In partnership with the European Union, the Caribbean Policy Development Centre is undertaking a joint 2-year grant partnership from March 2021 – June 2023. The project covers seven CARICOM countries and will build the Non-Governmental Sector’s capacity in the Caribbean by implementing a number of specific actions. These actions focus on strengthening NGOs’ capacity to provide key development solutions to vulnerable groups affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a result, CPDC is interested in procuring the services of a Consultant who will be expected to provide technical assistance to the CPDC to build the managerial and institutional capacity of NGOs in Antigua and Barbuda to effectively monitor and evaluate their project activities. In this context, the consultant will be required to develop a curriculum to improve the skills and capacity of NGO representatives in project management and advocacy.
Do you meet any of the below criteria?
- A relevant Post-Graduate university degree in Social Policy, Development Studies, Project Management, Gender Studies or a related field with at least seven years of experience
- At least 10 years of proven experience in the formulation, delivery and certification of M&E training programmes
- Strong interpersonal skills
Then you should apply for this post!
Submissions are to be sent to the Caribbean Policy Development Centre via electronic mail – firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: CONSULTANCY TO FORMULATE AND UNDERTAKE A MONITORING AND EVALUATION TRAINING WORKSHOP
All applications must be submitted by 21st December, 2022 by 5:00 p.m. (UTC/GMT -4).
CPDC will only respond to the successful applicant(s). Only persons meeting the criteria as outlined in Terms of Reference should apply.