Current Hiring Practices and Trends in the Development Sector
- BY David Mackenzie
The main purpose of this role is to provide strong strategic direction and oversight of SCI's Rohingya Response approach to MEAL in collaboration with MEAL staff across the different sectors. The aim is to enhance the quality, accountability to affected communities and analysis for decision making to bring immediate and lasting change to the lives of children in line with the Rohingya response strategy. The MEAL Adviser will bring significant operational and managerial experience to strengthen and improve the response's MEAL system. S/he will provide technical advice and direction to the MEAL team to ensure continuous improvement to the existing MEAL system with particular focus on the following areas: qualitative data collection, assessment and evaluations scheduling and coordination, data analysis. S/he ensure that all Save the Children International and Partner projects are continuously monitored for their effectiveness and appropriateness and that lessons are documented and communicated to inform on-going implementation and future programming. S/he will guide and encourage Child Consultations as a common way of seeking inputs from children as part of the response to inform Save the Children International and Partner team in their progress to achieve outcome/impact projects and meaningful accountability to beneficiaries in line with Save the Children's and donors' policies and practices and Save the Children' Response Strategy.
The MEAL Adviser will be responsible for ensuring the Rohingya Response:
Qualifications and experience
Contract length: Fixed term for 6 months with possibilities for extension
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