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UNICEF Cambodia
Deadline: Thursday 21st June 2018
Contact for further information: Erica Mattellone This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

UNICEF Cambodia seeks applications from qualified individuals to complete an independent Evaluation of Cambodia Multilingual Education National Action Plan. The closing date of this vacancy announcement is extended to Thursday, 21 June, 2018.

Please feel free to forward this message to other individuals in your networks who may be interested and available to conduct this evaluation. For additional information, please refer to this posting:

Apply online at https://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=513438 

Further Information

Project: Capturing Coral Reef and Related Ecosystems Services’ (CCRES)
Funded by: World Bank/Global Environmental Facility (GEF) / The University of Queensland (Australia)
Deadline: Wednesday 20th June 2018
Contact for further information: Liz Izquierdo. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

For full details please click here for PDF doc.

To submit a quotation: please address how your expertise and experience match the requirement of the assignment. Visit CCRES website: http://ccres.net/ for more information on the project


 

IOCE and EvalPartners
Deadline: Monday 11 June 2018

Swiss Development Corporation Grant Coordination and Reporting

The Swiss Development Corporation (SDC) has awarded an amount of 800,000 CFR to EvalPartners (through IOCE) to implement the parts of its strategic plan related to its Flagship programmes between November 2017 and December 2020 (37 months).

The work involves bringing together the five EvalPartners Networks to work collaboratively in sixteen focus countries chosen in the EvalPartners global regions toward the maturation of National Evaluation System Capacity (Flagship #1) and toward the development and implementation of an advocacy campaign on “Evidence matters” (Flagship #2). More information is provided in the attached EvalPartners Strategic Plan 2018-2020

While administrative coordination of the grant will be provided by the IOCE Secretariat, the program will require a significant amount of strategic coordination, information, and reporting. As such EvalPartners is looking for an outstanding candidate who can provide Technical Assistance in the management of the two Flagships in addition to on-demand technical support to the executive instances of EvalPartners.

The winning applicant will work closely with the Executive Committee of EvalPartners as well as a collegial management group (CMG) of the two flagships composed of representatives of the IOCE Board and the five EvalPartners Networks to execute the following list of (non-exhaustive) tasks:

     1. Develop a general critical path of the activities required to deliver all the activities identified in the grant application in a timely manner;

     2. Support the CMG in:

a. identifying the focus countries as well as self-participating countries;

b. identifying key stakeholders and potential partners in each focus country;

c. based on existing data, developing a diagnostic of each country, feasible objectives, and a relevant strategy;

d. coordinating the implementation of the strategy;

e. collecting (qualitative and quantitative) information on activities, outputs, and outcomes, as well as relevant tactical and strategic partnerships, enablers, challenges, and solutions;

f.  regularly taking stock of the situation, report to EvalPartners, and participate in the revision to the strategies as events unfold;

     3. Coordinate the work of volunteers and contractors responsible various aspects of the two Flagship program implementation, including the organization of the global events identified in the proposal to SDC;

     4. Produce monthly public reporting of the activities of EvalPartners under this umbrella project and the main extra-focus activities of Networks;

     5. Publish monthly updates on the EvalPartners website;

     6. Contribute to the reporting on activities and results to the funder.

Eligibility and budget

Individuals as well as companies are eligible to apply. The work will be mostly home-based. Work-related travel (such as the participation in events or meetings) will be funded separately. Current members of the EvalPartners Management Group and their immediate relatives cannot bid for this work.

Candidates must be available to start by 1 July 2018. The monthly compensation is set at 3,000 CHF for a total of 12 months (with the possibility of renewal for an additional 12 months), the first 3 months being considered as probation period. This amount should be inclusive of VAT and/or applicable taxes as well as all benefits provided to staff.

Required Skills and Experience

  • Master`s degree (or equivalent) in social science or related field and/or evaluation of public policy related field.

Experience:

  • A minimum of 3 years professional experience, preferably in the field of evaluation and/or knowledge management.
  • Experience in the coordination of research work and analytic work in evaluation and international development
  • Background in international relations and knowledge of current development issues,
  • Knowledge of National Evaluation Capacity Development systems and programmes

Review Criteria

Candidates are kindly asked to submit an updated CV together with a cover letter of a maximum of two pages explaining:

  • Why they consider themselves suitable candidates for the work specified?
  • Their understanding of the scope of work and the additional “twist” they bring?
  • More on their inter-personal and life experience that is not necessarily reflected in the ToRs
  • Availability and constraints
  • Other relevant information.

Proposal Presentation

The CVs and cover letters should be delivered as a single pdf file to Lynn Burgess This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and Weronika Felcis This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. no later than Monday 11 June 2018. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


 

Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF)
Deadline: Friday 15th June 2018
Contact for further information: Catherine Harbour, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) is commissioning an evaluation of one of its energy investments. The purpose of this evaluation exercise is to assess the investment’s relevance, effectiveness and impact on energy decarbonisation and energy transitions, with key lessons and recommendations to improve current investments, and investment strategies moving forward.

Necessary competencies and experience will include: experience leading evaluations related to climate change interventions; experience in evaluating communications, advocacy or strategic engagement; and experience using mixed methods and theory-based approaches.

CIFF is commissioning the evaluation in two phases: Phase 1: Expressions of Interest, and Phase 2: Full Proposals. The evaluation is a sensitive exercise. The intention of having a 2-phase commissioning process is to respect and minimize the amount of work that interested applicants need to do to apply.

Individuals, firms, and consortia may submit Expressions of Interest in response to this Request for Expressions of Interest. Based on the Expressions of Interest received, CIFF will invite selected applicants to submit full proposals.
Applicants selected from Phase 1 (Expressions of Interest) will be asked to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement, after which they will receive more information about the energy investment to inform their development of full proposals (Phase 2).

Interested parties are invited to express their interest by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 15 June 2018 at 11:59 pm London, with “Expression of Interest – Energy Evaluation” and “name of individual/firm” in the subject line.

The Expression of Interest should include only the following:

  1. Name of individual or Firm. In the case of a consortium, name of leading individual or firm.
  2. Country of incorporation and (if different) country whose data protection laws apply to the individual or firm.
  3. Website address, if applicable.
  4. Individual’s or firm’s experience with managing and protecting data in a highly secure manner (700 words or less). The evaluation is a sensitive exercise.

Please do not send technical or financial proposals at this time.


 

UNICEF Cambodia
Deadline: Tuesday 12 June 2018
Contact for further information: Erica Mattellone, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

UNICEF Cambodia is seeking an individual consultancy to evaluate the Multilingual Education National Action Plan at the end of its implementation, and inform its new strategic direction. This independent evaluation is expected to begin in July 2018 and to be completed by October 2018.

Terms of Reference


 

Global Green Growth Institute
Deadline: 19 June 2018
Contact for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) is commissioning an independent evaluation of its Peru Country Program.

Proposals are now being invited from firms who meet the specified requirements to conduct the evaluation.

For more details on the opportunity and tendering instructions, please visit: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/gggi/aspx/ProjectManage/47


 

Legal Assistance Strategy and Funding (DJAG)
Deadline: Thursday 7 June 2018
Contact for further information:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General is seeking quotes for the delivery of an independent evaluation of the implementation of the statewide coronial assistance services (the services).

The network of legal assistance support available to vulnerable and disadvantaged Queenslanders is known as the ‘service system.’ Coronial assistance services are a new component of this service system. In May 2017, the Queensland Government allocated $325,000 over 2016-20 to Caxton Legal Centre (Caxton) to establish the services, which provide assistance to grieving families through direct service provision and coordination of pro bono services. The services are delivered in partnership with Townsville Community Legal Service.

OPPORTUNITY
We are seeking quotes for the delivery of an independent evaluation of the implementation of the services. Recommendations delivered through the evaluation will inform the services’ continuous improvement and may also inform future funding decisions on providing sustainable long-term funding.

The request for quote which contains comprehensive information is available for download via QTenders. A simple way to find the documentation is to log in to QTenders and search for DJAG5791718 using the search function.

Applications must be submitted via QTenders by 2.00pm AEST on 7 June 2018.


 

Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG)
Deadline: Thursday 7 June 2018
Contact for further information:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General is seeking quotes for the delivery of an independent evaluation of the implementation of the statewide sexual assault counselling privilege (SACP) legal assistance services (the services).

The network of legal assistance support available to vulnerable and disadvantaged Queenslanders is known as the ‘service system.’ SACP legal assistance services are a new component of this service system. In August 2017, the Queensland Government allocated $1.588 million over 2017-20 to Legal Aid Queensland (LAQ) to establish the services, which provide legal advice and representation to sexual assault victims and counsellors who seek to prevent disclosure of counselling communications in court. The services are delivered in partnership with the Women’s Legal Service (WLS). Both LAQ and WLS have employed an in-house senior lawyer and administrative support. Further, LAQ have made grants of aid available for representation available to a statewide specialised panel of lawyers.

Professionals seeking assistance (e.g. psychiatrists, psychologists and counsellors) are provided education sessions on the SACP, as well as legal assistance services to support them in the practical application of SACP.

OPPORTUNITY

We are seeking quotes for the delivery of an independent evaluation of the service implementation, including its responsiveness to the level of demand.

The purpose of the evaluation is to inform continuous improvement of the model for delivering the services.

The request for quote which contains comprehensive information is available for download via QTenders. A simple way to find the documentation is to log in to QTenders and search for DJAG5411617 using the search function.

Applications must be submitted via QTenders by 2.00pm AEST on 7 June 2018.


 

NQ Dry Tropics
Deadline: Monday 28 May 2018
Contact for further information: Barbara Colls (MERI Officer) NQ Dry Tropics (Ph: 0448 629 932)

NQ Dry Tropics is a not-for-profit organisation and the leading natural resource management body in the Burdekin Dry Tropics region, North Queensland. 

NQ Dry Tropics is seeking to engage a suitably qualified and experienced evaluation organisation or professional to deliver annual evaluations of its Landholders Driving Change (LDC) project. The priority of the LDC project is to deliver enduring and sustainable land management within the communities of the Bowen, Broken and Bogie (BBB) catchments.

Responses to this RFQ (see below further information) must address all items listed in the RFQ Specification. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to obtain supporting attachments.

Further information