In collaboration with MEL and other technical team members, strengthen data and monitoring to ensure that activities in private sector engagement, public private dialogue, strengthening IAOs, and linking institutions are tracked and appropriate response strategies are implemented; analyze and report on program and Activity progress and contribute to the Activity’s learning agenda.
Contribute to annual work planning, training plans, quarterly reports and other required technical reports. Stay up-to date on global best practices, new developments and emerging issues in private sector engagement, public private dialogue, strengthening IAOs, and linking institutions
Serve as the point of contact for/working with IAO counterparts to ensure activities are implemented as planned between the Activity and the IAOs.
Master’s degree in field related to business, management, economics, political science, law, or development studies.
Five (5) years or more of professional experience in the fields of policy reform, agriculture, economic reform, and/or business management.
Familiarity with, and ability to apply and adapt methods to engage the private sector in policy reforms, advocacy, public-private dialogue, and monitoring implementation of reforms.
Previous experience supporting USAID funded projects or other development organizations on projects and programs.