Pact is recruiting a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for the GAC-funded project Women of Ukraine: heard, capable, resilient
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Pact is recruiting a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for the GAC-funded project Women of Ukraine: heard, capable, resilient. The project goal is increased enjoyment of human rights by women and girls and the advancement of gender equality in Ukraine.
The M&E Officer is responsible for maintaining project Monitoring and Evaluation systems and supporting Monitoring and Evaluation activities carried out by project partners and by project staff.
- Support project-level monitoring of activities through the maintenance of internal electronic and paper-based recording systems and providing necessary data for program reports and deliverables.
- Review, update and maintain program data collection tools, both electronic and paper-based.
- Facilitate data collection, collation and timely reporting by the Project’s partners and staff.
- Aggregate and analyze partner reports. Support partners in developing and maintaining internal data collection tools and procedures.
- Conduct data analysis for internal and external reporting. Provide training and technical assistance to partners and staff on data collection and reporting, as necessary.
- Prepare reporting documents.
- Contribute to the implementation of project activities, namely Community of Practice meetings related to data collection and use for decision making, advocacy and programming.
- Coordinate and provide technical support to the Technical Working Group on the development of the online portal on gender equality strategic information.
- Perform other duties, as assigned.
- Bachelor or Master’s degree in Sociology or other social sciences.
- Experience in Monitoring and Evaluation with a focus on data collection and analysis.
- Experience in designing and implementing data monitoring and reporting systems.
- Experience in conducting research.
- Familiarity with Results Based Management.
- Awareness and sensitivity regarding gender issues.
- Understanding of women’s rights and gender equality.
- Experience working with women’s organizations and networks and feminist movements is a plus.
- Well-developed written and oral communication skills in English and Ukrainian.
- Ability to work independently and manage high volume of workflow.
- Pro-active, intuitive, fast-thinker, team player.
To apply please send cover letter and CV to email@example.com no later than June 23, 2021. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.