Sightsavers is an international organisation that changes lives for the long term. We work in more than 30 countries to eliminate avoidable blindness and support people with visual impairments to live independently.
We do what we do because 80 per cent of blindness in the world is avoidable, and we think that’s astoundingly unfair.
We do it because people with disabilities deserve the same opportunities as everyone else.Responsibilities
The post-holder will provide technical support at all levels, from project to sector level, in line with the strategic focus on inclusion and systems strengthening. Supporting a global portfolio, the role requires up to eight weeks travel a year, locally and internationally.
Key accountabilities include, leading on the strengthening and design of quantitative monitoring and evaluation methodologies and tools with a focus on inclusive data; implementation of quantitative data collection; the development of data collection protocols; provision of technical support to internal and external partners; ensuring adaptive learning throughout the project lifecycle; supporting data flow mapping and data privacy impact assessments.
Skills and Experience
Demonstrable work experience in MEL and/or tertiary degree in a relevant field (international development, social sciences, public health
First class technical skills in monitoring evaluation and learning of flexible and adaptive programmes
Proven track record developing and using survey tools, app-based data collection (Comm Care) and managing varied sized datasets
Experience in understanding and responding to the complexities of working across multiple countries and continents in an international development organisation
Sound knowledge and experience producing analytical reports, using data visualisation software (PowerBI, Tableau etc)
An understanding of and commitment to equality of opportunity for marginalised groups.Proficient in identifying capacity needs to deliver training
Fluency in English
Ongoing right to work in Nigeria or Cameroon
Able to join Sightsavers by December 2023
Available to travel up to 8 weeks annually within Africa and Asia
Master’s qualification in relevant field
Fluency in other languages French, Portuguese, Bengali, Kiswahili
Knowledge of current issues relating to inclusive data and the utilisation of the Washington Group questions on disability
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