MEAL (Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning) Officer
Location: Kyiv, with travel across Ukraine.
Purpose of function and responsibilities
The MEAL Officer should be an innovative self-starter, and an understanding of the humanitarian sector and a track record in data analysis and MEAL. The MEAL officer should be enthusiastic about the importance of increasing access to knowledge and the reach, impact, and accountability of services.
· To support the development of new activities, projects and programmes.
· To work to support the accountability, effectiveness and efficiency of activities implemented.
· Support responsive programming by helping develop feedback loops between MEAL and program design.
· MEAL experience, including designing and implementing MEAL systems
· Want to work helping others
· Believe in integrity and honesty
· Professionally passionate and a creative problem solver
· A proactive and positive team player
· Be a multi-tasking expert
· Have a thirst for knowledge and learning
· Always look to deliver with quality, and enjoy collaboration
· Knowledge of English (Intermediate or higher)
Additional useful skills and experience:
· Humanitarian experience within the Ukrainian context, preferably from National NGOs
· Being able to find a reason to smile even at the most difficult of times How to apply Send your CV and a short cover letter (in English): firstname.lastname@example.org Please indicate the position you are applying for as the subject of your email: MEAL officer NGORC. Deadline for submitting applications is 31th March, 2023. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
Very important that NGORC absolute priority is protecting our beneficiaries, vulnerable communities and our own staff. We have zero tolerance of incidents of violence or abuse against children and other people in the communities we serve, either committed by our staff or others connected to our work. Successful applicants will be required to sign and adhere to our safeguarding, child protection and prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) code of conduct and policies. About NGORC
If you are a professional with a passion to make a real difference think about joining NGORC, probably the Best Organisation in the World . We work towards a better future through the support to Ukrainian civil society.
Since the escalation of war in February NGORC has been active within the emergency response since day one tying to meet the urgent needs of conflict-affected population in the country. Current NGORC programming is focusing on protection related activities such as GBV prevention and response, Psychosocial support (PSS), and community-based protection, as well as working for the localisation of international humanitarian assistance, practical support to families and children, support to humanitarian NGOs and their staff, and a wide range of capacity strengthening activities.