|Location:||Work from home|
|Salary:||£26,000 to £30,000 (plus WFH, Annual Leave, Pension)|
|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Placed On:||19th January 2023|
|Closes:||28th February 2023|
Evaluation Officer - SEER (Specialist Evidence, Evaluation and Research) Service
Are you looking for an exciting new challenge in 2023?
Following unprecedented growth, we are looking for additional staff to help deliver on evaluation commitments as part of our SEER service. We are looking for a competent evaluation enthusiast who enjoys helping to develop and delivering a mix of evaluation measures to build evidence bases for practice development. You will love all things data and be capable and experienced in applying a range of evaluation methodologies and working with multiple datasets, including quantitative and qualitative data. This exciting role requires you to apply your expertise to delivering appropriate evaluation methods for different projects. You will need strong communication and report writing skills, and the ability to effectively present findings to a range of audiences. This role brings excellent opportunities for career development.
Location: Flexible (WFH, some travel will be necessary)
Reports to: Head of SEER
Applied Inspiration delivers support and services to higher education providers in the areas of access and participation, outreach, student success, and careers. We are home of “SEER” – the Specialist Evidence, Evaluation and Research collaborative service – supporting providers to effectively evaluate, research and understand the impact of their work on equality of opportunity.
SEER is a collaborative service for smaller, specialist higher education providers. SEER launched in November 2019, in partnership with Independent HE and with 3 founding provider partners. We now have a rapidly growing membership, currently at 19 members. We are committed to developing, supporting, producing, and disseminating high-quality data, monitoring, evaluation and research practices in access and participation. Over time, SEER will become an influential hub of knowledge and insights into effective practice, context and outcomes in access and participation particularly for small, specialist and new providers. This work will inform the sector, regulator, practitioners and policy makers.
Calling all Evaluation Enthusiasts!
SEER requires additional staff to deliver our interesting range of evaluation projects across our diverse member base. This is an exciting, challenging opportunity to be part of the team responsible for delivering evaluation work in SEER as well as supporting research and evaluation across other projects. You will have a firm belief in the value of data-driven, evidence-based policy and practice and a clear understanding of how to develop and deliver evaluation measures. The role requires experience delivering robust evaluation, ideally in fair access and participation in higher education. Expertise and experience with qualitative and quantitative research and evaluation methods is also required, along with experience of data collection, collation, analysis, reporting and presentation.
Working flexibly in a fast-paced dynamic environment, you will be a capable, thoughtful, and results-focused team-player.
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