Global Communities

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager, Lebanon Community Support Program

Posted Date 1 day ago(2/19/2018 2:50 PM)
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The mission of Global Communities (formerly CHF International) is to create long-lasting, positive and community-led change that improves the lives and livelihoods of vulnerable people across the globe.

Global Communities is seeking a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager for an anticipated, USAID-funded Community Support Program in Lebanon. The purpose of this program will be to support municipalities and underserved and vulnerable communities in providing better services and enhanced economic opportunities to improve lives and reduce tensions that contribute to conflict and violence. The program will have a specific emphasis on community development.


The MEL manager will ensure that the activity is adequately monitored and support COP in developing and implementing the program’s performance and monitoring plan.


  • Bachelor’s degree in political science, sociology, economics, statistics or other related areas; advanced degree preferred.
  • A minimum of five years of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning experience, of which a minimum of three years of previous experience working with international cooperation agencies is required.
  • Experience working on a USAID- funded programs required. Experience on USAID contracts preferred.
  • Experience working on programs that utilize Community Driven Development (CDD) strongly preferred.
  • Previous experience designing and/or implementing assessments, evaluations and research.
  • Experience integrating Collaborating, Learning & Adapting (CLA) approaches into program design and implementation.
  • Experience working in the Middle East is required; experience in Lebanon is strongly preferred.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English required; Arabic and/or French skills preferred.
  • Lebanese nationals encouraged to apply.


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