Evaluation and Assessment Advisor – Tanzania
SoCha, LLC is preparing a response to the USAID/Tanzania Tanzania
Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning, and Adaptation (T-MELA) Activity. The
purpose of the Tanzania Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning, and Adaptation
activity is to provide technical and advisory services to
USAID/Tanzania to meet its Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning
requirements by 1) strengthening the ability of USAID Agreement and
Contracting Officer’s Representatives (AOR/CORs) to perform proper
oversight of USAID-funded activities; 2) strengthening USAID and IP
capacity and commitment to apply evidence for activity design,
implementation, and adaptation; 3) strengthening USAID, IP, and
government of Tanzania monitoring systems and processes; and 4)
enhancing the capacity of local monitoring and evaluation organizations.
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To support the associated MEL services on this activity, SoCha seeks a full-time, qualified Evaluation and Assessment Advisor.
**Experienced Tanzanian citizens and resident evaluators are encouraged to apply.**
Scope of Work:
Illustrative Functions of the Position
The Evaluation Expert will:
evaluation, analyses, and assessments throughout the life of the
activity, including data collection, design of evaluation methodologies,
strategic approaches and participatory data collection methods and
protocols, as well as data quality verification techniques.
responsible for the design, quality, and final deliverables of all
evaluation reports and any evaluations, assessments, surveys, and
studies including the testing of the development hypotheses, where
- Design of the evaluation methodology and
participatory data collection methods and protocols for both performance
and impact evaluations.
- Work with the Chief of Party (COP) in
ensuring that evaluation information is shared and utilized through
knowledge sharing and strategic learning processes to speed innovation
and improve upon and bring new innovations to the Mission’s programmatic
Minimum qualifications and experience:
- An advanced degree in international development, public administration, organizational development or a relevant field;
of eight (8) years of experience in monitoring and evaluation
methodologies (i.e. both quantitative and qualitative data collection,
processing, and analysis);
- Demonstrated experience in monitoring and evaluation, collaboration, learning, and adapting (CLA) approach;
- Understanding of international development sectors, including youth, health, education, and governance;
practical experience in using monitoring and evaluation and learning
activities to inform activity implementation and results and, Prior
experience working on USAID-funded activities preferred.
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, with some in-country travel.
How to apply:
To apply, please lodge CV highlighting your experience in qualitative research via the form below.
Applications close 21 August 2022 and promising candidates may be selected before this deadline.