Evaluation Team Leader- Ukraine

2 weeks ago


Job Title: Evaluation Team Leader                  Department/Location:  Ukraine

Reports To: Home Office Project Director      Type: Short-term Consultancy


IBTCI is seeking an Evaluation Team Leader for the anticipated USAID-Ukraine Final Performance Evaluation of the Municipal Energy Reform Project (MERP). This is a short-term consultancy position based in Ukraine and the U.S. The purpose  of the evaluation is to1) assess the effectiveness of MERP’s efforts to enhance Ukraine’s energy security by improving the clean energy legislative and regulatory enabling environment, and promoting investment in clean energy; an d2) identify MERP elements that have significant potential for enhancing Ukraine’s energy security in the next five years. Field work for this evaluation would be conducted in October-November 2017, with the evaluation report to be submitted no later than December 31, 2017.


  • Provide overall leadership to the team;
  • Finalize the evaluation design, coordinate activities, arrange periodic meetings, consolidate individual input from team members, and coordinate the process of assembling the final findings and recommendations into a high quality document;
  • Lead the preparation and presentation of the key evaluation findings and recommendations to USAID/Ukraine team and major stakeholders.


  • Substantial experience in designing and/or conducting performance evaluation of international projects;
  • Expert knowledge of USAID Evaluation Policy and evaluation reporting requirements;
  • Experience in managing all aspects of USAID performance evaluations of similar size;
  • Experience in in Ukraine or the Eastern Europe/CIS Region preferred;
  • Advanced degree in development or a related development field, such as Economics, Political Science, Public Administration, Business Administration, or other discipline related to development assistance required.


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