Master’s degree (or higher) in areas of statistics, project management, development management, research or relevant disciplines; equivalent qualifications or evidence of equivalent research and analysis experience
Minimum of 7 years of programming experience within the development sector, working in program management, technical, and/or MEAL roles including in managerial/leadership responsibilities, preferably linked to education and with the majority of that time focused on overseeing comprehensive MEAL systems that ensure programme effectiveness and quality.
Proficient in English, an Myanmar ethnic language, and Myanmar language.
Skills and Experience
Understanding of emergency/humanitarian and development contexts, with a preference for experience in both contexts.
Significant demonstrated experience and knowledge of monitoring systems, including robust and responsible data collection and use.
Demonstrated experience and knowledge of evidence generation and learning on what works (and doesn’t work) for children, including designing/commissioning, implementing and applying: needs assessments, baseline studies, evaluations and research, learning workshops, and learning agendas.
Direct experience of working with communities in participatory activities. Experience and knowledge of systems for accountability to children and communities, including information sharing, the participation of adults and children, and feedback and reporting mechanisms. Ability to prepare and facilitate technical MEAL training and workshops across countries in the region (including remotely).
Significant experience in Education Information Management Systems