The Right to Protection, CF (R2P) is a charitable fund that strives for Ukraine to become a country where refugees, stateless, non-citizens and displaced persons enjoy dignity and protection.
Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will report to the R2P Deputy Director, and work in close cooperation with the development, programming, communication, and advocacy units and with support from the finance/administration unit.
Take on responsibility for the development, adoption and implementation of the Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) system in R2P's programmes: monitoring progress against targets through logframes, developing performance tracking tools, implementing evaluation action plans and assisting in incorporating lessons learnt into projects.
Ensure that operations and project staff understand the various steps and tools for the MEAL system and that this is used consistently across projects.
Build capacity of organization’s staff to plan and conduct quality monitoring of programme activities, measured against international standards and using participatory, inclusive and vulnerability-sensitive methodologies.
Develop methodologies and provide technical support and lead as required in all other aspects of MEAL at the field level, for example: surveys, assessments, mapping exercises, data management, baselines, evaluations, joint projects reviews / lessons learning workshops/events.
Assist project managers in reviewing project progress to support the projects’ implementation and planning.
Act as a technical lead in the projects’ development providing results, indicators and baseline data for logframes, creating M&E plans and indicators tracking tools;
Conduct field monitoring and evaluation to ensure quality project activities and develop propositions for improvement.
Undertake additional work, special tasks and research upon request of the Deputy Director.
Reporting & Accountability
Produce high quality and timely reports in line with the R2P guidelines and donors’ requirements within agreed deadlines;
Comply with all relevant R2P policies and procedures, particularly with the code of conduct and the Accountability to Affected Population Policy.
Minimum 2 years of professional experience;
Minimum 1 year of progressive professional experience in M&E;
Experience of working in humanitarian and development programmes is an advantage;
Experience in training and capacity building; strong presentation skills;
Strong interpersonal and communication skills;
Ability to meet deadlines, attention to details;
A high level of written and spoken English and fluency in Ukrainian and Russian.
R2P will offer the successful applicant:
A contract till December 31, 2021, renewable dependent on performance;
Opportunity to work with one of the strongest Ukrainian human rights and humanitarian NGOs;
Fun and energetic team;
Respect for work/life balance.
Send a resume to [email protected] with the title ‘Monitoring and Evaluation Officer’. Responses will be sent only to those individuals who were selected for the interview. No phone calls, please.