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Consortium Monitoring Evaluation & Learning Manager at Leonard Cheshire

We are looking for a talented individual to work alongside our programme lead and consortium partners in the monitoring and evaluation of Kenya Skills for Prosperity (KS4P) initiative in Kenya.

Kenya Skills for Prosperity (KS4P) is a new programme that will improve access to HE and TVET education for marginalised and unemployed youth, will strengthen education to industry links and develop an enabling environment for a strong skills ecosystem through technical assistance and capacity building.

The role will lead the implementation of the project M &E framework in collaboration with consortium partners, it will be responsible for the coordination and relationship management of external evaluators for the timely implementation of end line evaluation.

The successful postholder will lead on the reporting of data and will oversee the development of a robust data management system.

This role must be prepared to travel, often at short notice.


About you

You will have demonstrable experience of designing, developing and implementing monitoring and evaluation frameworks and systems for data collection across complex projects with multiple partners across different countries.

You will be literate in quantitative, qualitative and participatory research methods and conducting field work in development context. Highly familiar and competent with data analysis tools such as Excel, SPSS and NVivo.

You will enjoy relationship building and coordination across a wide range of internal and external stakeholders for evaluation and learning purposes.

You will actively ensure processes for data quality and data protection are in place for the consortium and embed a compliance culture.

In return we can promise you a flexible and fun work environment with a strong emphasis on teamwork, personal and skills development.


About Leonard Cheshire

As one of the world’s leading charities for disabled people, we believe disabled people should have the freedom to live their lives the way they choose – with the opportunity and support to live independently, to contribute economically and to participate fully in society.

With 5,000 staff and 10,000 volunteers supporting nearly 70,000 people in the UK and around the world, we provide support to 2,500 people in a variety of UK living services including supported living, nursing, and day centre facilities.  We also support 12,000 young people in the UK with skills, confidence, and employment programmes. Internationally, we are a specialist development NGO delivering inclusive education, youth leadership and access to livelihoods programmes to more than 50,000 people in 15 countries across Asia and Africa.


What we Offer

  • Fair and competitive pay rates
  • A generous employer contribution to a company pension scheme
  • Substantial annual leave, with the option to buy or sell leave
  • Medical insurance
  • Travel insurance if you travel with Leonard Cheshire


Further information

We seek candidates with a genuine commitment to the values and ethos of Leonard Cheshire who are excited by this opportunity to make a difference to the lives of people with a disability.

Leonard Cheshire welcomes applications from all sections of the community and we strongly encourage applications from persons with lived experience of disability.

A police check will be required for this role as well as the right to live and work in Kenya.

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