Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Movement Coordinator

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world's largest humanitarian network, reaching 150 million people each year through its 187 member National Societies. The Organisation acts before, during and after disasters and health emergences in order to meet the needs and improve the lives of vulnerable people. Our work is guided by seven fundamental principles (humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality) and by Strategy 2020, which voices our collective vision and determination to move forward in tackling the major challenges that confront humanity in the present decade.
Purpose of position:
The evaluation, accountability and learning (EAL) Movement Coordinator oversees performance and accountability of the Federation (membership and secretariat) in Haiti. The Coordinator ensures the identification of Federation-wide outcomes and impact and works to ensure measures are taken to address lessons and recommendations as part of an overall collective learning strategy. He also contributes to gather information, knowledge, identification of evaluation needs, identification of Lessons Learned. The Coordinator will work with the Performance and Accountability Working Group and the membership to identify and operationalize minimum standards and align them to the Haitian context, ensuring accountability to beneficiaries across membership programmes. The EAL Movement Coordinator will develop and manage a learning strategy ensuring the development of a few key 'leave behind' products that can inform future recovery strategy and operations in similarly complex environments.

A membership evaluation framework along with a broad-scale learning strategy and standards ensuring accountability to beneficiaries will form a performance and accountability framework in Haiti.
Description of Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Develop and oversee a comprehensive Performance and Accountability Framework (PAF) to guide the implementation of the collective Federation strategic framework and the actions of the membership in Haiti. Components of the Performance and Accountability Framework will include several items as detailed below:

Develop and oversee an evaluation framework for the membership that corresponds to the strategic framework for Haiti. Work closely with various PMER functions to ensure the monitoring and reporting systems are aligned with the evaluation framework and inform the strategic framework and subsequent iterations. Work in a collaborative way to ensure the monitoring and evaluation systems inform each other. The evaluation framework at a minimum will document key outcomes of the membership and where possible, identify impact according to international standards and best practices.

Define and implement a Learning startegy for the IFRC in Haiti in coordination with the Zone and Geneva, in order to transform individual thinking, evaluation conclusions, lessons learned, case studies, etc. into organisationnal knowledge

Define a strategy in terms of Information Managmenet (IM) in order to support the coordination and learning mandate of the Federation. Monitor the online system in order to provide accurate support in terms of information sharing for the whole Movement of the RCRC. Manage the IM team.

Responsible to monitor the environment and changing Haitian Recovery context and update the Strategic Framework as needed.

Lead the development and management of a database of highly qualified evaluation consultants to support the IFRC secretariat and the membership in meeting the evaluation standards.

Provide technical assistance to the membership in the design and management of programme evaluation.

Manage and oversee the work of consultants hired to support outcome and impact identification. Work to ensure results, where relevant, are adequately captured in collective membership reporting

Oversee the identification and implementation of minimum standards of accountability to beneficiaries across the membership following objectives established by the performance and accountability working group (transparency, participation, M&E and complaints and response mechanisms)

Support the development of technical partnerships with the Government of Haiti, technical inter-agency cluster working groups, regarding impact evaluation, aligning resources and efforts where relevant.

Coordinate closely with management to ensure appropriate identification and use of strategic information.


Ensure effective working relationships with head of programmes and missions of Participating National Societies.

Ensure effective working relationships with technical teams and services units and departments at Zone and Global Secretariat level, including but not limited to those working in planning, monitoring, evaluation, reporting, Federation-wide reporting and information management.

Ensure effective working relationships with counterparts within Government of Haiti, Interim Haiti Recovery Commission, Recovery Clusters and various UN organizations

To ensure efficient and effective management of Federation resources in the operations/programmes under the areas of responsibility.

To ensure that the International Federation Secretariat in Panama and Geneva, through the relevant counterpart(s), is kept fully informed on cooperation/coordination developments in the country and on the operations/programmes within areas of responsibility.

To ensure compliance with Movement and International Federation policies and Secretariat management policies, procedures, processes in the area of operation.

To seek management and policy advice and guidance as required.
Duties applicable to all staff:
  • Actively work towards the achievement of the Secretariat's goals.
  • Abide by and work in accordance with the Red Cross Red Crescent principles.
  • Perform any other work related duties and responsibilities that may be assigned by the line manager.
Position Requirements
Advanced university degree (Master's or equivalent) in social sciences, international development or related field

Advanced studies (Ph.D or equivalent) in social science research methods or equivalent (preferred)
Minimum ten years international evaluation (or quality insurance related) experience

Minimum ten years working in recovery and development settings

5 to 7 years experience in working for a humanitarian aid organisation in a low-income least-developed countries - required

Experience in survey design and sampling

Experience in Information Management System

Familiarity with Movement and International Federation policies and guidelines - in particular the Seville Agreement and Supplementary Measures and the Code for Good Partnership

Acquainted with International Federation policies, procedures and systems

Volunteer and/or work experience at national and/or international level in the RC/RC

Previous long-term missions in Haiti
Knowledge and Skills:
Excellent planning skills (strategic, programme, project design)

Excellent stress management skills

Comprehensive knowledge of a range of qualitative and quantitative methods

Knowledge of a variety of statistical analysis and sampling methods

Good analytical skills and solution focused person

Able to demonstrate the difference between coordinating a group and managing a group and between leading and letting others lead

Demonstrable accountability

Ability to work well in a multicultural team

Self-supporting in computers (Windows, spreadsheets, word-processing, email, etc.)

Knowledge of SPSS, SAS or equivalent (preferred)
Fluently spoken and written English

Good command of another IFRC official language (French, Spanish, Arabic) is required

Transforms a business for significantly improved results
Goes beyond goals set for them and drive towards higher goals

Acts as a bridge between or bring together different cultures for business results
Challenges inappropriate language and behaviours in others

Recognises own strengths and weaknesses
Stands by decisions that are in the Federation's interest, even if they are unpopular

Demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter
Seeks actively to develop oneself professionally and personally


Building trust:
Manages in a deliberate and predictable way and follows through on agreed upon actions
Places confidence in colleagues, staff members

National Societies relations:
Identifies National Societies' needs and matches them to appropriate solutions
Plans and sets common priorities with National Societies

Ensures clarity of roles and responsibilities
Solicits input by genuinely valuing others' ideas and expertise

Empowering others:
Values genuinely all staff members' input and expertise
Holds others accountable for achieving results related to their area of responsibility


Asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in having two-way communication
Shares information and keeps people informed

Seeks actively to improve programmes or services
Offers new and different options to solve problems

Judgment - Decision-making:
Gathers relevant information before making a decision
Checks assumptions against facts

Managing performance:
Discusses regularly performance and provides feedback and coaching to staff
Makes sure that roles, responsibilities and reporting lines are clear to each staff member

Building alliance:
Supports networks and alliances through effective information sharing and joint analysis
Defines, and supports members to define, scope of partnership activities clearly

Conveys enthusiasm about future possibilities
Creates safe working environment where ideas are welcomed



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