Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager

Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Organization: Anti-Slavery International
Closing date: 20 Sep 2021

Seeking an experienced MEL professional to play a leading role in the work of Anti-Slavery International, the world’s oldest human rights organisation.

Our vision is freedom from slavery for everyone, everywhere, always. We believe that modern slavery is a contemporary issue of the highest importance, and we are determined to work with others to make sure people can be free from slavery across the world.

The Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager is critical to the delivery of our five-year strategy and offers the successful candidate opportunities for creativity and growth within a dynamic organisation. Working across programmes, advocacy and campaigns teams, you will:

  1. Lead on identifying and evidencing organisational impact in line with our organisational and thematic strategies, including: Developing organisational KPIs; representing the organisation in external fora and with donors; ensuring compliance with safeguarding and data protection policies.

  2. Work directly with project staff and our implementing partner organisations to: Design and use appropriate monitoring, evaluation and learning frameworks and tools for accountability to donors and stakeholders at all levels and for generating evidence for learning and advocacy; Strengthening MEL technical capacity and systems within our own teams and with our partner organisations (in English and French).

  3. Lead on building an organisational learning culture, and on developing systems for generating, capturing and using learning and evidence (including the voice and participation of survivors) to achieve our strategic goals. This will include reviewing learning systems and approaches across the organisation in the context of the new organisational and thematic strategies.

The right candidate will have: Excellent technical skills and experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning, gained over at least 5 years in the field of human rights/ working with highly excluded groups; Strong conceptual, analytical and critical thinking as well as the ability to communicate effectively and explain complex issues clearly for internal and external audiences; A good critical grasp of the latest thinking in the sector, tools, codes, standards and practice; Excellent working proficiency in French.

We offer excellent terms and conditions, including 30 days’ annual leave, pension contributions, flexible hours, a combination of home and office-based work, and an Employee Assistance Programme.

£39,172 - £42,063 p.a. dependent on experience.

Based in Stockwell, London.

Applications deadline 09.00 Monday 20 September 2021. Interviews will be held in the week of 27 September 2021.

How to apply:

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