3ie invites highly qualified candidates to apply for the post of director of our Synthesis and Review Office in London, UK. The director will lead a small and dynamic team dedicated to the production and use of synthesised evidence to inform policy in international development. The ideal candidate will have strong international development and management experience. The office is hosted by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and is based at the London International Development Center (LIDC). The deadline for submitting applications is 15 September.
3ie is inviting applications from highly-qualified candidates for the post of senior human resources manager. The manager will be responsible for developing, reviewing and implementing HR policies and procedures that meet the current and future needs of the organisation. The deadline for submitting applications is 31 August 2017.
The DFID-funded Action on Climate Today programme is recruiting a resident monitoring and evaluation manager. The incumbent will be based at the OPM office. This position will be will be a full-time consultancy on a one-year renewable contract basis until March 2019. The deadline to apply for this position is 21 August 2017.
The Gates Foundation is seeking a senior programme officer to develop and lead a portfolio of Measurement, Learning and Evaluation (MLE) grants and efforts to improve results-based programming and decision making. The officer will manage research and evaluations across a range of portfolios and projects.
3ie is seeking a consultant- research associate to work in the Delhi office. The research associate will work with the Policy, Advocacy and Communication office to support their work on monitoring evidence uptake and use from 3ie-funded studies. This will include extracting narrative data, analysing it and making recommendations for areas of further research. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. However, applications received by 22 August 2017 will be given preference.
3ie is seeking a programme associate to work with our New Delhi office. The associate will be responsible for the efficient and smooth functioning of the grant cycle, including, coordinating the review and selection process during the call for proposals, stage, manage logistics, follow timelines, ensure record keeping and monitor workflow to ensure timely disbursements. The deadline for applying for this position is 20 August 2017.
NRGI is seeking a monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) specialist based out of London or New York. The officer will be responsible for leading implementation of the MEL strategy, including monitoring progress, scaling up and refining the monitoring systems and coordinating an externally led independent evaluation of the strategy. The officer will also provide support in implementing program evaluations. For deadlines and how to apply, follow the links below.
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The Queen Rania Foundation for Education and Development is offering an exciting opportunity to qualified individuals who have proven experience in impact evaluations of education programmes, through its Impact evaluation fellowship scheme. Selected fellow will support, research and contribute to designing impact evaluations of education programmes, including preparing the results and findings for publication. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Click here for the announcement.
3ie, Campbell Collaboration, EDePo, EPPI-Centre and LSHTM are launching a new Centre for Development and Learning (CEDIL). We will be recruiting three new full-time posts in the CEDIL secretariat, which is based at the London International Development Centre (LIDC): deputy director, research officer and programme manager. The job advertisements will be published by LSHTM very shortly. If you would like to be notified, please email email@example.com with subject line CEDIL jobs.
3ie’s Washington office is looking for an intern who will assist the technical staff supporting the HIV programme at the 3ie Washington office. 3ie is specifically looking for candidates with graduate-level education in economics, public health, public policy, international development, or other relevant social sciences. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.