End of Programme Evaluation (EPE) for the Tuberculosis in the Mining Sector in Southern Africa (TIMS) Programme
The TIMS Programme requires the services of a Consultant(s) to conduct an EPE to assess achievements, effectiveness and adequacy of the programme strategies towards reaching expected targets and results, identify lessons and make recommendations to inform the next phase of the Programme.
The successful Consultant(s) should:
- Have demonstrated experience in programme evaluation using established research methods, M&E and financial management assessments
- Have extensive knowledge of Global Fund Programming
- Have at least 10 years’ experience
- Have public health expertise with experience in TB programme management and/or implementation
- Have Monitoring and Evaluation expertise with experience in results-based M&E
- Have financial management expertise with experience in financial management capacity assessments and cost-efficiency assessments
- Be comfortable with travelling to other countries
- Be able to train own data collectors on data collection methods and instruments (where the need arises)
Interested Consultants are requested to submit a technical and financial proposal indicating their experience and suitability for the assignment, their methodological approach to the assignment, assignment work plan and team composition (including CVs) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Technical and financial proposals should be submitted in separate documents .
- This will be a two (2) month contract
- Logistics costs should not be included in the financial proposal
Closing date: 30 September 2017
Wits Health Consortium will only respond to short-listed candidates. Candidates who have not been contacted within 2 weeks of the closing date can consider their applications unsuccessful. WHC reserves the right not to fill these positions should it deem it necessary not to. These positions will remain open until filled.
In accordance with our Employment Equity goals and plan, preference will be given to suitable applicants from designated groups as defined in the Employment Equity Act, 55 of 1998, and subsequent amendments thereto.