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£45,000 per year
Ensure that the organisations we support place impact at the heart of what they do and that we effectively monitor and evaluate our impact.
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SE10, London
£45,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

The Fair Education Alliance is the UK's largest and most influential education coalition. We are a unique group of over 150 organisations dedicated to ending educational inequality by working together to make progress more quickly.

The Head of Impact and Evaluation is central to ensuring that a) the organisations we support place impact at the heart of what they do and b) that we effectively monitor and evaluate our own impact.

The Fair Education Alliance supports a range of education interventions to pilot, become established and scale through our Innovation Award, Intrapreneurship Award and Scaling Partnerships. Impact is a critical element of our support, from enabling individuals to do the most effective problem research, to embedding an organisational Theory of Change to conducting randomised control trials. This role is crucial for helping our portfolio of organisations, and the leaders developing them, to create and implement effective research and evaluation practices. The role is the FEA’s expert in impact management and as such, will also lead the team’s monitoring and annual evaluations. 

Essential experience, skills and technical competencies:

Technical knowledge

  • Extensive knowledge and experience of evaluation and impact management techniques for measuring social impact including, experience supporting others to develop theories of change and theory based impact evaluations
  • Experience of developing qualitative and quantitative research tools
  • Experience of using and conducting analysis of large datasets
  • Advanced knowledge and use of Microsoft Excel

Managing change and developing others 

  • Experience of working in an advisory capacity to improve impact measurement practice
  • Experience of assessing organisational needs, setting goals and monitoring results against objectives
  • Proven ability to develop objectives with teams and individuals and monitor progress
  • Proven ability to build and manage relationships with senior stakeholders and stakeholders at all other levels, ensuring that its results focused


  • Strong knowledge and experience in making complex information accessible
  • Experience of facilitating workshops and training
  • Strong written and oral communication, experience of writing funder reports and reports of publishable standards
  • Strong relationship management skills and experience building trusted relationships with diverse stakeholders at all levels of seniority

Project and event management

  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects
  • Experience designing and delivering events for peer learning

You should apply for this role via email with the subject line ‘Application - Head of Impact and Evaluation’. Please review the job description on our website.

Your cover note should answer the following questions and be no longer than two A4 pages:

  • Why do you want to be part of the Fair Education Alliance Secretariat team?
  • What skills and experience make you an excellent fit for the Head of Impact and Evaluation?
  • What is a key lesson you have learned through supporting organisations with their impact and evaluation strategies and implementation?

Successful candidates will be notified by end of day on Friday, 3rd January. First round interviews will be held on Wednesday, 8th January, and second round interviews will be held on Friday, 17th January. 

We aim to provide feedback to all applicants within 10 working days from the closing date.

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Posted on: 05 December 2019
Closing date: 01 January 2020
Job ref: FEA
Tags: Policy/Research,Business Development
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