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The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) is the national voice of municipal governments, representing the interests of cities and communities with the federal government. Position

Officer, Monitoring & Evaluation

Growth & Development - Green Municipal Fund (GMF)

Level 5

Our salaries generally range from $73,000 - $82,500, and are based on qualifications and experience

Bilingual English and French is an asset

Permanent Full-Time

Hybrid (Ottawa)/Remote (Anywhere in Canada)

Why GMF is the place for you

At GMF, we empower our people to create change where it has the most impact – municipalities. GMF is a $1.6 billion permanent endowment from the Government of Canada, managed at arm's length, making it nimble and available for higher-risk, higher-impact initiatives. A further $530M investment into GMF to support the National Adaptation Strategy was announced in November 2022. Our team is committed to helping local... governments switch to sustainable practices faster. GMF is the cornerstone program of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM).

Our unique mix of funding, resources, and training gives municipalities the tools they need to build resiliency — and create better lives for Canadians. Through GMF, municipalities have reduced carbon emissions; built better transportation assets; constructed efficient and resilient buildings; diverted waste from landfill; made previously unusable land available for development; and improved soil and water quality.

You in this role

Reporting to the Manager, Impact & Performance – Adaptation in Action ( AiA ) , the O fficer is responsible for providing operational and analytical support to the adaptation in action program team and capacity development deliver y team.  Key activities include developing and delivering monitoring and evaluation tools , maintain ing data collection processes , and implementing the monitoring and evaluation planning and reporting cycle (for example, quarterly and annual reports and management of dashboards for data collection).

The Officer will also support the implementation of best-in-class Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Sharing ( MEL ) strategies for the Local Leadership for Climate Adaptation (LLCA) program . The incumbent uses knowledge gained through the delivery of program activities to identify knowledge gaps where new resources , trainings and capacity building approaches can be developed to respond to emerging or changing needs. The incumbent also assists with the integration and coordination of knowledge mobilization within the LLCA program.

The work at FCM includes FCM becoming an even more member-driven organization that balances the realization of its goals with a people-centered approach. The incumbent embodies FCM’s commitment to being a healthy, diverse, inclusive, and anti-racist organization. As a member of the team, the officer works in a manner that embraces these values, the corporate culture and the passion for FCM’s mandate.

What you’ll be doing

Key responsibilities include:
• Manages and analyses quantitative and qualitative data to identify project results and trends that can be used for the advancement of LLCA programming; this includes creating and inputting information into the information management framework/ databases .
• Track s and consolidat es data and information provided by program staff, extracting relevant data from program databases, drafting text and document formatting.
• Prepar es quarterly reports related to program results and impact .
• Provides analytical and visualization expertise and advice including the usage and interpretation of data, clearly and
• efficiently reporting complex data, and analytic standards for measuring performance to respond to ad hoc requests.
• Designs and maintains data collection and analysis tools, including Dashboard s and Results Tracking Dashboard s .
• Support s the implementation of existing reporting tools through training and support for team members, and creat es new tools as needed (e.g. partner reporting, pre/post surveys).
• Research es and synthesiz es information in support of program activities (stakeholder activities, backgrounders, etc.).
• Coordinat es the preparation of LLCA information for GMF Annual Reports by consolidating information provided by program staff, extracting relevant data from program databases, drafting text, and document formatting.
• Support s program evaluations in collaboration with program teams
• Undertakes additional activities assigned such as, participating in working groups and designing workshops/consultations and/or other activities at GMF events.
• Participat es in cross-program or cross-department initiatives within GMF, as required .

Your skills make us better
• University degree in a related field (public or business administration, economics, applied science, political science, communications, adult education, etc.)
• 3-5 years of progressively responsible experience in monitoring, data analysis, project management, communications, and/or managing program activities, including experience in planning and reporting processes
• Experience in impact measurement and evaluation using a broad range of both quantitative and qualitative tools and methods, including results - based management approaches, reporting procedures and principles
• Experience using data collection tools and platforms (e.g., Learning Management System, Client Relationship Management Database e.g. CRM365, data visualization software e.g. Power BI).
• Previous exposure to knowledge management and activities ( e.g. researching existing knowledge tools, organizing resources, identifying gaps in existing knowledge tools, mobilizing tools and resources, developing case studies and guides). 
• Strong project management and communications skills including the ability to engage with multi-disciplinary teams, lead meetings and make formal presentations on complex matters.
• Strong time management skills and ability to work effectively under pressure, meet tight deadlines, prioritize workload and deal with uncertainty in a fast-paced environment.
• Experience developing and managing surveys.
• Knowledge of continuous improvement methodologies (Lean, problem solving, Six Sigma );
• High level of comfort in understanding data analysis and synthesizing findings.
• Strong knowledge and experience in the area of sustainable municipal development, environmental issues, and program management.
• Excellent interpersonal skills, strong diplomatic and cultural sensitivity skills, and strong client/service orientation, with the ability to establish support and credibility at all levels, within and outside of the organization.
• Detail oriented and strong analytical skills.
• Knowledge of the Canadian municipal sector structure, needs, and capacity is considered an asset.
• Capacity to work in a changing environment and willingness to take on new or evolving responsibilities.
• The ability to work in both official languages (English and French) is an asset.

Why working here rocks

We prioritize work-life balance with our flexible model:
• When we say flexible work model, we mean that in collaboration with your manager and based on what your team needs, you have the flexibility to determine when you work so that you can enjoy a healthy balance between work and personal demands.
• While you do need to live in Canada for this role, you can primarily work from home. Travel may be required to Head Office in Ottawa periodically. The majority of the GMF team operates from the National Capital Region.
• We do like to visit the areas we are impacting and it allows us to see unique and wonderful parts of our country. You may find yourself traveling nationally 10-15% of the time.

We don’t just talk about employee wellness, we live it:
• Summer hours between July 1 and Labour Day:
• 7-hour workdays rather than 7.5
• Every Friday off in the summer
• Flexible work arrangements to support productivity and well-being
• Commitment to employee development
• Competitive range of employee benefits and services
• Office facilities located in the Byward Market and Ottawa’s downtown core

We’re committed to fostering an organizational culture that embraces equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging , where individuals from diverse racial and ethnic identities, nationalities, social economic status, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression and physical and mental abilities can thrive and be fully engaged at their best level.

We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the recruitment and selection process.

How to apply

If this role speaks to you and the impact you want to make, we’d love to hear from you! Apply today.

The deadline to apply is May 21rst, 2024.

The future of work here includes a hybrid work model; therefore, this role will be a combination of virtual and on-site work.

The successful candidate is required to live in and be authorized to work in Canada. They are also required to be able to work from home/remotely, from within Canada. All in-office work and in-person meetings for work that take place inside and/or outside of the offices located in Ottawa will be subject to FCM’s Safe Workplace Vaccination Policy, as well as its health and safety procedures.

For additional information on this posting, or for further information on FCM, access our website at . Learn more about the Green Municipal Fund at

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