Closing date: 03 Feb 2017
T**echnical Advisor Terms of Reference Learning and Monitoring Programme in Somalia Short-term Technical Assistance, based in Nairobi, Kenya**
Overview of project: Third Party Monitoring and Technical Support to SMP II
The Department for International Development (DFID) is funding the Learning and Monitoring Programme – Somalia (LAMPS) hat will provide third-party monitoring services to a representative proportion of its Somalia portfolio and across its Country Operational Plan. LAMPS provides a crucial tool for DFID to monitor and improve its work and that of its implementing partners (IPs), provides credible data for effective decision-making and building confidences with key DFID stakeholders, and provides transparent and demonstrable lessons and user-friendly evidence from achieved and/or intended results across DFID Somalia’s portfolio. As part of this programme a Data and Knowledge Management (DKM) unit will be established, to capture all comparable quantitative data on projects which will facilitate the production of both technical and management reports.
Integrity is the Lead contractor of LAMPS working in consortium with Altai and Itad. LAMPS is currently seeking a Learning Expert to fill the following role.
Scope of work
The Learning Expert will provide short-term technical assistance during the Inception period of DFID’s Learning and Monitoring Programme in Somalia (LAMPS). The Learning Expert will be expected to take the lead in developing a learning strategy, inclusive of a framework with indicators, for LAMPS. He/she will be expected to provide technical guidance directly to the LAMPS Learning Manager and Learning Analyst in how best to manipulate, use, package, and share all the data LAMPS collects. In addition, he/she will work closely with the Team Leader, to develop guidance on procedures to improve LAMPS’ internal learning and learning within partners.
Specific responsibilities include:
· Conduct a desk review of key learning from LAMPS’ predecessor programme (SMP I), as well the most up-to-date research on organisational learning, real-time learning within programmes, problem-driven iterative adaption, and change management.
· Consult with DFID-Somalia staff on their learning needs and requirements, interview DFID staff as required;
· In collaboration with each LAMPS sub-component, develop a learning framework for:
o LAMPS and its sub-components (Verifications, Technical Assistance, Digital Platform)
o DFID-Somalia implementing partners that are receiving M&E support from LAMPS (i.e. Verifications, M&E Technical Assistance);
· Within this learning framework, develop concise indicator reference sheets for indicators at each layer of learning;
· Identify and prepare guidance on learning products (e.g. biannual reports and presentations) that capture learning, best practices, and recommendations from LAMPS data.
· 15-20 years of high-level programme management (COP, Programme Director, etc)
· At least 5+ of experience with change management, organisational learning, PDIA or Real-time Learning.
· No Somalia experience necessary, but FCAS experience greatly preferred.
· Must have worked on programming funded by DFID or USAID.
Full Terms of Reference including break down of days available: https://www.integrityglobal.com/our-work/job-openings/
How to apply:
How to apply:
If you are interested in applying for this position, please complete the application form at www.integrityglobal.com/apply and attach a CV and Cover Letter at the bottom of your application.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with an aim to fill this position as soon as possible. The final closing date for applications is 03 February 2017.
Please be advised that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
Integrity is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. We will respect your confidentiality and abide by UK data protection laws.
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