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Within the MoreThanAJob project, funded by the ENI CBC Med 2014-2020 programme, ‎MoreThanAJob project’s partners in Palestine (Nablus chamber of Commerce, and An-‎Najah National University) are looking for two external experts for the evaluation of ‎sub-grant proposal. The external experts will support in the evaluation of proposals ‎received by third actors within a sub-grant call that will be launched in the following ‎months. The sub-grant call will be aimed at financing SSE-PA cooperation projects ‎aiming at improving welfare and social services for vulnerable groups in order to ‎increase their opportunities of social and labour inclusion.‎


MoreThanAJob will be launching a competition to offer 10 funded grants for the ‎development of innovative social schemes (2 per partner country, i.e. Palestine, ‎Lebanon, Jordan, Greece, and Italy). The grant size will be 20,000 euros per proposal.‎

To achieve these goals, MoreThanAJob is seeking the support of evaluators in ‎Palestine who will take part in the evaluation committee of assessing applied proposals ‎of SSE institutions. The evaluator is expected to carry out the following tasks:‎

Responsibilities

  • Analyzing and evaluating the proposals received through the open call, according ‎to the selection criteria included in the call for proposals and the evaluation grid ‎previously agreed. ‎
  • Interviewing the applicants of the four shortlisted proposals, in cooperation with ‎Nablus chamber of Commerce, and An-Najah National University, in order to ‎further assess the proposal, its aim, impact and sustainability.‎
  • Giving recommendations to the organization on the two high-ranked proposals ‎following the interviews with shortlisted candidates. ‎
  • Providing support in the reporting of the selection process and results, as ‎MoreThanAJob partners will develop a detailed report on how the selection process ‎of the sub-grants has been carried out and the evaluation results. The external ‎evaluators will review and confirm the report.‎
  • Meeting and agreeing with the committee members on the main and specific ‎acceptance and evaluation criteria for the local projects.‎
  • Assessing, reviewing, examining the applied proposals and comparing them to the ‎set criteria with the help of all committee members.‎
  • Preparing evaluation report in partnership with all local committee members.‎
  • The evaluation process will be carried in stages, the expert have to take on the ‎different stages evaluation.‎

Requirements

  • At least 10 years of experience in the field of SSE, social and/or employment inclusion, and relevant fields for the project
  • Knowledge of the local socio-economic background in order to be able to assess the proposals that best respond to the needs and peculiarities of the territory.
  • Knowledge of the Arabic language to be able to read and evaluate the proposals received.
  • Knowledge of English.
  • Previous experience in evaluation of proposals as part of programmes funded by the European Commission will be considered an asset.
  • Knowledge of the Euro-Mediterranean cooperation and the ENI CBC programme will be considered an asset.

To apply:‎

If you are interested in taking part in the project as an evaluator, please contact us by ‎email: [email protected]

The deadline for sending applications is 25/02/2021.‎

For more information on the project and its activities, visit ‎the MoreThanAJob webpage on the ENI CBC Med website and follow us ‎on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.‎

The mission of MoreThanAJob(Reinforcing social and solidarity economy for the ‎unemployed, uneducated and refugees) is to deliver and demonstrate a framework of ‎best practices, previously identified and studied for the inclusion of the unemployed in ‎the work and education system. The framework is based on the collaboration of social ‎and solidarity economy (SSE) actors and public authorities for delivering in a more ‎effective way their services. This will be done through pilot sub-projects aiming to ‎ensure a long-term impact and the creation of jobs.‎

The project is coordinated by the An-Najah National University (Palestine) and involves ‎other 6 partners: Nablus chamber of commerce and industry (Palestine); Ministry of ‎Public Works and Housing (Jordan); Mutah University (Jordan); Business Consultancy ‎and Training Services (Lebanon); EUROTRAINING (Greece); and CESIE (Italy).‎


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