Project Executive – Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (Ireland/UK)
We are seeking a Project Executive to support our current Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Division portfolio. This includes strategic evaluations for the World Food Programme, UNICEF, the EU and other donors and multilateral organisations. We also deliver long-term technical support contracts, which provide services ranging from methodological and capacity building support on evaluation practice to external, third-party monitoring of donor portfolios. .
In this busy and varied role, the Project Executive will be involved in both project management and business development, with a primary focus on the areas of third-party monitoring, ICT and emerging technologies for monitoring, support to M&E systems and data collection for strategic purposes. As a secondary focus, the role will include preparation of technical and financial proposals and management of contracts in the broader areas of monitoring and evaluation. Our MEL contracts require both desk and field-based activities. We work in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese
Some examples of our current MEL portfolio include the Results Oriented Monitoring (ROM) of the EU’s portfolio in Asia and Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Evaluation of UNICEF´s L3 Response in Ukraine, the Evaluation of the EU’s cooperation with South Sudan and the evaluation of the WFP Country Strategic Plan for Mali.
The position will be based either in Ireland (Blackrock, Dublin) or the UK (Trowbridge, Wiltshire). In the UK, there is also the option to work at our Bristol office. We operate a hybrid work from home / office culture but in a new role and with an enhanced team we would expect the candidate to have considerable day-to-day in person contract with the Division team. Limited overseas travel will be required as part of the job.
To view the job description please visit our website. If you’re interested in applying, please submit your CV and write a short covering letter explaining why you wish to be considered for this position. Please also state when you may be able to start the role, and whether you have the right to work in the UK, Ireland or both countries. The deadline for applications is 31 January 2024. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis.
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A competitive salary – commensurate with experience.