The PMER Facilitator´s primary responsibility is managing the reporting process for all partners and MCC Bolivia programing. This requires gathering, reviewing, and translating of all MCC partner reports, and entering all necessary information into MCC’s PMER database platform. This process involves consistent and effective communication with partner organizations, providing necessary accompaniment through the reporting process and requirements for MCC. The facilitator will be expected to learn about and be familiar with MCC formats and reporting procedures so as to provide effective partner accompaniment. This position is a unique opportunity to be part of MCC’s ministry in fostering relationship building of mutual respect and learning between MCC and its partners.
PMER work is not full time, but the demands fluctuate throughout the year. The service worker should expect to dedicate between a quarter time to half-time in other responsibilities depending on their interests and abilities. This could include being seconded to another partner part-time, being a focal point for Protection Against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA), and/or helping organize and team meetings, among other options.