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 Job Title   Posting Date   Organization

Program Evaluation Manager

  11/20/2020   Community Health Improvement Partners
 Job Description        

Provide technical assistance to project partners and staff Provide CHIP organizational support in the coordination and implementation of day-to-day activities, program impact reporting, and other identified special projects Travel to remote locations to support staff and assist with the implementation of program activities Develop and maintain evaluation framework and activities for the ILA and RRA programs Conduct research on successful evaluation models (i.e., Results-Based Accountability) Identify key programmatic outcomes Develop and maintain logic models Develop and maintain data management systems, construct data files, provide training to programmatic staff on data entry process, create and maintain written protocols on data management systems, conduct quality assurance checks on data entry and clean data as necessary Complete reporting requirements required by funder Develop, expand, cultivate, and maintain relationships with subject matter experts

 

 Qualifications        

Experience Minimum of 3 years of experience in program evaluation or research Must be familiar with foundations of program evaluation (i.e., CDC Framework for Program Evaluation in Public Health, the American Evaluation Associationís Guiding Principles for Evaluators) Proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Access; advanced proficiency in Excel Evaluation or research experience in the health or housing sector (preferred) Experience working with community-based organizations and ethnically diverse communities and populations (preferred) Education A Masterís degree in program evaluation, statistics, economics, social science, or related field is required. Skills Team player Ability to meet tight deadlines, as well as exhibit a high level of detail-orientation, organizational, and written and oral communication Knowledge of statistical theory, concepts, techniques, and analyses used in epidemiological, demographic, health and program development and improvement research

 

 Additional Information        

Compensation Range: $45,000-$50,000 (based on experience) Please submit cover letter and resume

 

 Contact   Fax to:   Email Inquiries to:

Sarah Swain

  (858) 609-7998   sswain@sdchip.org

 

 

 
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