Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Advisor, Nossal Institute, University of Melbourne (Melbourne)
Closing date: Sunday 2nd May 2021, 5.00pm AEST
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Elevate your professional experience in monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning (MEAL) by contributing solutions to a critical global health and development challenge. We are seeking an experienced MEAL professional to be responsible for designing and delivering MEAL processes and activities across a large multi-year multi-partner project funded by USAID.
The Learning, Acting and Building for Rehabilitation in Health Systems (ReLAB-HS) project brings together academics, applied researchers and implementing partners to deliver innovative solutions to better integrate rehabilitation into health systems. ReLAB-HS will be delivered in target countries in Africa, Asia and Europe with supporting activities in the Pacific.
The position will suit an experienced MEAL professional who is excited and energised by the opportunity to contribute towards maximising the impact of this global initiative. The successful candidate will be comfortable working with diverse stakeholders and in promoting learning between and across teams from culturally and disciplinary diverse backgrounds. They will also have a track record of delivering practical MEAL solutions across complex donor funded projects.
This is a full-time opportunity, on an initial 12-month fixed term contract.
Details of how to apply:
Candidates are requested to submit a CV (maximum 4 pages), covering letter, and a separate statement addressing the selection criteria outlined in the position description. Applications should be sent to with ‘Application- MEAL Advisor’ as the subject line.
The Nossal Institute is committed to workplace equity and diversity and encourages applications from candidates with diverse cultural backgrounds and people with disability.
Applicants with eligibility to work in Australia preferred.
Relevant background checks will be completed prior to any offer of employment.
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