Team Leader – Final Evaluation of IDLO program "Indonesia-Netherland Rule of Law Fund"

from International Development Law Organization
Closing date: 27 Feb 2020


The purpose of this evaluation is to assess the IDLO’s Indonesia-Netherland Rule of Law Fund" against the stated outcomes and outputs as of December 2019. Within this framework, the evaluation will:

  • Provide an independent assessment of the program and measure the extent to which the expected results were achieved:
  • Identify relevant lessons learned with a view to informing the design and implementation of future programs in Indonesia and Beyond; and
  • Identify relevant lessons learned with a view to informing the future planning and implementation of the sub-grants by IDLO.

The incumbent will report to the Evaluation Unit and Director of Policy, Research and Learning under a day-to-day supervision of the Head, Evaluation and will be expected to carry out the following key duties in line with the detailed evaluation Terms of Reference (Link)::

  • Conduct an in-depth desk review of relevant Indonesian national strategies, and program documents and reports;
  • Reconstruct the program’s ToC and develop the EQs and Indicators;
  • Identify methodological approaches and tools to capture data, in line with the expected evaluation results;
  • Organize and manage data collection together with the (medium-level) Evaluation Expert; and
  • In coordination with the (medium-level) Evaluation Expert, set up and conduct key informant interviews and focus group discussions.

The incumbent will undertake the in-depth analytical work to produce Inception Note and Evaluation Report (in all draft and final versions). In particular, the incumbent will:

  • Prepare an Inception Note
  • Prepare a draft Evaluation Report
  • Finalize the Evaluation Report, incorporating feedback from all relevant stakeholders



  • Advanced university degree in Evaluation, Health, Social Sciences, International Development, Law or related field.

Work experience

  • Over 10 years of relevant professional experience in conducting results-oriented evaluations of international development projects and programs and/or in complex/strategic assessments, focused on capacity-building in the fields of good governance and rule of law, preferably in Indonesian context;
  • A strong track record in Team Leadership for development assistance evaluations
  • Professional experience with project cycle management, OECD DAC evaluation framework, logical framework approaches and with quality assurance within international development evaluations;
  • Experience with working in transition countries


  • Fluency in written and spoken English is required.

Technical competencies

  • Demonstrated knowledge of evaluation methodology for development assistance projects and programs with specific experience in evaluation methods and tools (including theory-of-change based evaluations);
  • Sound knowledge of the OECD DAC evaluation standards and criteria;
  • Sound knowledge of developing qualitative and quantitative (proxy) indicators;
  • Relevant experience with survey techniques, focus groups and other participatory methods;
  • Strong knowledge of quantitative and qualitative data collection methods;
  • Strong analytical, writing and editing skills.


The consultancy is expected to start in February 2020. The inception note is expected by early March 2020, the data collection mission is expected between April 1-April 23 2020, and the draft evaluation report is expected tentatively by early May 2020. This is a results-based assignment where payments are made upon satisfactory production of evaluation deliverables. The estimated number of workdays for the assignment is 45 workdays for the Evaluation Team Leader. This includes approximately 17 working days for the data collection field mission in Indonesia.

How to apply:

All interested applicants are encouraged to apply and submit their Resume and Cover Letter ONLY on


The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by the Contractor assigned to this work. This may not be an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities.

The Director-General of IDLO reserves the right to amend and change responsibilities or even to cancel the recruitment to meet business and organizational needs as necessary.

Application deadline is 27th February 2020 (23.59 Hrs. Rome time)