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Technical Experts – Global Climate Change Monitoring & Evaluation Framework Project

Tetra Tech ARD
Location: Global/Regional
Last Date: September 9, 2011
Email:  (Reference:


Tetra Tech ARD ( is accepting expressions of interests from qualified Technical Experts for a project funded by the USAID Bureau for Economic Growth, Agriculture and Trade (EGAT). The Technical Experts will be required for short-term technical evaluations of USAID Global Climate Change (GCC) activities in developing countries. EGAT maintains an active technical leadership portfolio to advance analysis and research on the topics of climate adaptation, clean energy, sustainable landscapes, and integration of climate into other sectors. The purpose of this task order is to review logic of Agency’s Global Climate Change results framework and associated indicators; develop an evaluation plan that identifies key evaluation questions and research designs for answering them; assist missions with performance monitoring, incorporating baseline data collection critical to performance and impact evaluations that will be conducted at a later date, and; conduct impact evaluations on past programs, beta evaluations and mid-term program evaluations to inform future GCC evaluations and programming. Technical experts will be required with experience in sustainable landscapes (forest carbon), adaptation, and clean energy activities. Individuals will be expected to provide assistance in integrating monitoring and evaluation principles and USAID GCC indicators into mission/project specific programs.

Positions are for short-term technical assistance and will require periodic international travel.

- At least a Master’s degree in monitoring and evaluation and/or climate change mitigation or adaptation, or other related field, PhD preferred;
- A minimum of four (4) years mid-level and senior-level expertise in quantitative evaluations of development assistance and/or climate adaptation, clean energy and energy efficiency, sustainable landscape management;
- Demonstrated technical expertise in climate adaptation, clean energy and/or sustainable landscapes;
- At least five (5) years of technical experience in policy analysis in at least two geographical regions;
- Demonstrated experience collaborating with complex field operations in closed and/or transitional or developing countries;

Please email full, current CV in reverse chronological format or fax to S. Hendel at 802-658-4247. Please refer to job code “GCC TA” in the subject line. Candidates meeting position requirements will be contacted. No phone calls, please.

Tetra Tech ARD, Inc. is committed to diversity and gender equality in all of its operations—in the US and overseas. We strive to reflect these goals in our global mission and in our workforce. We encourage applications from women and underrepresented ethnic, racial and cultural groups. Tetra Tech ARD, Inc. is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Closing Date: September 9th, 2011


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