Vacancy: Planning & Monitoring Coordinator | WWF

Vacancy: Planning & Monitoring Coordinator

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20 December 2019
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POSITION NAME                              Planning & Monitoring Coordinator
REPORTS TO                                       Country Manager Suriname & Guyana
LOCATION                                           Paramaribo, Suriname
DEADLINE                                            January 31, 2020
Under the supervision of the Country Director, the Planning & Monitoring Coordinator will direct the planning and monitoring program of WWF Guianas. The objective is to give institutional guidance in planning, monitoring and reporting.
The specific responsibilities of the Planning & Monitoring Coordinator include:
  • Facilitate, and further improve, the design, reporting and planning and monitoring program to achieve goals of the program in alignment with the Strategic Plan;
  • Facilitate the development of logic models (e.g. Theory of Change), essential planning & monitoring tools (e.g. monitoring plan with measurable indicators, data collection tools) and support in putting these into practice for optimal adaptive management practices;
  • Work with internal & external stakeholders (e.g. donors) in collecting and analyzing data, and ensuring effective communication of results to key audiences;
  • Work closely with the international WWF-network;
  • Contribute to embedding the importance of planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning into Nature Conservation;
  • Co-develop and/or provide advice on evaluation design and methodology and provide hands on support if needed. 
Education and Experience
  • Professional title in relevant field of Social Science or Nature Conservation;
  • At least 3 years in the area of Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning;
  • Knowledge of design, planning, (impact) monitoring and evaluation tools (PME processes);
  • Preferably experience with qualitative methods such as Outcome Harvesting;
  • Experience in Nature Conservation sector and/or International development sector is an advantage.
Abilities and Skills:
  • You work independently, have strong analytical skills with an eye for detail;
  • Strong in coordination and planning to deliver on time;
  • Results oriented, hands-on, flexible, cooperative and creative;
  • Excellent knowledge and use of English language;
  • You have strong social and communication skills to engage others (in various cultural contexts) and the ability to liaise with senior management staff and other relevant staff in different functional areas;
Interested candidates should submit their application letter and CV electronically to:
The application deadline is January 31 , 2020.