Pacific Women Database of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Consultants
Join a pool of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Consultants providing advice on the Australian Government’s flagship gender equality program in the Pacific.
Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development (Pacific Women) is a regional development program funded by the Australian Government and managed by Cardno. The program commits to improving the political, economic and social opportunities of Pacific women.
Pacific Women Support Unit is seeking to recruit Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) consultants to join its database of MEL consultants (database). Consultants on the database provide high-quality technical and strategic MEL advice and capacity development across 14 Pacific Island countries. Consultants on the database work on program activities and plans at the regional - or country-level, with Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade staff, partner governments and Pacific Women implementing partners.
A range of opportunities arise for consultants on the database. Consultants with all levels of experience with skills in the following areas are encouraged to apply:
- Implementation of MEL frameworks and development of associated tools.
- Gender sensitive monitoring, evaluation and learning, program evaluation and activity review in a variety of development settings/sectors, including public health emergencies.
- Data collection, analysis and reporting.
- Identification of capacity development needs relating to MEL and responding through development of resources and capacity development strategies, including for government and civil society organisations.
- Provision of timely and relevant MEL information to stakeholders to support ongoing program development.
- Progress reporting and quality assurance processes.
- Development and implementation of strategies that ensure information and lessons are shared appropriately and that an evidence base is built.
- Monitoring and evaluation of gender, disability and inclusion activities and programs.
- Research and design.
- Conceptual data analysis and dissemination using computer software and technologies.
- High level communication, consultation and facilitation skills and experience conveying complex information to stakeholders of varying levels of experience or ability.
- Experience in emergency and pandemic responses (highly desirable, but not essential for applying).
Please refer to http://www.cardno.com/en-au/Careers/Pages/Jobs-at-Cardno.aspx for more information about this position, including a copy of the terms of reference and instructions on how to apply.
You will need to upload your CV and a recent sample of work (merged into one document) and an application form.
Cardno is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to child protection in all fields. Successful applicants may be required to provide a police clearance certificate.
Pacific Women values diversity and inclusion. Applicants from diverse or underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply, including people with disabilities and from the LGBTQI community.
Applications close at 11.59 pm on Sunday 12 July 2020 (Suva time).
Pacific Women is supported by the Australian Government and managed by Cardno.