RECRUITER OFF-CENTRE PRODUCTIONS
INDUSTRY ARTS & HERITAGE, EDUCATION, CHARITIES, MEDIA
FUNCTION MONITORING, INSIGHT & LEARNING, RESEARCH
LEVEL EXPERIENCED (NON-MANAGER)
CONTRACT FREELANCE CONSULTANCY
Evaluation Consultant (Paint the Change)
We are a London-based news and production company with a portfolio of projects that promote freedom of expression, human rights and social justice. Over the next two years, with partners in Greece and Serbia, we will be delivering a project to engage young, difficult to reach audiences with street art and promote diversity, inclusion and tolerance. The project will develop a curriculum as well as produce a set of prominent street art pieces as well as a documentary film.
The Evaluation Consultant (Paint the Change) will design the monitoring and evaluation methodology for this project, ensure relevant data gathering tools are deployed to produce robust data and enable high quality analysis. They will report to the Project Manager and work closely with colleagues delivering the project in London, Athens and Belgrade.
Working with the project team members in London, Belgrade and Athens, flesh out the outcomes from the project’s logical framework, and design monitoring & evaluation methodology and plan.
Design data gathering tools and systems and, as appropriate, develop clear written questionnaire and interview topic guides and outcomes / data recording frameworks for team members who may be involved in primary data gathering.
Working with the project team ensure data is managed in a way that meets regulatory requirements and enables robust reporting.
Collate and analyse data, write up reports to inform further improvements to the curriculum and programme activities, and support project reporting and business development.
Essential skills and attributes
Strong knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research methods, and ability to apply them.
Experience of evaluation methodology, such as theory of change, logic models, evaluation frameworks etc.
Proven track record of undertaking research which has informed practice development.
Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills.
Eligibility to work in the UK.
Desirable skills and attributes
Experience in the youth or education sectors.
Experience of cross-border collaborations and ability to work across cultures.
Experience of using high quality research and evidence to help shape campaigns/influencing work.
Please send your CV and a short letter explaining how you meet this role to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to submit a proposal of how they would deliver this consultancy.