RNW Media is an international organisation that builds digital communities for social change. The organisation uses online media to engage young people (15-30 years old) on sensitive and often-taboo subjects – from love, sex and relationships to civic participation. Through their platforms, young people get comprehensive science- and rights-based information and a safe space to focus on their aspirations and engage in constructive dialogue about what really matters to them.

​RNW Media has partnered with NGO Recruit to assist in the search for a PMEL Manager.

We are looking for a pro-active team player with seven years of professional experience in planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning (PMEL) in an international development context preferably with SRHR and Human Rights/Democracy programmes.

The successful candidate will possess good knowledge of and experience with qualitative and quantitative (digital) research methods. S/he will be responsible for overseeing and ensuring the design, implementation and realisation of baseline(s), mid-term(s) and end of project evaluation(s), surveys and other components of the PMEL system.

The successful candidate will be passionate about driving social change. You also become part of a young and multi-cultural team of professionals representing several countries, working both in the Netherlands and other focus countries.

For more information and application instructions, please see link.

Only applicants with a valid residence and work permit for the Netherlands will be considered.

Application Deadline: 15 September

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