Democratic Republic of the Congo: Médecins Sans Frontières is looking for: Two Evaluators / a Team of Evaluators, End of Project Evaluation, MSF – OCG DRC- RDC South Irumu

Organization: Médecins Sans Frontières
Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
Closing date: 24 Jan 2018

The Vienna Evaluation Unit (VEU) of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and the Operational Centre Geneva (OCG)) will conduct the following evaluation:

End of Project Evaluation MSF – OCG DRC-RDC South Irumu

MSF is looking for two experienced evaluators with the following qualifications

Evaluator with medical background


University Education (medical, paramedical)

Essential Experience

• Minimum of 5 years professional experience in the humanitarian or development field.

• Experiences with assessments or needs analysis.

• Solid experience in the collection and analysis of qualitative and quantitative data.

Desirable Experience

• Previous professional experience in the DRC.

• Professional experience with MSF.

• Project management / medical interventions.

• Professional experience in emergency response settings and paediatrics.

• Experience in hospital management

Essential Skills:

• Excellent writing and synthesis skills

• Medical data analysis

• French as mother tongue or fluent

Desirable Skills

• Good level of English (written and oral)

Evaluator with Humanitarian project management skills and experience

Education/ Professional Background

University training in project management or at least ten years of experience in supporting or managing humanitarian projects

Essential Experience:

· 5 years or more of professional experience in project management (coordinator or project manager)

· At least 3 years with MSF

· Professional experience in assessment and / or needs analysis including knowledge in conducting group interviews and other qualitative or quantitative survey tools

Desirable Experience

· Previous professional experience in the DRC

· Familiarity with hospital management

Essential Skills:

• Excellent mastery of the project cycle applied to humanitarian interventions

• Excellent practice of context analysis (including medical) related to humanitarian interventions.

• French as mother tongue or fluent

• Excellent writing and synthesis skills

Desirable Skills:

• Proficiency in data collection and analysis

• Good level of English

MSF expects from the evaluators the following core competencies:

· Integrity: to work honestly, openly, impartiality and in accordance with the values of MSF

· Professionalism: To work in a competent, committed and calm manner

· Accountability: To be accountable and responsible for achieving results and meeting

performance standards.

· Planning and organization: To plan, organize and manage work effectively and efficiently.

· Communication: to communicate effectively and to build trust.

· Team orientation: to cooperate at various levels.

Based on the experience of the applicants, VEU will choose a team leader during the selection process.

The evaluation is planned to start at the end of January for 3 months with an indicative involvements of 32 days for the team leader and 21 days for the other evaluator.

How to apply:

Detailed information regarding the structure, work and goals of this evaluation project will be provided with the Terms of Reference (ToR) which will also be provided to you upon request. E-mail:, subject line: ToR, End of Project Evaluation MSF – OCG RDC South Irumu**

The evaluator/evaluation team will be paid in accordance with MSF´s remuneration rules for consultants. If you are interested in this assignment, please send us your significant documents, including

  • Letter of motivation including precise information on your availability and an indication of your fee requirements

  • Up-to-date CV

All applications must be sent to: subject line: End of Project Evaluation MSF – OCG RDC South Irumu

Your application and all supporting documents must reach VEU no later than Wednesday, Wednesday, 24 January 2018.

The interviews are expected to take place from 25 January to 29 January 2018 and will be conducted in French.

Please note: correspondence will take place in the first instance with those candidates shortlisted.

Please feel free to share this call for applications with anyone else who might be interested in this opportunity.

The Vienna Evaluation Unit looks forward to receiving your application!