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  • Posted: May 27, 2020
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    LINC LLC is a small business headquartered in Washington, DC dedicated to strengthening local actors and systems. At LINC, we believe that a practical approach to engaging committed, capable local actors increases international development effectiveness and sustainability. Awarded USAID’s “2017 Small Business of the Year” distinction, we ar...
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    Youth Development Specialists

    Position Status: Consultant 

    Position Description

    LINC is seeking evaluation experts to be proposed on task orders under the USAID/Kenya and East Africa Evaluation, Assessments, and Analyses (EAA) Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ).. Under this mechanism consultants are anticipated to provide technical and advisory services in: (1) planning and conducting evaluations, analyses, and assessments; (2) technical assistance in relevant subject-matter areas; (3) capacity building; and (4) data visualization, synthesis, evaluation, program and policy analysis. We are recruiting for experts with demonstrated professional experience conducting evaluations and/or analyses in East Africa, including Kenya, Somalia, Burundi, DR Congo, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda.

    Technical experts should have demonstrated experience in youth development, specifically workforce development and skill building, youth empowerment, civic engagement and addressing youth risks. Applicants should have experience conducting discrete research, designing, monitoring and/or evaluating donor-funded development programming in this sector, and a strong background in quantitative and/or qualitative methods, research design, data quality control, analytics and reporting.

    Applications will be assessed and added to LINC’s EAA roster on an ongoing basis.

    Skill Areas

    Successful candidates should be able demonstrate rich expertise in one or more of the following skill areas relevant to donor-funded development programming in one or more countries in East Africa:

    • Advanced research methods, including a range of evaluation, assessment, program design and monitoring methodologies;
    • Program evaluation utilizing qualitative and/or qualitative techniques, potentially including experimental, quasi-experimental, performance evaluation, whole-of-project evaluation, and Developmental Evaluation (DE);
    • Field data collection, including conducting of focus groups, key informant interviews, and surveys;
    • Data quality control, including data quality assessment and oversight;
    • Advanced data analytics, including descriptive statistics, systems analysis, and data visualization;
    • Assessment and evaluation writing and reporting, demonstrating a track record of authorship of high-quality reporting documentation;
    • Technical expertise in youth development, relevant to the East African context;
    • Understanding and expertise in development policy and programming, including key governmental, bi-lateral, and multi-lateral policy and funding priorities.

    Skills and Qualifications

    We anticipate that most successful candidates will have a Master’s degree, at least 5 of experience working on donor-funded programming in East Africa, and fluency in English. The ability to speak Swahili and/or other local languages is a plus.

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    Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Specialists

    Position Status: Consultant 

    Background

    LINC LLC is a small business headquartered in Washington, DC dedicated to strengthening local actors and systems. At LINC, we believe that a practical approach to engaging committed, capable local actors increases international development effectiveness and sustainability. Awarded USAID’s “2017 Small Business of the Year” distinction, we are a team of reflective practitioners, passionate and energetic in our work, and committed to locally led development. We partner with major universities, foundations, local NGOs, consulting firms, USAID, and DFID, among others. Our country experience spans Africa, Latin America, Asia, and Europe. For more information on LINC, please visit www.linclocal.org.

     

    Position Description

    LINC is seeking  evaluation experts to be proposed on task orders under the USAID/Kenya and East Africa Evaluation, Assessments, and Analyses (EAA) Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ). Under this mechanism consultants are anticipated to provide technical and advisory services in: (1) planning and conducting evaluations, analyses, and assessments; (2) technical assistance in relevant subject-matter areas; (3) capacity building; and (4) data visualization, synthesis, evaluation, program and policy analysis. We are recruiting for experts with demonstrated professional experience conducting evaluations and/or analyses in East Africa, including Kenya, Somalia, Burundi, DR Congo, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda.

    Technical experts should have demonstrated experience in WASH, specifically water access and management for human and agricultural use, and sanitation service delivery. Applicants should have experience conducting discrete research, designing, monitoring and/or evaluating donor-funded development programming in this sector, and a strong background in quantitative and/or qualitative methods, research design, data quality control, analytics and reporting.

    Applications will be assessed and added to LINC’s EAA roster on an ongoing basis.

    Skill Areas

    Successful candidates should be able demonstrate rich expertise in one or more of the following skill areas relevant to donor-funded development programming in one or more countries in East Africa:

    • Advanced research methods, including a range of evaluation, assessment, program design and monitoring methodologies;
    • Program evaluation utilizing qualitative and/or qualitative techniques, potentially including experimental, quasi-experimental, performance evaluation, whole-of-project evaluation, and Developmental Evaluation (DE);
    • Field data collection, including conducting of focus groups, key informant interviews, and surveys;
    • Data quality control, including data quality assessment and oversight;
    • Advanced data analytics, including descriptive statistics, systems analysis, and data visualization;
    • Assessment and evaluation writing and reporting, demonstrating a track record of authorship of high-quality reporting documentation;
    • Technical expertise in WASH, relevant to the East African context;
    • Understanding and expertise in development policy and programming, including key governmental, bi-lateral, and multi-lateral policy and funding priorities.

    Skills and Qualifications

    We anticipate that most successful candidates will have a Master’s degree, at least 5 of experience working on donor-funded programming in East Africa, and fluency in English. The ability to speak Swahili and/or other local languages is a plus.

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    Gender Specialists

    Position Description

    LINC is seeking evaluation experts to be proposed on task orders under  the USAID/Kenya and East Africa Evaluation, Assessments, and Analyses (EAA) Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ). Under this mechanism consultants are anticipated to provide technical and advisory services in: (1) planning and conducting evaluations, analyses, and assessments; (2) technical assistance in relevant subject-matter areas; (3) capacity building; and (4) data visualization, synthesis, evaluation, program and policy analysis. We are recruiting for experts with demonstrated professional experience conducting evaluations and/or analyses in East Africa, including Kenya, Somalia, Burundi, DR Congo, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda.

    Technical experts should have demonstrated experience in gender equality and women’s empowerment, specifically addressing women and girls’ and men and boys’ needs in development and humanitarian work. Applicants should have experience conducting discrete research, designing, monitoring and/or evaluating donor-funded development programming in this sector, and a strong background in quantitative and/or qualitative methods, research design, data quality control, analytics and reporting.

    Applications will be assessed and added to LINC’s EAA roster on an ongoing basis.

    Skill Areas

    Successful candidates should be able demonstrate rich expertise in one or more of the following skill areas relevant to donor-funded development programming in one or more countries in East Africa:

    • Advanced research methods, including a range of evaluation, assessment, program design and monitoring methodologies;
    • Program evaluation utilizing qualitative and/or qualitative techniques, potentially including experimental, quasi-experimental, performance evaluation, whole-of-project evaluation, and Developmental Evaluation (DE);
    • Field data collection, including conducting of focus groups, key informant interviews, and surveys;
    • Data quality control, including data quality assessment and oversight;
    • Advanced data analytics, including descriptive statistics, systems analysis, and data visualization;
    • Assessment and evaluation writing and reporting, demonstrating a track record of authorship of high-quality reporting documentation;
    • Technical expertise in gender equality and women’s empowerment, relevant to the East African context;
    • Understanding and expertise in development policy and programming, including key governmental, bi-lateral, and multi-lateral policy and funding priorities.

    Skills and Qualifications

    We anticipate that most successful candidates will have a Master’s degree, at least 5 of experience working on donor-funded programming in East Africa, and fluency in English. The ability to speak Swahili and/or other local languages is a plus.

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    Education Specialists

    Position Description

    LINC is seeking evaluation experts to be proposed on task orders under the USAID/Kenya and East Africa Evaluation, Assessments, and Analyses (EAA) Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ). Under this mechanism consultants are anticipated to provide technical and advisory services in: (1) planning and conducting evaluations, analyses, and assessments; (2) technical assistance in relevant subject-matter areas; (3) capacity building; and (4) data visualization, synthesis, evaluation, program and policy analysis. We are recruiting for experts with demonstrated professional experience conducting evaluations and/or analyses in East Africa, including Kenya, Somalia, Burundi, DR Congo, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda.

    Technical experts should have demonstrated experience in the education sector, specifically basic education and higher education. Applicants should have experience conducting discrete research, designing, monitoring and/or evaluating donor-funded development programming in this sector, and a strong background in quantitative and/or qualitative methods, research design, data quality control, analytics and reporting.

    Applications will be assessed and added to LINC’s EAA roster on an ongoing basis.

    Skill Areas

    Successful candidates should be able demonstrate rich expertise in one or more of the following skill areas relevant to donor-funded development programming in one or more countries in East Africa:

    • Advanced research methods, including a range of evaluation, assessment, program design and monitoring methodologies;
    • Program evaluation utilizing qualitative and/or qualitative techniques, potentially including experimental, quasi-experimental, performance evaluation, whole-of-project evaluation, and Developmental Evaluation (DE);
    • Field data collection, including conducting of focus groups, key informant interviews, and surveys;
    • Data quality control, including data quality assessment and oversight;
    • Advanced data analytics, including descriptive statistics, systems analysis, and data visualization;
    • Assessment and evaluation writing and reporting, demonstrating a track record of authorship of high-quality reporting documentation;
    • Technical expertise in the education sector, relevant to the East African context;
    • Understanding and expertise in development policy and programming, including key governmental, bi-lateral, and multi-lateral policy and funding priorities.

    Skills and Qualifications

    We anticipate that most successful candidates will have a Master’s degree, at least 5 of experience working on donor-funded programming in East Africa, and fluency in English. The ability to speak Swahili and/or other local languages is a plus.

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    Capacity Building Specialists

     Position Description

    LINC is seeking Capacity Building Specialists to be proposed on task orders under the USAID/Kenya and East Africa Evaluation, Assessments, and Analyses (EAA) Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ). This IDIQ will provide technical and advisory services in: (1) planning and conducting evaluations, analyses, and assessments; (2) technical assistance in evaluation capacity building; and (3) synthesis of data, evaluation lessons, and analysis of policy. We are recruiting for experts with demonstrated professional experience providing capacity building and training services in East Africa, including Kenya, Somalia, Burundi, DR Congo, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. The Capacity Building Specialist will be expected to provide expert-level technical assistance to increase evaluation capacity of local implementing partners including but not limited to USAID staff, local government institutions and agencies, private sector associations and businesses.

    Consultant applications will be assessed and added to LINC’s consultant roster on an ongoing basis.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Facilitate training and advising on i) evaluability assessments, ii) managing evaluations, iii) innovative methodologies and analysis techniques, iv) selecting appropriate evaluation and analysis methods, v) developing and selecting indicators, vi) collecting evaluation data, assuring data quality, and data analysis and vi) dissemination of findings, data visualization, and tracking evaluation recommendations.
    • Facilitate institutional and organizational assessments and develop methods for assessing progress over time.
    • Develop and implement capacity development action plans, providing oversight and guidance to individuals and entities engaged in capacity and technical development.
    • Develop capacity development materials and provide tailored technical assistance, training, and coaching for local implementing partners.

     

    • Build capacity of local institutions to implement task orders directly for EAA.
    • Oversee the progress of the project capacity development activities, coordinating closely with LINC’s headquarters and field technical team.
    • Provide technical assistance to implementing partners.
    • Work with USAID missions to strengthen government partner evaluation capacity and systems.

     

    Skills and Qualifications

    Successful candidates should have:

    • Master’s degree in international development, public administration, organizational development, or a related area.
    • Minimum 10 years of demonstrated experience in capacity development, facilitation, and training and technical assistance to a diverse range of stakeholders.
    • Expert trainer and facilitator, with extensive experience training local experts, organizations, and government institutions in core skill areas.
    • Experience and familiarity developing and utilizing capacity assessment and diagnostic tools.
    • Excellent collaboration, management, and communication skills.
    • Prior experience working on with USAID or other donor-funded programs preferred.
    • Strong proficiency in written and spoken English required, Swahili preferred.
    • Prior experience working in East Africa preferred.
    • Proficiency in monitoring, evaluation and learning preferred.

    Method of Application

    Send resume/CV to jobs@linclocal.org with the position title included in the subject line.

    No phone calls please.

    Applications will be acknowledged, but only final candidates for will be contacted.

    LINC LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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