Impact and Evidence Coordinator
The Connection at St Martin-in-the-Fields (CSTM) provides services which help 4500 homeless people each year in London avoid, move away from and stay off the streets. Our direct services span Street Outreach, Advice & Housing, a Day Centre, a Night Centre and an Employment, Education and Training service.
Connection at St. Martins has a shared client database and data sharing agreements with partner agencies across London. It is important that we demonstrate the impact of our work to funders; reflect on learning and "what works" and influence wider policy relating to people with complex needs. Over the past 3 years, we have developed our database and monitoring systems significantly and would like to build the skills and understanding across the staff team to create a culture of continuous improvement.
The charity is developing a new strategy and part of this will include creating an overarching service model, common outcomes a theory of change. From this, we will rebuilt our monitoring systems; redesign reporting including how we demonstrate our impact to the Board, senior managers and funders; train frontline staff; learn how to undertake external evaluations and disseminate learning; input to the research of other organisations and exert greater influence as a sector leader.
The successful applicant will know how to produce high quality evidence of the impact that services can have with people who experience severe and multiple disadvantage. You have a post graduate qualification which includes a major element of social research methodology. You have strong experience of working with complex databases including technical skills. You communicate well with others and can build the skills and confidence in how to generate good evidence. You produce clear, well evidenced and well written reports and can present information to a wide range of audiences.
The post is graded at JNC Scale PO2/3 scale points 35 to 41 currently GBP34,254 - GBP39,885p.a. incl ILW]. Postholders are normally appointed to the bottom of the scale and there are no allowances attached to this post.
Details of the full job description which includes the detailed person specification can be found on our website.
To apply please read and then complete the application form available on CSTM's website ensuring that you have clearly demonstrated how you meet the requirements of the role set out in the person specification. Completed applications should be sent to the email address on the application form with the job title in the subject line.
C.Vs will not be accepted.
Closing date Wednesday 6 September .00am - Late applications will not be considered
Interview Wednesday 13 September 2017
For CSTM, employing a diverse workforce enables us to use a wider range of talents and skills and be more creative and innovative.
We are committed to policies and procedures that are fair, objective, transparent and free from discrimination regardless of age, disability, gender, race, religion and belief, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership, sexual orientation, gender reassignment or offending background. CSTM also welcomes applications from people with lived homelessness experience.
Copies of our Equal Opportunities Policy and Ex-Offenders Policy are available on request.
Due to the volume of applications, we are unable to notify unsuccessful applicants. If you have not been notified of the outcome of your application before the interview date, please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.