Monitoring and Evaluation Manager

Central London offices (41 Portland Place, W1B 1QH); currently operating in a hybrid and agile way

Salary: starting from £41,677 + benefits (including possibility to increase salary via incremental steps in the first 12 months)

Full time, permanent contract

Would you like to lead on the monitoring and evaluation of the Academy’s research grant and career development programmes, and be at the heart of the Academy as it goes through a period of ambitious strategic transformation to implement our new 10-year strategic plan?

We are looking for a capable and enthusiastic expert in monitoring and evaluation to join our Biomedical Grants and Policy Team (Careers Team) but they will be involved in advising across the whole Academy.  The post is available immediately and is to lead on the reporting and measuring of the impact of our expanding portfolio of grant and career development programmes.

You will design and implement a uniform Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) approach across the Academy’s grants and programmes portfolio initially. Your frameworks, tools and training will enable staff to continuously develop and improve our activities and demonstrate the impact of our work to multiple audiences. A key part of your work will be to lead on the regular reporting requirements from our funders, including government departments, charities and philanthropic organisations. You will work closely with programme leads and our fundraising team to do this. 

In this role you will need to establish a good working relationship with colleagues across the Academy and external stakeholders including our funding partners. You will also need to support senior staff in developing and maintaining high level liaisons across government departments, charities and other organisations we partner with. 

This is a full-time permanent role.

Excellent benefits include generous leave allowance, Academy salary sacrifice pension scheme, and travel assistance amongst others. The Academy is located in refurbished offices near Oxford Circus. We are currently working in a hybrid fashion, with both remote and in-person time in our offices.

We want to ensure diversity of thought and experience in all we do and for our staff to be able to bring their authentic self to work every day. To apply for this position, please visit our website via the button below.

Closing date:  5pm on Monday 19 September 2022

Interviews (in person or virtual): Friday 23 September or week commencing Monday 26 September 2022

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