The USAID/Ukraine Office of Economic Growth (OEG) has requested the USAID-funded Learning, Evaluation, and Analysis Project (LEAP III) conduct a mid-term performance evaluation of the Competitive Economy Program in Ukraine. The purpose of the CEP mid-term performance evaluation is to assess the relevance and effectiveness of CEP’s interventions as they relate to a) strengthening Ukraine’s competitiveness, b) facilitating trade, and c) improving the business enabling environment. The Senior Technical BEE Expert will be the technical lead on trade, competitiveness, and business enabling environment. This position will participate in design of data collection tools, KIIs, and FGDs. They will also contribute to the creation and editing of the final deliverables.
The Senior Technical Expert should have both a postgraduate degree and at least 7 years of experience in sector and business competitiveness, policy reform, policy analysis, institutional architecture, business environment, trade competitiveness, SMEs, and custom reform, and experience in performance evaluations.
- Experience with international programs
- Regional experience and/or specific knowledge of Ukraine are strongly preferred
- Experience in conducting business environment analysis
- Experience in designing data collection tools and performing KIIs and FGDs
- Speaking and/or writing ability in Ukrainian and/or Russian is desired
- Strong English skills are required.
About the Organization
Integra, a small-business international development firm, specializing in the implementation of demand-driven development analytics, monitoring and evaluation (M&E), and capacity building projects. Our technical expertise is broad, encompassing agriculture and food security, economic growth, energy, climate resilience, environment and natural resources, and gender and social inclusion. We have provided analytical and M&E services to donor-funded projects for ten years, working across more than 50 different countries, impacting millions of stakeholders, and leveraging over $1.2 billion in public and private investment for development reforms.