Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is an important and required part of all WWF projects. In recent years donors have required increasingly rigorous M&E of all projects. In response WWF has placed more and more emphasis on M&E and has developed rigorous M&E protocols. These protocols and M&E reporting are complicated and time consuming and therefore WWF-Thailand has established the position of M&E Coordinator to make sure that all projects satisfy rigorous M&E requirements and that all relevant project and program data are entered into the WWF GM Management Information System.
1. Strategy Development and Implementation
3. Workplan Development and Implementation
4. System Management
5. People Management
6. Issue Resolutions, Crisis/Risk Management
Leads the consolidation, analysis and synthesis of technical reports, monitoring sheets, and other information from projects and programmes
Works closely with Strategy Leaders, Landscape Managers, M&E focal points and other technical conservation staff to lead the development and ensure timely updating of the Biodiversity Tracking Tool for monitoring progress in species and places goals
Ensures that WWF International and Network colleagues are kept fully informed on key issues by preparing briefing materials, targeted evaluations, analyses and reports as directed by the Representative and co-ordinates communications to the WWF network to ensure consistency and quality.
Works closely with the Conservation Programme Director and facilitates timely completion of all Key Performance Indicator (KPI) reports and all other reports for WWF International.
Ensures relevant tools for monitoring the strategic Plan are updated and represents the current state of conservation and operation areas/functions in any point in time.
Master's degree in natural resource management, environment, conservation management, bioregional planning, development studies, or in relevant fields.
5-7 years in Monitoring and evaluation of large, complicated projects.
3 years in project management or implementation of complex conservation projects.
2 years with WWF Program and Project Management System (PPMS) or similarly rigorous project. management system is preferred.
Knowledgeable in Monitoring and Evaluation Methodology, Quality Assurance, Financial Management, Data analysis and Report writing.
Good command of written and spoken English and Thai.
How to apply: Interested candidate, please submit your 'resume and motivation letter' stating your expected salary to firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +66 (0) 2 618 4303-5 #413.
Please kindly note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Otherwise, your resume will be filed into our candidate database for future reference and consideration
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