Sierra Leone - Senior Programme, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager

Closing date: Monday 25th September 2017

Salary: SLL 161,543,296 gross per annum

Location: Freetown, Sierra Leone

“When young people are given enough capacity, support and trust, they are an unstoppable force for positive change.”
Primrose Manyalo, Zimbabwe

We are living in a time of Peak Youth. Never before and never again will there be such a large generation of young people ready and able to deliver change in their communities. These young people will provide not just the leaders of tomorrow but the energy to bring change today.

Restless Development has recently launched an ambitious new Global Strategy. Responding to the Priorities of young people with a Model for transformative change, our strategy will pioneer both a new type of decentralised Agency locally driven, globally connected and responding to young people and a Youth Collective allowing thousands of local groups & organisations and millions of young people to lead change.

Cutting-edge, values-led and dynamic in our culture, we work out of ten global hubs to offer expertise, support and innovation for youth and partners around the globe.

We are Restless. We are unleashing the power of youth to change our world.

Our office in Sierra Leone is looking for a Senior Programme Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Manager to oversee national programming and lead on all external and internal collaboration.

This role will be broad and provide excellent opportunities for professional growth. Working closely with the Head of Sierra Leone Hub, you will receive on-the-job support and development, and be part of a brand new values-led team. The role is well-suited to someone looking for a step-up from a Middle-level role, with an interest in people and organisational development.

The ideal candidate will have experience in monitoring, evaluation and learning, which should include overseeing evaluation studies and developing monitoring and evaluation frameworks. The individual should also have demonstrable interest in the areas of advocacy and campaigning; capacity building and youth engagement.

We will consider international candidates for this role, and offer a generous relocation package including relocation costs, annual flight home and quarterly staff payments on top of annual salary.

If you feel this role is for you, please download the job description and send a completed application form to by Monday 25th September 2017.






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