Terms of Reference: evaluation consultant, diets and climate change project

Key Information

We are seeking an evaluation consultant for a short consultancy to support us in establishing a monitoring, evaluation and learning framework for our campaign to halve supermarket meat and dairy sales.

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About the job

We are seeking an evaluation consultant to support us in establishing a monitoring, evaluation and learning framework for our campaign to halve supermarket meat and dairy sales. Feedback is an environmental campaign group that works to regenerate nature by transforming the food system. Founded in London in 2010, we work on a number of food systems issues, including land use, bio-energy, food waste (in particular in the supply chain and on farms), sustainable diets containing less meat and dairy, and community engagement and empowerment projects.

Feedbacks’ programme of work on less and better meat and dairy in supermarkets, currently funded by the Oak Foundation and originally launched in 2019 aims to tackle the root causes of normalised over-consumption of meat and dairy in the UK. In doing so, Feedback aims to demonstrate the power of retailers across the supply chain and their influence on consumer choices, and frame them as actors with considerable responsibility in bringing about sustainable diets.

We are seeking an External Evaluator to work with us to create the framework for a utilisation-focused evaluation (UFE) of this programme of work to determine how this project reaches its objectives.

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How to apply

We are looking for a consultant who has experience applying a range of evaluation and learning methods to real-world projects, including campaigns work. Ideally, the candidate would also have experience of work to change food systems, and experience and understanding of taking account of diversity, equity and inclusion considerations in an evaluation process.

Please submit a proposal covering:

  • A brief CV / summary of your relevant experience. (2 pages max)
  • A cover letter or proposal outlining how you would approach this work, what experience or resources you would draw on, and what you envisage the key challenges would be. Please include your availability to deliver this work. (2 pages max)
  • An itemised budget including your time and any additional costs.

The deadline to submit is 12 May 2021 at 5pm.

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