IBTCI supports the Performance Management and Support Program (PMSP) in Iraq, focused on providing ongoing monitoring, verification, and evaluation support to USAID/Iraq. PMSP delivers timely qualitative, quantitative, and analytical information that assists USAID in meeting the agency’s short, medium, and long-term monitoring and evaluation objectives in Iraq.
The Evaluation Coordinator will directly coordinate PMSP’s evaluation operations and will report to the Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist (SMES). The Evaluation Coordinator will coordinate the evaluation schedules, travel and tasks of the evaluation team members, track progress against defined targets, conduct data quality control and track the timely submission and quality of reports.
Additional responsibilities include day-to-day management of information transfers between data systems and evaluation teams, working with PMSP managers to identify team staff M&E training needs, and assisting in the design, development and implementation of PMSP staff M&E-related capacity building activities.
The anticipated start date is early-August 2017. The ideal candidate is skilled in the monitoring and evaluation of donor-funded development and humanitarian assistance programming, staff capacity building, data system management, and has previous experience in a similar or equivalent role in Iraq.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Operating primarily from PMSP HQ located in Baghdad, Iraq (Green Zone), but with scheduled and unscheduled travel to regions of Iraq where activities are being implemented;
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Must have a university degree relevant to the work (i.e.: International Affairs, Social Science, or a related field).
Work is typically performed in an office environment. Operating primarily from PMSP HQ located in Baghdad, Iraq (Green Zone), but with scheduled and unscheduled travel to regions of Iraq where activities are being implemented.
This is largely a sedentary position that requires the ability to speak, hear, see, and lift small objects up to 20 lbs.
The Evaluation Coordinator will directly supervise field evaluation teams (made up of 2-5 members each).
Routine scheduled and unscheduled travel to regions of Iraq where activities are being implemented.
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