Rumph and Associates, P.C. is seeking a Case Study Coordinator will have overall responsibility for all aspects of the Tumaco. Primarily responsible for communicating technical issues with USAID, developing and implementing the detailed case study methodology, managing and implementing the work plan and all related team activities, leading the literature review, guiding the collection of data through surveys, conducting interviews, and leading the writing of the case study technical products. Responsible for presenting findings during briefings, out-briefings, and final presentations.
The case study is to provide USAID with a picture of Tumaco municipality, covering a 15-year period (roughly 2003-2018, depending on data availability), comparing the evolution of the municipality and the relevance of USAID’s interventions. The case study will be used as a data-driven tool to inform USAID of trends in the region and the status of its transition out of conflict. It will help USAID:
1) Better understand the trajectory of the region from “conflict” toward a “post-conflict” environment, as seen through the lenses of security, development, governance, social capital and licit economic growth; and
2) Highlight key challenges that the national, regional, and municipal government and civil society needs to address in Tumaco for the implementation of the peace agreement signed between the Government of Colombia (GOC) and the FARC. The primary users of this Case Study will be USAID/Colombia and Government of Colombia (GOC) stakeholders.
EDUCATION, REQUIREMENTS, AND QUALIFICATIONS
Master’s Degree in International Development, Economics, Statistics, Agricultural Economics, Public Policy, Rural Development, Sociology, Evaluation, or other relevant related areas.
● Eight (8) years of experience in participating in field-based evaluations and/or case studies of development programs and projects. Experience may be related to: leading field-based evaluations; evaluating international cooperation funded projects; evaluating rural development programs; conducting baselines for evaluations. Experience in monitoring development projects is highly desired.
● Knowledge of development issues in Colombia, specifically territorial socioeconomic conditions in conflict-affected areas.
● Relevant subject matter expertise.
● Understanding of gender and ethnic minority issues in Colombia.
● Advanced analytic skills.
● Advanced written and oral communication skills in English and Spanish.
About the Organization
Rumph and Associates, P.C. (Rumph) founded in 2007 is a SBA certified 8(a), minority-owned small disadvantaged business (SDB headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia.) Rumph is committed to providing our federal, state and local government, in addition to, private sector and nonprofit clients innovative, adaptable, quality-oriented, and cost-conscious services and integrated solutions which enable them to achieve their most desired short and long-term business goals. We produce efficient, effective and well-timed results by understanding our clients’ needs and supporting them in their efforts to obtain the most desired outcomes. We have values about our company and the way it should be run. Our values are demanding and an essential part of what we do and how we act toward our associates and our business. We believe our values are the reason behind our success and allows us to keep true to ourselves during times of growth and during challenges. http://rumphandassociates.com/