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Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning (MEAL) Enabler
Pacific Feminist Fund (PFF)Remote (local)
- Career category:Monitoring & Evaluation /MEAL
- Job type:Job
- Humanitarian or Development:Development
- Experience level:5-10 years
- Organisation type:Funds
- Remote option:Remote (local)
- Right to work requirements:Anyone can apply
- Salary: $ 69500 / yearly
- Work schedule:Full-time
- Length of contract:Temporary/ Fixed-term
The Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Enabler will lead the
implementation of the Fund’s MEAL system, taking rights-based gender equality and
women’s empowerment approach with groups, organisations and networks the Fund
S/he will support the Fund’s implementing partners through:
- Capacity development training in M&E (facilitating and supporting the delivery of this
- Data collection tools and templates(develop and implement); and
- Data collection processes(develop and implement).
- Support the development and implementation of PFF’s MEAL Framework including
- reporting requirements and tools that are guided by feminist evaluation principles.
- Identify relevant MEAL database options for PFF with oversight on its management and
- associated activities.
- Collate and analyse grantee reports to determine progress against milestones and
- outcomes and identify actions strengthen both the MEF and the quality of the Fund
- Facilitate and support M&E-related training and capacity building for Fund grantees.
- Identify and respond to M&E-related capacity development needs to support
- the implementation of partner M&E plans and further develop useful M&E resources and
- capacity development strategies.
- Ensure that the Fund’s monitoring arrangements are and provide accurate and timely
- information on the quality of support to Fund grantees.
- In collaboration with other team members, prepare relevant reports as Annual and
- Six-Monthly Progress Reports, Annual Workplan and reviews of the MEAL Plan.
- Support the design and delivery of external MEAL activities such as external reviews or
- evaluations of the Fund.
- Undertake field visits to monitor grantee performance.
- Providing timely and relevant information to team members and Fund stakeholders to
- ensure that M&E findings are regularly discussed and fed into Fund decision-making
- Facilitate quarterly internal M&E review sessions, with guidance from the short-term
- M&E Adviser on the annual reflection and planning workshop.
- Assist with the Fund’s communication strategy, including the development of highly
- professional and innovative communication products tailored to specific needs and
Qualifications and Experience:
- Qualifications in international development, social sciences, statistics or another
- relevant field. A postgraduate qualification is desired.
- At least 7 years of experience designing and implementing MEAL and/or related
- organisational systems for complex programs.
- Strong understanding of a range of MEAL methodologies and approaches(particularly
- theory-based approaches), and the relative benefits or drawbacks associated with each
- specifically in the areas of gender equality and women’s empowerment.
- Understanding gender equality, women’s empowerment issues, priorities and
- development challenges in the Pacific region.
- Extensive experience in the Pacific’sfeminist and women’s movement, particularly in
- gender equality and women’s empowerment-related programming.
- Outstanding relationship management skills.
- Experience working in the Pacific.
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