Monitoring Tool Development Consultant

Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/26/2018 4:03 PM)


The overall purpose of Monitoring and Evaluation in Tunisia and Libya is to seek technical support for monitoring, evaluation and learning services for USAID/Tunisia and USAID/Libya. These two programs have separate and distinct monitoring, evaluation and learning needs. According to USAID’s ADS 201.3.5, “The purpose of monitoring, evaluation and learning practices is to apply knowledge gained from evidence and analysis to improve development outcomes and ensure accountability for the resources used to achieve them. USAID relies on the best available information to rigorously and credibly make choices, plan effectively, manage adaptively, and learn systematically.”


The Scope of Work for this consultancy supports USAID/Libya’s requirement for third-party monitoring and evaluation services as well as support in efforts to gain and apply knowledge derived from MEL to inform its program and strategy decisions.


  • Develop METAL Libya monitoring and verification (M&V) data collection tools for six USAID supported implementation mechanisms (IMs) in Libya. These activities fall under mostly democracy and governance, with some economic growth and infrastructure.
    • Tools should have shared questions as much as possible across IMs for effective comparison and analysis.
    • Tools may include the red flag alert system as outlined by USAID.
    • Tools should be developed into a user-friendly format for use in the field and data entry.
    • Tools should be accompanied by a field key for IT use in programming a data collection application.
    • Tools should capture and reflect the best practices widely accepted in humanitarian assistance in M&E, based on the Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response.


Other Tasks May Include, But Are Not Limited To:

  • Develop focus group discussion guides for field enumerators.
  • Develop qualitative interview questions for field enumerators.
  • Develop sampling plan for each tool, including the beneficiary survey and key informant interviews.
  • Develop a protocol that includes instructions, data management/quality guidance, gender equality guidance, ‘do no harm’ considerations and reporting notes.
  • Liaise with USAID and IMs as necessary to tailor and refine tools.

Any other duties as assigned.


Supervisory Responsibility:  This position does not have supervisory responsibilities.


Travel:  International travel required.


Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Previous experience developing and designing performance monitoring systems, including Performance Monitoring Plans and Monitoring and Evaluation Plans.
  • Previous experience in international development sectors of democratic governance, economic growth, peacebuilding and stabilization preferred.
  • Prior experience in the Middle East and North Africa region preferred.


Minimum Requirements:

  • Oral and written fluency in English required.
  • Strong communication skills in report writing and liaising with USAID required.
  • At least 12 years of experience in international development, monitoring and evaluation or a relevant field.


Education:  Master’s degree in relevant field required.


No phone calls please.  All candidates will be acknowledged, but only final candidates for particular activities will be contacted.                                  




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