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Call for Expressions of Interest
for
Evaluability Review of
“Supporting Resilience and Social Cohesion with Decent Livelihood Opportunities” Project


 Overview
 ILO Project Code  TUR/22/01/USA
 Project Location  Türkiye, with project provinces of İstanbul, İzmir, Bursa, Ankara, Adana, Mersin, Şanlıurfa, Kahramanmaraş, Konya, Hatay, Eskişehir, Denizli, Gaziantep, Manisa, and Kilis.
 Expected Starting and End Date of Contract  17 February – 28 March 2023
 Application Deadline  15 February 2023
 Languages required  Excellent written and oral communication skills in English (level C2).

The ILO Office for Türkiye is seeking expressions of interest from consultants to conduct an independent evaluability review of the “Supporting Resilience and Social Cohesion with Decent Livelihood Opportunities” project funded by The United States Department of State, Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration (BPRM).

For further details about the scope of work, please see the attached Terms of Reference (ToR).

Required Information for Submission of Interest:

The selection of the external collaborator will be done by the ILO based on their technical and financial proposals.

The deadline to submit the expression of interest for the review is by 17.00 pm (Geneva time) on 15 February, 2023. Please send an e-mail with the subject header “Evaluability Review of Supporting Resilience and Social Cohesion with Decent Livelihood Opportunities Project” to Admin and Finance Officer - Ms Ayşesu Ayken (ayken@ilo.org) and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer – Mr Enver Emre Aykın (aykin@iloguest.org).

Proposals to undertake any work under these ToRs will be submitted in English and must contain the following information and documents:

 1. Technical Proposal  2. Financial Proposal
 The CV of the candidate  A proposal setting out the cost for the review including a daily fee (in TRY)
 Portfolio of work should be submitted relevant to the requirements of the ToR


Criteria Total points Max. Points
Technical Evaluation (60%) 60  
Advanced degree in social sciences and/or economics and other related fields.   5
At least 5 years of professional experience in programme and/or project planning, monitoring, implementation and evaluation activities.   10
Knowledge of results-based management (RBM), evaluation, as well as participatory M&E methodologies and approaches, proven record of accomplishment with at least 5 years of experience;   10
Experience and proven record of accomplishment with policy advice, project development / implementation and/or monitoring & evaluation preferably in UN Agencies.   10
Experience in applying SMART indicators and reconstructing or validating baseline scenarios.   10
Experience in qualitative analysis and research.   5
Good knowledge of the country context and refugee crisis context, especially in the field of employment and refugee population in labour market is an asset;   5
Experience of integrating gender perspective into the monitoring and evaluation approaches is an asset.   5
Financial Evaluation (40%) 40  
TOTAL 100  

Financial Evaluation (40%) – max. 40 points:

The maximum number of points assigned to the financial proposal is allocated to the lowest price proposal. All other price proposals receive points in inverse proportion.

Required skills and experience:


I. Minimum Qualifications

  • Advanced degree in social sciences and/or economics and other related fields.
  • Strong and proven reporting and communication skills both in Turkish and in English.
  • Excellent analytical and report-writing skills and experience in evaluation in the scope of development cooperation projects.
  • At least 5 years of professional experience in programme and/or project planning, monitoring, implementation and evaluation activities.
  • Experience and proven record of accomplishment with policy advice, project development / implementation and/or monitoring & evaluation preferably in UN Agencies.
  • Knowledge of results-based management (RBM), evaluation, as well as participatory M&E methodologies and approaches, proven record of accomplishment with at least 5 years of experience;
  • Experience in applying SMART indicators and reconstructing or validating baseline scenarios;
  • Experience in qualitative analysis and research;

II. Assets

  • Good knowledge of the country context and refugee crisis context, especially in the field of employment and refugee population in labour market is an asset;
  • Experience of integrating gender perspective into the monitoring and evaluation approaches is an asset;

III. Language Requirements

The working languages of the individual activities included in the scope of this subcontract are English and Turkish. The final outputs will be submitted in English. The ILO Office for Türkiye will not provide any additional funds for translation services.

Compliance with UN norms and standards for evaluation

This evaluation will comply with UN norms and standards for evaluation and ensure that ethical safeguards concerning the independence of the evaluation will be followed. Please refer to the UNEG ethical guidelines for further details.