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UNFPA is looking for a Young Evaluator: International Consultancy

UNFPA is looking for a Young Evaluator: International Consultancy

Interested candidates should send (i) their resume, (ii) a 1-page cover letter that summarises their key skills and motivation for this assignment.

UNFPA is looking for a Young Evaluator: International Consultancy

Purpose of consultancy:

Young and Emerging Evaluator’ will be hired as a member of a team to carry out the Regional Programme (2022-2025) Evaluations (RPE) in the West and Central Africa region. The RPEs will also form part of the global evaluation of the UNFPA Strategic Plan 2022-2025. 

Scope of work

A Young and Emerging Evaluator will be expected to perform the following tasks under the guidance and supervision of the Regional Programme Evaluation Team Leader and with support of UNFPA evaluation manager: 

  • Ensure the completion of assigned tasks as per agreed timelines and evaluation standards of UNEG/UNFPA. 
  • Work closely with the Evaluation Team on the development and finalisation of the RPE inception note.
  • Support data collection in the field, as required;
  • Contribute to data analyses and write up of sections of the RPE report as agreed with a Team Leader and with inputs from key stakeholders;
  • Contribute evidence gathered to the global evaluation of the Strategic Plan and use it to prepare the RPE report;
  • Regular engagement with the evaluation team and managers (HQ and regional);
  • Engage actively in the stakeholder/recommendations workshop;
  • Support key dissemination activities of evaluation results (e.g., presentation of the results evaluation to key stakeholders)

Required expertise, qualifications and competencies, including language requirements

The Young and Emerging Evaluator is expected to be under 35 years of age and to meet the following minimum qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in development studies, population studies, social studies, health or other related fields;
  • At least two years of experience working in the programme monitoring and evaluation or in research in areas relevant to UNFPA’s mandate, such as sexual and reproductive health and rights, gender equality and women’s empowerment (prevention and response to gender-based violence and harmful practices), youth development, and population dynamics. 
  • Experience of conducting evaluations is desirable;
  • Proven skills in evaluation or research methodology and analysis, including quantitative and qualitative techniques;
  • Excellent organizational, communication and data visualization skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-cultural team;
  • Excellent command in written and spoken French and English.

DEADLINE: 28 December, 2023

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