Deadline: 31 January 2020
Palladium is seeking applications from eligible applicants for the post of Monitoring & Evaluation Manager, Pacific Labour Facility in Brisbane, Australia.
Palladium’s mission is to catalyze an enriched future for all.
Key Jobs Responsibilities
The Monitoring & Evaluation Manager, Pacific Labour Facility will perform the following:
- Manage the M&E section, including the M&E Officer and up to 8 QLP Coordinators (these positions will be located in Pacific partner countries and report to the M&E Manager).
- Team management will include regularly meeting with staff to discuss their role within the team, providing performance feedback and mentoring.
- Ensure that QLP Coordinators are coordinating with Research and Social Inclusion staff in the QLP team.
- Ensure that M&E data collection tools and methods are rigorous, culturally-appropriate and result in credible and accurate data.
- Produce a range of timely user-focused M&E products and services that promote uptake of evidence and support informed operational and policy decision-making.
- Coordinate with the MIS Manager to ensure the integration of M&E tools into online platforms, including PLF’s Management Information System.
- Ensure that these platforms can provide accurate and timely M&E-related reports for internal and external stakeholders.
- Contribute to Annual Reports (and other reports and outputs) with timely and credible data.
- Contribute to the Adaptive Management Learning Cycle with the QLP Unit, including through the production of information and evidence, and facilitation of events.
Applicants must have:
- Significant experience in the design and implementation of M&E in development projects.
- Post-Graduate Degree in a relevant social science, supported with demonstrated experience in data collection, analysis and reporting.
- Experience working with DFAT and/or on DFAT funded programs, and experience working in the Pacific, will be beneficial.
- Excellent stakeholder engagement and communication skills including internal and external stakeholders in Australia and in partner countries.
- Demonstrated data analytical skills to determine whether and how the program is tracking against its outputs and outcomes, and against its annual workplan and thematic strategies including quantitative and qualitative design and analysis, and cost-benefit analysis.
- Strong training & facilitation skills, including ensuring that learning events are engaging and dynamic, and achieving desired outcomes.
- Strong communication skills with an ability to communicate with diverse audiences using multiple channels (info-graphics, written, workshops, reports, etc), and to communicate results to people without technical backgrounds.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their applications through online process.
For more information, please visit Palladium.