Jobs at NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STATISTICS OF RWANDA : Imihigo Evaluation Specialists (Under contact) ( Deadline :10 May 2018 )



Jobs at NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STATISTICS OF RWANDA : Imihigo Evaluation Specialists (Under contact) ( Deadline :10 May 2018 )

 

Job Description

Specific tasks:
The team of two (2) Imihigo Evaluation Specialists will be required to work on the following specific tasks, but not limited to as follows:
For Districts Imihigo Evaluation Specialist :
1. Review and classify districts Imihigointo economic, social and governance categories for smooth evaluation purposes;
2. Review outcomes and impact indicators from existing national data sources and integrate them in districts evaluation indicators matrix where appropriate;
3. Prepare a NST period indicators and baselines at outcomes and impact level indicators from national surveys that will be used for district evaluation at different periods during the NST implementation;
4. Assess the implementation of districts Imihigousing quarterly reports, and conduct spot checks where needed to verify the reported information and provide feedback;
5. Conduct mid
– term evaluation of all planned districts Imihigo as a consolidation of the assessment of previous completed quarters, and provide official feedback to all implementing institutions by indicating only Imihigo that are completed, on
– track, and off
– track and implications for final evaluation;
6. Conduct the end evaluation by consolidating all internal quarterly assessment reports, and score districts Imihigo projects using the revised scoring approach;
7. Rank all districts based on final evaluation scores;
8. Produce districts final evaluation reports and summary documents describing key messages and implications for subsequent Imihigo planning and overall economic development;
9. Etc.
For Institutions and Joint Imihigo Evaluation Specialist:
1. Review and classify institutions and joint Imihigo into economic, social and governance categories for smooth evaluation purposes;
2. Review outcomes and impact indicators from existing national data sources and integrate them in institutions and joint evaluation indicators matrix where appropriate;
3. Prepare a NST period indicators and baselines at outcomes and impact level indicators from national surveys that will be used for institutions and joint evaluation at different periods during the NST implementation;
4. Assess the implementation of institutionsand jointImihigo using quarterly reports, and conduct spot checks where needed to verify the reported information and provide feedback;
5. Conduct mid
– term evaluation of all planned institutions and joint Imihigo as a consolidation of the assessment of previous completed quarters, and provide official feedback to all implementing institutions and joint lead institutions by indicating only Imihigo that are completed, on
– track, and off
– track and implications for final evaluation;
6. Conduct the end evaluation by consolidating all internal quarterly assessment reports, and score institutions and joint Imihigo projects using the revised scoring approach;
7. Produce institutionsand jointfinal evaluation reports and summary documents describing key messages and implications for subsequent Imihigo planning and overall economic development;
8. Etc

Deliverables
The team of Two (2) Imihigo evaluation specialists will be required to provide the following deliverables, but not limited to:
For Districts Imihigo Evaluation Specialist:
1. Report on reviewed and classified districts Imihigo into economic, social and governance categories;
2. Report on reviewed outcomes and impact indicators from existing national data sources and their integration in districts evaluation indicators matrix where appropriate;
3. Report on prepared NST period indicators and baselines at outcomes and impact level indicators from national surveys that will be used for district evaluation at different periods during the NST implementation;
4. Assessment report on implementation of districts Imihigo using quarterly reports, and conducted spot checks and provided feedback;
5. Mid
– term evaluation report of all planned districts Imihigo and provided official feedback to all implementing institutions;
6. End evaluation report with districts Imihigo scores using the revised scoring approach, including the ranking of all districts;
7. Produced summary documents from districts evaluation report describing key messages and implications for subsequent Imihigo planning and overall economic development;
8. Etc
For institutions and joint Imihigo Evaluation Specialist:
1. Report on reviewed and classified institutions and Joint Imihigointo economic, social and governance categories;
2. Report on reviewed outcomes and impact indicators from existing national data sources and their integration in institutions and Joint Imihigoevaluation indicators matrix where appropriate;
3. Report on prepared NST period indicators and baselines at outcomes and impact level indicators from national surveys that will be used for institutions and Joint Imihigo evaluation at different periods during the NST implementation;
4. Assessment report on implementation of institutions and Joint Imihigo using quarterly reports, and conducted spot checks and provided feedback;
5. Mid
– term evaluation report of all planned institutions and JointImihigo and provided official feedback to all implementing institutions;
6. End evaluation report with institutions and Joint Imihigo scores using the revised scoring approach, including the ranking of all institutions and joint lead institutions;
7. Produced summary documents from institutions and joint Imihigo evaluation reports describing key messages and implications for subsequent Imihigo planning and overall economic development;
8. Etc

Job Profile

Required qualifications
Each member of Imihigo planning and monitoring team should have the following minimum qualifications:
1. University degree in statistics, mathematics, economics, demography, project management or social science in general;
2. A minimum of five (5) years of professional experience in planning, monitoring, evaluation or project management in public or private sector;
3. Demonstrated ability to work with minimum supervision;
4. Demonstrated knowledge of national planning processes;
5. Demonstrated writing skills in English;
6. Availability and readiness to start working immediately after recruitment.

 

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