Global Community Impact, Evaluation Manager (Casual Part-Time)
Company: Johnson & Johnson
Location: New Brunswick, New Jersey
Posted: March 01, 2017
Reference ID: 8748170202-en-us
Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies is currently recruiting for a Global Community Impact Evaluation Manager (Casual Part-Time). The position will be based in New Brunswick, NJ.
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The Evaluation Manager (Casual Part-time) will contribute to building Johnson & Johnson as a leader in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL). He/she will ensure that Regional teams and grant partners are measuring and reporting program results, oversee, coordinate and support MEAL systems and practice across Global Community Impact (GCI) programs. This position reports to the Executive Director, Global and Community Health Insights, GCI, with a dotted line to the Manager, Evaluation and Accountability.
The Evaluation Manager will be a key member of the GCI Global and Community Health Insights team, and will work with GCI Regional teams and external partners such as NGOs, UN agencies to support building and implementing an integrated MEAL approach across Johnson & Johnson GCI to help continually improve the quality of our worldwide programing.
This is a casual part-time position requiring organization proficiency, an understanding of global health and development programming, analytic ability and collaboration skills.
Contribute to the development and implementation of global MEAL standards, procedures and tools across GCI programs worldwide (25%)
Work with Directors and other regional staff and senior enterprise leaders to develop MEAL framework, standards, procedures, and tools.
Work with GCI global and regional teams to support the institutionalizing MEAL standards, processes and systems.
Help identify gaps and weaknesses in the MEAL system(s) and work with GCI leadership, Regional and Link teams to propose solutions.
• Lead MEAL capacity building, learning plan development, cross-functional integration, and knowledge management (45%)
Work with senior GCI leadership, Regional and Link teams to develop training and capacity building of MEAL framework.
Support capacity building at regional and country levels to ensure a consistent approach to MEAL globally.
Support and facilitate training of GCI MEAL framework for external partners e.g. NGOs.
Oversee and track worldwide MEAL plans, regions/countries' MEAL progress.
Advise senior management on M&E strategies for global and regional initiatives.
Advise internal team on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) commitment including output, outcome and impact measurement strategies.
• Support building GCI’s leadership position in MEAL field (5%)
Represent Johnson & Johnson in alliances and multi-partner initiatives with other private sector and public partners.
Identify and support advocacy opportunities to highlight J&J’s position and work in community health development and social impact such as publications and conferences; work with advocacy team to ensure integration of appropriate and accurate data into messaging.
• Other responsibilities include (25%):
Analyze data from program partners and compile impact reports.
Conduct landscape analyses of issues related to global community health strategy to advise Executive Director Team on trends and priority areas.
Analyze GCI program portfolios.
REQUIRED LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES
• Live Our Credo – Demonstrates and inspires the behaviors that reinforce Our Credo.
• Connect – Cultivates meaningful external relationships and partnerships outside of J&J, adding value and insights for the enterprise; insight-driven to proactively uncover critical unmet needs and turn them into new opportunities.
• Shape – Translates insights into innovative and viable products or solutions, creating value; challenges the status quo and leads change management activities, creating positive change; takes and properly manages risks, while maintaining the highest standards of quality and compliance, contributing to value creation.
• Lead - Takes ownership for talent acquisition, performance and development in a way that enhances the performance and development of self and others; maximizes and leverages diverse perspectives, backgrounds and talent to generate innovative ideas or solutions to address organizational challenges; engages in and encourages others to have transparent and constructive conversations and encourages others, contributing to a high-performing organization.
• Deliver - empowers people to act with speed, agility, and accountability, enabling them to achieve organizational goals and strategies; makes decisions and takes actions based on a global and enterprise-wide mindset that adds value across the enterprise; balances short- and long-term strategic choices, positions the organization to achieve both short-term and expected future results.
• Bachelor’s degree in public health, evaluation and statistics, business or health-related fields with an additional 3 years of related experience; or a minimum or 8 years’ experience in program evaluation social impact/nonprofit management/public health, and project management.
• Analytical and problem solving skills.
• Strong practical experience in program evaluation and establishing and monitoring key performance indicators (preferably field based).
• Knowledge and experience with a range of MEAL tools and techniques.
• Effective oral and written communication skills (including business writing, blogging, copywriting, public speaking, development of web-based newsletters, annual reports, etc.).
• Ability to work in teams and in matrix organizations.
• Excellent organizational skills with ability to effectively prioritize against multiple deadlines and manage projects at various stages of maturity and in a changing environment.
• Leadership ability to mobilize and motivate individuals outside of your reporting line in a highly matrixed environment.
• Proven track record of implementing simple, effective monitoring systems, including experience in data collection and management.
• Cultural awareness, with highly developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing, negotiation and coaching.
• Flexibility to attend evening events, and willingness to travel domestically and possibly internationally (min 20%).
• Experience with electronic granting systems such as GIFTS.
• Experience in the areas of research and evidence strategy development.
• Master’s degree or equivalent in global health, global development or public policy.
United States-New Jersey-New Brunswick
Johnson & Johnson (6067)