The purpose of the role is to lead on Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning (MEL) and Knowledge Management approaches, systems and activities and assure a credible impact evidence base to demonstrate programme performance to the satisfaction of DFID, British Council and external reviewers.


Location Addis Ababa
Duration Two years
Closing date Friday 19 July 2019

Role overview

§  To build upon the successes of CSSP1, but bring fresh and innovative approaches, strategies and tools to the CSSP2 monitoring and evaluation work stream with a strong focus on learning and knowledge management.

§  CSSP is a sector-leading programme and should be supplying regular and high-quality evidence and insight on Ethiopia, civil society, adaptive programming, and more.

§  Ensuring accurate and effective monitoring and evaluation is implemented across the programme, including in the programme hubs


Role Requirements: 

· A first degree or equivalent professional experience in social science, organizational development, MEL or similar 
· At least seven years’ experience in similar role (covering key elements of this job)
· At least seven years’ experience as a MEL specialist working in the NGO or donor funded context
· Experience of designing and delivering a MEL system of similar complexity
· Experience of developing M&E frameworks.
· A solid understanding of DFID’s Value for Money principles and approaches. 
· A demonstrable ability to build MEL capacity within the civil society / NGO sector
· Fluency in written and spoken English 
· Ability to work independently and as part of a team
· Highly organised and deadline oriented
· High level of accuracy and attention to detail.

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