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Job title: Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator, Tuvalu – Pacific Labour Facility

Company: Palladium: Make It Possible

Job description: Role The Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Coordinator will support the Department of Labour (DOL) within the Government to collect and use their own data on labour mobility. The role will also help to implement the Department of Labour Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Framework, coordinate with research partners, advocating for communication initiatives and promote Gender Equality, Diversity and Social Inclusion (GEDSI) objectives. The M&E Coordinator will work closely with the Pacific Labour Facility Program Manager (PM), and the DOL management. The role will be supervised by the Quality, Learning and Performance (QLP) Manager. Primary Duties And Responsibilities Under the direction of the QLP Manager, the M&E Coordinator will support the work of the Quality, Learning and Performance (QLP) Unit within the PLF and the DOL, the Local Sending Unit (LSU) within the Ministry of Public Works, Infrastructure, environment, Labour, Meteorology and Disaster (MPWIELMD) They will: Identify information/data gaps in the DOL data collection and work with the DOL and other stakeholders to develop strategies to address gaps. Develop an information plan that identifies what information will be collected, timeframes, capacity and resourcing required. Support the DOL in implementing and reviewing the DOL M&E framework. Design appropriate data collection methods and engage in data collection activities for the DOL and PLF. Identify training and support needs at the DOL and provide training as required. Assist with the storage and uptake of the DOL’s own data, including working with the DOL to improve data quality and in-country databases. Facilitate QLP data collection amongst the DOL and beyond, as well as inform DOL on in-country information gaps, needs and use. Identify key M&E/research/GEDSI/reintegration opportunities in-country, especially related to critical information needs. Assist in-country QLP-led activities, including GEDSI analyses; M&E activities; research (both internal and external) and reintegration. Share with QLP/PLF key documents and information that are being generated in-country or by other donors. Disseminate and promote the uptake of monitoring and evaluation and research amongst the NEC in their planning and management. Collaborate with the IRD Coordinator and support IRD related activities. Collaborate with PLF Communications unit to support the DOL in implementing communication products such as success stories, etc. Undertake and deliver the outcomes and objectives of the role in accordance with the expected Core Capabilities, Ways of Working, Values of ONE PLF, the Public Service Code of Conduct and MPWIELMD values. The Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator, Tuvalu will possess the following qualifications and experience: Tertiary Qualifications in Social Sciences; Management; Business/Commerce and/or other relevant disciplines. Experience in qualitative and/or quantitative research and data analysis. Experience in managing and implementing projects. Experience working with, and fostering relationships with, a range of stakeholders including government, civil society organisations, academic institutions, private sector, and development partners. Excellent English written and verbal communication skills for high-level external engagement and report writing. Experience in facilitating workshops, training activities and coaching/mentoring of others. Demonstrated technical skills in data collection and analysis with MS products, especially Excel. Familiarity with Management Information Systems related to data collection and reporting. Understanding of Pacific Labour Mobility programs Local – they will understand local customs, traditions, and languages. Senior – they will have a history of successes, failures and most importantly, learnings. They will know that the work they will be doing will have many twists and turns. Relationship builders – they will know how to build and foster relationships with government partners, including how to tailor their working approach depending on the context and people around them. Self-motivated – demonstrate high levels of initiative and work remotely (from the majority of the QLP team) as well as plan and manage their work to fit both the NEC and QLP priorities. Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion, particularly in a cross-cultural context. Due to the evolving nature of our program, it is possible that an Adviser may be expected to undertake duties that fall outside the remit of their original Terms of Reference to ensure the ongoing success of the program. Where This Is Required, The Following Will Occur The adviser has the skills and experience to fulfil the duties. This arrangement will be short term in nature. Application Requirements This position is a Tuvalu based role. Applications close on 19 March 2024. The successful candidate will be offered an initial contract to 31 December 2024. Company Overview About Palladium – Palladium is a global leader in the design, development and delivery of Positive Impact – the intentional creation of enduring social and economic value. We work with governments, businesses, and investors to solve the world’s most pressing challenges. With a team of more than 3,000 employees operating in 90 plus countries and a global network of over 35,000 experts, we help improve economies, societies and, most importantly, people’s lives. Project Overview The Pacific Labour Facility (PLF) works with DFAT and DEWR to support the administration of the PALM scheme and facilitate opportunities for Australian employers to connect with workers from the Pacific and Timor Leste. The PLF is managed by Palladium and has been established as a trusted intermediary in supporting Australia-Pacific circular labour mobility. Equity, Diversity & Inclusion – Palladium is committed to embedding equity, diversity, and inclusion into everything we do. We welcome applications from all sections of society and actively encourage diversity to drive innovation, creativity, success and good practice. We positively welcome and seek to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce; and that all job applicants and employees receive equal and fair treatment regardless of their background or personal characteristics. These include: (but are not limited to) socio-economic background, age, race, gender identity and expression, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, nationality, veteran, marital or Indigenous status. Should you require any adjustments or accommodations to be made due to a disability or you are a neurodivergent individual or for any other circumstance, please email our team at [HIDDEN TEXT] and we will be in touch to discuss. Safeguarding – We define Safeguarding as ‘the preventative action taken by Palladium to protect our people, clients and the communities we work with from harm’. We are committed to ensuring that all children and adults who come into contact with Palladium are treated with respect and are free from abuse. All successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced selection process including safeguarding-focused interviews and a rigorous due diligence process.

Location: Silchar, Assam

Job date: Sat, 06 Apr 2024 22:46:27 GMT