3ie is currently seeking an evaluation specialist, who will work principally on their HIV evidence and other health programs managed by the Washington office. S/he will also provide technical assistance for other 3ie evidence generation and use activities, as well as business development priorities, as needed. French is preferred and experience working in HIV and other health programs is highly preferred. Candidates must have work authorization in the U.S.
We are currently seeking an evaluation specialist, who will work principally on our HIV evidence and other health programs managed by the Washington office. The evaluation specialist will support 3ie’s program to promote impact evaluation of HIV-related interventions and other health and social protection programs and interventions. S/he will also provide technical assistance for other 3ie evidence generation and use activities, as well as business development priorities, as needed.
- Grant management and quality assurance
- Technical assistance
- Evidence production and evidence uptake
- New business development
The evaluation specialist assists with the management of 3ie’s HIV, other health and non-health grants activities including preparing proposal materials for program funders, writing program documents, reviewing grant proposals and participating in grantee selection decisions, providing quality assurance for 3ie-funded studies, and managing external reviewers, among other tasks. S/he also conducts research and writes documents including scoping reports and replication studies. The evaluation specialist conducts additional tasks such as serving as an internal reviewer for other 3ie-funded impact evaluations, providing content for 3ie’s website and other communication and marketing products, participating and presenting in conferences, leading workshops and providing other technical support. As new funding is received, the scope of work may be adjusted to fit the new needs and priorities.
In addition to these responsibilities and depending on the successful candidate’s experience and qualifications, s/he will become directly involved in new business initiatives. The evaluation specialist will report to a senior evaluation specialist who is responsible for the projects most related to the evaluation specialist’s work. However, s/he will be working in a matrixed environment and will be expected to establish strong and collaborative relations with staff across all 3ie offices, with implementers in the field and with 3ie members located in L&MICs. International travel is required less than 15 per cent of time.
Terms of Employment
The evaluation specialist works in 3ie’s Washington office and reports to the senior evaluation specialist. Applicants must have work authorization in the United States without sponsorship. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. All 3ie employees are required to occasionally attend Skype or video conference meetings outside of normal business hours.
To learn more about how to apply go to http://www.3ieimpact.org/en/an