13 Oct 2017
This is an early request for Expressions of Interest, with the possibility of selecting a suitable organisation to co-implement this research in 2018, beginning at earliest in December 2017
International Alert is one of the world’s leading peacebuilding organisations with 30 years of experience laying the foundations for peace. With the financial support of the United Kingdom Department for International Development, International Alert is seeking to engage a qualified organization or individual(s) to implement qualitative or quantitative-qualitative research in Ukraine, beginning in December 2017.
International Alert is undertaking a multi-country research programme that aims to build evidence base on peacebuilding-related issues to inform the programmatic and policy practices. The programme consists of multiple countries and thematic areas. In Ukraine, the programme will study how societal norms on gender – especially on masculinity – interact with armed conflict, including looking at the gendered impacts of the conflict on civilian and combatants/ex-combatants.
This is an early request for Expressions of Interest, with the possibility of selecting a suitable organisation to co-implement this research in 2018, beginning at earliest in December 2017.
Short-listed candidate organisations will be interviewed. If International Alert chooses to proceed with the recruitment, candidates will undergo a further evaluation process. For further details of the assignment please see the brief generic overview of the research.
To be considered for this position, please send an ‘Expression of Interest’ in the form of a cover letter, along with an organisational resume and up to date CV/s of proposed 1-2 main researcher/s to Ukraine@international-alert.org.
Qualified consultancies, non-governmental organizations, research organizations, think tanks and individuals are eligible to apply. Consortiums are also eligible to apply. This EOI places strong preference as the lead applicant researcher to qualified Ukrainian nationals/residents.
Your cover letter should explain how you meet each of the requirements in the ToR. The information which you provide will be the basis on which we will judge your initial suitability for the position. You should also include details of your current rate(s) of pay and the names and contact details of two referees.
This Letter is not to be construed in any way as an offer to contract with your organization.
Closing Date: 24th October 2017
To be considered for this position, please send an “Expression of Interest” in the form of a cover letter, along with an organisational resume and up to date CV/s of proposed 1-2 main researcher/s to Ukraine@international-alert.org with copy on email@example.com
please look for detailes in RFP document.