International Medical Corps is working to relieve the suffering of those impacted by war, natural disaster and disease by delivering vital health care services that focus on training, helping devastated populations return to self-reliance. IMC has been working in Gaza since 2009 and is currently implementing a project to support health service provision in partnership with local NGOs.
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International Medical corps is currently looking for: Inter-organizational Relationship Consultant
Desired Start Date: August, 2022
End date: September, 2022
Location: Gaza City.
IMC-Gaza seeks a seasoned inter-organizational relationship expert to conduct qualitative research. The consultant’s scope of work would be to conduct a management study to better understand the experiences of local CBO and NGO partners and the IMC-Gaza program through past and present collaborative arrangements.
Interested candidates should send a CV (containing a publication track record), two recent independent writing samples (preferably in report format), a conceptual framework of the task, work plan, budget, and other requirements.
Scope of Work/Deliverables:
Specifically, this would include:
- Documenting the historical development of the CBOs and NGOs
- Documenting the direct organizational development benefits to CBO and NGO partners arising from their contract with IMC
- Identifying additional indirect benefits experienced by CBO and NGO partners through association with IMC
- Documenting the benefits and limitations of having local partners involved in the design and implementation of IMC’s programs
- Documenting expectations and aspirations of local partners (in association or independent of IMC)
Data collection methods would likely involve some documentary review with a primary focus on key informant interviews with CBO/NGO partners and IMC-Gaza Program and Leadership. Data collection would be conducted primarily in Gaza and travel to partner institutions to understand the key issues comprehensively. Outputs would ideally be a presentation, report, and publication in a development or management journal on the unique operational environment. An agreement would need to be reached with each CBO and NGO partner involved about their participation in the study.
The ideal consultant would have experience conducting evaluation research and an interest in the intersection between development and management research. Preference would be for candidates who have experience working in oPt, are fluent in Arabic, and are familiar with Gaza contexts.
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Qualifications and Skills:
- Typically, a Ph.D. degree in social sciences, public health, strategic management, or international development, with experience or background in qualitative research
- Typically, 5+ years of relevant and progressive experience inter-organizational relationship management field, including a minimum of 2 in LMICs, preferably in the Middle East Region
- Experience in mixed methods of qualitative and quantitative analysis.
- Possess superior English writing skills--narrative reports and scientific
- Demonstrated ability to deliver a high-quality report, including publication track-record
- Ability to assemble own team of data collectors, transcribers, etc., preferably in Gaza
- Ability to balance programmatic needs and academic concern.
How to apply.
- Interested candidates with relevant education and work experience are encouraged to send their CVs to [email protected] , Indicating in the subject line: Inter-organizational Relationship Consultant, no later than August 13, 2022.
- CVs must be submitted in English.
- Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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