3ie’s New Delhi office is looking for a research assistant to support our Promoting Latrine Use in Rural India Thematic Window. Candidates with graduate-level education in public health, economics, public policy, international development, public administration, psychology or other relevant social sciences will be preferred. The candidate will ideally have an interest in sanitation and the behavioural sciences, as the hallmark of this thematic window is the management of a portfolio of low-cost, behavioural science-based interventions to promote latrine use in rural India. This thematic window is supported by the Bill and Melina Gates Foundation, with intellectual inputs from the research institute for compassionate economics. It represents an innovate foray into understanding what works (as well as what does not) to promote latrine use, rather than just latrine construction, as a means to ending open defecation in India. The results will support the Government of India’s Swachh Bharat Mission. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the deadline of 30 April 2017.
The Independent Science and Partnership Council (ISPC) of the CGIAR seeks a qualified candidate to serve as Chair of its Standing Panel on Impact Assessment (SPIA). The SPIA Chair will lead on providing strategic guidance and oversight to SPIA and its program of work, ensuring key links between SPIA and the international academic community, representing SPIA and the CGIAR impact assessment community in relevant internal and external fora and participating as a member of ISPC, including but not limited to reporting and seeking Council input on SPIA activities. The SPIA Chair is an ex officio member of ISPC, and will be serving for a term of 3 years with the possibility of renewal for one additional term.
The deadline for applications is 15 May 2017.
3ie’s Washington office is looking for an intern who will assist the technical staff supporting the HIV programme at the 3ie Washington office. 3ie is specifically looking for candidates with graduate-level education in economics, public health, public policy, international development, or other relevant social sciences. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
3ie’s Washington office is looking for an intern to provide research assistance for our Impact Evaluation Repository/Data Services program. Candidates with graduate-level education in economics, public policy, international development, public administration, or other relevant social sciences will be preferred. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
3ie is inviting applications from highly qualified organisations, consortia or team of individuals to conduct an impact evaluation of the National Rural Livelihoods Project (NRLP) in India. The aim is to generate high-quality evidence on the socio-economic and human development impacts of interventions implemented under NRLP. The NRLP is currently implemented in 13 states in India where approximately 85 percent of the rural poor reside.
3ie is partnering with the World Bank and the Ministry of Rural Development on this project. The deadline for submitting completed applications is 23:59 GMT, 22 March 2017.
Queen Rania Foundation (QRF) is a seeking a senior evaluation specialist based in London. QRF seeks to create or localise impactful, innovative and sustainable interventions that have global relevance and an evidence-driven approach to learning is used to develop student centered and tech-enabled educational models. The senior evaluation specialist will lead the foundation’s efforts to identify the interventions and solutions with the best return on investment. The deadline for the applying is 17 March 2017.
Catholic University of Bukavu is seeking s research associate for The Rapid Response to Movements of Population (RRMP) programme, a large humanitarian assistance programme in eastern Congo. The position requires excellent logistical and management skills, in addition to a strong understanding of household survey implementation and quantitative social science research methods. This is a two-year assignment and the selected candidate is expected to join immediately. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
3ie’s Evaluation Office seeks an Evaluation Systems Specialist to support 3ie’s National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM) project. The position will involve being the nodal person on behalf of 3ie for executing the project on the ground. The key responsibilities of this position will include engaging with stakeholders, contributing to the creation of a synthesis report on NRLM, evaluate current MIS systems to make recommendations on M&E systems, support formative evaluations and lead, conduct and support capacity building workshops of the national and state missions of NRLM. This is a re-posting. Candidates who have applied previously need not re-apply. The deadline for applications is 17 February 2017.
IPE Triple Line has a new opening for a motivated and inspiring individual to head our monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) practice, working across all of IPE Triple Line’s sectors: Governance, Environment and Climate Change, Forest Governance, Social and Economic Empowerment and Private Sector Development. The successful candidate will be responsible for strengthening IPE Triple Line’s strong track record in this area. They will bring your existing knowledge and network to develop and strengthen expertise and work in MEL together with sector and practice heads.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
IDinsight is looking for a technical expert who possesses exceptional quantitative analytical skills, has impressive experience in field research, evaluation design, and applied econometrics, thrives in a developing country setting, and is passionate about making a difference, to join IDinsight’s Technical Team. Please apply online using the IDinsight Technical Manager Application. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
The International Budget Partnership (IBP) seeks to appoint a Senior Fellow: Impact and Learning in its Strategy and Learning Team (SALT) based in Cape Town, South Africa to provide technical guidance on the design, implementation, methodology, and content of learning and impact research. The Senior Fellow will support IBP’s internal strategic decision-making and application by IBP’s CSO partners in the field of public finance advocacy. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
The International Rescue Committee is looking for a Senior Technical Advisor to work with the Research, Evaluation and Learning Unit, and the Education Unit to advance research on education. Their main responsibilities will include setting a research agenda, identifying research projects that have potential for high impact, mapping and engaging with relevant partners, and implementing and publishing high-quality research.
3ie is seeking an intern to provide research and program assistance to our Impact Evaluation Services (IES) and HIV teams at the 3ie Washington office (WO). The WO intern will serve as a research and program assistant to the WO HIV and IES staff. He/she will also occasionally assist other WO staff. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.Read the terms of reference (119.5 KB)
RTI International seeks an experienced and energetic Senior Education Evaluation Specialist to support their work in education sector monitoring and evaluation, surveys, assessments, analysis and policy dialogue and dissemination. The successful candidate will be responsible for a range of technical, M&E, mentoring, business development and management activities.
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.
The Global Innovation Fund (GIF) is building a diverse roster of reviewers with expert technical knowledge to provide brief reviews of shortlisted funding proposals. The innovations GIF supports can be located in any developing country and may focus on any sector relevant to international development. Candidates with a diversity of skills, experiences and expertise are encouraged to apply especially candidates with in-depth knowledge of one or more sectors relevant to global development, such as agriculture, energy, finance, health or education.