“Data Collection Coordinator”
The baseline study seeks to:
• Assist Right to Play in strengthening and finalizing the EQIE M&E framework as a foundation for effective implementation and measurement of program outcomes.
• Design and conduct a baseline study with a methodology and measurement tools that are gender-sensitive and disability-inclusive in order to highlight the needs of all participants.
• Provide insights on the status of learning outcomes, classroom dynamics, and school retention in programming areas to set achievable targets against program outcomes.
Methodology and scope
A mixed methodology study (quantitative, qualitative, and observational) is used to provide insights on the status of learning outcomes at the beginning of the project.
The sample size will be representative of the overall targeted population that is 400 children in Grade 4, 100 parents through phone surveys and 15 teachers.
The anticipated number of working days for the consultancy is 20 days.
Training of enumerators will take place inside Beirut (4 days) Data collection will take place in Palestinian refugee camps inside Beirut, Tripoli and Tyre areas.
Qualifications of the consultant
A consultant is needed with the following competencies and experience:
• Experience in conducting training;
• Demonstrated capability to lead and supervise team members;
• Experience as an enumerator in quantitative data collection required, experience conducting/managing quantitative and qualitative data collection preferred;
• Experience using digital data collection programs required;
• Strong facilitation skills, particularly with regards to working with adolescents and adults in vulnerable communities;
• Masters’ degree in a relevant field (e.g., Psychology, Education, Public Health, or Social Sciences);
• Demonstrated understanding and support of principles of equity, participation and inclusion;
• Fluency in English and Arabic
How to apply
Kindly refer to the attached TOR
Interested individuals are requested to submit the following documents:
• Updated CV;
• Cover letter;
• Financial proposal that includes a budget for the expected activities and the per diem for in USD (or in LBP with an exchange rate to USD);
• MOF registration number if available; The financial proposal needs to be stamped and signed;
Proposal deadline: Thursday, April 22, 2021
Kindly submit the proposal with the requested documents by April 22, 2021, to Ms. Rayane Tarabah, People and Culture Officer, at [email protected], with “Data Collection Coordinator” in the email heading.
For more clarification regarding the proposal contact Ms. Ghinwa Monzer, Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Officer, at [email protected]. Incomplete proposals will not be considered, and early submissions are encouraged. While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Competitive budgets would be considered.منتهية الصلاحية