Position is open to all Guinean nationals and those eligible for permanent residence and authorization to work in Guinea



The incumbent plays a lead role for essential Mission-wide operations that ensure effective management of development programming. The position serves as the Program Office’s Senior Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist, the Mission’s lead in host government and donor coordination, and the senior program cycle advisor. As the lead M&E expert, the incumbent manages the M&E Platform and provides overall guidance to technical teams and assists in planning data quality assessments and evaluations for the Mission’s two Operating Units, Guinea and Sierra Leone. S/he organizes periodic portfolio reviews and presents and analyzes Mission data to assess the effectiveness of development activities. The incumbent provides guidance on agency results reporting requirements and ensures data quality requirements meet appropriate standards. As the Mission’s main liaison with the donor community and the Government of Guinea, the incumbent will engage in strategic discussions, presentations, and coordination with development donors and relevant Ministry staff on behalf of USAID/Guinea. Finally, the incumbent will provide a range of support to ensure that sound Agency Program Cycle practices and guidance are followed in both Operating Units.

Education:  A Master’s degree in Social Sciences, Business Administration, or Economics or related field is required.

Work experience A minimum of seven (7) years of progressively more responsible and relevant experience in Guinea and/or Sierra Leone working in monitoring and evaluation, data analysis, and development is required. Experience in Guinean protocol and administrative procedures at the highest levels is required.

 Language ProficiencyFluency in English and French is required

DEADLINE TO RECEIVE APPLICATIONS June 30, 2022, midnight local time

HOW TO APPLY:  Interested applicants MUST submit a complete application package which includes:

o    A cover letter describing how your previous experience fits this position.

o    An AID 309-2 form

o    A detailed resume

o    3 to 5 References

To ensure consideration of applications for the intended position, please reference the solicitation number on your application, and as the subject line in the cover letter, as well as using the address/delivery point specified in this solicitation

All the above-mentioned documents are REQUIRED, must be SIGNED, prepared PER LANGUAGE INDICATED in the SOL, and should be addressed to the Human Resources Office, USAID Guinea/Sierra Leone via this email address –

▪          A copy of the Solicitation listing all duties and responsibilities can be found at USAID  or on the US Embassy website

▪          Form AID 309-2 can be found at:

▪          Due to the number of applications, we receive, only applicants who have been short-listed will be contacted by USAID/Guinea

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