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IPPF occasionally engages the services of consultants for specialist and discreet pieces of work.

Consultants are typically engaged on a short term basis against agreed terms of reference.

Consultants are required to:

  • Have professional indemnity and / or Public Liability Insurance
  • Have appropriate trade / professional membership
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| 29 May 2024

Consultant - Program Design and Development of Program Document for a costed extension of SPRINT IV

IPPF is seeking an experienced proposal writer to support the development of the program design and preparation of the program document for a major multi-country initiative focused on SRH services in emergencies as a costed extension of SPRINT IV program funded by DFAT. The writer will preferably have prior experience in developing program documents of similar nature for DFAT. Prior experience working with IPPF or SRH organisations a distinctive advantage.  The role will be remote and can be based anywhere, but the successful candidate must be flexible to be able to work with team members dispersed in different time zones in the Asia Pacific region. The key tasks are expected to include:   Work with IPPF technical and strategic funding colleagues to develop a set of proposal documents for a costed extension for SPRINT IV, including clear, coherent theory of change and a program design that aligns with both IPPF and donor priorities. Develop a concise proposal narrative, updated theory of change, updated M&E Framework, updated Risk Matrix, updated budget, and any other required documentation as requested by the donor.  Redesign the Outcome 4 of the SPRINT program (focused on Recovery) including the formulation of relevant indicators based on the recommendation in the mid-term review report and consultation meetings with relevant MAs and secretariat staff.  Draw on external best practice to inform program design. Develop concise and compelling narrative description of the program design that allows for flexibility to meet IPPF’s organisational needs while using the framing and language that cater to the donor’s strategic interests.  Work with the IPPF colleagues to ensure all the required documents are in place for the proposal submission and ensure narrative coherence across technical design and all the annexes. The assignment is expected to take a maximum of 20 days spread from June to September 2024. The deadline for submission of the first draft program document is around mid-July. For more details about this position, please download the Terms of Reference (ToR) available below.  Interested individuals should submit the following documents:  your CV a brief summary of your relevant experience your day rate an overview of your availability in the next four months  Submit all required documents along with your CV to : [email protected], with the job position you are applying for as the subject of the email by 9 June 2024. 

jobs_and_opportunities

| 29 May 2024

Consultant - Program Design and Development of Program Document for a costed extension of SPRINT IV

IPPF is seeking an experienced proposal writer to support the development of the program design and preparation of the program document for a major multi-country initiative focused on SRH services in emergencies as a costed extension of SPRINT IV program funded by DFAT. The writer will preferably have prior experience in developing program documents of similar nature for DFAT. Prior experience working with IPPF or SRH organisations a distinctive advantage.  The role will be remote and can be based anywhere, but the successful candidate must be flexible to be able to work with team members dispersed in different time zones in the Asia Pacific region. The key tasks are expected to include:   Work with IPPF technical and strategic funding colleagues to develop a set of proposal documents for a costed extension for SPRINT IV, including clear, coherent theory of change and a program design that aligns with both IPPF and donor priorities. Develop a concise proposal narrative, updated theory of change, updated M&E Framework, updated Risk Matrix, updated budget, and any other required documentation as requested by the donor.  Redesign the Outcome 4 of the SPRINT program (focused on Recovery) including the formulation of relevant indicators based on the recommendation in the mid-term review report and consultation meetings with relevant MAs and secretariat staff.  Draw on external best practice to inform program design. Develop concise and compelling narrative description of the program design that allows for flexibility to meet IPPF’s organisational needs while using the framing and language that cater to the donor’s strategic interests.  Work with the IPPF colleagues to ensure all the required documents are in place for the proposal submission and ensure narrative coherence across technical design and all the annexes. The assignment is expected to take a maximum of 20 days spread from June to September 2024. The deadline for submission of the first draft program document is around mid-July. For more details about this position, please download the Terms of Reference (ToR) available below.  Interested individuals should submit the following documents:  your CV a brief summary of your relevant experience your day rate an overview of your availability in the next four months  Submit all required documents along with your CV to : [email protected], with the job position you are applying for as the subject of the email by 9 June 2024. 

jobs and opportunities

| 29 May 2024

Consultant - Program Design and Development of Program Document for a costed extension of SPRINT IV

IPPF is seeking an experienced proposal writer to support the development of the program design and preparation of the program document for a major multi-country initiative focused on SRH services in emergencies as a costed extension of SPRINT IV program funded by DFAT. The writer will preferably have prior experience in developing program documents of similar nature for DFAT. Prior experience working with IPPF or SRH organisations a distinctive advantage.  The role will be remote and can be based anywhere, but the successful candidate must be flexible to be able to work with team members dispersed in different time zones in the Asia Pacific region. The key tasks are expected to include:   Work with IPPF technical and strategic funding colleagues to develop a set of proposal documents for a costed extension for SPRINT IV, including clear, coherent theory of change and a program design that aligns with both IPPF and donor priorities. Develop a concise proposal narrative, updated theory of change, updated M&E Framework, updated Risk Matrix, updated budget, and any other required documentation as requested by the donor.  Redesign the Outcome 4 of the SPRINT program (focused on Recovery) including the formulation of relevant indicators based on the recommendation in the mid-term review report and consultation meetings with relevant MAs and secretariat staff.  Draw on external best practice to inform program design. Develop concise and compelling narrative description of the program design that allows for flexibility to meet IPPF’s organisational needs while using the framing and language that cater to the donor’s strategic interests.  Work with the IPPF colleagues to ensure all the required documents are in place for the proposal submission and ensure narrative coherence across technical design and all the annexes. The assignment is expected to take a maximum of 20 days spread from June to September 2024. The deadline for submission of the first draft program document is around mid-July. For more details about this position, please download the Terms of Reference (ToR) available below.  Interested individuals should submit the following documents:  your CV a brief summary of your relevant experience your day rate an overview of your availability in the next four months  Submit all required documents along with your CV to : [email protected], with the job position you are applying for as the subject of the email by 9 June 2024. 

jobs_and_opportunities

| 29 May 2024

Consultant - Program Design and Development of Program Document for a costed extension of SPRINT IV

IPPF is seeking an experienced proposal writer to support the development of the program design and preparation of the program document for a major multi-country initiative focused on SRH services in emergencies as a costed extension of SPRINT IV program funded by DFAT. The writer will preferably have prior experience in developing program documents of similar nature for DFAT. Prior experience working with IPPF or SRH organisations a distinctive advantage.  The role will be remote and can be based anywhere, but the successful candidate must be flexible to be able to work with team members dispersed in different time zones in the Asia Pacific region. The key tasks are expected to include:   Work with IPPF technical and strategic funding colleagues to develop a set of proposal documents for a costed extension for SPRINT IV, including clear, coherent theory of change and a program design that aligns with both IPPF and donor priorities. Develop a concise proposal narrative, updated theory of change, updated M&E Framework, updated Risk Matrix, updated budget, and any other required documentation as requested by the donor.  Redesign the Outcome 4 of the SPRINT program (focused on Recovery) including the formulation of relevant indicators based on the recommendation in the mid-term review report and consultation meetings with relevant MAs and secretariat staff.  Draw on external best practice to inform program design. Develop concise and compelling narrative description of the program design that allows for flexibility to meet IPPF’s organisational needs while using the framing and language that cater to the donor’s strategic interests.  Work with the IPPF colleagues to ensure all the required documents are in place for the proposal submission and ensure narrative coherence across technical design and all the annexes. The assignment is expected to take a maximum of 20 days spread from June to September 2024. The deadline for submission of the first draft program document is around mid-July. For more details about this position, please download the Terms of Reference (ToR) available below.  Interested individuals should submit the following documents:  your CV a brief summary of your relevant experience your day rate an overview of your availability in the next four months  Submit all required documents along with your CV to : [email protected], with the job position you are applying for as the subject of the email by 9 June 2024. 

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