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An Advanced University Degree in economics, social sciences, statistics, or in research methods is required. A degree or certification/accreditation in Evaluation is a significant advantage. Knowledge of statistics is a strong asset
A minimum of 5 years of professional experience in the implementation of equity-focused evaluations and the management of the evaluation function at national and international level.
Experience in development and/ or humanitarian settings.
Experience in supporting national evaluation capacity and working with professional evaluation associations.
Experience in evaluation design and in conducting evaluations as per UNICEF and UNEG norms and standards for Evaluation in the UN System.
Familiarity with methods used in conducting both ‘up-stream’ evaluations (e.g. focusing on policies, strategies and systems), as well as ‘down-stream’ evaluations (e.g. focusing on delivery of programmes and projects) is an asset.
Experience in related evidence functions is an asset, including Social Policy, Public Policy, Quantitative and Qualitative Data Analysis, Research, Programme Audit, and Programme Planning and Monitoring. Experience in these areas cannot be substituted for the Evaluation experience but is an advantage.
Experience in the region where the post is situated is an asset
Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of any other UN language, an asset
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