Senior Social Justice Program Evaluator
About Strength in Numbers
Strength in Numbers is a small LGBTQ-led research and evaluation firm founded in 2010. We do community-based evaluation, research projects, and philanthropic strategy. We pride ourselves on providing excellent mentorship, quality of life, and stable and predictable working hours for all staff at all levels. Our practice includes collaborations with a wide variety of historically excluded groups, particularly those with intersecting experiences of oppression (e.g., low-income youth of color, young children and ethnic minorities in the developing world, transgender people sex workers).
About the Role – Senior Social Justice Program Evaluator
We are looking for a driven, entrepreneurial, passionate, and rigorous professional to join our collaborative and growing team. You will drive program evaluation projects for clients, manage complex client and stakeholder interactions, mentor and support other team members in evaluation design and data collection, and ensure the excellence of all client deliverables.
This role is designed to work with senior management to oversee discrete program evaluation projects across the life cycle of programs (needs assessment/formative evaluation, fidelity and process evaluation and outcome evaluation). The Senior Program Evaluator will work collaboratively with the Senior Statistician, supervise 2-3 staff and/or interns, and act as a resource on evaluation design and data collection to other members of the Strength in Numbers Team.
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Individuals who apply by Wednesday, November 15, will be given priority; therefore, we encourage you to submit yours soon!
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