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Consultant - Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL)Specialist, USAID Thailand CTIP

Employee Type: Consultant 

Project: USAID Thailand CTIP

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Length of Assignment: October 1, 2019 – January 21, 2020 (16 weeks)




Winrock International is a nonprofit organization that works with people in the United States and around the world to empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity, and sustain natural resources. Winrock’s five-year Thailand Counter Trafficking-in-Persons Project, funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID Thailand CTIP) has goals to reduce trafficking in persons in Thailand and to better protect rights of trafficked persons.


As a source, transit, and destination country, Thailand faces multiple manifestations of trafficking in persons (TIP), including forced labor. These are fueled by growth and demand for low-skilled labor in sectors such as agriculture and fishing, construction, and food processing. According to the 2016 US Department of State report on trafficking in persons (TIP report) Thailand has 3-4 million migrant workers, many of whom arrived undocumented from neighboring countries to find better paying jobs. More than 53% of unskilled migrant workers are youth. Large populations of ethnic minorities, highland persons, children from rural areas, stateless persons, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) individuals are also at increased risk for trafficking and exploitation due to difficulties they face resulting from discrimination. Forced labor is reported in many sectors, but the number of victims identified remains low because of inadequate screening, combined with hard-to-reach sectors where many migrants work and a lack of self-reporting.



To better support USAID Thailand CTIP’s efforts to strengthen protection systems and identification of trafficked persons in Thailand, a Consultant is being hired for a sixteen-week period. USAID Thailand CTIP needs a skilled Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Specialist to play a key role in preparing the Thailand CTIP project for the upcoming Data Quality Assessment (DQA) occurring this Fall by developing a MEL plan including new indicators, changes in indicator reference, program indicators, and baselines.



This is a fulltime consultancy with a 40-hour work week. The consultancy will last for 16 weeks beginning October 1, 2019. To monitor the advancement of the consultancy, there will be weekly status check-ins with the Chief of Party to document progress and discuss potential challenges/findings with research.



•           Local travel (to Trad, Sae Kaeo, Chiang Rai, Phuket and Surat Thani) may be required.

•           Any necessary trips must be approved in advance and in writing by USAID Thailand CTIP  Chief of Party.

•           Airline tickets and accommodation will be managed and paid by USAID Thailand CTIP.

•           Other related travel expenses (Per Diem and land transport) will be paid separately through USAID Thailand CTIP and will be reimbursed as per Winrock Thailand Travel Policy upon submission of the travel claim form and supporting documents.



  • Play a key role in preparation for the upcoming USAID DQA.
  • Develop and prepare relevant information needed for the successful completion of the USAID DQA including an updated MEL plan, new indicators and any change in PIRS.
  • Feedback into the PIRS and make changes where necessary and in line with Winrock staff in Thailand.
  • Manage a rigorous approach to monitoring and evaluation, including systems for monitoring performance toward specific goals and objectives
  • Coordinate closely with USAID and the regional, Winrock-implemented USAID Asia CTIP program to link project data, research, and learning for both projects
  • Design and implement a Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Plan, including selection and tracking of specific indicators, developing strategies for data collection and regular reporting on approved indicators
  • Design and help implement a Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting (CLA) approach in close collaboration with other TCTIP staff and the Asia CTIP program
  • Develop strategies and instruments for data collection, data quality monitoring, analysis, and regular reporting on approved indicators
  • Validate data from program partners and staff, including through field monitoring visits
  • Build the capacity of project staff and implementing partners in monitoring and evaluation, including a clear understanding of the results framework and its definitions.
  • Identify, document and share learnings acquired as a result of M&E to inform program planning
  • Contribute extensively to quarterly and annual reports, ensuring reporting requirements per USAID obligations under the Government Performance and Results act (GRPA)
  • Help set target numbers from the Baseline report to better report on the indicators.
  • Help create other Baseline tools to capture all the indicators once finalized.
  • Other duties as assigned



  • Thailand CTIP MEL plan finalized, including new indicators, and any changes in the PIRS or body of the MEL plan as needed and discussed
  • Completed Annual and Quarterly reports on MEL
  • Finalized program indicators as discussed with Winrock
  • Indicator targets set as per baseline
  • Monitoring tools as laid out in the MEL plan developed and implemented
  • Implement indicator tracking system for streamlined reporting




Advanced degree in economics, business, international relations, social science, political science, or related field, or a combination of Bachelor’s degree with practical training and experience. Specialized training in monitoring and evaluation preferred.


  • Minimum five (5) years’ professional experience managing monitoring and evaluation in democracy, human rights, governance programming in Asia (Thailand preferred)
  • Demonstrated ability in data analysis, project monitoring and evaluation
  • Experience in monitoring complex and hard to identify populations such as trafficked persons
  • Experience developing results frameworks, logical frameworks, or similar tools
  • Demonstrated experience in indicator development, study design, and data analysis, with particular focus on democracy, governance, and human rights programs
  • Knowledge of USAID M&E requirements preferred
  • Experience participating in a USAID DQA preferred


  • Must be professionally proficient and fluent in written and spoken English
  • Proficiency in word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software
  • Familiarity with database and statistical applications such as SPSS, SAS or STATA
  • Readiness to travel frequently



Applicants should send the following documents referencing “MEL Consultant” in the subject line to by 24 September 2019.

  • Cover letter
  • Current resume with 3 reference contacts
  • Proposed daily consultancy rate (Travel cost will be covered by Winrock International)  



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