Monitoring & Evaluation Officer

at The Global Fund for Survivors of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence
Published May 24, 2023
Location Geneva, Switzerland
Category General  
Job Type Full Time  


The overall role of the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer is to support GSF monitoring and evaluation of the projects for interim reparative measures (IRM) worldwide. Since the number of IRM projects is growing, this role will be divided amongst GSF current M&E officer and this open vacancy. Together the M&E team will work on the streamlining monitoring, evaluation and learning for the interim reparative measures project within the ACT pillar. A great emphasis of this role lies in the implementation of the impact evaluations.

The M&E officer will work in close collaboration with the M&E officer already involved in the projects for interim reparative measures, within the Programmes department, under the responsibility of the Senior Project Officer, building on the GSF’s M&E capacity.

Position Responsibilities

Contribute to the development and strengthening of GSF’s monitoring, evaluation and learning framework;
Coordinate the measurement of the impact evaluations of interim reparative measures in project countries, in coordination with project coordinators and partner organisations. This will include training of staff and project teams, visiting project countries to facilitate data collection, dealing with logistical issues as required, and overseeing data collection;
Carrying out data analysis procedures and generating evidence of the impact of IRM projects through quantitative and qualitative analysis;
Drafting baseline, interim and final evaluations of IRM projects;
Support and assist the quarterly and annual reporting of IRM countries including refining and monitoring of GSF’s key performance indicators;
Facilitate the development of Theories of Change outlining how the expected results are likely to occur and listing key assumptions and risks in project countries;

Education and Experience

Relevant academic background (MSc or MA in e.g., development, research, social science, statistics);
3 to 5 years professional experience in developing, implementing, managing, monitoring and evaluating projects that include a human rights angle, preferably related to conflict related sexual violence, reparation and/or transitional justice;
Experience working with national civil society organizations and survivors of conflict related sexual violence, and strong knowledge of the survivor-centric approach, in line with existing good practice and guiding principles;

Other Requirements

English is the working language of the Global Survivors Fund; fluency in written and spoken English is essential; good knowledge of French is also required;
Professional demeanour and excellent communication skills;
Strong experience in working in culturally sensitive ways;
Robust planning and organization skills, strong sense of initiative, ability to identify priorities and adjust plans and actions as necessary, and work with autonomy;
Attention to detail and rigour;

How to apply

Please send your CV and cover letter with “Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Application” as email subject

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