MEL (Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning) Manager , BiH
Region
Wider Europe
Country / Territory
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Location
Sarajevo
Department
Business Support Services
Job Category
Project Management
Pay Band
Locally appointed Grade F
Vacancy Description
Fixed term contract for the duration of project. Locally appointed Grade F. Appointment is subject to project contract signing with the donor. This post is open to candidates from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
 
Details
Detail: British Council Western Balkans is recruiting a MEL (Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning) Manager for Supporting Greater Media Independence project. The post holder will be responsible for the project monitoring and ensuring high quality and timely inputs, as well as ensuring that the project maintains its strategic vision and that its activities result in the achievement of its intended outputs in a cost effective and timely manner.
 
Applicants should have a Masters Degree or equivalent in social science (sociology, political sciences, psychology, etc) or related field and at least 6 years of experience in the development and delivery of monitoring and evaluation of large programmes, including those delivered in multiple countries.  

Applicants need to have a pre-existing right to live and work in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
 
Closing date for applications: Friday, 13 September 2019 (23:59 UK time / 01:59 Central European Time)
 
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Role profile
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