DESCRIPTION

SI is seeking a Local Evaluation Sector Specialist to develop evaluation tools and analysis for the GAC Humanitarian Assistance Program.

Responsibilities:

  • Participate in fieldwork. 
  • Conduct interviews with relevant personnel. 
  • Produce analytical reports in areas of specialty. 
  • Produce recommendations for appropriate action, based on analytical findings. 
  • Support the Evaluation Team Leader. 
  • Provide specialized advice on key issues of the evaluation. 

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DESCRIPTION 

ME&A is recruiting a Senior Evaluation Advisor to join the USAID Feed the Future Global Program Evaluation for Effectiveness and Learning (PEEL) project team. The project conducts the full range of evaluative studies and surveys (including performance evaluations, impact evaluations, population based surveys, plausibility studies) for Feed the Future activities across the globe. The Evaluation Advisor will support the qualitative evaluation research as well as how programs are impacting gender dynamics in the household and broader communities. The Evaluation Advisor will support teams developing PEEL program evaluations to ensure rigorous evaluations that incorporate qualitative and quantitative methods to accurately collect and analyze data related to vulnerable populations, particularly women. The Evaluation Advisor’s role is to serve as the lead expert on how Feed the Future interventions are impacting and are impacted by social norms, social structures, and relationships and to ensure the quality of rigorous design, methodology, findings and recommendations within the studies.

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DESCRIPTION

The Team Leader (TL) performs advisory functions in two areas: the first concerns the monitoring of various sector dialogues, and the second deals with the planning, monitoring, implementation and evaluation of project activities themselves. In order to ensure successful implementation of the project, close relationship will need to be established between the Team Leader and the EU Delegation as well as the Mexican Authorities.

The main tasks assigned to the team leader are (indicative and not exhaustive list):

·        Overall responsibility for the management of the project with the support of the Junior Expert;

·         Monitoring the implementation of the various activities;

  • Maintaining close cooperation with various Mexican and European actors involved in the various sector dialogues
  • Strategic planning and programming of the call for expressions of interest (timeline of the implementation);
  • Preparation of the Steering Committee meetings. 

The TL should submit to the EU Delegation a semi-annual report that includes an overview of the evolution of the different sector dialogues that are part of EU-Mexico Strategic Partnership in the period, as well as a summary regarding the progress of project activities.

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DESCRIPTION

Haiti ESS is seeking an expat or Haitian Team Leader/Evaluation Specialist consultant to lead all technical and management aspects of the KONEKTE evaluation. The Team Leader/Evaluation Specialist will be expected to work closely with the SI headquarters project management team to ensure quality and timely deliverables.

The evaluation level of effort is approximately 12 - 14 weeks, inclusive of four to six consecutive weeks of data collection and analysis in Haiti.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage and lead the evaluation team in a respectful and transparent manner, ensuring achievement of deliverables.
  • Coordinate the evaluation implementation.
  • Assign evaluation responsibilities and tasks among team members.
  • Provide oversight on the data collection and analysis, ensuring data quality.
  • Take ultimate responsibility for writing all reports associated with the project including, but not limited to the evaluation design (including tools) as well as the draft and final reports in conformity with SI and USAID regulations, and the scope of work.
  • Manage all deadlines and record maintenance—including, but not limited to, producing notes for all qualitative data collection events for delivery to USAID.
  • Assist Haiti ESS in maintaining good working relationships with USAID, Government of Haiti counterparts, local organizations, and other program partners.
  • Collaborate with the SI headquarters and Haiti ESS staff with strategic and operational planning to implement the approved work plan.

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DESCRIPTION

Haiti ESS is seeking an expat or Haitian Assistant Team Leader/Sector Specialist consultant to assist the evaluation Team Leader with the technical and management aspects of the KONEKTE evaluation. The Assistant Team Leader/Sector Specialist will be expected to work closely with the Team Leader as well as SI headquarters project management team to ensure quality and timely deliverables.

The evaluation level of effort is approximately 12 – 14 weeks, inclusive of four to six consecutive weeks of data collection and analysis in Haiti.

**Candidates with Haitian citizenship are strongly encouraged to apply.**

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with managing and leading the evaluation team in a respectful and transparent manner, ensuring achievement of deliverables.
  • Contribute to the development of the evaluation design and data collection tools.
  • Assist with coordinating the evaluation implementation.
  • Participate in data collection—including, but not limited to, conducting or taking notes for interviews and focus group discussions.
  • Participate in data analysis, ensuring data quality.
  • Provide key inputs, especially regarding technical areas, to the final evaluation report in conformity with USAID regulations and the scope of work.
  • Assist Haiti ESS in maintaining good working relationships with USAID, Government of Haiti counterparts, local organizations, and other program partners.
  • Collaborate with the SI headquarters and Haiti ESS staff with strategic and operational planning to implement the approved work plan.

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DESCRIPTION

CowaterSogema is recruiting a Team Leader, Public Administration Expert for a project in Latin America. The project aims to strengthen service delivery across government levels through the implementation of streamlined Human Resources Management systems and tools, including merit-based systems and organizational restructuring. 

Reporting to the Project Manager and Project Director at CowaterSogema’s HQ in Ottawa, Canada, the Team Leader, Public Administration Expert will be based full-time in country, overseeing all aspects of the day-to-day planning and direction of the project in the field. Candidates must be fluently bilingual in English and Spanish and possess 5-10 years of experience managing large relevant projects (valued at $5M or larger), preferably public sector initiatives.

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Pact is recruiting a consultant with a background in small and medium enterprise (SME) development, economic growth, women’s empowerment and governance. The primary function of the consultant is to liaise with relevant stakeholders, conduct background research to share with the proposal team, and to facilitate and produce a high quality and implementable proposal appropriate to the local context and in line with host government strategies.

Key Responsibilities

  • Share relevant scholarly articles and reports on SME development in the Southeast Asian context.
  • Identify challenges and opportunities for sustainable livelihood/SME development.
  • Serve as a subject matter expert by actively participating in proposal design meetings and other relevant meetings and providing technical inputs, with a particular focus on generating innovative initiatives that will support the economic empowerment of women entrepreneurs.
  • Write sections of the proposal.
  • Ensure the accuracy, quality and responsiveness of the final technical proposal.
  • Review proposal documents and provide detailed feedback.

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DESCRIPCIÓN

Calificaciones y competencias

  •          Título universitario en grado superior en Administración Pública, Políticas Públicas, Derecho, Ciencias Sociales, o una disciplina directamente relacionada o equivalente.
  •          Especialización académica y/o capacitación específica en derecho laboral, políticas de empleo y/o otros similares.
  •          Dominio del español (oral y escrito).
  •          Dominio del inglés.
  •          Habilidades relacionales de comunicación y diálogo con múltiples actores.
  •          Dominio de ambiente Windows y herramientas informáticas básicas.
  •          Excelentes capacidades de análisis y redacción de informes técnicos.
  •          Experiencia profesional general
  • Demostrar una experiencia profesional mínima de 10 años en el campo de las políticas públicas, de preferencia en el sector empleo, política social y/o similares.

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DESCRIPCIÓN

Calificaciones y competencias

  •          Título universitario en grado superior en Administración Pública, Economía, Ciencias Sociales o una disciplina directamente relacionada o equivalente.
  •          Especialización académica en desarrollo económico local y/o territorial con las autoridades locales, el sector privado y la sociedad civil.
  •          Dominio del español (oral y escrito).
  •          Habilidades relacionales de comunicación y diálogo con múltiples actores.
  •          Dominio de ambiente Windows y herramientas informáticas básicas.
  • Excelentes capacidades de análisis y redacción de informes técnicos.

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DESCRIPTION

The International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL) is dedicated to strengthening civil society, advancing civic freedoms, and enabling public participation around the world.  We seek a Program Assistant for a full-time, entry-level position based in our Washington, DC office.  As part of a small team, the Program Assistant will contribute to the promotion of progressive international norms and the support of ICNL’s local partners by providing administrative assistance for ICNL’s global programs.  Illustrative responsibilities include:

  •          Assist in the management of country and thematic projects;
  •          Support ICNL regional teams in grant management;
  •          Work with the finance team to monitor spending, contribute to budget versus actual reporting, and coordinate program budget planning;
  •          Assist with development of M&E plans and drafting of M&E reports;
  •          Draft donor reports, internal reports for use by ICNL management, and program-related communications for external audiences;
  •          Assist with research on topics relating to ICNL’s mission; and
  • Assist in the organization of international and national-level events.

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At CARE, we seek a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and people live with dignity and security.

This has been our vision since 1945, when we were founded to send life-saving CARE Packages® to survivors of World War II. Today, CARE is a global leader in the movement to eradicate poverty. In 2015, CARE worked in 95 countries and reached 65 million people with an incredible range of life-saving programs. We also put women and girls at the center of our work because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities. We seek dynamic, innovative thinkers to further our mission. If you share our core beliefs: poverty is an injustice; poverty is solvable; and together, we have the power to end it, join us.

CARE is seeking a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Proposal Manager who will play a key role in the development of proposals, primarily to the US Government, as a part of the Competitive Bids Unit (CBU).

This role will coordinate CBU M&E proposal support to CARE Country Offices (COs) responding to USG bids, as assigned. Proposal support will include, but is not limited to, developing, reviewing, and/or providing technical assistance on proposal M&E plans and narratives; supporting proposal teams in developing logical frameworks (various formats), establishing targets, and incorporating both CARE global impact indicators and required USG indicators; and developing, coordinating, or participating in assessments as assigned.

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