WorldFish Consultant Climate – Hotspots Gender Impact Assessment Jobs 2022 – Zambia Jobs

WorldFish Consultant Climate – Hotspots Gender Impact Assessment Jobs 2022 – Zambia Jobs. WorldFish Zambia looking for “Consultant Climate – Hotspots Gender Impact Assessment”. Applicants with A Advanced degree (Masters or PhD) may apply on or before 20 August 2022.

WorldFish Consultant Climate – Hotspots Gender Impact Assessment Jobs 2022

The WorldFish has published a job vacancy announcement on 27 July 2022 for qualified Zambia’s to fill in the vacant post of Consultant Climate – Hotspots Gender Impact Assessment to be based in Lusaka, Zambia.

Recruiter WorldFish
Position Consultant Climate – Hotspots Gender Impact Assessment
Location Lusaka, Zambia
Country Zambia
Total Vacant Post N/A
Qualification Advanced degree (Masters or PhD)
Experience Required Experience in implementing evaluations including impacting assessments
Application Deadline 20 August 2022

WorldFish Job Vacancy 2022

Roles and Responsibilities

Working closely with the WorldFish MEL unit and the project leadership in Zambia and Malaysia. The consultant will:

  • Develop a research design for conducting a rigorous impact assessment, specifying the data needs, samples, method of analysis.
  • Specify the metrics (quantitative and qualitative) for assessing changes in the key outcomes, including
  • Collect high-quality data;
  • Analyze the data and write a high quality publishable gender impact evaluation report
  • Identify lessons learned and develop practical recommendations for WorldFish/FISH, the Donor, and the project stakeholders that may help inform the design and implementation of similar future projects (with defined sustainability pathways) and activities in the future;
  • Incorporate feedback from stakeholders in a timely, objective and transparent manner and;
  • Submit a final report, manuscript and both raw and clean electronic data sets to WorldFish.
  • Gender relations and women’s empowerment (e.g. using the pro-WEAI, among others); and
  • Gender Equality in other aspects of food systems (adoption, production, incomes, nutrition, ecosystem health indicators) and/or climate resilience.

Qualification:

  • The lead consultant must possess an advanced degree (Masters or PhD) in any of the following: Agricultural Economics, Social Science (Sociology/ Social Anthropology), Statistics/Population Studies, Project/Program Management or Project/Program Evaluation, Impact evaluation methodology;
  • The evaluation team should consist of people with a diverse set of skills including impact assessment, strong understanding of gender theory and practice, understanding of fisheries and aquaculture.

Experience:

  • Experience in implementing evaluations including impacting assessments in sub-Saharan Africa with a focus in aquaculture, fisheries or agriculture sector(s).
  • Must have executed similar assignments in Zambia or other southern African countries in the last 5 years.
  • Experience in developing and implementing mixed methods research designs.
  • Demonstrated experience incorporating ethical considerations that arise with researching human subjects.
  • Track record of writing detailed and yet concise evaluation reports. He/she must provide two similar or related evaluation reports done in the past 5 years.
  • Experience in leading or co-leading evaluation teams.

Other Details

  • Contract Type: Full Time
  • Selection Process: Interview
  • Salary: negotiable
  • Application Process: Online

How to Apply WorldFish Consultant Climate – Hotspots Gender Impact Assessment Jobs 2022

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The Closing Date: 20 August 2022

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.

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About Us!

WorldFish is an international, non-for-profit research organization that works to reduce hunger, malnutrition and poverty by improving fisheries and aquaculture. With a 45-years track record of leading-edge science, WorldFish generates research evidence and innovations to inform sustainable practices and inclusive policies that enable better livelihoods and healthier diets for millions of poor people, particularly women, who depend on fish for food, nutrition and income. WorldFish is a member of CGIAR , the world’s largest global partnership on agriculture research and innovation for a food secure future. Headquartered in Penang, Malaysia and with regional offices across Africa, Asia and the Pacific, WorldFish leads the cross-disciplinary CGIAR Research Program (CRP) on Fish Agri-Food Systems (FISH).