3ie is seeking applications for the position of senior evaluation specialist (SES) in the Washington office. The SES provides technical and grant management leadership for a portfolio of impact evaluation studies, implementation research and related evidence programs. S/he also provides technical support to key stakeholders in evaluation capacity building, research transparency, replication research and the production and use of evidence products. Existing right to work in the United States is required. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
3ie seeks an intern to support the Impact Evaluation Repository and Data Services team on a variety of tasks, including conducing systematic searches, screening studies, providing research support and managing the workflow of a team of consultants. This is a six month paid internship based out of 3ie's Washington office. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
The Institute of Development Studies is seeking a monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) specialist to work on various research and knowledge projects. The role will involve designing and implementing MEL plans, administration of monitoring and evaluation data and interviewing development actors. The deadline for the application is 28 May 2018.
3ie is seeking a consultant to support our ongoing work around implementation research in nutrition. The consultant will be expected to work on an evidence gap map, a stakeholder engagement report and a training module. This position includes field visits to different parts of rural India. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, the deadline for applications is 25 May.
The London International Development Centre is seeking a manager to oversee administration, facilities and finances of the Centre. The role involves working with a diverse group of academics and administrators and with the broader development community of international institutions, donors and philanthropic organisations. The candidate should have some experience and understanding of tools and approaches to manage complex projects along with administrative and financial experience. The deadline for applications is 20 May 2018.
The International Rescue Committee is seeking an Evidence to Action Officer to support the production of evidence reviews on key interventions. The officer will help in preparing research and evidence inputs, provide technical oversight and coordinate with stakeholders involved to ensure evidence reviews and related products are of high-quality and relevant to decision makers.
The Global Development Network and the European Investment Bank are looking to induct up to 10 research professionals to constitute a team for the second cycle of their Program in Applied Development Finance. The team will conduct deep dives into the results and impact of select private sector development projects. This is one-year fellowship is open to nationals of African, Caribbean and Pacific countries and includes a stipend and research grant. The deadline for submitting applications is 30 April.
The Queen Rania Foundation is seeking an experienced evaluator to join their Impact Evaluation and Monitoring team. The manager will be working on designing and conducting evaluations for QRF’s pilot interventions using qualitative and mixed methods.
The Queen Rania Foundation is seeking an experienced evaluator to design and conduct evaluations for QRF’s pilot interventions using quantitative methods including randomised controlled trials.
NRGI is seeking a monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) specialist based out of London or New York. The officer will be responsible for leading implementation of the MEL strategy, including monitoring progress, scaling up and refining the monitoring systems and coordinating an externally led independent evaluation of the strategy. The officer will also provide support in implementing program evaluations. For deadlines and how to apply, follow the links below.
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Ashoka University's Centre for Social and Behavior Change is looking for qualified individuals for the role of Measurement, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) Specialist. The selected candidate will be responsible for measuring, learning and evaluating initiatives, programmes and projects, both new and established, and the portfolio, providing accountability and ensuring efficiency and success from start to finish. She/He will establish, refine and monitor key performance indicators of projects and programmes of the social and behavior change interventions; facilitating learning from project implementation and contributing to refining/revising project and programme strategies based on these learnings. S/he will oversee progress towards project goals and ensure that expected milestones and deliverables are met. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
The Queen Rania Foundation for Education and Development is offering an exciting opportunity to qualified individuals who have proven experience in impact evaluations of education programmes, through its Impact evaluation fellowship scheme. Selected fellow will support, research and contribute to designing impact evaluations of education programmes, including preparing the results and findings for publication. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Click here for the announcement.
3ie, Campbell Collaboration, EDePo, EPPI-Centre and LSHTM are launching a new Centre for Development and Learning (CEDIL). We will be recruiting three new full-time posts in the CEDIL secretariat, which is based at the London International Development Centre (LIDC): deputy director, research officer and programme manager. The job advertisements will be published by LSHTM very shortly. If you would like to be notified, please email email@example.com with subject line CEDIL jobs.
The Global Fund to End Slavery (the Fund) is hiring a Chief Measurement & Impact Evaluation Officer (CMIEO) in Washington, DC. The CMIEO will be a crucial member of the founding executive team and will bring extraordinary talent, passion, and commitment to establish a system of measurement that will be accepted globally as a tool in the fight to end slavery. Working closely with the CEO and fellow members of the Fund’s executive team, the CMIEO will lead the Fund’s evaluation and measurement agenda with a focus on quantifying and analyzing impact.