MEAL Coordinator - Parent Support Program Shefa
● An exciting opportunity to assist the Parent Support Program (PSP) programmatic activities and results in Shefa Province
● Contract full-time position open to Vanuatu Citizens only
● Based in Port Vila
● Salary VT2.0M - 2.1M / annual
Save the Children is the world's largest independent child rights development organisation, making a difference to the children's lives in more than 100 countries. From emergency relief to long-term development, Save the Children secures a child's right to health, education and protection.
Save the Children's DFAT-funded integrated Early Childhood Development (ECD) program outcome 1.1: Parents/careers of children 0-5 demonstrate increased gender sensitive and disability-inclusive nurturing care practices and skills is implemented by the Ministry of Education and training, through the Extension of the Parents Support Program activities in Vanuatu.
The Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) coordinator is responsible for managing information and reporting processes and products to ensure professional, high-quality communication about Parent Support Program (PSP) programmatic activities and results in Shefa Province.
Essential Selection Criteria
► Strong experience in monitoring and evaluation, form evaluation design and formation to implementation, analysis and preseApplicants with a disability are encouraged to apply
Unsuccessful candidates will not be contactedntation and recommendation
► Strong communication skills and proven experience in using Microsoft programs to summarize and communicate results (including Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
► Experience working in community participation and accountability activities
► Proven experience working in working with various stake holders from community groups, NGO's and donors
► Must be result focused and be able to work under pressure and tight deadlines
► A good level of oral and written English
► Applicant must have had experience work in similar field
Please read the Job Description before applying.
Applications for this role must be submitted online using the link below.
Applicants with a disability are encouraged to apply
Unsuccessful candidates will not be contacted
Save the Children reference: D23299
Applications close Thu 28 October 2021