About Concern: Concern Worldwide is a non-governmental, international, humanitarian organization dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries. Concern has been working in Turkey since August 2013 and currently looking for 1 (one) qualified M&E Assistant (National Position) for an EU Trust Fund funded project, Building Tomorrow.
This offer is conditional on Concern receiving all necessary government permits and approvals to begin the project.
Job Title: M&E Assistant
Reporting Line: MEAL Officer or AREA Manager
Working closely with: MEAL and Programme teams
Job Status: Fixed term – 3 months
Job Grade: E
Job Purpose: The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Assistant is responsible to ensure implementing Monitoring Evaluation Accountability and Learning (MEAL) framework to ensure programme quality and accountability through efficient and effective collection, receipt, input and review of information relating to Concern’s Building Tomorrow Programme in Turkey. The jobholder will be performing her/his responsibility through implementing M&E activities in Concern’s program locations in Turkey. This will be done in line with Concern’s organizational strategies, policies and procedures as well as the project design. The jobholder will be responsible for collection of monitoring information, data and performing their responsibility in collaboration with programme teams.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
- To support the monitoring and evaluation of Concern’s Building Tomorrow Programme in Turkey through PDM, household visits, focus group discussions, and other data collection methods as required
- Effective participation in and implementation of needs assessments, base line and end line assessments, and other related tasks as required
- Provide field information for documenting learning for program quality improvement, and support the preparation of program performance reports
- To ensure that beneficiaries, community members and other stakeholders are fully informed of the M&E processes being implemented
- Ensure the accuracy and quality of information collected by the M&E and program teams, and assisting with the efficient processing and analysis of data
- To communicate cordially and respectfully at all times with the community and program teams, while being both understanding and evaluative of project implementation
- To support the function of the accountability as needed
- To work as part of a team; providing support where necessary in other administrative, information management or M&E tasks
- Support and promote the standards outlined in the Programme Participant Protection Policy and Concern Code of Conduct, and to be committed to provide a safe working environment
- Assist Programme Staff in daily tasks, if/when needed
- Any other duties as assigned by the Area Manager
Minimum Education, Qualifications & Experience Required:
- Bachelor’s degree in statistics, economics, development studies, sociology or relevant disciplines with expertise in research methods and data analysis
- One year experience in an M&E, accountability or program quality role with a humanitarian organization
- Good understanding of the role and purpose of M&E and accountability for humanitarian organisations
- Good communications skills with an ability to support producing reports
- Computer literate with experience data management and using smart applications for M&E
- Good Turkish or Arabic Language skills
Preference will be given to candidates who have:
- Ability to work in a systematic and organized manner
- Good English language skills
- Work independently and take initiative
- Commitment to beneficiary accountability and humanitarian principles
- Have the Ability to work under pressure and to deadlines
- Adhere to the standards of conduct outlined in the Programme Participant Protection Policy and Concern Code of Conduct
If you feel that your qualifications and experience match our requirements, and you share a commitment to Concern’s values, please send both a covering letter and an up-to-date CV by 16.09.2020
Please note, both CV and cover letter should be in English and the role you are applying for set out clearly in the email subject-header
Equal opportunities: Concern values diversity in the workplace and is a committed equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all suitable candidates regardless of gender, race, family or marital status, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, disability, class, caste or religion.
- Please detail the position applied for in the email subject-header
- Please detail the location applied for in the email or subject-header
- Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview
- Application Closing Date: 16.09.2020
Concern Code of Conduct and its Associated Policies
Concern has an organizational Code of Conduct (CCoC) with three Associated Policies; the Programme Participant Protection Policy (P4), the Child Safeguarding Policy and the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Policy. These have been developed to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants from exploitation, and to clarify the responsibilities of Concern staff, consultants, visitors to the programme and partner organization, and the standards of behaviour expected of them. In this context, staff have a responsibility to the organization to strive for, and maintain, the highest standards in the day-to-day conduct in their workplace in accordance with Concern’s core values and mission. Any candidate offered a job with Concern Worldwide will be expected to sign the Concern Staff Code of Conduct and Associated Policies as an appendix to their contract of employment. By signing the Concern Code of Conduct, candidates acknowledge that they have understood the content of both the Concern Code of Conduct and the Associated Policies and agree to conduct themselves in accordance with the provisions of these policies.
We are an international humanitarian organisation dedicated to tackling poverty and suffering in the world’s poorest countries.
We work in partnership with the very poorest people in these countries, directly enabling them to improve their lives, as well as using our knowledge and experience to influence decisions made at a local, national and international level that can significantly reduce extreme poverty. In 2015, we positively impacted the lives of 22.5 million people.