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Call for Expression of Interest for the Independent Process Evaluation of Brooke East Africa (BEA) Affiliate
Brooke is looking for an evaluation team composed of a Lead Evaluator and a Partnership Finance and Management Expert to conduct the evaluation between 25th May and 26th July 2018. The assignment is 35 workdays for the Lead evaluator and 21.5 days for the Partnership Finance and Management Expert and will require travel to Kenya.
Candidates shall apply as a team or for one of the two roles. The deadline to submit expressions of interest is Sunday 22nd April.
Applicants should send their CV and a cover letter outlining their motivation in working for Ecorys to [email protected] The deadline for receipt of applications is 20 April 2018.
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Job Advertisement - new position at University of Oxford, please apply by noon 17 April 2018:
Associate Professorship of Evidence-Based Policy Evaluation
Oxford University’s Department of Social Policy and Intervention in association with Green Templeton College, Oxford
Grade 10a: £46,336 - £62,219 p.a.
The Department of Social Policy and Intervention has an exciting opportunity for an outstanding scholar to join the Department as an Associate Professor of Evidence-Based Policy Evaluation, in association with a non-tutorial fellowship at Green Templeton College. The post is available from 1 October 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter. The appointment will be for 5 years in the first instance, and upon completion of a successful review, the post holder will be eligible for reappointment to the retiring age.
Applications are invited from academics whose teaching and research interests extend or complement the Department’s existing expertise in evidence-based social intervention and social policy evaluation. We would particularly welcome applicants with expertise in the evaluation of policies and complex social interventions, including those with expertise in non-randomised research methods (e.g. natural experiments or quasi-experimental designs).
We welcome applicants with expertise in policy evaluation in a range of areas, such as (but not restricted to), health and public health, social care, education, poverty and social exclusion, education, crime and violence. We are open to a range of research foci, but expect a body of established work on social policy and intervention evaluation. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute towards teaching on the Masters courses in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation and supervising DPhil students and to pursue an independent research agenda. The scholar will be part of a lively and intellectually stimulating multi-disciplinary research community.
The successful candidate will have completed a doctorate in social sciences, behavioural sciences or closely related disciplines such as public health, have an outstanding programme of research.
Further information, including details about how to apply, can be obtained by clicking on the link to the further particulars below.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Tuesday 17 April 2018. Interviews will be held on 14 June 2018.
Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.
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Vacancy ID : 134082, Contact Email: [email protected]
The European Journal of Development research (EJDR) is seeking an Editor specialised in Qualitative Methods and Evaluation, ideally bilingual French/ English. The role is described in the attachment.
WFP Office of Evaluation seeks French speaking evaluators for Country Portfolio Evaluation of Madagascar
WFP independent Office of Evaluation (OEV) will soon be implementing the Country Portfolio Evaluation for Madagascar during the course of 2018, as per the TOR and timeline (link below).
CPEs assess all WFP activities implemented during a specific timeframe, and evaluate the performance and results of WFP country portfolio as a whole. They provide evaluative insights to make evidence-based decisions about positioning WFP in a country and are intended to inform strategic planning, partnerships, programme design, and implementation. CPEs aim to help Country Offices in the preparation of Country Strategy Plan and documentation of lessons that can be used in the design of new interventions.
The evaluation will review any current and all WFP operations implemented since 2013 till end of 2017 and all geographic areas covered by the portfolio. In particular, the evaluation will assess country program, protracted relief and recovery operation (PRRO), emergency operation (EMOP). The evaluation will include the "dynamic" nature of these operations in the context of Madagascar. The evaluation will be conducted in French/English with Evaluation Report written in French.
If you are interested and available considered for this evaluation, please let us know your interest and share your current CVs by close of business March 30, 2018 with Dawit Habtemariam, [email protected]
Location: remote, with field visits and briefings at WFP HQ Rome, Italy
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