2. GRIT Project Summary:
Gender-Responsive and Inclusive Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in the West Bank (“GRIT”) is a five-year project (2019-2024) funded by the Canadian Government and implemented by the Lutheran World Federation Jerusalem Program (LWF Jerusalem) in partnership with Canadian Lutheran World Relief (CLWR).
The ultimate objective of the GRIT project is to achieve improved and equitable learning and employment outcomes for women and girls, including women with disabilities (WWD), in the West Bank. This objective will be achieved by improving access for women to training opportunities, strengthening the functional and technical skills of trainees, and bolstering the the gender-responsiveness and inclusiveness of the broader Palestinian TVET system.
The Project will be implemented through LWF’s Vocational Training Program in the Beit Hanina (LWF-VTC) and in Ramallah (LWF-VTCR) and through a number of local TVET institutes throughout the West Bank in order to provide wide geographic coverage. The Project will directly benefit a total of 17,250 women and girls.
3. Overall Purpose/Broad Function:
The Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Officer will support the overall monitoring, evaluation, and knowledge management of the GRIT project. The MELC position is responsible for creating tools and systems in collaboration with the MEL specialist in Canada to enhance impact monitoring, quality control and evaluation in order to ensure delivery of results and promote continuous learning and sharing of best practices.
4. Key Duties and Responsibilities:
- Work in close partnership with the CLWR Gender and MEL Officer to:
- Design survey tools to measure progress made towards achieving project results
- Organize and supervise the collection of data and carry out regular monitoring and quality assurance activities including annual graduate and trainee surveys, midline and endline surveys, and other data collection processes
- Collect, verify and analyze data and make recommendations based on analysis including drawing conclusions useful for advocacy and policy work
- Support the development of data collection frameworks to be used by TVET institutes
- Train and coordinate with project staff and TVET institutes to ensure that data is gathered according to agree upon frameworks
- Introduce a standardized information management system accessible to staff to extract data on the project.
- Organize regular learning events for the project team to reflect on achievements, challenges, lessons learned and to share best practices
5. Supervisory Responsibilities:
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6. Education/Professional Designations/Experience:
- Master Degree in social sciences, humanitarian and/or development studies, or relevant field
- At least 5 years of experience in developing systems and tools for monitoring and evaluation and learning, preferably with an INGO
- Knowledge of and experience with social research methods
- Good knowledge and extensive practice applying participatory approaches, qualitative and quantitative methods to monitoring and evaluation.
- Experience of integrating gender dynamics within participatory data collection and analysis.
- Strong skills in data collection and analysis and an ability to clearly articulate data and findings to a variety of audiences
- Good knowledge of program and project management cycle and demonstrated ability to support the project and its staff to achieve high quality, accountability, good planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting.
- High level of conceptual, strategic thinking, solid research and analytical capabilities.
- Effective diplomacy, facilitative, collaborative, communicative, representational and reporting skills.
- Ability to work independently under pressure, meet tight deadlines, and demonstrated flexibility and creativity in planning and problem solving.
- Proven ability to take initiative, learn quickly, and be accountable for results.
- Fluency in English and in Arabic.
- Former experience in Technical Vocational Education is an advantage
- Experience working with development projects funded by international donors, preferably Global Affairs Canada, is an advantage
- Strong computer skills, including experience using data collection software. Past experience using Survey CTO is an asset.
7. Other Specific Skill Requirements:
- Positive attitude and approach to help colleagues
- A pedagogic approach and willingness to learn and adopt new things
- Attention to detail and a curious attitude
- Ability to work under minimal supervision and under pressure, ability to take initiatives
8. Success Factors:
Ability to work collaboratively and inspire learning based on experience to interact effectively with colleagues, and ability to support programmatic objectives with timely and meaningful information. Capable of multi-tasking, meeting deadlines and process information in support of changing requirements. An impeccable professional standard of ethics as well as the willingness and ability to enforce compliance.
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