NDIGD accepting positions for monitoring and evaluation research associate

Author: Luis Ruuska

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The Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development (NDIGD), part of the University of Notre Dame's new Keough School of Global Affairs, is currently accepting applications for the position of monitoring and evaluation research associate in NDIGD's Impact Evaluation Division.

This position will be responsible for the design and implementation of evaluations for NDIGD  and the dissemination of research results through academic publications, evaluation reports, and developing best practices in monitoring, evaluation, and innovation. It is anticipated that this position will initially work on NDIGD’s evaluations in Honduras related to workforce development and citizen security.

This position will also contribute significantly to the implementation of other NDIGD strategic initiatives in the areas of aid effectiveness, global health, and humanitarian response, as well as to the larger academic mission of the Keough School. Candidates should have experience in designing and implementing quantitative and/or qualitative surveys, including randomized controlled trial (RCT) designs. This position will lead NDIGD evaluations of projects by formulating evaluation design, data collection, analysis, and publishing on evaluation results.

The position may also mentor student researchers to conduct evaluations. Significant experience preferred in monitoring and evaluation of projects for organizations conducting impact evaluations such as the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), World Bank Group, or for corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs. The position will also develop and submit evaluation-related proposals to external funders, and will present NDIGD’s evaluation work to these partners.

Interested applicants should view the full listing and apply at jobs.nd.edu/postings/11450. This position will close on March 6, 2018.


The Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development — an integral part of the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame — promotes human development and dignity among people worldwide through applied innovations, impact evaluation, education, and training that help build just and equitable societies.

The University of Notre Dame seeks to attract, develop, and retain the highest quality faculty, staff and administration. The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and is committed to building a culturally diverse workplace. We strongly encourage applications from female and minority candidates and others that will enhance our community. Moreover, Notre Dame prohibits discrimination against veterans or disabled qualified individuals, and requires affirmative action by covered contractors to employ and advance veterans and qualified individuals with disabilities in compliance with 41 CFR 60-741.5(a) and 41 CFR 60-300.5(a).