• Leilani Sikkema

Monitoring and Evaluation Short Term Adviser


Adam Smith International - R4D2 Roads for Development Phase 2


Applications closed.


● An exciting opportunity to assist the R4D2 Roads for Development Phase 2 program

● Contract fixed number of days position open to All Applicants

● Based in Remote

● Salary ARF C3


The Organisation

The Vanuatu Roads for Development Program Phase 2 (R4D2) is a A$24 million development program funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to support the Public Works Department (PWD) under the Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Utilities (MIPU). R4D2 commenced in June 2019 and will run to the end of June 2022, with an option to extend by two years, subject to DFAT approval. Adam Smith International (ASI) is the managing contractor for this program.


The Position

The Vanuatu Roads for Development Program Phase 2 (R4D2) is a A$24 million development program funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to support the Public Works Department (PWD) under the Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Utilities (MIPU). R4D2 is seeking a Monitoring and Evaluation Adviser to take the lead in developing and implementing R4D2’s M&E Plan and support the R4D2 Team’s reporting for accountability and learning.


Short-term – 30 days


Essential Selection Criteria

► Relevant degree qualifications or equivalent demonstrated experience and understanding of contemporary M&E strategies and systems, research and/or social development

► At least 5 years’ relevant work experience, preferably in the Pacific or a similar low-income country context

► Demonstrated experience designing and delivering complex analysis and reporting

► Demonstrated experience in the establishment and implementation of M&E plans and program design

► Demonstrated experience in delivering M&E activities and reports consistent with DFAT standards

► Understanding of the social, cultural, political and institutional factors affecting development in Vanuatu, and the Pacific context more generally

► Ability to work independently, while adhering to the requirements of the Terms of Reference

► Excellent interpersonal, communication, organisational and cross-cultural skills, including the ability to convey concepts clearly and to understand and meet the needs of a range of stakeholders

► Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), web-applications and social networking tools

► Strong communication skills, both verbal and written, in English

► Commitment to inclusive development and gender equality within an M&E context


Desirable Criteria

► Experience in Roads and Transport sectors

► Bislama language skills

► Experience working on Australian Aid-funded projects


Job Description

Please read the Job Description before applying.


Apply Online

Applications for this role must be submitted online using the link below.


Applications closed on Wed 10 November 2021

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