M & E System Consultant: Next Phase Development

International

Center for Reproductive Rights

Application Deadline

10/02/2023 11:59 pm

The Center for Reproductive Rights is hiring for a Monitoring and Evaluation consultant to advise upon the expansion of developing organisational ME&L systems, for a duration of 30 days over four months. The consultancy should be completed by June 30 2023.

Job/Assignment  Description

Consultancy to advise on expanding the development of the organizational ME&L system at the Center for Reproductive Rights and use of outcome harvesting as a primary M&E methodology

Description of the role or assignment

We are seeking an experienced consultant to serve as an advisor to support us in taking forward the next phase of our ME&L system development, including support to determining our optimum method mix for capturing and analyzing outcomes and results from our work.  Specifically, the team has been piloting Outcome Harvesting as one method and we require the selected consultant to have experience with this methodology so they can review our process and results captured to date and make recommendations for analysis and next steps for integrating Outcome Harvesting into a more comprehensive ME&L system. The ideal candidate will also have experience with a range of qualitative methods and serve as a thought partner to the ME&L Unit on what approaches would best fit our needs for impact evaluation and reporting as well as for linking into strategy development.

Details of the hiring person/organisation

The Center for Reproductive Rights (the Center) is the global leader in using the power of law to advance reproductive rights as fundamental human rights. Headquartered in New York City, the non-profit, non-partisan organization has regional offices in Bogota, Geneva, Nairobi, and Washington, DC, and a staff of approximately 200 diverse professionals. The Center’s compelling human rights mission and reputation for excellence and cutting-edge legal work has powered its exceptional growth trajectory to an operating budget of over $40 million and won the respect of the world’s leading law firms, as reflected in the additional $32 million annually in donated legal services, representing the work last year of over 1,000 lawyers in 43 countries.

How to apply, and the deadline for applications

All applications should be sent to Amelia Holstrom at aholstrom@reprorights.org by February 10th, 5pm EST with “Monitoring & Evaluation System Next Phase Development” on the subject line. The Center will review all applications as they arrive. To be considered, interested and qualified consultants must submit the following documentation:

  • Resume or CV
  • Short cover letter (max 2 pages) explaining your relevant experience and suggested advisory approach. Please be specific about your experience with ME&L system development, Outcome Harvesting, and qualitative method mix.
  • Financial offer with an expected daily rate.
  • Full contact details of at least two references from among recent clients.

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