Sri Lanka: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager

Organization: Scope Global
Country: Sri Lanka
Closing date: 12 Jan 2017

Scope Global is seeking applications for the position of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager under the newly established Sri Lanka Skills for Inclusive Growth Program. This four year program will support poor women and men who, as producers, workers and entrepreneurs, participate in and benefit from the expanding tourism industry in Trincomalee, Ampara, Batticaloa and Polonnaruwa.

The program has the following goals:

a) The coordination and planning of skills and business development at provincial and district levels in S4G program areas is improved and gives equal weight to the skill development priorities of the informal economy as those of the formal economy;

(b) Micro, small and medium enterprises are established and developed by relevant participants in S4G skills and business development programs, including women and people with a disability;

(c) Participants in S4G skills and business development programs gain or improve their employment, including women and people with a disability; and

(d) S4G modelling and learning contributes to the strengthening of the national TVET system and quality standards.

The Skills for Inclusive Growth Program (S4G) is supported by the Ministry of Skills Development and Vocational Training, Government of Sri Lanka in partnership with the Australian Aid program.

Under the direction of the Team Leader, and with leadership from the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Specialist, the MEL Manager will have the day-to-day responsibility for the implementation of the S4G monitoring, evaluation and learning plan. The MEL Manager will develop a close working relationship with the MEL Specialist who will be working part-time on the program, including contributing from their home office base (most likely outside Sri Lanka). While the MEL Specialist will oversee the implementation of the monitoring, evaluation and learning plan, the MEL Manager as the MEL team expands with the eventual engagement of two MEL Officers, the MEL Manager will also play a supervisory role.

How to apply:

Please apply online at the Scope Global website online at www.scopeglobal.com/work-with-us/current-job-opportunities. You will need to upload your covering letter, CV, and address each of the selected essential Job and Person Specification criteria (maximum 100 words per criteria) through our online portal by close of business on 12 January 2017. Please note that, to be eligible for consideration, you must apply directly through the Scope website using the above link.

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