Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Coordinator (Consortium)
Oxfam in Myanmar is looking for Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Coordinator (Consortium).
The purpose of this role is to lead the implementation of the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEAL) system for the Sittwe Humanitarian WASH programme. To collect, analyse and record information to make sure programme learning is documented and implemented. This will include set up of a new online platform for data collection and analysis. To lead on an innovative new accountability system for the Programme including community listening exercises. To ensure quality compliance with donor requirements including reporting.
This position will be part of the team who will lead the implementation of a multi-year programme providing high quality WASH services to more than 80,000 IDPs living in displacement camps in Sittwe, Rakhine State. Oxfam works in partnership with Solidarities International (SI) in this programme, and in close collaboration with Camp Management Agencies and other WASH actors. Whilst the context is humanitarian, people have been living in IDP camps for five years – and the overall approach of this programme is to transition to community development approaches promoting strong community engagement and community ownership of facilities and services within the IDP camps. This requires a strong focus on the upgrading of WASH infrastructure upgrades during the first nine months, with a transition to community ownership of the infrastructure following the upgrades. Many transitional strategies are to be developed and implemented across the camps, with a view to transition of services to external agencies (government or private sector), an increase in market based approaches, greater investment in community mobilisation, accountability, protection, and new approaches to hygiene promotion.
Employment Term: Fixed-term (until 30 September 2020)
Level: International, C2
Location: Sittwe, Myanmar
Closing Date: 6 June 2019
Early application is encouraged as this position is urgently required. This is a rolling recruitment and Oxfam reserves the right to appoint a suitable candidate as soon as they are identified.
How to apply: Please state applied position in email subject line and send CV and cover letter to Human Resources Department through email@example.com (OR)
Oxfam office, No. 34, Corner of Aung Taw Mu Street and Golden Hill Avenue Street, Golden Valley Ward 2, Bahan Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
Phone: +95 (0)1 539986, 539987, 539958, 539189 and 504918