Are you a student keen to gain experience in the international development sector before graduation? EGP is looking for a Monitoring & Evaluation Officer to help us continue to deliver community-led sustainable development projects abroad.
As a small committee (12 this year), we have spent the past year reflecting on our processes and role within the international development community. The past year has been challenging for the charity, as the international development sector has been forced to reconsider the ways it engages with what it does. The M&E role is a relatively new position in the charity, and we’re looking for someone who is keen to develop and formalise this role throughout the year. With 30 years of experience partnering with hosts abroad on projects, M&E is essential to ensuring that we continue to facilitate successful projects, and learn from the past.
Work closely with existing M&E officer in developing a clear and coherent MEAL (Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning) strategy
Working closely with Project Researcher during project selection process
Attend weekly committee meetings
EUSA office bearer
Confident in embracing new challenges and taking leadership positions
Committed to learning on the job
Creative and adaptable mindset
2021/22 Student at the University of Edinburgh
Passionate about the international development sector
Strong ability to work in a team
Prior MEL knowledge or experience
Experience using or building online databases
Prior position on a society committee
Experience in charity management
Scottish Registered Charity no. SC049236
Edinburgh Global Partnerships has been supporting sustainable community-led development projects overseas since 1990.