The project on “Knowledge Management” responds to the need of MdM in the Mesoamerican Region of building its capacities based on the results of the projects implemented so far in Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and southern Mexico. MdM is present in this area, having offices and professional and technical teams working in two main axes for the period 2017-2020: “Migration and Forced Displacement” and “Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights/ Violence against Women Prevention” This project is aimed at fostering conditions to articulate practice communities through ongoing training on Knowledge Management for MdM staff in the Mesoamerican Region. The need identified in El Salvador is to have all the implemented activities interrelated. With that aim, technical, professional and logistics teams must be strengthened to build “shared knowledge” on methodological processes as well as enhanced monitoring and assessment tools. The objective is to improve our performance by reinforcing skills and competences thanks to research evidence, to be ultimately shared via an internal and external “Communication Strategy”. This would allow scaling-up and replication of this experience to other MdM headquarters, in the Regional Meeting of MdM at the end of 2018. In the case of El Salvador, there is a need to improve the reports that account for the actions that we are developing in the country. Hence it is essential to strengthen the technical teams for the construction of «collective knowledge» based on methodological processes, better information management tools which will ultimately allow us to share both internally and externally the work developed by our teams. Our local partners in El Salvador, community-based organizations, NGOs, partners in our developing and humanitarian aid projects, will be actively involved in the activities of this project, thus ensuring MdM´s reporting capacities are also passed on to these local partners to strengthen their joint learning spaces. The role of the volunteer will be to support the reinforcement of the knowledge management strategy of the MdM team in El Salvador, in order to promote our two main axes: “Migration and Forced Displacement” and “Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights/ Violence against Women Prevention”.
-Strengthen internal reports prepared by project coordinators by providing them and their teams with regular feedback in order to harmonise these reports and improve their quality;
-Improve the project reports developed by the project coordinators aimed at financing institutions, counterparts and project partners;
-Consolidate the reports of the regional programmes based on the reports produced by the different project coordinators;
-Accompany the team coordinators in the management of the internal coordination tools (meeting minutes, as well as their systematization and dissemination).
-Support and follow-up on the agreements and commitments established in meeting minutes carried out throughout the development of the projects;
-Elaborate the periodic reports that give account of their progress and results obtained;
-Actively participate in internal processes, coordination meetings, information exchange in relation to other areas and departments of the organisation under the MdM Regional Coordination.
Shortlisting and interviews are expected to take place on a rolling basis in January 2019 with the role commencing in April 2019.
Please note that only completed applications that are submitted through http://www.mdm-euaidvolunteers.org/join-euav/ will be considered. Applications should include:
• Completed EUAV application form (in Spanish)
• CV in Europass format (in Spanish)
• Completed EU Aid Volunteer self-assessment questionnaire (in Spanish)
• Motivation Letter (in Spanish)
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