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Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist

Advertising issued in June 2024 for a consultancy based in Kyiv.

The Atrocity Crimes Advisory Group (ACA) is an initiative launched by the United States (US), United Kingdom (UK), and European Union (EU) governments in May 2022 in response to Russia’s war of aggression in Ukraine. The initiative aims to provide support to the war crimes units under the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine (OPG) and other partner organizations in documenting, investigating, and prosecuting international crimes, including war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide, committed in the context of Russia’s war against Ukraine. ACA is composed of five partner organizations, each of which deploys experts to support the OPG. In October 2022, Georgetown University Law Center (GU) took on the role of lead implementing partner for the ACA, which includes a mandate to lead coordination across ACA partner organizations.

GU has asked its independent contractor, Valoa Impact, to provide support from a Kyiv-based consultant for the implementation of GU’s ACA-related Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) activities. The position will help to facilitate contact with GU’s partners, interlocutors in the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, and related organisations.

The goal of this function is to enable regular, on-site data collection and cooperation with partners within ACA and, as and when appropriate, within Ukrainian government agencies, under the framework of the agreed M&E system. The position will be based in Kyiv, with the opportunity for limited remote work. The position will engage in the following specific tasks, under the supervision of the lead M&E Specialist:

  1. Follow up with stakeholders from ACA events, or with the users of key ACA outputs, to elicit their feedback in a tailored manner;
  2. Carry out interviews, moderate Focus Group Discussions, and help formulate questionnaires. This will be done in ways that is mindful of the rights and sensitivities of respondents;
  3. Liaise with key partners in Ukraine, in particular with ACA Implementing Entities;
  4. Prepare draft activity reports, follow up with Experts and Georgetown personnel to gather detailed information, and help prepare draft reports;
  5. Contribute to monitoring and evaluation analysis, and maintain a database of key documents, digital data and graphic tools.

The person should be available rapidly, and will be contracted as an independent consultant by Valoa Impact. Required competencies include:

  1. University degree
  2. Languages: Ukrainian native, strong English proficiency (Should be able to read and write reports in English)
  3. Strong personal presentation and confidence in outreach
  4. Ability to work independently
  5. Familiarity with M&E procedures or relevant skills (g., data collection, interviewing, analysing documents) preferred

A degree of familiarity with Ukrainian and international human rights law would be an advantage, as would a few years of experience in dealing with international organisations.

Please apply by sending a detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) together with a cover letter to the following email address: [email protected]

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