Final Evaluation Consultant – Views from the Frontline

  • Contract
  • remote
  • TBD USD / Year
  • Salary: TBD

Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction

Overview

We are looking for an experienced consultant to conduct a final evaluation of EU Devco funded project Views from the Frontline (VFL) 2019.

Main purpose of the role

The evaluator is responsible to conduct final project evaluation of the activities that are implemented in 50 project countries (including two pilot countries).

Overall scope of the evaluation

The overall scope of the final evaluation is to:

  • gather evidence of change by evaluating both qualitative and quantitative data against the project’s indicators; capturing achievements of the programme’s results and indicators; going beyond the recommendations of the mid-term evaluation conducted in 2021
  • Draw lessons and concrete recommendations contributing towards (a) Programme Goal and Outcomes and (b) overall GNDR strategy 2021-2025
  • Showcase examples of change of policies and practices and lessons learnt particularly in the areas of (a) localisation, (b) risk-informed development and (c) strengthening the collaborations across levels for building a coherent approach towards risks and resilience.
  • Showcase examples of how the programme has ensured accountability towards the communities most at risk

Start date

The evaluation post selection of the suitable consultant will begin from mid / end of September 2022.

The link for terms of reference is https://www.gndr.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/TOR-Final-Evaluation-EU-VFL-2019_JL-1.pdf

How to apply

The application documents must be submitted no later than 28th Aug 2022 in electronic format to the following address: [email protected] specifying “Final Evaluation” in the subject line.

The application file should include:

1. A technical offer including:

● Evaluation methodology: Describe your overall approach and evaluation methodology including, but not limited to, evaluation questions, evaluation design, proposed tools and methodology.

● Understanding of the issues at stake and the Terms of Reference.

● Relevant experience: Provide details of projects of similar scope, complexity and nature you have worked on previously.

● Specific expertise: advocacy campaigning, Global frameworks (incl. Agenda 2030), civic space, international networks.

● Key personnel and staffing: Describe the key personnel. Include CVs (no more than 2 pages each and attached as annex) of key personnel who will be part of the proposed plan.

● Timeline: Include a detailed timeline of key activities. Three references (including telephone numbers) and web links to previous work (if available) or Annexes. 2.A detailed financial offer including:

● A line-item budget: The cost estimates used to prepare the budget should be presented in Euro (including VAT and any other taxes). The tenderer should include his/her proposed daily rate, including all costs.

● A budget narrative. Applicants should clearly highlight any current or previous working or personal links to GNDR, as well as any risk around conflict of interest.

The interviews will take place during the week of 5 September 2022. A multilingual selection panel composed of GNDR staff will conduct the interviews.


Closing date: 8/28/2022