Programme and Learning Co-ordinator, ActionAid Ireland

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced programme advisor, with a strong understanding of monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) in development and humanitarian programming. You will be part of a passionate, committed programme team working to deliver on ActionAid Ireland’s strategy. You will have experience in working in complex contexts specifically on women’s rights, gender equality and or GBV. You will also have strong experience in ensuring high standards of programme quality and providing support on participatory, feminist, and adaptive MEL practices.
You will be responsible for implementing a monitoring, evaluation and learning system for our multi-country Women’s Rights Programme III (2023-2027) in Nepal, Ethiopia and Kenya seeking to address gender-based violence. You will work closely with monitoring, evaluation and learning staff and drive systematic evidence-based learning throughout programme implementation. You will deliver on donor reporting requirements, especially in coordinating Results Framework and narrative reports.
Please note that the position is subject to Irish Aid funding and will be terminated with one month notice period if the funding is not forthcoming.

Role Profile available here.

Application form available here.

All applications to: recruitment.ireland@actionaid.org
Deadline: 12 noon Wednesday 29th May 2024.
Interviews: to be held on Friday 7th June 2024.
Salary: to be negotiated depending on experience, 3-year fixed-term contract.

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