Non-profit Careers – Monitoring and Evaluation Manager at PEAS UK

Promoting Equality in African Schools (PEAS UK)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Deputy Country Director – Programmes and
Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting Manager (UK)
About PEAS:
PEAS is a UK-based charity with a mission
‘to unlock the potential of Africa by expanding access to affordable quality
secondary education’. We run the fastest growing network of sustainably
financed secondary schools in Africa. We currently have a network of 22 schools
across Uganda and Zambia, educating around 8,000 students. PEAS has recently
secured a grant from DFID as part of the Girls Education Challenge Fund, the purpose
of which is to drive learning and results for marginalised girls. PEAS is
supported by major corporate, government and private funders and our innovative
financial model is pioneering in the field of public private partnerships in
development education.
Job Summary: The Monitoring & Evaluation Manager
will be responsible for working with the PEAS UK M&E team to oversee the
monitoring and evaluation of PEAS Uganda’s activities, operations, and impact.
He / she will be responsible for working with the PEAS Uganda Deputy Country
Director – Programmes and the PEAS UK M,E&R Manager to set the Uganda
M&E team’s strategy and work plan, and to oversee the completion of tasks.
Alongside the Uganda M&E Officer, they will also be responsible for undertaking
on-going data collection, analysis and reporting responsibilities, including
the generation of reports for internal and external audiences on the status of
established indicators for a sub-set of schools within the PEAS network.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
applicant for the PEAS UK job opportunity should preferably possess a good
Bachelor degree (preferably in statistics, economics, international development
or similar)
least five years’ M&E experience at managerial level, preferably in the development
project management experience, with experience leading teams to deliver complex
data-handling and processing skills, including ability to work with Excel and
statistical packages
report writing, communication, and presentation skills; proficient in MS Word
and PowerPoint
people management skills with evidenced experience
analytical skills, with ability to synthesize large volumes of information and
draw out key findings
working knowledge of environment and current effective practice on monitoring
& evaluation
degree of flexibility to travel throughout Uganda
to interact positively with students and young children
to work under pressure and manage multiple deadlines
How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested
applicants should including an updated Word CV and a cover letter (Not PDFs)
outlining the reasons for applying to:
The Human Resource Manager
PEAS Uganda, P. O. Box 23308, Kampala,
Plot 2881, Block 216, Ntinda Kisaasi,
Mumbejja Road opposite Ndere Centre.
OR: Send your application and CV
only  to:
Deadline: 10th July, 2015 by

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