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Under the supervision of the Managing Director of the Office for Learning and Impact, the Appointee will support the revision of IAF’s performance indicators and other metrics, the training of in-country monitoring contractors, and the transition to IAF’s new data management system.

Responsibilities

  • Propose refinements to IAF’s performance indicators and other metrics to ensure they are meaningful, valid, and consistent. The IAF has already been refining its indicators and metrics, striving to have fewer and better ones. The Appointee will review the proposed new set of indicators and metrics and recommend ways to further improve them in light of IAF’s needs.
  • Support the transition to IAF’s new data management system. The IAF is also upgrading its approaches and system to collect, store, and analyze performance data. The Appointee will support this transition as needed, including by developing data collection tools that are easy to use and easily connect with our database.
  • Support the testing, rollout, and adoption of new metrics and data collection tool by IAF staff and contractors. The Appointee will develop guidelines for our new monitoring system, including updating IAF’s monitoring manual and developing indicator reference sheets.
  • Help train IAF’s in-country evaluators in effectively adopting the revised metrics and approach to data collection. The Appointee will help develop training materials and participate in training IAF’s evaluators on the new metrics and systems, both in Spanish.
  • Other tasks as assigned by the Managing Director of the Office of Learning and Impact.

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For additional information, please read the full Statement of Work.

Interested candidates should send a resume, three references, a short (less than three pages) example of their writing, and cover letter c/o Kara Rogers, krogers@iaf.gov, subject line Monitoring and Evaluation Expert Appointment, by close of business December 20, 2019. Applicants will be considered on a rolling basis.

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