FHI 360 is a global development organization, with a rigorous, evidence-based approach to human development. Our team of professionals includes experts in health, nutrition, education, economic development, civil society, environment and research. FHI 360 operates from over 60 offices with more than 4000employees in the United States and around the world. Our commitment to partnerships at all levels and our multi-disciplinary approach allows us to have a lasting impact on the people, communities and countries we serve by improving the lives of millions. We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Director for an upcoming USAID-funded opportunity in Guatemala, Honduras and Paraguay entitled the USAID LAC Regional Higher Education Scholarships for Youth Workforce Development. This position will be based in Guatemala and is contingent upon award.
The LAC Regional Higher Education Scholarships for Youth Workforce Development opportunity will provide scholarships to youth from marginalized populations who are planning to pursue post-secondary education. The overall goal of the activity is to improve youth access to and completion of labor-market relevant degrees or certification, and to increase employability of marginalized youth in appropriate growth sectors. The program will feature a focus on both human and institutional capacity development through a two-fold approach: 1) provision of scholarships for students to attend selected local (LAC region) Higher Education institutions (HEIs), including wrap-around support services to assist them to enter and succeed in the formal labor market, and 2) the strengthening of institutional capacity of select HEIs in provision of student support services and private sector engagement with the goal of better serving targeted student populations beyond the scope of the USAID award. Focus countries are Guatemala, Honduras and Paraguay.
The MEL Director is responsible for establishing and managing the project’s overall M&E system including the development and refinement of key performance indicators, tracking all progress made towards meeting program/contract results, indicators, and targets, including impacts on access, retention, completion, organizational performance, ensuring that they are being consistently and systematically tracked and reported. The MEL Director serves as the key interlocutor for the MEL team, including team members located in Guatemala, Honduras and Paraguay, and education authorities. He/she designs and implements assessments, conducts data quality assurance, oversees aggregation of MEL team inputs for quarterly and annual reporting, and leads CLA activities. He/she collaborates with sub-grantees to provide feedback on data collection and indicators and analyzes data reported from sub-grantees; and supports training of M&E personnel in quality assurance methods. The MEL Director collaborates with the program team to design and operationalize research to support learning, evaluation, and planning, and oversees the implementation, analysis, dissemination, and use of research products. He/she shares MEL data and improvement plans and collaborates with staff and stakeholders on strategies for program improvements for greater program effects.
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