Consultancy – Quality, Learning and Reporting

International Alert

International Alert DRC is looking for a consultant to support its programme team over an initial period of 6 months to provide surge support in delivering high quality reports including internal, donor and other reports.

The consultant will work with Project Managers, M&E and other in-country staff, and will support in drafting and finalising project reports. They play a leading role, facilitating effective input from all relevant Alert and partners parties to ensure that reports are submitted in line with Alert and donor standards and approaches. The role is surge capacity to the Alert DRC during the recruitment of key positions within the senior management team and will report to the DRC Director of Programmes.

Key Responsibilities

  • Coordinate Donor Reporting Processes and ensure timely submission of high; quality reports that meet donor requirements in coordination with the Project Managers/COPs and the Programme Direction team.
  • Prepare learning products that allow the findings and relevant feedbacks from narrative, financial and audits reports to be shared with the wider programme team
  • Support the programme team in ensuring orderly and complete archiving of all project and internal reports; makes them easily available to the team.
  • Develop and deliver a capacity building plan for the DRC team to strengthen capacity for quality reporting and learning.
  • Produce context adaptation notes explaining how the project has adapted to the changing context
  • Support in the preparation of the SMT Elargi meetings as well as Programme Team Meetings and Programme Retreats
  • Develop summaries of 2 evaluations and organise sessions for sharing these with the different projects and programmes of DRC

Please note that the above are just some of the role requirements. For the full requirements, please click here to view the terms of reference.

How to apply

To apply, please send the following documents to [email protected] copying [email protected] and [email protected]:

  • A CV
  • A financial proposal (including fee rate per day)
  • A workplan for the deliverables mentioned in the terms of reference.

International Alert prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes applications from underrepresented people including women, people from the Global South, BIPOC, LGBTIQ+ people, disabled people, and other historically marginalised people.

While International Alert will endeavour to contact all candidates within a reasonable time, this may not always be possible due to limited resources. Therefore, if you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date, you can assume your application has, on this occasion, been unsuccessful.

Deadline: 19 Apr 2024