- Location: Flexible. – This assignment will largely be conducted remotely online, with potential field trips and in-person attendance of selected events
- Duration: September 2021 until February 2023
- Reporting to: Europe-Asia Department Manager
The EU4Peace initiative aims to support the OSCE Minsk Group process and promote agreements towards a sustainable and comprehensive settlement. The objective of its four components is to support dialogues and help civil society and experts to further engage, address consequences of conflict and broaden local support for lasting peace and security in the region.
EU4Peace Component 1 is coordinated by Conciliation Resources and implemented jointly with a Consortium of peer organisations and a range of local partners. With regard to Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), the Consortium is committed to the use of evidence and systematic reflection to improve the relevance, effectiveness, and impact of its work. We will conduct regular monitoring to capture indications of progress both against outputs and outcomes set in our logframe, as well as relevant unexpected changes that project activities may have contributed to. Analysis of observed progress will inform reporting, further planning and adaption.
In order to strengthen monitoring, evaluation and learning processes across the Consortium, Conciliation Resources is recruiting an external consultant who can function as developmental evaluator, and in this role critically support the project team.
All proposals should be emailed to Conciliation Resources’s recruitment email address at firstname.lastname@example.org with the title "Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Consultant".
The deadline for receipt of proposals is 5 September 2021(23.59 BST).
Download the Terms of Reference for further detail.