Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist
ICF is looking for a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist to provide M&E services to a federal client for a period of 12 months.
- Developing the content for the deliverables as identified by the project including workplans, progress reports, common indicator tools, reporting templates, training materials and a variety of other monitoring and evaluation resources.
- Leading and/or supporting the development of logic models, performance monitoring, and international development technical assistance.
- Providing virtual trainings on monitoring and evaluation concepts.
- Master’s degree or higher in social sciences, public policy, political science, international studies or international relations
- At least 3 years of developing logic models and indicators for international technical assistance projects, contracts, or agreements
- Must have subject matter expertise related to labor law, labor rights, labor standards and an understanding of safeguards of dignity at work, both in US and globally
- Recent experience (within the past two years) developing guidance, resources and or tools for monitoring and evaluation
- Demonstrated experience developing spreadsheet tools in Microsoft Excel or similar applications
- Demonstrated experience developing monitoring and evaluation training materials, curricula, and providing virtual trainings on monitoring and evaluation concepts
- Demonstrated understanding of systems-approach and knowledge of complexity-aware monitoring approaches
- Fluent in English, both written and speaking
- Ability to produce high quality deliverables in proficient English in a timely fashion
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Rockville, MD (MD18)