As the project is coming to an end, Search needs to undertake a comprehensive and cost-effective external final evaluation. The evaluation will cover relevant DAC criteria, including criteria such as relevance, effectiveness, and impact of the project. Key principles that should drive the design of the final evaluation are the Common Ground Approach, Conflict Sensitivity, Do No Harm principles, the best interest of the child and UNICEF’s equity approach.
- Graduate degree in Conflict Studies, Social Work or other relevant degree is an added advantage;
- 5 years or more of experience in evaluations and large-scale qualitative and quantitative studies with international organizations;
- Experience in evaluating programs relating to community development, peacebuilding, and conflict resolution;
- Experience in evaluating programs relating to reintegration, psycho-social support, child education and development, or livelihoods will be an added advantage;
- Prior work experience in Borno State, Nigeria;
Other Relevant Requirements
- Strong analytical skills;
- Excellent written communication and report writing skills in English;
- Demonstrated experience in leading large scale research in the specific context of the Borno state, including ability to recruit a research team locally as needed;
- Ability to communicate fluently in English;
- Knowledge of languages indigenous to Borno state such as Hausa and Kanuri will be an added advantage;
- Ability to be flexible with time and work schedule.
How To Apply
Interested candidates are invited to send an application through our Career Portal, no later than Friday, 5th May, 2019. The title of the application should be: “Final Evaluation – “Supporting the Socio-Economic Reintegration of Children” and the application should hold four attachments: