Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Adviser, Royal National Lifeboat Institution
Deadline: Sunday, 3 October
Location: Homebased – with domestic & international travel as required
Working Pattern: Part time – 22 hours per week
Sector: Monitoring, evaluation and learning Projects and programmes
Salary: £30,978 – £36,445
Other: Flexible working, 26 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays
About the role
As a Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Adviser, you will be tasked with focus on the following areas:
- Proactively support and coach RNLI teams to develop project logic, and define indicators, data collection tools, and analytical methods during the design of projects.
- Develop and support critical thinking and learning approaches including reflection and review throughout the project cycle.
- Work with programme leads to develop and maintain results frameworks and support their use in project design and monitoring.
- Review programme monitoring data, working with project managers to verify, analyse and challenge as required.
- Work with programme leads and project managers to identify evaluation requirements and manage the delivery of evaluations ranging from internal reviews to independent external evaluations.
- Support programme leads to develop knowledge management processes, to ensure programmes and projects are developed using best available evidence.
To be considered as the Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Adviser you will need:
- Experience of designing, managing and/or delivering evaluations of projects
- Experience of turning evaluation evidence into applicable recommendations/findings
- Experience of working within international development programmes
- Experience of conducting or commissioning evaluations in low-income countries
- Experience facilitating and recording learning outcomes from projects and initiatives
So, if as a Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Adviser you can combine an analytical rigour and logic with pragmatism and coaching skills then this could be the opportunity for you to contribute to reducing drowning globally.
Our staff and volunteers have been saving lives at sea without prejudice for nearly 200 years. We respect and value diversity of background, skills and perspectives within our teams, and consider it essential to help us deliver a world-class lifesaving service. We are an inclusive organisation and welcome applications from everyone. In addition to having the skills needed for the role, we also look for applicants who share our commitment to living our RNLI values (trustworthy, courageous, selfless, and dependable), and helping us work towards Our Vision: To save every one.
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