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Global Call for GPN ROSTER – SUBPROFILE ON EVALUATION
|Application Deadline :||31-Jan-23 (Midnight New York, USA)|
|Type of Contract :||Individual Contract|
|Post Level :||International Consultant|
|Languages Required :|
UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
UNDP does not tolerate sexual exploitation and abuse, any kind of harassment, including sexual harassment, and discrimination. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks.
All evaluations in UNDP should follow the principles outlined in the 2016 UNDP Evaluation Policy (revised in 2019), in line with the 2016 UNEG Norms and Standards for Evaluation; and relevant donor or fund specific requirements (GEF, GCF, etc.), as relevant. UNDP has a dual evaluation system with independent country programme evaluations and UNDP-wide thematic evaluations conducted by the UNDP Independent Evaluation Office, and decentralized evaluations such as project, outcome, thematic, portfolio and UNSDCFs, commissioned by UNDP programme and policy units at country, regional and headquarters levels. All decentralized evaluations within UNDP are carried out by independent external consultants. More information regarding UNDP’s evaluation structure, processes and procedures can be found in the UNDP evaluation guidelines.
In 2021, to facilitate the timely completion of decentralized evaluations for programmes and projects, UNDP had developed a profile of evaluation experts under the UNDP’s GPN/Experts Roster for Rapid Response (GPN/Exp Res Roster). The GPN/Exp Res Roster is a recruitment and deployment mechanism which maintains technically vetted consultants across 35 profiles and 214 sub-profiles to support the work of UNDP Country Offices/units and other UNDP partner agencies. The evaluation roster profile is comprised of vetted capable and qualified individuals/evaluators who can be called upon as Individual Contractors (ICs) to carry out independent evaluations. This roster profile and other existing related evaluation profiles enable COs and other UNDP bureaus to engage a qualified and diverse mix of evaluators within minimum procurement timeframe. The roster deploys evaluators to UNDP country offices within two to three weeks of receiving a request. The roster will be reviewed and refreshed annually.
BPPS is issuing a global call for the expansion of evaluation roster expertise as part of the implementation of the “Roadmap on strengthening decentralized evaluations”. The main objective is to strengthen the pool of evaluators for coverage across the six signature solutions and three enablers under UNDP’s new Strategic Plan 2022-2025; and to improve geographic and language coverage.
UNDP is seeking evaluators with technical knowledge of and experience evaluating UNDP’s work in any of the following six signature solutions (TECHNICAL AREA(S) and/or enablers:
Enablers are capacities and approaches to scale-up development impact for country partners and within UNDP’s own systems (TECHNICAL AREA(S):
In addition, UNDP is seeking evaluators with experience working in one or more of the regions: a) Latin America & Caribbean; b) Africa; c) Arab States; d) Eastern Europe & CIS; e) Asia & Pacific; f) Global
Candidates must be fluent in English. Proficiency in other languages (Spanish, French, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, and others) will be beneficial.
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 Access at: http://www.unevaluation.org/document/detail/1914
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