MSI is seeking a mobile technology expert to conduct a study of the role of mobile technology in Pakistan’s labor market.
The findings from the study will help guide USAID / Pakistan’s programming in workforce development over the next three (3) to five (5) years.
identify ways to use mobile learning to increase employee learning; and assess the potential to develop / use employee tracking applications for employees’ and employers’ performance evaluation and workforce environment.
The analysis will capture the changing quantitative and qualitative trends within Pakistan and abroad, such as the UAE job markets.
The study will draw from review and analysis of existing data and reports as well as a limited number of interviews with key workforce development stakeholders.
The assessment is expected to begin on or about the end of May 2018 and will finish in the beginning of September 2018.The anticipated level of effort for the mobile technology expert is approximately 35-
40 days. The team will include a team leader, sector experts, research assistants, and other support as necessary
Candidates that have a real or potential conflict of interest in this evaluation will not be considered for this assignment.
MSI will require a written statement to this effect before formal engagement on this assignment. Conflict of interest in this context includes, but is not limited to : close and / or family relations with the individuals that are related to the project, financial interest in the implementing organization(s) or grantees, current or previous experience with the project being evaluated or the USAID requesting office, etc.
Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
MSI is an EEO / AA / ADA Veterans Employer.