Director, Strategic Information for Impact (Wash DC)

Tracking Code430-566

The Director of the Strategic Information for Impact (SII) Unit is responsible for managing the SII unit and for leading the PCI monitoring, learning and evaluation (MLE) strategy aimed at amplifying PCI’s global impact by enhancing program quality and implementation, driving innovation, informing policy, and increasing funding to reach 20 million lives and beyond. This position requires high engagement in professional networking in the Washington, DC area in the monitoring and evaluation international PVO/NGO environment. In addition, it provides support to program staff at the International Office (IO) and in the field in MLE and reporting. S/he will serve as the primary PCI representative and liaison with field teams. Priority areas of focus include: supporting the implementation and monitoring of strategic information systems to improve programmatic quality, documentation, and program development efforts organization-wide; provide technical assistance in MLE system design and rollout for start-up countries and new programs; monitor the implementation of MLE plans and provides technical assistance and capacity building as needed; supports the coordination, design and implementation of selected project evaluations, including baseline assessments and special studies; provide technical assistance and capacity building to field and IO staff in reporting skills; conducts report reviews and coordinates complex report writing processes as needed; contributes to the development of proposals and the preparation of abstracts for conference presentation and of manuscripts for publication as needed; contributes to the measurement and documentation of achievements under PCI’s strategic plan; and maintaining collaborative working relationships and efficient communication among all professional and community partners.

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