Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist
Peace Corps Response positions are open to returned Volunteers or U.S. citizens with significant professional and technical experience.
The PCRV will work with the staff of the Kindia office to analyze the impact and cost effectiveness of DTI’s youth unemployment programs and improve their effectiveness going forward implement and to adapt DTI’s Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E;) Framework, building upon the work of previous volunteers. The PCRV will also support business coaches in business plan development for new entrepreneurs; develop templates in Excel to help entrepreneurs more easily report their data; and train their project management and M&E; teams on the basics of Monitoring and Evaluation, how to develop M&E; frameworks with pertinent questioning for correct data-basing while developing and executing M&E; plans. The overall goal of the assignment is for the PCRV to support DTI’s programs in entrepreneurship, agro-preneurship, and business education by strengthening DTI’s M&E; framework and building organizational capacity by increasing efficiency in data collection.
• Basic working proficiency in French is mandatory
• Excellent Excel skillset and reporting ability
• Strong data analysis skills and entrepreneurial spirit
• Experience working or volunteering in a developing country and across cultures
The Peace Corps embraces and leverages the diversity of its volunteers as a reflection of America's diversity. Peace Corps Response is committed to reflecting the diversity of the United States in the professionals we send into the field to support the mission of world peace and friendship. Applicants with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Medical Considerations in Guinea
- Guinea may not be able to support Volunteers with the following medical conditions: insulin-dependent diabetes; dermatology; some types of gynecologic support; mammography; requiring a psychiatrist for psychotropic medications support; seizures; ongoing counseling.
- The following medication(s) are not permitted for legal or cultural reasons: none identified.
- Volunteers who should avoid the following food(s) may not be able to serve: peanuts.
- After arrival in Guinea, Peace Corps provides and applicants are required to have an annual flu shot, to take daily or weekly medication to prevent malaria, and to receive mandatory immunizations.
Before you apply, please review Medical Information for Applicants to learn about the clearance process and other health conditions that are difficult to accommodate in Peace Corps service.
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