MEAL Coordinator

Women's Rehabilitation Centre (WOREC)

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MEAL Coordinator

Job Description

Women’s Rehabilitation Centre (WOREC) is a national level NGO working for women's human rights and to ensure women empowerment through protection and promotion of human rights and social justice focusing on campaigns against violence against women, and women's economic, social and cultural rights nation-wide. Our working districts with offices are spread over Morang, Sunsari, Udayapur, Dhanusha, Mahottari, Sarlahi, Dang, Kailali, Rukum and additional working districts are Rupandehi, Kapilvastu, Kanchanpur, Jagarkot, Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Kavrepalanchok and Saptari district.  The Central Office is located in Lalitpur. 

Position Title: Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Coordinator 

Duty Station: Central Office, Lalitpur with frequent field visit

The MEAL Coordinator will work under direct supervision from the Executive Director and in close coordination with the Program Manager. S/He will work with support from all the District Coordinators, Program Officers, Program Coordinators, and Documentation Officer. She/He will lead and guide support in data collection, analysis, and track activities implementation, achievements, learnings, and good practices to help ensure accountability and efficiency from start to end of all programs and projects. The MEAL coordinator should have an understanding of unequal gender and power relations and should have the skills to track power shifts through projects and overall organizational interventions.

Specific Responsibilities

  • The MEAL Coordinator will be responsible for developing and implementing a Results-Based MEAL System. For this, she/he will work in coordination with relevant program and research team members to design formats, tools, and formal M&E guidelines per project for data collection and documentation. S/he will provide project-related insights to the Central and District-level staff regarding the projects and WOREC’s outreach (CBOs, PNGOs, Community groups, etc.).
  • Formulate organization’s MEAL action plans in alignment with the strategic document. S/He should ensure that every plan is comprehended and executed correctly by the organizational team members.
  • Undertake and provide MEAL capacity building, technical support, and training to the program team, along with partner organizations.
  • Adopt a feminist lens in the process of collecting and analyzing the data and harvesting the achievements and learnings. Develop the learning documents that challenge unequal gender and power relations and encourage the formulation of approaches to bring about transformative change.
  • Ensure that the project activities and outcomes are aligned with the organizational strategic plan.
  • Coordinate with relevant internal and external stakeholders, prepare and update formal guidelines, technical tools, and standards for MEAL activities, and promote the use of the M&E process in line with the organization’s norms and standards for monitoring and evaluation purposes.
  • Monitor target Vs achievement of the planned activities along with budget Vs expenses (financial monitoring) on a monthly basis. Similarly, take into consideration the log frame of each project and assess the implementation status, achievements, outcomes, and impacts of those projects. Work with respective project coordinators to support documentation, record-keeping, and reporting of achievements based on the log frame of the projects.
  • Analyze case studies, success stories, and case documentation in accordance with interventions made by the organization (case stories related to the right to food, livelihood, health, migration, and access to justice) through different projects with support from the Database and Documentation Unit.
  • Validate, analyze, and utilize the data and recommend necessary corrective measures for the improvement of the projects and programs.
  • Develop and review mid-term and annual progress MEAL reports. Similarly, support in the validation of data in the narrative reports of each program and project.
  • Plan field visits on a periodic basis to capture and record success stories, good practices, achievements, and impacts of campaigns/programs/projects along with cross-verification of data provided from the field as part of the monitoring and evaluation system.
  • Contribute to the campaign as per the requirement inside the organization and attend relevant internal meetings, workshops, and other discussion forums.
  • Attend related internal and external meetings, workshops, and other discussion forums organized by the organization, partner, and donor agencies.

Basic Qualifications

  • Master's Degree in Social Work, sociology, Demography and any other relevant subject.
  • Proficient in MS Office package (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and Monitoring and Evaluation Tools, methodologies, software
  • Minimum of 3 years work experience in similar Position 

Organizational Values 

  • Accountability: Our commitment to achieving our goals with purpose and focusing on results entails taking ownership of our actions and ensuring that we hold ourselves accountable. We also advocate for accountability among others for their actions.
  • Intersectionality: We recognize that gender intersects with other aspects of identity such as race, class, sexuality, and ability, we emphasize on addressing multiple forms of discrimination and oppression.
  • Empowerment: We facilitate empowerment of women, girls and marginalized community to have control over their own lives, choices, and bodies, free from societal constraints and expectations.
  • Social Justice: We advocate for a more just and equitable society, challenging systems of power and privilege that perpetuate inequality.
  • Inclusiveness: We value diversity and believe that every individual, irrespective of visible or invisible distinctions, has something valuable to contribute.

Applying Procedures: WOREC encourages women and candidates from Dalit/Janajati and sexual minority to apply. 

Qualified candidates may send cover letter detailing their experience and motivation for the current position with an updated CV to by 4th June, 2024. 

The application without cover letter and CV will not be considered for the position.

Only the shortlisted candidates will be called for written test and interview. No telephone calls will be entertained.

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Category Development and Project, NGO/INGO/Social work
Openings 1
Position Type Full Time
Experience 3+ years
Education Post Graduate / Masters in related field.
Posted Date 24 May, 2024
Apply Before 04 Jun, 2024
City Lalitpur