Evaluation Consultant (Intl. Consultant, Level I) Regional Bureau for Asia& the Pacific

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Job Title: Evaluation Consultant

Grade: International Consultant - Level I

Type of contract: Regular Consultancy

Duration: 3 months with possibility to extend

Duty Station: Home-based

Vacancy Number: 177023

Date of Publication: 26 October 2022

Deadline of Application: 9 November 2022


The Evaluation Consultant will support the Regional Evaluation Officer, in close coordination with other units in the regional bureau and country offices, to meet their responsibilities and accountabilities under the WFP Evaluation Policy 2022 and the new Regional Evaluation Strategy, which is currently under formulation.

While the Regional Evaluation Officer is engaged in the strategy formulation process, the Evaluation Consultant will be expected to assist in providing quality assurance support on evaluations and their processes across the region, particularly to assist the decentralised evaluations, in line with the WFP decentralised evaluation quality assurance system (DEQAS). The job holder is also expected to take lead in maintaining the evaluation database and supporting evaluation evidence dissemination.


  • Support Country Offices in scoping, designing and managing meaningful decentralized evaluations (DEs) as described in WFP Decentralized Evaluation Quality Assurance System (DEQAS)
  • Following the DEQAS standard and process, provide support the Country Office focal points the quality assurance of evaluation products.
  • Track and maintain the status of evaluation evidence and products in the region, including the stock taking of existing and on-going evaluations.
  • Provide support in disseminating lessons learned, recommendations, programmatic evidence and knowledge derived from the evaluations.
  • Assist staff and partners' capacity strengthening and learning activities, as requested.
  • Other ad-hoc tasks related to the evaluation, its process and products, as required.



  • Minimum Bachelor degree in Social Sciences, Statistics, Development Economics, Performance Management, Monitoring and Evaluation or any relevant field.


  • Minimum three years of relevant professional experience in evaluation in development and/or humanitarian international cooperation, of which two years should be field experience, including strong experience using a variety of quantitative and qualitative analytical tools & method.


  • Knowledge in the areas of field monitoring and evaluation methods, metrics, statistical applications, and reporting systems.
  • Understanding of results-based management principles and practices.
  • Has knowledge of evaluation ethics and is able support incorporate ethics into evaluation processes.
  • Has knowledge about Norms and Standards for Evaluation and is able to support their incorporation into evaluation processes.
  • Some practical knowledge on how data is collected, compiled, analysed and presented for management decisions, programme adjustment and donor reporting.
  • Ability to develop monitoring systems and databases including preparation of data collection, analysis and reporting tools.
  • Ability to work with relevant technology, procedures (e.g., web-based databases, other statistical applications) toproduce in-depth analysis and develop and share quality reports and visualizations.
  • Basic knowledge of programme design, implementation and operational challenges in food and nutrition security.
  • Some experience in building capacity through formal and informal training processes, including developing documentation and training materials.


  • Fluency knowledge of English language both verbal and writing is required.


To be considered, interested candidates are invited to apply via (https://www.wfp.org/careers/job-openings). Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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