Job Openings Evaluation Team Lead, Mozambique

About the job Evaluation Team Lead, Mozambique

Seeking Evaluation Team Leader – WFP Mozambique Gender Transformative and Nutrition Sensitive (GTNS) Project

About Us: Gender Resources Inc (GRI) is a women-owned small business based in San Francisco, California that leads international programs to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment so that all people – women, men, boys, and girls – have equal opportunities to lead more fulfilling lives. We apply innovative practices in adult education, information communication technology, and results-based program management to achieve tangible impacts. Our firm seeks candidates who are creative problem solvers who share our passion for advancing gender equality and women’s empowerment. 

Position Description: GRI is seeking a Team Lead for an anticipated evaluation of the World Food Programme’s Mozambique Gender Transformative and Nutrition Sensitive (GTNS) Project. Primary responsibilities include:

·         Defining the evaluation approach and methodology

·         Guiding and managing the team

·         Leading the evaluation missions and representing the evaluation team

·         Drafting and revising, as required, the inception report, baseline report, any mid-line reports and the final evaluation reports

·         Giving end of field work (ie exit) debriefing presentation and evaluation report in line with DEQAS

·         Liaising with the WFP evaluation manager, evaluation committee, and evaluation reference group

 

Qualifications:

·         Proven technical expertise in evaluation

·         Demonstrated experience in leading and implementing similar evaluations; experience with WFP evaluations preferred

·         Strong analytical, communication, and presentation skills in Portuguese and English

·         Proven practical expertise of designing and implementing rigorous evaluations, ideally in food and nutrition

·         Proven background in social science research methodologies; proven experience in designing and conducting quantitative studies; statistical analysis skills strongly preferred

·         In-depth knowledge of nutrition programming, within the wider context of food security in low-income country contexts

·         Gender and nutrition specific expertise and good knowledge of and experience in evaluating gender issues in nutrition and food security in a low-income country context

·         Minimum of ten (10) years of relevant experience

·         MA required; PhD preferred

·         In-depth knowledge of and familiarity with the Mozambique country context

·         Proven success liaising with representatives at all levels on gender and inclusion issues

·         Ability and interest to travel in Chemba district in Sofala province in Mozambique

 

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. No phone calls please. GRI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.