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    Apply: IFC Results Measurement Specialist

    Deadline: 10 July, 2020

    Location: Washington, DC, United States of America

    The International Finance Corporation (IFC) is currently seeking applications from eligible applicants for the post of Results Measurement Specialist.

    IFC’s mission is to end extreme poverty by 2030 and boost shared prosperity in every developing country.


    • Work with all advisory teams, the Secretariat, Results Measurement (RM) staff and Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) to ensure adequate coordination and consistent application of AS governance related to RM issues
    • Work with Core Self Evaluation (CSE) Results Measurement teams to ensure consistent understanding and application of standard impact measurement and monitoring frameworks and methods throughout the project lifecycle
    • When needed (particularly for projects with performance incentives), support the operational staff in conducting additional data quality checks and verification lead/support aggregation and analysis of results data, and support donor reporting on development results
    • Support the development and implementation of all strategic discussions around results measurement issues with senior management in IFC and with the board
    • Plan, organise and deliver updated guidance material and training on RM related issues to all relevant operational staff and to RM staff
    • In particular, ensure data quality assurance and reporting of results in line with corporate guidelines and standard impact measurement and monitoring frameworks


    • At least graduate degree in Economics, Finance, Business, Public Policy or other relevant graduate degree from a reputable university
    • Five years, minimum, (or a Ph.D. and two to four years) of relevant experience demonstrating analytical skills in results measurement, economic analysis and/or private sector development work
    • Experience with providing transaction level monitoring and evaluation support to operational teams providing investment, advisory services/technical assistance across different business areas is essential
    • Knowledge of International Development Association (IDA), Private Sector Window (PSW), climate facilities and initiatives, monitoring and evaluation experience related to specific climate related programmes is essential
    • Ability to apply monitoring and evaluation approaches, methods, tools, and terminology of development impact to ex-ante assessments, monitoring and ex-posts evaluations
    • Proven experience and good understanding of advisory projects’ development outcome assessment and processes methods
    • Knowledge of IFC’s Anticipated Impact Measurement and Monitoring (AIMM) system is a plus
    • Proven capability to handle complex assignments and produce analytical work to a high professional standard with minimum supervision
    • Experience with business analytics and results measurement methods, including, survey design and implementation, developing development impact thesis and designing logical frameworks
    • Proven ability to monitor data quality and improve it as needed for advisory operations
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to communicate effectively with different stakeholders
    To apply and for more information, click here.
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