National Consultant - Team Member - National Expert/ UN Women LIBERIA Peacebuilding Portfolio Evaluation Advertised on behalf of: UN WOMEN WCARO

Advertised on behalf of :

Location : Monrovia, LIBERIA
Application Deadline :31-Aug-17 (Midnight New York, USA)
Additional Category :Gender Equality
Type of Contract :Individual Contract
Post Level :National Consultant
Languages Required :
Starting Date :
(date when the selected candidate is expected to start)
Duration of Initial Contract :33 WORKING DAYS
Expected Duration of Assignment :2 months


UN Women’s vision is a world in which societies are free of gender-based discrimination, where women and men have equal opportunities, where women and girls are empowered to lead the change that they want to see, and where women’s rights are upheld in all efforts to further development, human rights, peace and security.

UN Women works to bring about changes in the relationships between women and men in families, communities, societies and countries—inclusive, transformative, sustainable changes that do not represent a “zero-sum” game with winners and losers, but rather a “positive-sum” game that benefits all of humankind.

Gender responsive peacebuilding interventions of the CO were designed to address many of the root causes of the conflict in Liberia by, among other methods, using and strengthening inclusive community based structures and traditional mechanisms for conflict resolution. An important aspect of this was to promote the role of women and their role in management of natural resources, including land and community structures mediating and negotiating conflicts and finding solutions to gender based violence.  Specific emphases were put on the sustainable livelihoods for women, and other groups through an inclusive approach that would empower them to engage positively with each other and with local and national institutions including security institutions and the local government.

UN Women Liberia Country office is seeking experienced and qualified evaluation team to conduct the evaluation of its peacebuilding portfolio focusing primarily on minimum two key peacebuilding interventions implemented by the CO in the period 2013-2016. The evaluation will be commissioned by the Country Office (CO) as a formative (forward-looking) evaluation to support the CO and national stakeholders’ strategic learning, decision-making and future peacebuilding programming recommendations.

Duties and Responsibilities

Responsible for delivering key evaluation products in collaboration with the Team Leader:

  • Provide field team oversight and logistical assistance in preparation for the end-line survey
  • Specific focus and responsibility for the online data collection platform selection, online survey design and upload, enumerators training and monitoring, and end-line data collection monitoring and data analyses.
  • Participate in the development of tools for qualitative and quantitative data collection for the end-line survey including sampling strategy,
  • Train project staff in the use of research tools, and data collection methodology
  • Monitors the collection and analyse data from the field specifically collected via end-line survey
  • Provide assistance to other evaluation processes:
  • desk review regarding UN Women –programming: annual reports, donor reports, project documents, evaluation report.
  • drafting of the inception report (outlining the design, methodology, sources of information, list of people to be interviewed, required resources, indicative work plan for data collection, enumerators training)
  • Presentation of preliminary results of the evaluation to stakeholders prior to drafting the evaluation report;
  • Drafting of the evaluation report and end-line survey report, as necessary.


Core values:


Demonstrates consistency in upholding and promoting the values of UN Women in actions and decisions, in line with the UN Code of Conduct.

Diversity and inclusion:

Treats all people with dignity and respect; shows respect and sensitivity towards gender, cultural and religious differences; encourages diversity wherever possible.

Drive for Results:

Sets high standards for quality of work; monitors and maintains quality of work; works in a systematic, methodical and orderly way;

Working in Teams:

Acts as a team player and facilitates team work.

Functional Competencies:

Planning and Organization:

Formulates clearly defined objectives; plans ahead and anticipates the activities of possible changing circumstances; organizes and identifies required resources; meets deadlines.

Communicating Information and Ideas:

Communicates effectively and facilitates open communication within the team,.

Self-management and Emotional intelligence:

Manages Conflict / Negotiates and Resolves Disagreements.

Required Skills and Experience


  • At least a college or university degree in economics, sociology, international development, gender/women studies or related area. Extensive work related experience will be recognized in lieu of degree.


  • Proven working experience of at least three years’ in designing and conducting research, preferably in the African context; experience with gender sensitive research and data collection preferred
  • Practical experience with at least one online platform for survey design and data collection, data analyses and data presentation. This should include production of charts, tables and other visuals;
  • Excellent communication skills including ability to communicate with different stakeholders such as the country partners, senior management team as well as the  Civil Society Board members; knowledge of local language is desirable;
  • Country experience in Liberia or within the African continent;
  • Awareness of UN Women thematic areas of Peacebuilding and humanitarian action, Elimination of Violence Against Women, Women Political Participation, Women Economic Empowerment;

Language: Strong written and spoken skills in English

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.

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