Job Vacancy: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (new position)
APHR is looking for a motivated and talented Monitoring and Evaluation Officer to lead, develop and support effective monitoring, evaluation, design and reporting on all APHR projects and programs. This includes supporting the evaluation and continual improvement of programs and activities as well as supporting project reporting and development. The M&E Officer will be responsible for the overall leadership and coordination of APHR’s monitoring and evaluation strategy. The position also offers opportunities to work closely with senior management to help guide the organisation’s strategic development and identify new funding opportunities.
The successful applicant will lead APHR’s work to measure the effectiveness and impact of its programs across the region and support the management team to ensure the organisation is meeting its commitments to donors, partners and members. The M&E Officer will work closely with colleagues to monitor and assess program effectiveness and efficiency, support capacity building initiatives on M&E, and facilitate the collection and management of quality data under the supervision of the Operations Director. The M&E Officer will collaborate with the various divisions in reviewing and preparing monthly, quarterly and final narrative internal and donor reports and presentations. The M&E Officer will also be designated as the gender focal person for the organization.
Additionally, the M&E Officer will work with senior management and other team members as need be, on proposal development, grant writing and fundraising, support the development and implementation of internal processes and procedures (e.g., risk assessment, gender mainstreaming, conflict sensitivity), and other tasks as assigned by the Operations Director and Executive Director.
Ideally, applicants will have a proven background in M&E in the human rights field and bring a creative and innovative approach to responding to the complexities of monitoring, evaluating and reporting on human rights programs. Good knowledge of gender concepts, tools and approaches is highly desirable.
Working Conditions / Salary and Benefits
APHR offers flexible working conditions either working remotely or from one of our regional offices, dependent on location. The candidate will ideally be based out of a Southeast Asian capital. ASEAN Nationals are encouraged to apply.
APHR offers a competitive local salary package with health benefits. APHR is a dedicated equal opportunities employer and invites applicants of all nationalities and backgrounds to apply. Please note that APHR does not cover relocation costs.
An initial contract will be for 12-months, with a three-month probationary period.
Summary of Key Functions
Monitoring and Evaluation: design, manage and implement program-wide monitoring and evaluation activities. These activities include, but are not limited to, identifying and customizing appropriate methods and tools for data collection and progress monitoring, managing the M&E database, sharing best practices and delivering regular M&E trainings for APHR staff and leadership;
Data Management and Analysis: oversee the data collection and analysis process, and manage the progress tracking database;
Donor Reporting: support senior management with drafting and submitting progress reports to partners and donors in a timely fashion;
Institutional Development and Proposal Writing: support senior management on fundraising efforts, including developing concept notes and project proposals to advance the mission of the organisation.
Gender Mainstreaming: support and coordinate the gender mainstreaming plans and initiatives within the organization ensuring gender is applied in all aspects of programming and reporting.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
Monitoring and Evaluation
Donor Reporting / Data Management and Analysis
Institutional Development and Proposal Writing
Qualifications and Experience
How to apply
Deadline for applications: 30 September 2019. We will be reviewing applications as they come in and may consider selecting a shortlist before the deadline, so we welcome early applications. Send your CV/resume and cover letter to email@example.com with the subject heading “Application: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Position”. Apologies in advance that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
APHR is an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce and encourages qualified candidates of all genders and national, religious, and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply.
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