The European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention invites interested and experienced candidates to apply for the position as External Evaluator to carry out an external evaluation of activities relating to the implementation of the ENSP work programme 2019.
The objectives of the evaluation are to:
The evaluation will focus on:
The evaluation framework is:
Time frame & Methods
The evaluation will look at activities run throughout the year 2019, and the actual work will be carried out between mid-December 2019 and mid-January 2020.
The specific indicators and measures specified in Grant Agreement 836452 ENSP FY 2019 “Evaluation Strategy” will be used as a basis to measure the success of ENSP’s work in 2019. They may be revised or completed to adapt to different points of the framework of the 2019 evaluation.
Methods to be used can include desk research of ENSP documents and materials, face-to-face & telephone interviews, questionnaires, web-based polls, and other tools that are appropriate for the specific indicator.
The final report will be delivered to ENSP Secretariat by 20 January 2020.
The candidature for external evaluator 2019
The responses to the call should address the following:
Domains of expertise
We are looking for proposals from individuals or companies with one or more of the following evaluation expertise:
Applicants should indicate clearly their domain or domains of competence, as well as their daily rate and indicative total cost for the evaluation.
Candidates should be able to demonstrate that they have:
Before signing the contract with ENSP, the selected candidate may be requested to present supporting documents.
Place of work
The place of work will be the place where the evaluator has his official (permanent) address or the ENSP Secretariat offices in Brussels.
1 month, starting on 20/12/2019. The expected evaluation should be completed and delivered by end January 2020.
Submission of applications
Please submit your offer electronically by 10 December 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org
It should be composed of:
General Terms and Conditions
Conflict of interest
To ensure the independence of the evaluation proposals, on conclusion of their contract, the expert(s) selected will have to sign a declaration certifying that they have no conflict of interests for the evaluation concerned and that they without delay will inform ENSP if such conflict of interests should emerge during the course of the evaluation.
Throughout the evaluation process, the evaluators must observe the confidentiality of the information and documents brought to their attention during the process.
For further information, please contact Cornel Radu at email@example.com
Please note that questions will only be answered until two (2) working days before the submission deadline.
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