Vacancy: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager
VACANCY AVAILABLE LOCATED AT SPW TANZANIA HEAD OFFICE IN IRINGA:
MANAGER: MONITORING, EVALUATION AND LEARNING
Salary: GBP 10-12K per annum
This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and committed individual with experience working on international development programmes to gain management-level experience in an overseas posting.
The MEL Manager reports to the Senior Manager for Programmes Impact and is responsible for overseeing Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning functions across the organisation, as well as being a member of the SPW Tanzania Management Team.
The post’s focus includes:
Development of MEL frameworks, systems and tools;
Overseeing implementation of MEL within the organisation
Writing internal evaluation reports and ensuring their dissemination both internally and externally
Building capacity for MEL among staff and volunteers.
The successful candidate will have experience of working on programmatic monitoring and evaluation ideally in the field of sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS. They will have 3 years’ work experience in an NGO environment and have experience of overseeing monitoring and reporting requirements to major donors. They should also have good a understanding of research methods and data analysis. Willingness to work in an inter-cultural environment and to learn Swahili are essential.
A detailed Job Description and Person Specification and SPW Application Form is available online via our website www.spwtz.org
Application: By SPW Application Form only (no CVs accepted). Please ensure you meet
the requirements (skills and qualifications) stated in the Job Description before applying.
Unfortunately, SPW will only contact applicants who have been selected for interview.
Application closing date: 26th February 2007
Applications by email are encouraged and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications by Post should be sent to: Human Resource Manager, SPW Tanzania, P.O. Box 737, Iringa.
SPW TANZANIA HIGHLY ENCOURAGES YOUNG APPLICANTS TO FILL THESE
AVAILABLE POSITIONS; IN PARTICULAR FEMALE APPLICANTS