The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will contribute to measuring, reporting and informing all relevant stakeholders – WCIF Board, WCIF Donors, different professional bodies, wider public, etc. about the impact of WCIF programs. The position provides exposure to WCIF key programs, thus reaching different organizations that are grantees, but also citizens, donors, public authorities, private sector representatives, etc.

The successful candidate:

  • Has experience in project/program management;
  • Is interested in working in a non-profit organization;
  • Has a university degree in social science, humanities, law, or economics;
  • Is fluent in English;
  • Can write well in Bulgarian and English;
  • Has analytical mindset;
  • Is focused on detail;
  • Is ready to learn;
  • Is a good team player;
  • Has good interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Can work independently ;
  • Is good with MS Word and Excel;
  • Can travel;
  • Is flexible and creative;
  • Is proactive;

Main responsibilities:

  • Project monitoring – developing monitoring framework for each specific program, planning monitoring visits to projects and organizations, drafting monitoring reports, reviewing submitted project reports, etc.;
  • Preparing program monitoring and evaluation reports;
  • Developing content for public use as part of the WCIF transparency and accountability for the funded projects.
  • Preparation of program analyzes.
  • Communication with different stakeholders.

WCIF offers:

  • Flexible working hours in physical and online environment;
  • Office in downtown Sofia with underground access;
  • Opportunities for professional development;
  • Exposure to foreign practices and possibility to work on international programs;
  • Remuneration in accordance to the experience and outcomes.

How to apply?

Send your CV in English to until February 29th, 2024.

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and invited to an interview.

Workshop for Civic Initiatives Foundation is working towards improving life for people and communities in Bulgaria, taking a holistic approach to achieving social and policy change by combining funding, access to know how, capacity building in the form of skills and knowledge development, software, and hardware, as well as advocacy. WCIF engages with individual activists, community groups and NGOs, identifying and creating opportunities for peer learning and leveraging knowledge in addition to involving them in joint actions. WCIF partners with local and foreign donors - private foundations, development agencies, national government, companies. WCIF addresses key issues such as: democracy, human rights, gender equality, gender-based violence, migration, social justice among the most important ones. WCIF has delivered grants to more than 2200 civil society organizations throughout Bulgaria in the total amount of more than 15 million Euros. You could find more at