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Impact Management and Monitoring Specialist
US International Development Finance Corporation
Washington, DC United States
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Application deadline 08/24/2022
Type of Position Full-time
Education Requirement Bachelor

This position is part of the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC), Office of Development Policy (ODP), Impact Management, Monitoring & Learning (IMML) Division. As an Impact Management and Monitoring Specialist you will assist with identifying, collecting, and analyzing qualitative and quantitative environmental, social, economic, and financial data to assess and document the developmental impact of projects seeking DFC support and those in DFC’s portfolio.

 

Duties:

 

  • Supports the analysis of anticipated development impacts of proposed DFC projects prior to commitment
  • Conducts research on the project country’s socioeconomic context (e.g., income inequality and/or poverty rates, demographic trends, sustainability goals, etc.) to draft and develop clearance documents
  • Evaluates potential developmental impacts of each project, including those impacts on target population, local employment, infrastructure, market, technology/knowledge, innovation, among others
  • Identifies appropriate metrics to capture the potential development impact of each project, following DFC’s Impact Quotient (IQ) methodology and guidelines together with research, and works with DFC’s Senior Impact Management, Monitoring and Learning (IMML) Specialists, origination teams, and project teams to identify corresponding baseline impact metrics and projected future impacts
  • Supports DFC’s teams by coordinating site visits and preparing site visit briefing material
  • Drafts written and oral reports outlining findings and recommendations
  • Assists in maintaining and improving internal DFC database systems to record development impact outcomes