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Videography services, 3ie, Washington, DC

3ie requests proposals from companies to provide videography services for its Washington, DC office. The company will produce a video that will focus on highlighting the most promising pilot interventions for 3ie's voluntary medical male circumcision programme. The video will be about 3 to 4 minutes in length and will highlight 3ie-funded studies in Kenya and South Africa. The video should be appealing to an audience who are specialists in the field of HIV and AIDS, that include National AIDS Councils, programme implementers, local and national policymakers, researchers and international donors. More information about the scope of work can be found in the request for proposals document.

The deadline for submitting proposals is 10 April 2015.

3ie is making available answers to questions it received in response to this request for proposals in this
Q&A document.

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Published on: 24 mar 2015

Chief Measurement & Impact Evaluation Officer, Global Fund to end Slavery, Washington, DC

The Global Fund to End Slavery (the Fund) is hiring a Chief Measurement & Impact Evaluation Officer (CMIEO) in Washington, DC. The CMIEO will be a crucial member of the founding executive team and will bring extraordinary talent, passion, and commitment to establish a system of measurement that will be accepted globally as a tool in the fight to end slavery. Working closely with the CEO and fellow members of the Fund’s executive team, the CMIEO will lead the Fund’s evaluation and measurement agenda with a focus on quantifying and analyzing impact.

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Published on: 23 mar 2015

Reviewers, Global Innovation Fund, London

The Global Innovation Fund (GIF) is building a diverse roster of reviewers with expert technical knowledge to provide brief reviews of shortlisted funding proposals. The innovations GIF supports can be located in any developing country and may focus on any sector relevant to international development. Candidates with a diversity of skills, experiences and expertise are encouraged to apply especially candidates with in-depth knowledge of one or more sectors relevant to global development, such as agriculture, energy, finance, health or education.

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Published on: 10 mar 2015

Implementation Scientist, 3ie, Washington, DC

3ie is looking for an independent consultant to be contracted through the 3ie Washington office to assist on a paper on the intersection of implementation science and impact evaluation and to suggest how data collection approaches and analytical methodologies could help facilitate rapid impact evaluation and inform implementation. When possible, the paper will use examples from evaluations of HIV and AIDS care and treatment programmes.

Applicants should have an advanced degree in public health, international development, operations research, or related field. They should have at least two years of experience implementing health development programmes and should be familiar with HIV and AIDS programming.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

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Published on: 04 mar 2015

Operations Associate, 3ie, Washington, DC

3ie is hiring a full-time Operations Associate to work in the Washington, DC office. This position is responsible for the day-to-day office management, including procurement, vendor and consultant management and tracking the budget for office expenditures. S/he  will liaise with 3ie’s Finance Office on invoicing, expense reporting and other tasks and will coordinate payroll and benefits for the Washington office, among several other tasks.

Applicants should have a BA and three years of relevant professional experience or a high school diploma plus four years of professional experience. The Operations Associate must have experience with invoicing, budgeting, accounting, correspondence writing, event planning, and logistics.

All applications should be submitted by midnight, EST, 31 March 2015.

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Published on: 02 mar 2015

Research consultants, 3ie, Washington, DC

3ie is looking for individual research consultants or a firm to undertake a study of cost drivers of cluster-randomised controlled trials of community-based medical and health interventions in low- and middle-income countries.

The selected consultant or organisation will be responsible for determining the most efficient way to access cost data from research organisations that have conducted the CRCT. The selected consultant or organization, in coordination with 3ie, will determine the format in which cost data will be collected and the methods to be used to enable the collection of as much data as possible while minimising requirements from the research organisations.

The consultant(s) should have an advanced degree in public health, international development, finance, economics, or other related field. They should have strong budgeting experience for long-term projects. Knowledge of health programmes and their evaluation and evaluation methods is strongly desired.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

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Published on: 27 feb 2015

Postdoc in Experimental economics approaches to collaboration on environmental conservation, University of Copenhagen

The Department of Food and Resource Economics, Faculty of Science at the University of Copenhagen is offering a postdoc opportunity to work on questions related to behavioural aspects of the public’s willingness to support collaboration in environmental conservation using experimental economic methods and spatial environmental data. 

The position is open from 1st of June 2015 or as soon as possible. The position is a minimum two year position.

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Published on: 22 feb 2015

Principal Investigator, Microfinance Genome (Impact Genome Project), Mission Measurement

Mission Measurement is hiring Principal Investigators (PI) who is dynamic, knowledgeable, and forward-thinking to direct research efforts on the factors that drive outcomes in microfinance and inclusive finance. The PI will lead a research team in analysing and codifying the available evidence-based research and conducting primary research for the field of microfinance and inclusive finance.

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Published on: 04 feb 2015