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ChildFund-Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager (ReAdvertised)

Data Publika: 11/09/2019
  • Fatin: Colmera, Dili, Timor-Leste

Schedule A: position description


 


 


Position Title:                                    Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager (ReAdvertised)


Department:                                      Program


Location:                                             ChildFund Timor-Leste


Reports to:                                         ChildFund Timor – Leste Program Manager


Employment status:                       Full-time, initial two year fixed-term. This is a national role with possibility for extension for one more year dependent on funding availability and performance.


 


 


ORGANISATIONAL CONTEXT 


ChildFund Timor-Leste is the representative office of ChildFund Australia – an independent international development organisation that works to reduce poverty for children in developing communities.


ChildFund Australia is a member of the ChildFund Alliance – a global network of 11 organisations which assists more than 14 million children and their families in over 60 countries. ChildFund Australia is a registered charity, a member of the Australian Council for International Development, and fully accredited by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade which manages the Australian Government’s overseas aid program.


 


ChildFund began work in Timor-Leste in 1990, originally under the management of ChildFund International. Since October 2017 it has operated as an office of ChildFund Australia, and continues to work in partnership with children, their communities and local institutions to create lasting change, respond to humanitarian emergencies and promote children’s rights.


With a focus on maternal and child health, early childhood development, school readiness, youth empowerment and protection, and child rights, ChildFund Timor-Leste aims to demonstrate effectiveness and accountability in its program activities and add value to the efforts of its partners through quality programs that are respectful, responsive, and  relevant in helping children in poverty, their families, and communities. ChildFund Timor-Leste is working with rural communities to build a new, stable and prosperous future for what is one of the world’s youngest nations.


 


PURPOSE OF THE POSITION


As the MEL Manager you ensure ChildFund Timor-Leste’s programs operate under the organization’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Framework to a high standard and in a timely manner. Fundamentally this entails building the capacity of program staff to understand, and apply, the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Framework. You work closely with the Program Manager and support all in-country departments. You will be part of the broader ChildFund Australia offices MEL team in 6 different countries and strongly collaborate with the MEL team in the ChildFund Australia office in Sydney.


 


KEY DUTIES



  • Implement our Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Framework based on the programming model in country including creating and setting up supporting systems

  • Develop timely and high quality survey reports and statement of impact and contribute to reviews and planning

  • Compile qualitative case studies and facilitate reflection sessions

  • Support program staff in all stages of the project cycle including development of case studies

  • Support MEL capacity building of partners (including community members) and staff, facilitate discussions to analyse and reflect on their practice on basis of MEL data and surveys

  • Develop MEL work plans in consultation with Program Manager for dissemination to all senior management team members

  • Maintain in-country records of MEL activities and develop benchmarks (e.g. for Evaluation reports) and reference (aggregated Outputs data and Case Studies)

  • Provide advice, materials and/or training on development effectiveness to staff

  • Participate in regular MEL team meetings with other countries, contribute to ongoing, critical analysis of ChildFund practice at country and whole of agency level (including research activities)

  • Maintain contact with other NGOs to ensure mutual awareness of activities and projects; and network with government officials and other agencies on relevant issues.


QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE



  • Tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline; postgraduate qualifications in M&E and/or international development studies would be an advantage

  • 5 years’ experience at project/program monitoring and evaluation level in an INGO involved in community development activities

  • Minimum of 3-year experience in monitoring, evaluation and quantitative and qualitative data gathering and analysis, including establishing M&E systems

  • Sound project management and implementation skills

  • Experience in adult education and/or training, designing and conducting workshops and trainings

  • Significant experience in writing high quality reports and providing presentations

  • Proficiency with relevant computer software (e.g. Excel, SPSS, EPI Info)

  • Proficiency in written and spoken English.


 


HOW TO APPLY


Please submit a cover letter and CV in English, and 3 traceable referees with contact details by email to fsantos@childfund.org.au or by hand delivery at ChildFund Timor-Leste, Rua do Loriko Colmera Dili,  Application closes September 26, 2019.


 


ChildFund is an equal opportunities employer and has a strict Child Safeguarding Policy and background checks will be undertaken prior to any offer of employment.


We encourage qualified Women to apply.


Thanks and Best regards


 

Deadline

Data 2019-09-26

Edukasaun

Level Edukasaun Masteradu

Lingua

English Yes
Portuguesa Yes
Tetum Yes

Tinan Esperiensia

Tinan 5

Area Espesialidade

Data Research Yes
Teaching Yes
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