This is a temporary consultancy job for the evaluation of Trócaire’s Irish Aid Funded Programmes.
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This evaluation represents an opportunity to assess whether Trócaire’s Irish Aid funded programming achieved, or made progress towards, agreed objectives and so contributed to positive change in people’s lives. The evaluation should be guided by Irish Aid’s guidelines on partners’ final evaluations and should provide findings and recommendation that are clear, credible and useful, in a manner which enables the lessons learned from the evaluation to inform Trócaire’s strategic decisions.
The overall purpose of this evaluation is two fold: To provide accountability and validation to the Irish Government (Irish Aid) on the quality and impact of four years of programme funding (from the PGII Irish Aid Grant) expended by Trócaire, overseas and in Ireland. To provide Trócaire with an independent, evidence-based assessment of the performance of the programme from 2017-2020 and identify lessons learned to help inform future strategic decisions and the adaptation of Trócaire’s programming.
Significant experience in designing and conducting evaluations
Significant experience with the use of qualitative methods
Technical expertise relevant to the programme themes, development education and public engagement
Significant experience in programme/project delivery in international development and humanitarian contexts in some of the following: Africa, Asia and the Middle East, and Central America
Proven capacity and experience in the use of programmatic approaches and the management of complex evaluations, particularly in an NGO environment
Strong understanding of NGO and donor relationships in “Programme Funding” type schemes
Extensive experience of Results Based Management systems
Knowledge of French and Spanish desirable
Previous experience with Irish Aid is desirable, but not essential.
How to apply
Any proposals should be emailed before the deadline to email@example.com or submitted via etenders.gov.ie