JOB TITLE AND ORGANISATION

Evaluation Consultancy Team for the Evaluation of Building Peace in Climate Change-Affected Communities Programme, Conciliation Resources

LOCATION

Ideally Pacific-based, with availability to travel to Fiji

CLOSING DATE

Friday, September 30, 2022

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SALARY

Not Stated

WORKING PATTERN

Full Time

CONTRACT TYPE

Fixed Term, Consultancy

SPONSORS NON-NATIONALS?

Not Stated

Job Description

  • Location: Ideally Pacific-based, with availability to travel to Fiji

  • Duration: Up to 3 months (October - December 2022)

  • Total Days: Up to 35 days (spread over the contract duration and team members)

  • Reporting to: Pacific Programme Director

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Role and Responsibilities

Conciliation Resources requires an external team of evaluation specialists to complete an end of programme evaluation for two concurrent projects within the one programme: the Building Peace in Communities affected by Climate Change project supported by the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) and the Strengthening the roles of Civil Society and Climate Change and JustPeace Communities in Fiji project supported by the European Union (EU).

Experience, Skills and Qualifications 

  • Experience of designing and implementing peacebuilding evaluations (essential)

  • Experience and knowledge of facilitating qualitative research methods in cross-cultural contexts (essential)

  • Knowledge and experience in the Pacific region, preferably in Fiji (essential)

  • Consultants based in Fiji would be preferred for this role (desirable)

  • Sound knowledge and understanding of community-led peacebuilding structures (desirable)

  • Knowledge and experience in outcome harvesting methodology (desirable)

  • Interpersonal skills backed by knowledge and experience that evokes trust and openness with a range of evaluation participants (essential)

  • Ability to establish strong working relationships with programme teams and partner organisations (desirable)

  • Strong verbal and written English language skills (desirable)

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