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IPC: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Senior Manager

IPC: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Senior Manager

The International Paralympic Committee is looking for a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Senior Manager for a maternity cover for a 12-month contract.

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) offers the position of a full-time Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Senior Manager (f/m/x) in an international and multicultural team at the IPC Headquarters in Bonn, Germany, starting in October 2022.

The role

The Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Senior Manager is accountable to the Head of Membership and will be responsible for providing strategic and evidence-based support to the Membership and Impact Department’s decision-making process, overseeing the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning function.

The Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Senior Manager plays a key role in the leadership team of the department by providing insights and guidance to strategy and programming.

The duration of the contract is twelve months, running from October 2022 until September 2023.

Core responsibilities

Monitoring

  • Provide technical oversight and support to leadership, projects and staff in planning and implementing Monitoring & Evaluation systems and activities, data-based decision-making, and results reporting
  • Generate quarterly reports tracking project progress against key indicators
  • Design, oversee and report on data collection processes related to the Membership and Impact Department’s contributions to the IPC strategic plan
  • Supervise, mentor, and build the capacity of Monitoring, Engagement and Learning staff and project teams

Evaluation

  • Plan and implement field visits for project data validation and capturing lessons learned
  • Plan and implement both internal and external project evaluations

Learning

  • Support the Chief Membership and Impact Officer in developing a research strategy, the focus of which is capturing the return on investment from Para sport
  • Plan and implement project learning activities
  • Capture and document lessons learned, ensuring these are built into ongoing and future activities

Information management

  • Oversee the concept review of IPC’s Extranet for facilitating lessons and experience sharing among members
  • Oversee the set-up of the Membership Department SharePoint

Core requirements

  • University degree or equivalent education in International Development, Sport for Development, Social Sciences, Research Methods, or related field
  • Eight years’ work experience developing and implementing monitoring and evaluation systems related to sport development, sport for development and/or international development
  • Solid knowledge of Results Based Management (RBM), including the design and development of logic models and performance measurement frameworks at organisation, programme and project levels
  • Experience using statistical software for data analysis
  • Knowledge of gender mainstreaming and inclusion approaches to monitoring and evaluation
  • Experience leading and developing teams
  • Proven capacity to coordinate multiple projects at the same time through effective planning and organisation skills
  • Proven ability to take initiative when problems arise, propose solutions, support decision-making processes, and successfully navigate change
  • Able to adapt and to maintain a positive, solution-oriented attitude
  • Strategic thinker, with the ability to engage at detailed project level
  • Advanced proficiency in using Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)
  • Excellent verbal and written command of the English language

Desired requirements

  • Knowledge and experience in a sport’s organisation
  • Proven experience handling SharePoint and related tools, such as Power Automate and Power Apps
  • Fluency in additional languages

To apply

If you are interested and provide a good match with our requirements, please send your CV and cover letter in English and in pdf to MembershipJobs@paralympic.org.

For this position, we will review applications and interview candidates on a rolling basis.

The IPC is an equal opportunity employer, and we especially encourage individuals with a disability and members of minority groups to apply; we support the relocation process and provide transitional accessible accommodation.

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