The Monitoring and Evaluation Manager will lead on the delivery of the Modern Slavery PEC’s monitoring and evaluation activity. This will include designing and delivering robust processes, data collection and analysis to measure, monitor and report on the impact of our work across all strands of our work.
You will have demonstrable experience in leading on monitoring and evaluation activity at an organisational level, as well as a knowledge of the Theory of Change approach, logical frameworks, performance measurement frameworks and other key monitoring and evaluation methodologies. You will have a proactive and collaborative approach, strong analytical skills and be comfortable designing and implementing data collection and presentation tools. You will have excellent organisational skills to manage complex projects concurrently and produce high-quality outputs at pace.
We will support remote working throughout the pandemic. Once lockdowns are fully eased, we would expect the successful candidate to come to the office - located in Russell Square, London - for a minimum of two days per week – and we would expect there to be additional travel where necessary to support the aims of the role and the Modern Slavery PEC.
The Modern Slavery PEC is committed to being inclusive and diverse and particularly encourages applications from women, people with disabilities, BAME applicants, LGBT+ applicants and other minorities. The PEC is committed to ensuring that the voice of people with lived experience of modern slavery informs research and policy and we encourage applications from those who have been directly affected by modern slavery. In the spirit of our values, we commit to offer a fair and equitable recruitment process for all applicants.
Full details, including the job description, person specification and how to apply are available in the Job Description below.
Application deadline: 23:59 on 7 March 2021.