Evaluation Consultant for British Red Cross - Lebanon
British Red Cross is seeking a consultant to complete a Mid Term Review (MTR) of the Cash and Resilience for Syrian Refugees and Resident Communities in Lebanon program and identify key lessons and recommendations to improve ongoing work. The results of the MTR are expected to assess the program to date and inform management decision-making for ongoing and future work in Lebanon. The MTR will provide an evidence-based analysis that can be used to ensure that the program has been implemented in line with internal Movement accountability requirements (both organizational and accountability to affected persons), and that the current activities are having the desired impact for the targeted communities. The Cash and Resilience for Syrian Refugees and Resident Communities in Lebanon program supports vulnerable Syrian and Lebanese communities in Lebanon with cash support and technical assistance to develop microeconomic initiatives. The program is implemented by both the Lebanese Red Cross (LRC) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
Full information is contained in the Terms of Reference on this link: http://ssc.redcross.org.uk/SAVi_Jobs/Terms%20of%20Reference%20for%20Mid-Term%20Review.pdf
- Complete desk review of program documents
- Complete inception report including data collection/analysis plan and schedule, draft methodology, and data collection tools.
- Data collection and analysis.
- Validation of initial results with relevant stakeholders
- Draft evaluation report and workshop.
- Finalise evaluation report.
Timeframe and Location:
The MTR will take place in Lebanon in both Beirut and the program implementation sites in Arsal and surroundings. The MTR is expected to be finalized and accepted by 30 September 2020 and will include a maximum of 25 working days. The successful consultant is required to be based in Beirut, applicants requiring travel to/from Beirut will not be considered due to risks and limitations due to Covid-19.
- Demonstrated experience in conducting similar evaluations required.
- Proven track record of conducting quantitative and qualitative research and data analysis required.
- Sound knowledge of cash and livelihoods programming.
- Excellent written and spoken English, Arabic skills are strongly desired.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
- At least five years of direct full-time experience in the monitoring and evaluation field with at least three years’ experience designing and implementing assessments and evaluations.
- Proven track record of conducting qualitative research including the development of interview schedules and qualitative data analysis required.
- Familiarity with the socio-cultural and economic context, and gender and diversity in the Middle East and specifically in Lebanon.
- University degrees at the post-graduate level in a relevant field of study.
- Experience working in MENA strongly preferred.
- Knowledge and experience working with the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement preferred.
- Based in Lebanon.
How to apply
Applicants are required to submit a proposal to the British Red Cross that includes the following:
- A one-page cover letter demonstrating the ability to meet the above requirements.
- Current CV
- The proposed budget for the work, with a daily rate, clearly indicated.
- Two business references, giving names, organization, addresses, telephone number and relationship plus the work conducted for each.
Applications should be sent to [email protected] by email no later than Monday 27/07/2020 23:59 (Beirut Time), applications received after this point will not be considered. Please note that unsuccessful candidates will not receive a response.
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