About us Working for us Monitoring & Evaluation Lead The Role The post holder will lead on the evaluation and monitoring of the services provided under the Essex Integrated Domestic Abuse Services (EIDAS) contract and other strategically important projects. They will be responsible for developing an evaluation framework, evaluation processes and the evaluation of the impact of our services by undertaking research, data analysis and reporting. £24,342 - £25,136 depending on experience (pro-rata) 22.5 hrs per week For More Information and to Apply https://www.charityjob.co.uk/jobs/next-chapter/monitoring-and-evaluation-lead/647799?tsId=8 About you We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic team member who can support Next Chapter by helping us understand and share the amazing outcomes delivered by our services. You will have experience of using and analysing qualitative and quantitative data including data capture design and methodology, which may include working with focus groups. You will have an eye for detail with an ability to write reports and communicate project outcomes in an interesting and compelling way to enable funders and supporters understand the impact and difference our services make. A friendly, flexible ‘can do’ attitude is essential for this new role, which gives the right individual the opportunity to shape using their initiative to identify areas they can make a difference. About Us We are passionate about ensuring that every person has the opportunity to live their life free from domestic abuse and are seeking an equally committed and passionate woman to join our growing team to lead on the quality and standards of the care and support we deliver to some of the most vulnerable individuals in our area. We work across North and Mid Essex providing free and confidential services to support people who are currently experiencing, or have previously experienced domestic abuse. Our vision is for Life without Domestic Abuse with our mission to provide rapid responses to domestic abuse that increase safety for all victims, enabling them to rebuild their lives & create lasting change. We believe in raising awareness through education, training & partnerships in our community. We take the values of our organisation very seriously - it's the way we set our own expectations about how we work with our service users, partners & each other and how we hold ourselves to account. We strive to create an environment that enables our staff to give their very best every day, because we know how important it is to be supported both personally and professionally, particularly when the work you do can be challenging and emotional. We offer: employer’s contributory pension scheme, 25 days annual leave, rising after 2 years service and a training programme. For an informal discussion of the roles available please contact Beverley or Sally (Community & Partnerships Manager) at Next Chapter Applications should be received no later than 23:59 on the 15th of July 2019 Next Chapter is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. The post will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and is open to women only (*Exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1).