Oct 122017

Organization: ICAP
Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
Closing date: 31 Dec 2017

Job Title: Evaluation Coordinator (full-time for 6-9 months)
Location: Based in Kinshasa, DRC (with travel to Lubumbashi, DRC)
Reports to: Project Lead, ICAP in New York
Responsible for: Supporting the evaluation of two Global Technical Assistance (GTA) projects: 1) Fast-track Test and Treat (T&T); and 2) pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).


ICAP is seeking an in-country Evaluation Coordinator on a temporary consultancy basis with demonstrated skill, expertise, and experience in HIV project implementation and evaluation. Under the supervision of the Project Lead based in ICAP in New York, and working in close collaboration with the regional ICAP office, the Evaluation Coordinator will oversee the evaluation of two GTA projects in Kinshasa and Lubumbashi, DRC. Along with both the New York and DRC Project Coordinator, S/he will coordinate and monitor all evaluation activities within seven project facilities. The Evaluation Coordinator will be responsible for high quality reporting and monitoring of all components of the evaluation including adherence to the project’s protocol and all institutional review board (IRB) regulations.


  • Work with the in-country project coordinator to provide management support for all evaluation activities
  • Assist in hiring project evaluation staff (i.e. data collectors, survey interviewers, etc.)
  • Coordinate timely implementation of all evaluations activities of the project according to the objectives and timeline identified in the work plan
  • Implement and monitor survey administration in seven health facilities
  • Provide on-site monitoring of evaluation activities and supervision to project staff
  • Perform other related duties and responsibilities as may be assigned


  • Master’s in public health degree preferred


  • 5+ years’ experience working on public health projects either at the headquarters of an international or related-organizations, or in resource limited settings in the field of health service delivery systems, with focus on HIV preferred
  • Experience with program evaluation
  • Experience in staying in compliance with protocols and IRB regulations
  • Experience with good clinical practices (GCP)
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, writing and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated successful experience working independently or as part of a team
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Outlook, Excel, Word, etc.)
  • English and French language skills required


  • Knowledge of USG rules and regulations
  • Previous work experience in DRC preferred

How to apply:

Please email your CV and Cover Letter to Julie Franks at

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