Do you have experience of strategic planning, monitoring, learning and evaluation and a passion for human rights? Do you want to work in an international environment with colleagues all over the world? Then you might be the one we are looking for.
About the role
The Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer is responsible for providing support to develop and ensure efficient, effective, uniformed and aligned processes, procedures and systems for planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning of Civil Rights Defenders. The PME Officer functions as an advisory support to the organisation on areas related to planning, monitoring, learning and evaluation. The PME Officer supports and facilitates learning and exchange throughout the organisation to help guide Civil Rights Defenders in line with its strategy.
As PME Officer you will report to the Head of Method Unit.
The role offers great variety, including work tasks such as:
- Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (PMEL) processes, frameworks and methods.
- Results Based Management (RBM).
- Strategic PMEL and RBM at organisational level.
- Organisational capacity building and internal learning on PMEL/RBM.
- Networking, learning and exchange on PMEL.
- Strategic results reporting at various levels.
As a person, you are solutions driven and you tackle challenges with enthusiasm and flexibility to fulfil our mission and vision.
You have the ability to analyse numerical data and other sources of information, to break them into component parts, patterns and relationships and you apply your expertise and knowledge to achieve best results possible in any given situation.
It’s easy for you to build wide and effective networks both within and outside the organisation and you relate well to people at all levels. You express opinions, information and key points in a well-structured and logical way.
To be suitable for this role you have:
- A Bachelor’s degree in Law, Political Science, International Relations or similar
- At least 3 years of previous experience from developing/designing organisational strategic PME and learning systems/framework, methods, procedures, or guidelines in an international organisation.
- Experience from working in an international organisation.
- Experience with results-based management.
- Good understanding of development cooperation in general and Sweden’s support to civil society in particular.
- Good knowledge in rights-based approach to development, as well as gender, environment and conflict sensitivity.
- Good understanding of the principles of aid and development effectiveness.
- Basic skills in Microsoft 365 (Teams, Outlook, Excel, PPT, Word).
Experience in working in different geographic contexts is highly preferable as well as knowledge in international standards on human rights, gender, environment and conflict.
About the employment
This is a full-time permanent employment with 6 months probationary employment, starting in January 2024 or according to an agreement. As an organisation, we strive for diversity and we see your background, experience and personality as a contribution to the organisation. You will be based in Stockholm at our headquarters.
We offer you a pleasant and modern workplace that values flexibility when it comes to working hours and the possibility to work remotely. We apply Collective Agreement with Fremia.
Please apply as soon as possible as we recruit on an ongoing basis, but no later than 9 December 2023.
For more information about the position, please contact recruiting manager Naomi Eissinger: firstname.lastname@example.org
Local union representative: email@example.com (Unionen).
Civil Rights Defenders is a politically and religiously independent international human rights organisation. We defend people’s civil and political rights in some of the world’s most repressive regions. We partner with and support human rights defenders in more than 300 organisations in 50 countries on four continents. Together with our partners, we hold those in power accountable when people’s civil or political rights are violated. We also act as Sweden’s civil rights watchdog.
Civil Rights Defenders has around 100 staff members working in various functions towards our vision - a world of democratic societies in which we all enjoy our civil and political rights. Our headquarter is located in Stockholm, and we have eight branch offices around the world. Learn more about our work at crd.org.