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Do you have experience in designing, and implementing MEAL system for complex programmes?
Do you have experience providing support to country teams for evidence generation and use to improve programme quality and impact?
Do you want to be part of integrating a feminist, anti-racist lens and shifting power in evaluations and MEAL practice?
If your answer is yes, then we would like to hear from you.
Oxfam Great Britain is looking for an Adaptive MEAL and Impact Evaluation Advisor to provide strategic and technical advice to countries in HECA and SAF or the Asia region. The support is needed on MEAL in general, MEAL of systems change or innovation, and impact evaluation. Together with other AMEAL Advisors, the postholder will develop and implement adaptive and feminist MEAL and impact evaluation methodologies for OGB. The role ensures that MEAL practice is improved and drives decision-making around Oxfam’s values, technical standards, external influencing, and strengthens the quality of work. The postholder will be active in relevant learning spaces to ensure knowledge generation and use, contributing by facilitating learning and reflection, and providing tools, guidance, and practices.
What we are looking for:
Our next Adaptive MEAL and Impact Evaluation Advisor will have an in-depth understanding of/training in feminist leadership. You will have a solid understanding, commitment to and, ideally, experience with embedding decolonial, safe, anti-racist, intersectional feminist, and partner-led approach in their work. You will have a strong track record of leading and implementing programmatic evidence generation and use, including for complex programme portfolios. You will be able to design and implement robust MEAL systems and to conduct qualitative and quantitative data analysis using statistical packages, such as STATA and SPSS. You have excellent cross-cultural communication skills and a high level of analytical and strategic thinking and are a team player. Knowledge of design and implementation of impact evaluation is desirable.
This role will give you an opportunity to work on the critical issues of our time that capture global attention globally, presented in fresh ways and influencing policy and programming. You will be able to innovate methodologically, particularly on programmatic evidence generation and use, impact evaluation, and work across different geographies and organisations with passionate colleagues. You will be work as part of a team of OGB and confederation colleagues, and work closely with regional and country colleagues, to impact critical global challenges. You will be able to model MEAL and impact evaluations that support power shifts away from mainstream voices and approaches.
We believe flexible working is key to building the Oxfam of the future, so we’re open to talking through the type of flexible arrangements which might work for you.
How to apply:
As part of your online application, please upload your up to date CV and Cover Letter explaining your suitability against the essential criteria in the job profile.
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