If you are interested in Non-Profit work from home, we located an awesome opportunity with a company called Provide. Now this NPO does require some travel for observations and training. Check out the details below.
Program Evaluation Manager
Provide seeks a grounded, attentive, and independent professional to support the evaluation needs of a growing remote nonprofit organization seeking to strengthen the role of primary and social service providers in women's access to abortion. As the Program Evaluation Manager, this individual is directly responsible for implementing evaluations of ongoing programs, special projects, and internal departments, ensuring that strategic and systematic learning is seamlessly implemented 'on-the-ground' via our staff and partnering health and social service sites.
Founded in 1992, Provide is a national and growing remote-based organization working to strengthen the role of primary and social service providers in women's access to abortion.We envision a healthcare system where women can access abortion care without judgment, misinformation, or stigma, and where workers are given the tools and support to offer the best care to their clients. Our largest initiative, our Referrals Program, focuses on training and supporting health and social service workers from safety net systems including Domestic Violence, HIV, substance use, family planning, and primary care.
This is a full time (40 hr/week) remote work position based in the Southeastern United States. Travel for staff is required for organizational meetings and this position also requires some travel for observations and trainings as needed. This position reports to the Director of Program Evaluation.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Evaluation Design – 20%
Support the development of evaluation plans to answer relevant "Process," "Impact," and "Insight" evaluation questions for each evaluation project, with guidance from the Director for Program Evaluation and in collaboration with Provide's Evaluation Cluster.
Draft effective, efficient evaluation instruments (including surveys and interview guides) to gather the data needed to answer the evaluation questions in each plan.
Assist with the design and adjustment of data collection processes.
Project Coordination – 65%
Coordinate collection and verification of all data elements needed to carry out active evaluation plans, ensuring that data is prepared for analysis in advance of report deadlines.
Independently carry out data analysis, including coding of qualitative data for thematic analyses and summaries/charts of quantitative data needed to address evaluation questions.
Draft evaluation reports for designated evaluations.
Facilitate and train staff in evaluation processes, including Provide staff and staff at study sites.
Attend state team calls to share and gather evaluation information.
Conduct interviews and focus groups.
Maintain complete records of key evaluation definitions, coding decisions, and methods.
Perform additional team responsibilities – 15%
Attend team, division, and staff-wide meetings regularly and with enthusiasm.
Represent Provide at conferences and coalition meetings as requested.
Participate in fundraising, visibility events, board meetings, and other program activities as requested.
Skills and Qualifications
6-8 years of relevant experience, with an emphasis on experience coordinating community-level projects in a nonprofit context; some experience with program evaluation in a community setting preferred.
Confident moving between program evaluation concepts and program implementation work, ensuring excellence in the former while reflecting day-to-day reality of the latter.
Proven talent in developing strong working relationships with colleagues/partners with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and training.
Ability to accomplish detailed tasks efficiently and consistently.
Proficient in using technology as a management reporting tool and experience working with information technology staff to develop and implement program evaluation systems.
Strong interpersonal and presentation skills.
Deep respect for workers and the organizational norms that facilitate their participation in a productive work culture (clear goals, roles, communications, and processes).
Appetite for innovation and experimentation.
Ability to translate technical language and ideas into language easily comprehensible to non-specialists.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Proven ability to work with efficiency, flexibility, and good humor with a diverse team.
Passion and commitment for Provide's mission.
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