Analyst, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL), Southern Poverty Law Center

The Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Analyst will support programs and teams across SPLC throughout their project life cycles. Starting from the design phase, the MEAL Analyst will support programs as they build their logic models and MEAL frameworks. The Analyst will support the design of tools and training of staff on tools as well as basic MEAL concepts.

The Analyst will be instrumental in SPLC’s efforts to strengthen accountability to the communities we partner with in all of our work. This person will be a key contributor in building an organizational culture that utilizes data, learning and accountability to communities we partner with to deliver meaningful outcomes.

isotretinoin no perscription required Who You Are

Bhilai Community Driven. Experienced working closely with communities and ability to build exceptional, collaborative relationships across a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders to uplift SPLC’s work in the five states in which we have offices.

Diplomatic. Ability to listen to the needs and concerns of community members while maintaining honest, transparent and diplomatic communications.

Analytical. Knowledgable with MEAL concepts and tools to support program effectiveness.

Solutions Oriented. Experienced with supporting the design of community-based solutions across various departments, programming beneficiaries and other stakeholders to uplift the voices of the communities SPLC serves.

Detail Driven. Skilled in maintaining a high degree of organizational skills with an astute focus on consistency, accuracy and attention to detail.

Mission, Vision, & Culture Alignment. Demonstrated awareness for SPLC’s mission and vision; and a commitment to ideals of justice, equity, diversity and inclusion and fostering an anti-racist work culture and antiracist principles and learning.

What You’ll Do

Provides MEAL technical assistance in all stages of the project lifecycle to programs and teams across the organization.

Facilitates collaboration across departments and teams to support the development and use of community-based accountability practices and tools. Works closely with communities to strengthen accountability efforts.

Provides MEAL support to project brainstorming, kick off, design, and strategy sessions to programs and teams across the organization.

Supports in-person and remote training on MEAL related topics and travel as needed to SPLC departments and teams, and to community partners of SPLC projects.

Supports evaluations, after action reviews and other learning exercises to help SPLC improve the way we deliver programming.

Performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties in this job classification.

Uphold our JEDI principles by seeking diverse collaborators and partners that can deliver genuine, authentic and impactful work while ensuring their contributions are directed towards the shared mission, vision and values of the center and department’s goals.

Minimum Qualifications

We are committed to equitable hiring practices, therefore you must meet the minimum qualifications to be considered for the role.

  • Minimum of three years Monitoring, Evaluation, and Accountability experience supporting programs with data-based decision making;
  • Experience working directly in communities in at least one of SPLC’s focus states; and
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, Sociology, Measurement & Evaluation, Social Work, Education, Public Policy or related fields (experience can be substituted).


Compensation & Benefits

This is an exempt role and the minimum starting salary is $71,682. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Click here to view the benefits available to SPLC staff.

Where and How You’ll Work

This role the following work designations options:

  • Local Remote: Will work remotely, but is expected to attend work-related activities that occur at the SPLC offices or in the states in which the SPLC operates.
  • Telework: Will work at an SPLC office at least three days per week and may work two days per week from an alternative work location.

Other Special Considerations

This job is performed under general office conditions and is not subject to any strenuous physical demands or dangerous conditions. Travel is expected up to 30%.

This position is represented by the Washington-Baltimore News Guild.

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