Evaluation Methods Specialist

WWC Washington , DC 20001

Posted 1 week ago

WWC is searching for an Evaluation Methods Specialist for a potential opportunity in the National Capital Region. The Evaluation Methods Specialist will assume responsibility for functioning of evaluation methodology and design. This includes providing relevant technical guidance, identifying and executing appropriate agreed upon methodology, and conducting field work and research.

This position is contingent on contract award.

Wittenberg Weiner Consulting, LLC (WWC) is a small, woman-owned business providing management consulting services to U.S. government agencies.

At WWC, our employees are the embodiment of our success as a firm. Our team is comprised of a tenacious group of diverse professionals located across the globe. It includes military veterans and spouses of active duty troops, former federal employees, policy experts, academics, attorneys, and technical and business experts, all of whom share a strong work ethic and the skills to succeed in both collaborative and independent environments. WWC is invested in the longterm success of both our clients and colleagues for the right reasons. Our dedication to putting good government into practice is underpinned by a merit-based culture that measures success by productivity and credibility.

WWC will provide reasonable accommodations to applicants who are unable to utilize our online application system due to a disability. Please send your request to WWC HR.

Requirements

Basic Qualifications

  • Master's degree in Evaluation Sciences or in development or a related development field, such as Economics, Evaluation Sciences, Political Science, Public Administration, Business Administration, or other discipline related to development assistance required.
  • Ability to pass required background check.
  • Outstanding communication skills, influencing abilities, and client focus.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in using all Microsoft Office applications.
  • Experience in conducting project monitoring and program evaluations, surveys, assessments, and data analysis.
  • Knowledge of international best practices on project design, implementation, evaluation and learning, as well as excellent interpersonal, writing and presentation skills.
  • Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. WWC will not sponsor applicants for work visas for this position.

Preferred Qualifications

  • An active Secret security clearance.
  • PhD in Evaluation Sciences or in development or a related development field, such as Economics, Evaluation Sciences, Political Science, Public Administration, Business Administration, or other discipline related to development assistance preferred.
  • Ten years experience in evaluation and performance management of projects; research methods; and/or project design.
  • Familiarity with American Evaluation Association (AEA) standards.

Benefits

WWC offers a competitive benefits and compensation package.

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