Job Specification

Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator

Type of contract: 12 Months Maternity Cover (12 months)

Hours: 14 hours per week over

Salary: £36,400 pro rata

Start Date: Immediate

Location: Mayfield Wellbeing Hub and Financial Health Centre E2 9LJ, (location may


Responsible to: CEO

Closing Date Friday 31st May 2024


Interviews Onsite on Thursday 13th June from 12pm to 4pm

About Women’s Inclusive Team

Women’s Inclusive Team (WIT) is a charity run for women and their families, by women in Tower Hamlets.

WIT was founded back in 2003 by a group of local mums who needed the space to chat and support one

another as parents and caregivers. As the needs of the mums and their families changed, so did the need

for support. The group remained informal, and as word spread it grew in size, as did the need for specialist

services to address the needs of Black Somali Women and their families.

Having begun life as the Somali Integration Team (SIT), the Women’s Inclusive Team (WIT) are a highly

regarded, influential small charity, delivering vital and life-changing services in the heart of London’s east

end. Today, WIT provides a number of activities for women and their families to access through a coherent

offer across our two hubs, the Chicksand Nursery and the Mayfield Community Hub, and supports 3,000

women annually. WIT was awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a

voluntary group can receive in the UK in 2021.


Our key objectives are:

– To develop skills and give opportunities to women from disadvantaged communities, to socially

and economically integrate within society.

– To preserve and improve BAME women’s access to employment pathways through improving

gaining access to information, services and training.

– To provide a link between local women and statutory agencies to effect change in services.

Our mission and core values are:

As a charity founded on the lived experience of local Black Somali Women, we continue to put this at the

heart of every activity and service we design. It’s this approach that makes us agile and able to address

the complexity of need, as we continue our lives during this era of COVID-19.

The Women’s Inclusive Team believes in creating a world where women are happy, safe and

valued,“where women and their families can reach their full potential.”


Job summary

We have an opportunity for a Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator to join our SMT team, on a Part-time

fixed term contract for one year. The Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator post is a new role in 2024

and involves (i)working closely with the CEO and Senior Management Team members, (ii) developing

informed strategy and impact reports (iii) leading, managing and supporting staff within Women’s Inclusive

Team services to deliver and produce quality monitoring and evaluation and successful project outcomes.

This role requires strong, visible and influential leadership for members, staff, volunteers and


Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator – key duties and responsibilities:

1. Manage the delivery of a range of services that meet the highest professional standards, in

accordance with the organisation’s objectives and core values.

2. Manage, supervise, and develop advice and guidance team in project monitoring and evaluation.

3. Act as a trusted advisor to the CEO, and extended management team.

4. Oversee the delivery of the project operations, supported by efficient and fit for purpose processes

demonstrating value for money and impact.

5. Ensure effective project management and administration services are in place to enable the

charity to fulfil economic and safe service delivery to its full impact.

6. Ensure relevant statutory, regulatory, and professional standards are wholly achieved in relation to

policies, processes, and procedures, particularly in respect of governance and employment

legislation and IT functions.

7. Set and encourage high standards of performance and demonstrate a commitment to good

practice and continual improvement in al project and service delivery.

8. Support the Director of Services, to manage and review contract rates to ensure competitiveness

and maximize income generation.

9. Deputise for Director of Service and the CEO when necessary including attending meetings and

preparing and presenting reports.

10. Proactively monitor and evaluate activities within services business through the development and

delivery of effective cross-service monitoring and evaluation, responding to issues and identifying

and following-up on opportunities.

11. Support/seek new business opportunities, develop, and draft funding bids, and produce and lead

on tender responses, and produce progress reports For the fundraising team.

12. Develop business case funding/tender reports for funders, commissioners and the Board of


13. Support the CEO strategic leadership role as an active member of the Senior Management Team,

including being proactive in providing solutions to strategic issues with and for colleagues.

14. Participate actively in strategic planning process in the following ways:

– Leading /inputting on the planning and development of projects (both existing and new); and

– Proactively alerting staff and trustees to potential opportunities and threats to the charity.

15. Lead on the delivery of a sustainability plan, evidenced by Monitoring and evaluations outcomes.

16. Oversee designated project budgets for services and produce reports related to these.

17. Ensure compliance with all relevant legislation.

Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator – qualifications and skills required:

● Educated to Degree/NVQ L7 level or equivalent in Health and Social Care, Marketing &

Communications, Monitoring and Evaluation, Advice and Guidance, Training or

Business/Voluntary Sector Management

● Ability to grasp corporate and functional business objectives

● Experience of working in a multi-locational role

● Working knowledge of the commissioning of services within the social care sector

● Previous role in senior operations’ management within a social care setting or at a junior level

position is essential

● Managerial experience of agency/partnership working with stakeholders, such as Tower Hamlets/

NHS/PCT or Strategic Level Contracts

● Ability to work with financial, budgetary and management controls

● Analytical skills, excellent attention to detail, political acumen and awareness of changing policies

● Proven experience in developing partnership and projects with public, voluntary and private sector


● 2yrs or more experience in managing a charity or projects

● Understanding of the needs and barriers of Black ethnic women

● Passion in overcoming and tackling the inequalities that BAME communities face, especially the

black Somali community face

● Speaking local languages ideal but not a must

● Experience working with the Muslim community

● Understanding of the religious needs of the Muslim community



We offer a competitive salary of up to £36,400 – per annum (depending on experience) pro-rata If you

feel that you have the skills and experience required to become our Programme Coordinator – apply for this role including a cover letter to:

The closing date is Friday 31st May 2024

Interviews Onsite on Thursday 13th June from 12 pm to 4 pm

If you are interested in applying for this role, please send a covering letter highlighting

how you meet the job description and attach a copy of your curriculum vitae to


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