Posted on 14 June 2012
The role of M&E Manager is critical to Global Alumni Programme. FFP needs reliable data about the impact of FFP on all trained CBOs, and beneficiaries to assess and report on the programme’s effectiveness.
The successful candidate will answer directly to the Programme Coordinator, and following a two month induction period (one month based at the FFP Academy in London, one month at FFP Rio) they will be responsible for:
The design, leadership and coordination of our M&E approach and system across the GlobalAlumni Programme, taking into account that the programme will work across:
- a range of sizes and types of CBO
- several geographic, community and issue contexts
- two levels of impact: organisational capability-building and changes amongst beneficiaries / young people
Gathering data, both remotely and through fieldwork, at all levels of the programme, including:
- Co-leading selection visits to potential CBO participants
- Coordinating the gathering of data from each participating CBO (including preliminary baseline data, changes in their organisation and the young people they work with as a result of taking part in the programme, and their evaluation of the programme itself)
- Leading more in-depth M&E of at least 10% of the CBOs on the programme, travelling to their sites before and after their training to assess impact on their organisation and the young people they work with.
Reporting to funders on outputs and results of the Global Alumni Programme, including:
- Evaluating the data against the objectives of the programme
- Providing detailed and relevant reports to funders.
Helping to coordinate and develop M&E practice across the FFP group, including:
- Providing feedback on current M&E approaches at the FFP Academies
- Aligning the Global Alumni Programme M&E approach with Academy approaches
- Working directly with both Academy teams to help develop their M&E approaches
In addition, the candidate will be joining a small, highly motivated team that is split between
Rio and London, and will also be expected to:
- Be a proactive and supportive contributor across other areas of the programme as this exciting work evolves over time
- Deliver any other tasks within the competence their which may be required
- Fully comply with FFP policies and procedures at all times
- Understand and support the aims, objectives and values of the charity and reflect it in all aspects of work.
The candidate must have the following experience / knowledge:
- Designed and led M&E processes that involve both quantitative and qualitative elements
- Worked with databases and / or management information systems to gather data for M&E
- An understanding of how to evaluate programmes that work in multiple countries and contexts, and work with different scales and types of organisations
- A clear understanding of M&E in terms of organisational ‘capability building’, and impact on young people
- Undertaken field-based research in low-income communities
- An understanding of youth issues, violence reduction, and / or other relevant fields
- Undertaken data analysis and report writing for funders.
Additional personal qualities
- Experienced traveller, and confident in communicating and working with people from communities and cultures different from your own - essential
- Excellent written English for reports and communications – essential
- Conversation-level second language, especially Spanish, Portuguese or French - preferred
- Experience of management or supervision of other team members - preferred
- Educated to degree level, and relevant post-graduate training
- Excellent electronic communication skills to a level that can allow co-working with colleagues based in Rio, and data gathering from trained CBOs around the world.
- Based in London (Stockwell)
- Reporting to the Programme Coordinator, also based in London
- Managing a part-time M&E assistant based in Rio, and communicating regularly with other colleagues also based in Rio
- Frequent global travel
- Salary £40K pa
To talk more about the role please contact email@example.com