Specialist, Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning
About the organization
Global Communities is an international development non-profit organization. Our mission is to create long-lasting, positive and community-led change that improves the lives and livelihoods of vulnerable people across the globe.
The Specialist, Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning will work in close coordination and collaboration with domestic and globally based staff within the global offices, including staff working in Country based Programming, and HQ-based Technical Leadership (Sustainable Development and Humanitarian Assistance), Global/Program and Field Operations, Strategic Growth and Partnership, Information Technology Department, Marketing and Communications, other staff and Departments, as relevant. This position has a dedicated role (50% LOE) in providing primary MELI new business and program support to Global Communities’ Human Trafficking Prevention portfolio with a focus on youth empowerment programs, public awareness, the San Diego Trafficking Prevention Collective and the E3 Alliance.
The primary functions of this position are to provide MELI-related technical support to new and existing and closing programs, in support of organization-wide aims to improve program quality and impact, ensure accountability to stakeholders, and promote learning. The position is considered a subject matter specialist in the area of design and implementation of robust MEL systems and will contribute significantly or support efforts to define and advance priorities to strengthen systems, tools, approaches, and capacity in this area.
Undergraduate degree in a related discipline and a minimum of two years of related work experience or a minimum of six years of related work experience.
Must have U.S. work authorization.
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