Call for External Experts

The External quality expert of the QA-SURE project will:

The quality expert will provide two independent  evaluation reports developed following the project requirements for an external and independent review.  Prepare and submit an Interim evaluation report before December 2024 and a quality report regarding Assessment of activities and evaluations of the performance of process, before November 2025. The pivotal elements of the report should include results about the efficiency (summative purposes); effectiveness (operational purposes); quality (excellence purposes) and sustainability (after the project end).

Requirements for the call

The External quality expert of the QA-SURE project will:

  • Monitor and evaluate the quality of implementation of activities and objectives and inform the Coordinator and the Consortium on warning signs, deviations and provide recommendations for improving the implementation;
  • Monitor and evaluate the quality of the deliverables according to the indicators specified on the Logical Framework of the project;
  • During the visit, participate in meetings with the Project Management Board (PMB) and Project Quality Assurance Board (PQAB) members. Any additional communications or meetings can be conducted via online platforms.
  • provide guidelines and recommendations for the improvement of the quality of the deliverables, applicable during and beyond project end date;
  • Plan and apply the necessary corrective actions if any deviation on project outcomes has been identified
  • Prepare and submit to the coordinator of the project Interim evaluation report and recommendations before December 2024
  • Prepare and submit the Final Evaluation Report before November 2025

Proposed plan

  • Introduction  – a few paragraphs with generic statements about each institute
  • Description of the evaluation – This will explain the processes of the evaluation and its intended aims and objectives
  • Purpose of the evaluation – A few paragraphs explaining the purpose of the evaluation, which includes how the project fulfills the requirements outlined in the Erasmus + project application
  • Evaluation methodology – This will explain the methodology used.
  • Challenges encountered during the evaluation  – These will be a summary of challenges that have been meet.
  • Findings  – Findings will be drawn from evidence obtained from the various sources.
  • Discussion – the findings will form the basis for the discussion, which will cover all aspects of the project as outlined in the work-packages. The discussion will bring together related themes from the findings.
  • Conclusions – Conclusions will be based on a summary of the findings in conjunction with any relevant wider issues that impact on the projects successful completion.
  • Recommendations – These will be based on the finding and summarized as a separate section.
  • Lessons Learnt – These will be based on the finding and summarized as a separate section.
  • Annexes – These will comprise any documents that assists in the reading of the report.

Required criteria:

  • Holds a university degree (a PhD title will constitute an advantage);
  • A minimum of 3 years of experience in coordination/ management of EU funded projects. (Knowledge of Erasmus + CBHE projects guidelines and experience with this program is preferable);
  • Possess advanced writing, research and analytical skills;
  • Fluency in oral and written English;
  • Able to work both independently and in close collaboration with the Coordinator and partners of the project;
  • Excellent organizational, analytical, interpersonal, and proactive problem-solving skills;
  • Preference will be given to candidates with international experience, ideally from diverse geographical contexts.

Application Rules:

Please submit your Expression of Interest and CV (all in English) by 24 May  2024 by 16:00 Central European Time via e-mail to and

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