Consultant (Midterm Review)Role Requirements
The Love Alliance expects to (1) have an assessment about its effectiveness and impact during the first 2,5 years of implementation as well as (2) provide recommendations for the remainder of the project duration. The review will assess – through the lens of its partners, communities and other actors involved – the relevance, contribution and attribution of the change generated by our joint work. The analysis must be in line with the cultural, environmental and political contexts in which the Alliance works.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, skilled and flexible consultant with MEL expertise and excellent coordination skills. The consultant should be familiar with working with key populations (including LGBTQI people, sex workers, People Who Use Drugs (PWUD) and People Living with HIV (PLHIV) and have previous experience of developing MEL for scopes of work focussed on advocacy and grant-making.
- Has an advanced university degree in Social Sciences, International Public Health, Policy analysis or related field, or similar experiences;
- Expertise in monitoring and evaluation, in particular in Theory of Change processes, international level advocacy programmes and grant making at an alliance multi-country and global programme level;
- Experience with programmes and partnerships funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in particular advocacy programmes;
- Strong coordination and analytical skills;
- Experience with working with international (I)NGOs representing key population communities;
- Experience with participatory (research or monitoring and evaluation) assessment methodologies;
- Is fluent in English and has proven native-level writing skills. In addition, Working professions of French and Portuguese are highly recommended.
- Preferably from one of the Love Alliance countries.
How to apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to: email@example.com using the Job Title as the subject of the email with their daily consultancy rate in USD contained in the body of the mail.