Date(s) - 07/09/2020
UNICEF is looking for a creative and energetic programme monitoring consultant to support global analysis and use of our COVID-19 monitoring information.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic UNICEF has over 127 country-level active emergency responses covering programming on risk communication and community engagement, infection prevention and control, and response to socioeconomic impacts. We have established a global Programme Monitoring and Analysis framework for COVID-19, which includes 18 monthly humanitarian output indicators, 31 quarterly ‘standard output indicators’ (used in our country programmes), and some ‘progress markers’ influenced by outcome mapping.
The home-based consultant will help us undertake three rounds of qualitative and quantitative analysis of our monitoring information – including comparison of programme data and situation data) to support uptake and use of programme performance insights, as well as continuous improvement of our monitoring system.
Please see the full vacancy announcement here: https://jobs.unicef.org/en-us/job/534085/consultancyprogramme-monitoring-consultant-analysis-of-covid-monitoring-information-strategic-planning-implementation-monitoring-reporting-spimr-dapm-nyhq-remote-based
Deadline is 7 September – but the requirements to submit a proposal are as simple as possible.