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Motability
Harlow, Essex
£40,000 per year
We're recruiting 2 Evaluation Specialists to help us monitor and evaluate the impact we're having on the lives of disabled people.

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Harlow, Essex
£40,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Motability is a national charity which aims to enhance the lives of disabled people by improving their personal mobility. We help people to enjoy the freedom and independence to work, to learn, to get to appointments and to see family and friends. We provide a range of grants to help people with a range of disabilities and we oversee the Motability Scheme, through which some disabled people can use enhanced mobility benefits to lease a car, scooter or powered wheelchair. This is an exciting time for Motability. At a time of huge growth and of new opportunities, we want to make faster progress to realise our vision to ensure that no disabled person should be disadvantaged due to poor access to transportation.

We want to ensure that we are consistently monitoring and evaluating our work to demonstrate that our programmes are being implemented as designed, and achieving planned results (at output and outcome level) and targets. We want to use the findings from our monitoring to inform programme adaptations during implementation to course correct where required. We want our evaluations to inform our decisions about future of our existing programmes as well as other investments we need to make so that they are aligned to the mobility needs of disabled people. This will help us to better target and use our valuable resources and maximise the impact that we are having on the lives of disabled people by improving their personal mobility.

Purpose of the role

Our experience shows that being mobile helps disabled people to participate in work, to continue in education, to live independently, attend events and appointments as well as see friends and family. However we need to be able to evaluate our work and generate evidence that demonstrates how our work is having this impact as well as to capture other effects that our interventions may be having (positive or negative, direct or indirect). We also need to be able to identify what is and is not working that may be affecting the success of our work. Going forward we will also be undertaking cost benefit analysis of our programmes and developing a methodology to assess the anticipated and actual Social Return on Investment.

Key responsibilities

  • Lead on design and implementation of evaluations that assess organisational and specific programme/project level relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability and financial, social and economic impact.
  • Lead on design and implementation of a monitoring system capable of regularly reporting results for all programmes at output and outcome level. This may be in the form of a database which would be used to develop a dashboard capable of showing programme performance as well as organisational performance.
  • Support the development of Motability’s Annual Impact Report
  • Build capacity: Work with programme teams to support the development of programme/project specific monitoring and evaluation plans, Theories of Change and results frameworks which will then be used for evaluation purposes. This will involve building capacity of the programme teams, and working with other charities and organisations who are recipients of Motability Special Grants.
  • Based on an agreed charity-wide annual evaluation plan, develop terms of reference for various evaluations, in consultation with programme/project teams, with clear purpose, objectives and evaluation questions, approach, methodology, resource requirements and work plan.
  • Design evaluation approaches and methodologies, data collection instruments and analytical frameworks.
  • Lead on tender processes where evaluations or components of them are to be outsourced, and manage delivery ensuring the work is delivered according to agreed timelines and meets user needs.
  • Undertake and oversee design, collection and cleaning of data ready for analysis.
  • Undertake analysis of the collected data to respond to the evaluation questions and criteria.
  • Lead on writing of evaluation reports ensuring they are of high quality and suitable for target audiences.
  • Present findings to internal/external audiences.

Profile:

Technical skills, knowledge and experience

  1. Experience of monitoring and evaluating interventions with focus on undertaking process evaluations, measuring impact, calculating cost/benefit analysis and Social Return on Investments
  2. Experience of working closely with project/programme teams to develop theories of change, results frameworks and monitoring and evaluation plans including designing output and outcome level indicators and evaluation frameworks.
  3. Relevant qualification in an analytical discipline such as economics, statistics or social sciences, or evidence of professional experience in the area of evaluations.
  4. Ability to design and implement programme and organisational level evaluations and monitoring systems. This includes:
  • Being highly experienced in developing evaluation terms of reference working closely with programme teams.
  • Selecting best fit evaluation methodologies according to purpose and objective of the evaluation.
  • Designing data collection instruments and analytical framework.
  • Familiarity with handling data protection protocols, ensuring data security and ethical considerations.
  • Undertaking analysis and reporting.
  • Where required managing and commissioning other agencies for data collection/analysis and specific aspects of an evaluation.
  1. Highly experienced in report writing.
  2. Highly IT literate with extensive experience of using Microsoft Office applications, and statistical and other qualitative software packages.
  3. Understanding of disability, mobility and accessible design issues is desirable and the willingness to learn and apply evaluation design to this sector is essential.

Management and Coordination

  1. Ability to collaborate and build effective working relationships with programme and project leads and other teams across the charity, helping others to recognise and embrace the benefits of evaluation activity.
  2. Highly experienced to lead and manage on design and delivery of monitoring and evaluations using appropriate approaches and methodologies.
  3. Highly experienced in coordinating across multiple teams, agencies and stakeholders and simultaneously deliver multiple evaluations, within agreed timelines.
  4. Exceptional written and oral skills, including the ability to present complex information in simplified form for non-technical audiences.
  5. Ability to work remotely, within a team and independently.

Key reporting and interfaces

Reports to Head of Impact and Evaluation.

The post-holder will be privy to and responsible for highly sensitive information and will be expected to exercise complete confidentiality.

He or she will work in close coordination with key managers and staff within the organisation as well as with external agencies, including organisations holding grants from Motability and research organisations.

We welcome applicants from all backgrounds, especially those with lived experience of disability or a long-term health condition.

Although initially based at home, the selected candidate will be expected to come to the office a minimum of 2-3 times per week as Covid-19 restrictions begin to ease. 

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We believe that our people are vital to the continuing success of Motability. We offer rewarding careers across a range of areas, with support ... Read more

Posted on: 09 April 2021
Closing date: 26 April 2021
Tags: Policy/Research

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