The PCB will be establishing an independent evaluation expert advisory committee which will be reporting directly to the PCB. This committee shall consist of a total of 7 experts in the field of evaluation. One of these experts will be nominated by the NGO delegation, five will be nominated by Member States and one will be nominated by the Co-sponsors.
The aim of the Evaluation Expert Advisory Committee will be to advise the Director of Evaluation and the Executive Director on the implementation of UNAIDS evaluation policy and the development and implementation of UNAIDS evaluation plan to enhance the use of evaluations, organizational learning and alignment with UNAIDS Strategy, the Unified Budget Results and Accountability Framework as well as United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG) norms and standards for evaluation. The ultimate goal of the committee is to improve relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability and impact of the joint programme on HIV/AIDS.
The required qualifications, scope of work and expected time commitment are described in the terms of reference attached. Members of the Committee (who are not UN staff) shall be paid an honorarium (lump sum) as well as the cost of their travel and per diem for face-to-face meetings.
If you think you meet the qualifications for this position, please send a letter indicating your interest and motivation for applying and your resume to [email protected], cc [email protected]. Deadline of submission is August 27, 2019, COB Geneva.
You may view the Terms of Reference for the position here.
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