· University degree (minimum BSc.) in Economics, Agro-economics,
Social-economics sciences or business administration.
A minimum of ten (10) years of relevant professional experience,
out of which five (5) years of relevant Monitoring and Evaluation / Knowledge
Demonstrated track record of having experience with the various
implementation procedures of the EU or other development partners and
organisations for a minimum of one (1) year.
Experience with monitoring mainstreaming gender equality and
women’s empowerment, social inclusion, environmental and nutrition safeguards
in economic development programmes, for at least one (1) year.
Experience with conflict sensitivity monitoring do-no-harm
approaches and moving from post-conflict to development issues for a minimum of
one (1) year.
Experience in the Philippines is considered an asset.