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Monitoring and Evaluation Manager


Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is an important and required part of all WWF projects. In recent years donors have required increasingly rigorous M&E of all projects. In response WWF has placed more and more emphasis on M&E and has developed rigorous M&E protocols. These protocols and M&E reporting are complicated and time consuming and therefore WWF-Thailand has established the position of M&E Coordinator to make sure that all projects satisfy rigorous M&E requirements and that all relevant project and program data are entered into the WWF GM Management Information System.


1. Strategy Development and Implementation

  • Develops, implements, reviews and updates the strategy in M&E for WWF Thailand to ensure the attainment and delivery of plans and objectives.
  • Communicates the M&E strategy to all staff and ensures that these are effectively implemented.

2. Budgeting

  • Develops, monitors, and updates the annual budget for M&E to ensure the sound management of the organisation’s M&E and that the Function has all the resources required to meet its objectives within agreed financial parameters.

3. Workplan Development and Implementation

  • Develops M&E activity workplan.
  • Monitors progress against activity workplan to ensure that the organisation attains its objectives as cost-effectively and efficiently as possible.
  • Reviews and updates activity workplans.

4. System Management

  • Implements all M&E systems and tools to ensure compliance with WWF International standards and advises the CMT on the implications of new system and tools.
  • Facilitates the adoption and dissemination of the Programme and Project Management Standards (PPMS) in all relevant GMPO programmes
  • Plans and organises the effective communications of all systems and tools to staff
  • In close coordination with CMT/technical experts (e.g. Finance and Administration), coordinates the evaluation and improvement of operation systems, processes, tools or methods that are crucial in the timely delivery of both programme and office operation target
  • Monitors Risk Matrix and alerts concerned managers to mitigate risk in, both programmatic and operational areas
  • Reviews and updates the M&E systems and tools to respond to changes in WWF International standards and to ensure that they provide an effective control system.

5. People Management

  • Supports the recruitment and selection of M&E staff.
  • Provides orientation and re-orientation training to staff at regional office to help them understand and comply with M&E systems and tools
  • Provides induction, training, coaching and advice to all M&E staff in country offices on standards, practical monitoring and reporting experience, management of project/programme proposals and alignment to donor standards and reporting
  • Work in close collaboration with the ESSF Manager and Regional M&E Coordinator to support, strengthen and implement M&E and ESSF frameworks, tools as well as protocols in WWF Thailand.

6. Issue Resolutions, Crisis/Risk Management

  • Provides comprehensive advisory and technical guidance to managers and staff on all aspects of M&E
  • Maintains an awareness of staff comments and any complaints to identify any areas that may need development or improvement.

7. Reporting

  • Leads the consolidation, analysis and synthesis of technical reports, monitoring sheets, and other information from projects and programmes

  • Works closely with Strategy Leaders, Landscape Managers, M&E focal points and other technical conservation staff to lead the development and ensure timely updating of the Biodiversity Tracking Tool for monitoring progress in species and places goals

  • Ensures that WWF International and Network colleagues are kept fully informed on key issues by preparing briefing materials, targeted evaluations, analyses and reports as directed by the Representative and co-ordinates communications to the WWF network to ensure consistency and quality.

  • Works closely with the Conservation Programme Director and facilitates timely completion of all Key Performance Indicator (KPI) reports and all other reports for WWF International.

  • Ensures relevant tools for monitoring the strategic Plan are updated and represents the current state of conservation and operation areas/functions in any point in time.


  • Master's degree in natural resource management, environment, conservation management, bioregional planning, development studies, or in relevant fields.

  • 5-7 years in Monitoring and evaluation of large, complicated projects.

  • 3 years in project management or implementation of complex conservation projects.

  • 2 years with WWF Program and Project Management System (PPMS) or similarly rigorous project. management system is preferred.

  • Knowledgeable in Monitoring and Evaluation Methodology, Quality Assurance, Financial Management, Data analysis and Report writing.

  • Good command of written and spoken English and Thai.


How to apply: Interested candidate, please submit your 'resume and motivation letter' stating your expected salary to Tel: +66 (0) 2 618 4303-5 #413.

Please kindly note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Otherwise, your resume will be filed into our candidate database for future reference and consideration


Contact :

ผู้จัดการโปรเจค / Project managerนักวิจัย / Researcher


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