MSI is seeking a researcher for a rapid assessment of the communication component of the community resilience activity implemented by USAID / Pakistan’s community resilience office (CRO).
The assessment seeks to establish a baseline of current knowledge and practices relevant to community resilience and identify if communities experience a change in knowledge and behavior that can be plausibly linked to program interventions.
The results of this assessment will also inform the design of similar future programs. The assessment will begin in or around June 2018 and finish by the end November 2018.
The anticipated level of effort for the researcher is approximately 45-50 days. The assessment team will include a team leader, a behavior change communication (BCC) specialist, research assistants, data analysts, and other support as necessary.
Responsibilities : In collaboration with evaluation team lead, subject matter experts, and MSI staff, the researcher will :
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.