Design Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator Based in Jerusalem
Search for Common Ground
About Search for Common Ground
Founded in 1982, Search for Common Ground (SFCG) is the largest dedicated international non-governmental organization working in the field of conflict transformation. Operating within 34 countries, SFCG uses creative, multi-faceted approaches to help divided communities understand differences while working toward commonalities.
Search for Common Ground has made Design, Monitoring & Evaluation (DM&E) a priority within the organization. As an agency, the Institutional Learning Team (ILT) and country programs are upgrading techniques, skills, and expectations in the area of DM&E to further improve our ability to design, monitor, conduct and evaluate intelligent, effective and meaningful programs to make our mission a reality.
Summary of Position
SFCG is seeking a DM&E Coordinator to lead efforts around design, monitoring, and evaluation for a newly launched project which lasts July 2016 – March 2017. The DM&E Specialist will work closely with the SFCG’s regional and global DM&E staff, Jerusalem office staff, and project partners to implement the baseline study, collect and track project monitoring data, and ensure documentation of results. S/he will be a member of a small and dedicated team contributing.
S/he will work specifically on a project funded by the United Kingdom government to empower young religious leaders (age 30-40) from the Arab-Israeli and religious Jewish communities (Haredi and National Religious) to act as proponents for peace in their communities. Participants will develop an action plan of pro-peace recommendations and create a dissemination plan to share the recommendations within their communities in order to achieve maximum impact.
The overall goal of this initiative is to strengthen support within three key constituencies in Israeli society for the two-state solution. The project is initially for nine months (20 July 2016 – 31 March 2017) but is expected to continue for a further two years. Over the course of the project, the goal will be achieved by realizing two main results:
Increased acceptance of a two-state solution among 60 Haredim, National Religious, and Arab-Israeli young religious leaders in Israel (with additional leaders reached in years two and three)
Increased access among the Haredi, National Religious, and Arab-Israeli communities to community-relevant recommendations that support a two-state solution
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Design and/or implement monitoring and evaluation plan, indicators, targets, data collections tools, M&E plans
Conduct a baseline study to measure the project indicators based on the M&E plan
Create centralized database(s) to store and analyze project data
Monitor project activities and collect ongoing M&E data
Prepare post-activity reports
Ensure that donor the M&E requirements are fully met as well communicate regularly with the SFCG Regional M&E Coordinator to ensure M&E requirements of SFCG are met
Main deliverables include an M&E project plan, a baseline study, and activity data reports.
Minimum of three (3) years’ experience in monitoring and evaluation.
Masters degree in related field
Knowledge of logical frameworks and results framework planning and evaluation methodologies
Be fluent in English (spoken and written) and Hebrew; Arabic is an asset
Strong commitment to values in a data-based decision-making, transparency, methodological rigor, and program learning
High standards of integrity, professionalism, and impartiality
Able to work independently and effectively in a team environment
Detail-oriented and highly organized, with a proactive approach
Ability to multitask and work to meet tight deadlines
Proficient in use of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
Ability to live and work in Jerusalem
Demonstrated technical capacity to provide support and guidance to project staff on design, monitoring, and evaluation
Demonstrated technical capacity in design, implementation, and analysis of various data collection tools including interviews, surveys, focus group discussions, and pre/post tests
Demonstrated capacity to coordinate evaluations
Experience working internationally and specifically in conflict environments
Knowledge of data analysis software (e.g. SAS, SPSS)
Salary: Commensurate with experience and education, with benefits
To apply for a part-time position with SFCG’s Jerusalem office to implement the above actions and deliverables, interested candidates are requested to submit a curriculum vitae by email before 10 September 2016 to Ziad Abu Zayad at firstname.lastname@example.org
לפרטים נוספים ולהגשת קורות חיים:
Ziad Abu Zayad
פורסם בתאריך 7/9/2016