Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Coordinator

United Network of Young Peacebuilders

The United Network of Young Peacebuilders is looking for a Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Coordinator with responsibility for coordinating knowledge management as well as monitoring, evaluation, and learning processes within UNOY, starting in June/July 2024. This is a position of 0.8 FTE, based in The Hague. Working from the office is required for at least 50% of the working week.

Position Title: Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Coordinator
Position Type: Part-time staff (0.8 FTE) – 32 hrs/week from Monday to Thursday
Location: The Hague, The Netherlands

Organisation
UNOY Peacebuilders is a youth-led network of more than 100 youth organisations from around 70 countries in the world, working towards peaceful societies shaped by young People. Our International Secretariat is located in The Hague, the city of peace and justice. The secretariat is run by a young and dedicated international team of nine staff, four to six interns, and six remotely based regional coordinators. The leadership of the network is shared between two Co-Directors.

Eight years after the adoption of the first UN Security Council Resolution (2250) recognising the importance and role of youth in peacebuilding, UNOY has paved the way for critical developments in the Youth, Peace, and Security field. In 2021 we entered into a new strategic period, with a focus on five change objectives. Our goal is to continue shaping the global agenda for Youth, Peace and Security, by supporting youth-led creative approaches to peace, prioritising the protection of the civic space of young peacebuilders and resourcing young peacebuilders with knowledge, skills, attitudes and funds.

Position
We are now looking for a Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Coordinator who will be responsible for coordinating knowledge management as well as monitoring, evaluation, and learning processes within UNOY. As the Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Coordinator you will work closely with and be supervised by the Co-Director (Strategy).

We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds, genders, sexual orientations, nationalities, religions and beliefs. To foster meaningful participation of young people and youth leadership, we encourage candidates under the age of 27 to apply. In line with our commitment to inclusivity and diversity, we also encourage applications from transgender and non-binary people, people of colour, and people with a disability, as they remain underrepresented in the field.

Important notice: We can only consider applicants that are allowed to work in the Netherlands for at least the next 2 years. We are NOT able to support work permit applications.

You will be responsible for:

Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning (MEL):
● Lead the data collection/analysis in UNOY’s network-wide survey;
● Support the drafting of UNOY’s Annual Reviews;
● Lead the data analysis for UNOY’s Participants’ Review, a survey for participants in activities organised by UNOY, and the development of the related report;
● Support programmatic staff in project and advocacy MEL;
● Lead monitoring, evaluation and learning processes at UNOY.

Strategic Planning
● Support in the development of UNOY’s new Strategic Plan;
● Develop and implement the new Plan’s monitoring framework.

Donor reporting
● Support in narrative reporting to donors;
● Lead data collection on indicators submitted to the European Commission as part of the multi-year partnership, and support in narrative reporting to the EC.

You’re great for the job if you have:
● A relevant university or higher vocational education degree in peace and conflict studies, international relations, social and development studies, or equivalent;
● At least 2 years experience (paid or voluntary) working in peacebuilding and / or youth work;
● Demonstrated experience of at least 1 year in data collection and analysis;
● Experience with MEL design and / or implementation;
● Proficiency in English;
● An inclusive approach to collaboration and a proactive attitude to your job.

You’re perfect if you also have:
● Knowledge and understanding of network organisations;
● Experience in organisational development and/or strategic planning processes;
● Additional language skills, especially French.

We will offer you:
● A unique position in a global network of young peacebuilders with a solid track record of successfully mobilising youth;
● A dynamic, young and international work environment both in the office and within the wider network;
● A paid contract for a position of 0.8 FTE (32h per week), for an initial 1 year contract (with a 1 month probation period) and a possibility to renew on an annual basis;
● A monthly gross salary of €2421 (0.8 FTE), with potential for annual growth within UNOY’s salary scale.

How to apply

How to apply:
Send your resume (max 2 A4 pages) and Application Form (available in our website) to [email protected]. Only applicants that comply with this procedure will be considered. If you have any questions, please email [email protected]. The deadline for submissions is 23 April 2024 23:59 CET. Interviews will take place in the week of the 29th of April.


Deadline: 23 Apr 2024