We encourage applications from trans, gender diverse and intersex people, Black, indigenous and Latinx people and people of color, D/deaf and disabled people, people from a migrant background, and sex workers.
|Application Deadline:||15 September, 11 pm EST|
|Location:||Home-based / Remote|
Over the past five years, GATE implemented an extensive project of work focused on advancing trans, gender diverse and intersex depathologization. Activities included monitoring international developments, elaborating expert and advocacy interventions, building activists’ capacity and strengthening working relationships with relevant stakeholders. At this moment, GATE is seeking a consultant(s) to evaluate the project with the objectives of reporting to donors, measure its impact and identify key outcomes, challenges and lessons learned.
Scope of work and timeline
The consultant will:
Prepare an evaluation inception report and work plan: The consultant will prepare and submit a work plan that describes how the evaluation will be carried out and the timetable for each activity. The work plan should address the followings:
- Overview of expectations
- Roles and responsibilities
- Evaluation methodology
- Evaluation framework
- Data collection and analysis
Produce a Draft evaluation report: The consultant will prepare and submit a Draft evaluation report by December 5, 2021, to be reviewed by GATE’s staff in the following three days and sent back to the Consultant/s.
Produce a Final evaluation report: The consultant will integrate relevant suggestions provided by GATE’s staff and submit the Final evaluation report to be submitted by December 15, 2021.
Candidates must have:
- Proven expertise and experience in conducting project evaluations, and a proven record of delivering professional results.
- Proven expertise and experience in using qualitative methodologies, including Most Significant Change and Narrative Synthesis.
- Excellent communication skills in English; additional languages (especially Spanish and/or Russian) are an asset.
- Proven record of working with diverse communities, including trans, gender diverse and intersex activists from different regions.
- Specific knowledge on trans, gender diverse and intersex issues, and/or depathologization will be considered a key asset.
The consultancy will be implemented between October 30 and December 15.
Interested candidates are requested the following information via email:
- A letter of interest.
- Financial Proposal.
- Curriculum Vitae, including name and contact details of two references.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject line: Surname – Evaluation Consultancy (e.g. Smith – Evaluation Consultancy)
GATE is an international organization and registered not-for-profit with its main offices in New York, USA. GATE campaigns globally for trans, gender diverse and intersex equality, empowering and giving voice to communities to politically mobilize on issues of gender identity, sex characteristics and bodily diversity. GATE’s programmatic work is organized around four areas: depathologization and legal reform, transgender issues in the international HIV response, movement building and development, and United Nations processes. We provide our communities with support and technical capacity, produce, and share critical knowledge, advocate for increased and more accessible funding for community-led efforts, monitor key international processes, and facilitate community activists’ engagement with these processes. We are committed to being fully accountable to our communities and to supporting activists’ development and wellbeing.