Represent, contribute, and participate as required to inter-departmental and cross sector activities in-country, across the consortium and externally.
Support greater sharing and use amongst staff and partners of gender sensitive monitoring data including client feedback to ensure interventions are responsive to the needs of clients and are informed by a sound understanding of the context.
Substantial work experience in humanitarian and/or development context and with an International NGO.
Experience in supporting education projects will be an added advantage.
At least three (
years' work experience in designing, implementing, and managing MEAL systems (preferably in education sector)
A university degree in Statistics, Business Statistics, Demography, Economics, Public Health, Social sciences, Business Administration, or other relevant field to monitoring and evaluation or project management.