15 November 2018

Evaluation Expert at OIE

About Company / Organization

Evaluation Expert

The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) is the intergovernmental organisation responsible for improving animal health worldwide. The standards it develops for the trade of live animals and products of animal origin are recognized by the World Trade Organization as reference international sanitary rules (http://www.oie.int). The OIE, then known as the Office international des épizooties, was created on 25 January, 1924. Its headquarters are based in Paris. It comprises 182 Member Countries and is present on all continents through a total of 12 Representations or Bureaus.

Maroussia Clavel

m.clavel@oie.int

33 (0) 1 44 15 18 88

Job Description

Evaluation Expert at OIE

Home-based

21 November 2018

The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) is searching for an Evaluation Expert for assessing the effectiveness and the efficiency of the first and second action plans of the OIE AW Platform to date.

This position required the following experience and competencies:

 Proven experience (at least 5 years) in evaluating projects at regional or international level;

 Experience in evaluating multi-donor programmes;

 Strong analytical and research skills (document review, ability to synthesize solid evaluative findings out of raw evidence);

 Excellent command of written and spoken English;

 Excellent communication skills both orally and in writing;

 Working experience in evaluations related to the veterinary sciences and institutional strengthening, in particular to animal welfare related issues (not limitative but considered as important asset);

 Working experience in the Balkans and West Eurasia countries will be considered as an asset.

Interested consultants should note that the Evaluation Expert should have had no previous direct involvement in the management or delivery of the OIE AW Platform, and will be required to sign a Declaration of Interest.


Thirty percent (30%) of the total price will be paid upon the signature of the contract;

 Twenty percent (20%) of the total price will be paid after receipt of the inception report;

 The balance payment will be issued upon reception and validation of the final evaluation report and summary presentation by the OIE.

Should the mission to Brussels be carried out, the OIE will cover travel costs and provide a daily allowance rate according to OIE rules.