NEWS: We’re hiring! Research & Evaluation Lead (maternity cover)

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Research & Evaluation Lead (maternity cover)

Contract details: 30 hours per week, fixed term until 20th December 2022 (Maternity cover)
Location:
Home based, with some meetings in Sussex. Occasional travel beyond Sussex required.
Salary:
£36,000 – £37,230 pa, pro rata + generous holiday

While the lovely Vicky heads off to create and nurture new life for a few months, we are looking for an experienced manager and researcher who can bring joy and expertise to our team.

We are looking for someone with experience in market research, developing Theory of Change models, social impact measurement planning, and writing engaging and accessible evaluation reports for a range of audiences.

And, of course, you must be down with the daily Wordle chat.

This is initially a maternity cover position, but there is the potential for it to develop into a longer term role in our Research, Evaluation & Design team.

We don’t care what school you went to, if you have a disability, what colour your hair is, your gender, age, ethnicity, sexuality or favourite Spice Girl. We want someone with integrity, who can learn quickly, who cares about what they do and has a brilliant track-record of managing complex projects with different stakeholders, designing and delivering data collection processes and writing clear and compelling analysis for a range of audiences.

Is it you?

Check out the job description for full details >>> Research & Evaluation Lead (maternity) – JD

How to apply:

Please send your LinkedIn profile and/or CV and a video of no more than 5 minutes describing how you meet the essential criteria and would find working with us a mutually valuable experience.

The video does not need to be professionally filmed or edited, and you do not have to appear in it if that causes anxiety. Please find any creative way to show and discuss your eligibility and suitability.

Send links or files to: hireme@alwayspossible.co.uk

 

Timeline:

Application deadline: 11:59pm14th May 2022
Interview date: 19th May 2022
Start date: from 30th May 2022

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