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The Independent Evaluation Unit (IEU) of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is responsible for leading, planning, coordinating and undertaking evaluations of UNODC programmes and projects in support to lesson learning and accountability.
IEU has a continuing programme of evaluations for which suitable evaluation consultants are sought. Qualified evaluators worldwide who are available for short-term assignments can express their interest in providing their international expertise, preferably in at least one of UNODC's work topics: alternative development, corruption, drug prevention, treatment and care, HIV and AIDS, human trafficking and migrant smuggling, criminal justice, prison reform and crime prevention, money laundering, organized crime, piracy and/or terrorism prevention. The applications received will be reviewed and placed in the IEU Evaluation Consultants Roster.
Given the high number of applications sent on a daily basis, only qualified, shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Evaluators shall ensure that they are not unduly influenced by the views or statements of any party.
Evaluators shall operate in an impartial and unbiased manner at all stages of the evaluation.
Evaluation managers and evaluators shall endeavour to ensure that each evaluation is accurate, relevant, and timely and provides a clear, concise and balanced presentation of the evidence, findings, issues, conclusions and recommendations.
4. Conflict of Interest
Conflicts of interest shall be avoided as far as possible so that the credibility of the evaluation process and product shall not be undermined.
5. Honesty and Integrity
Evaluators shall accurately represent their level of skills and knowledge and work only within the limits of their professional training and abilities in evaluation, declining assignments for which they do not have the skills and experience to successfully complete.
Evaluators are accountable for the completion of the evaluation as agreed with the Client.