£34k per year
020 7820 7320
8 months ago
A leading Children's Health charity based in East London are looking for an Impact and Outcomes Evaluator. This new role reflects the charity's continuing commitment to evidence-based practice across all services. The successful candidate will be appointed to help to ensure that high quality evidence informs and enhances all aspects of service delivery including shaping our theory of change; increasing the knowledge and expertise of front-line staff; measuring outcomes and demonstrating impact; contributing to high quality funding applications.
Harris Hill are seeking a suitable qualified evaluator who has experience of data analysis and writing social evaluation reports you should also enjoy working collaboratively with colleagues across the organisation to ensure the continuous improvement of our delivery.
Analyse data collected by front line staff
Undertake discrete 'snap-shot' surveys using appropriate sampling techniques.
Prepare evaluation and impact reports for internal and external audiences including recommendations for improvements to service delivery.
Design, test and implement new or improved methods of data collection and analysis.
Assist with training and development of front-line staff in respect of data collection; assembling case studies; understanding impact and outcomes.
Prepare internal staff briefing documents that summarise key messages, including but not exclusive to externally conducted evaluations, government and youth sector policy initiatives.
Experience of analysing data, conducting evaluations and producing reports using social research in applied settings, for example, health, education or social care.
Experience of involving children and/or disabled people/and or families in research either as co researchers or as research participants.
Principles underpinning social research.
Relevance and application of qualitative and quantitative methods.
Familiar with and knowledge of the criteria for assessing the quality of published research.
Strengths and limitation of the main approaches used in data collection: telephone surveys; face to face interviews; direct observation; pre and post intervention questionnaires.
Broad understanding of the not-for-profit sector, particularly the UK youth sector.