Tearfund are looking for a dedicated and passionate DME Advisor to support our work in the Southern & East Africa (SEA) region.
The Design Monitoring and Evaluation (DME) Advisor will be responsible for ensuring that country teams have effective DMEAL (Design, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning) processes that can track progress, capture evidence of impact and that facilitate continual learning and adaptation.
In this role you will build the technical DMEAL capacity of staff in the Region in turn enabling them to build the capacity of partners and local church/church based organizations. And you will work closely with the Impact and Effectiveness Team to implement Tearfund corporate DME initiatives and requirements, and assist in ensuring that corporate DME initiatives are contextually relevant.
We’re looking for a motivated, and experienced professional with a strong technical background in design, monitoring and evaluation work.
- Do you have experience of establishing successful monitoring and evaluation frameworks?
- Are you able to give advice and support to others in order to influence their working practices?
- Do you have a passion for learning and continual improvement?
- Are you fluent in English and an experienced user of digital data collection and management tools and technology?
Do your skills match the above? Then we’d love to hear from you.
All applicants must be committed to Tearfund’s Christian beliefs.
- Contract: This is a fixed term contract 12 months, with a possibility of renewal
- Location: Any country within Tearfund’s SEA region. Candidates must have the right to live and work in one of the following countries; Zambia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe.
- Competitive Salary dependent on location + pension and medical benefit.
- This role requires frequent travel of up to 15-20 weeks a year
If you would like more information about this role, please contact email@example.com.
The recruitment process will include specific checks related to safeguarding issues. In addition, personal identification information will be submitted against a Watchlist database to check against criminal convictions as a counter-terror measure.