The Campbell Collaboration is undertaking an international search for a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for an initial term of up to five years beginning on or about 1 January 2016. Application deadline: 15 May 2015
3ie is hiring a Deputy Director, Synthesis and Reviews, to manage the organisation’s London office which is hosted by the London School of Health and Tropical Medicine and represent 3ie globally. The Deputy Director, Synthesis and Reviews, will be part of 3ie’s senior management team. S/he will head 3ie’s London office and oversee the work of the synthesis and reviews team. S/he will also be responsible for the managing the relationship with the host institution, the London International Development Centre in addition to other duties.
Applicants must have a graduate degree in an appropriate discipline, experience in international development, proven management and effective communication of technical reports. S/he must have experience in either, or both, grant and project management in development agencies, including budget preparation and management. It is desirable for the applicant to have experience in policymaking and implementing policies in one or more countries, or to have worked closely with policymakers in providing advice. Related skills and experience for negotiating, advocacy, communications and outreach are also desirable Familiarity with and experience in the techniques of impact evaluation and synthesis products such as systematic reviews, rapid evidence assessments, evidence gap maps is essential.
3ie is hiring a Policy Advocacy and Communication Project Assistant for its New Delhi office. The successful candidate will provide support to the deputy director, policy advocacy and communication office (PACO) and other team members to ensure the efficient and effective project management, administrative and information management support needed for successful PACO operations, among several other tasks.
Applicants should have an MA or MSc in a field relevant to international development. They should have three or more years of work experience in a development sector relevant to 3ie’s work, three or more years of work with project management responsibilities and experience working with management information systems related to project management and tracking deadlines and deliverables.
The deadline for submitting applications is 27 April 2015 and the position will be open until filled.
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The Impact Manager will be responsible for developing the monitoring and evaluation framework for a women’s empowerment programme which uses sport and life skills education to transform the lives of young disadvantaged girls and young women. S/he will manage external technology vendors to translate the programme's impact into a comprehensive MIS and effectively communicate the programme's impact in addition to other duties. Apply by 20 April 2015.
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.
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.
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.
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.