IFC – Results Measurement Specialist – Africa (Dakar or Johannesburg)

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SELECTION CRITERIA:

Advanced degree in economics, business, finance or other relevant degree.

At least 5 years of relevant experience with private sector operations, in the areas of evaluation and social research, results measurement, economic evaluation, and/or project management in the infrastructure sectors (energy, water, transport), or with international financial institutions.

Sector knowledge and expertise on topics such as renewable energy, distributed generation, roads, LNG, and/or sanitation.

Understanding of industry trends and technologies, and key drivers to ensure focus on most relevant outcomes and impacts.

Experience with results measurement methods, including evaluation methodologies (quantitative and qualitative) and their appropriate use. Training or certification in monitoring and/or evaluations is a plus.

Familiarity with the Africa region and/or experience in fragile and conflict affected states is a plus.

Prior experience with donor reporting or management of donor funded program.

English language fluency a must, and French/Spanish is a plus.

Knowledge of specialized infra related databases.

Experience/ Expertise in economic impact estimation or economic modeling is a plus.

Knowledge of IFC’s corporate environment and the context, trends, concerns and on-going events within IFC regional strategies is a plus.

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