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London, Greater London
£190.00 - £200.00 per day
Contract, Part-time
Job description

Assignment: The Abbey Community Association is looking for a consultant to carry out an end-project monitoring and evaluation exercise and a final report for its National Lottery Community funded project called Women off to Work (WoW), to assess the impact of its interventions among disadvantaged communities, especially women who have been experiencing multiple barriers to employment in Westminster since August 2017. The project is expected to continue till 30th November 2020.

Contract Type: Fixed; short-term

Duration: 20 working days/150 hours (London) over a period of 3 months starting August 2020. The project runs through till 30th November 2020 and the consultant will be expected to provide a final report by the last week of November 2020. This is subject to change based on the current COVID-19 lockdown and constraints.

About Abbey Community Association:

The Abbey Community Association is a registered charity located in the heart of Westminster. The Abbey Community Association is a charity established in 1948, which supports the communities of south Westminster to improve their quality of life. Our focus is the households with priority needs living in the wards of Churchill, Tachbrook, Vincent Square, Warwick and St James. The south of Westminster is characterised by households living in concentrated areas of acute deprivation in close proximity to some of the wealthiest households in the UK. This diversity presents unique challenges for our communities, expressed in perceptions of low community cohesion and access to affordable food, services and housing. We work in partnership with organisations that share our ethics, values and passion for social justice to promote improved health and wellbeing for local vulnerable residents and families; and to increase inter-community and generational understanding and connections.

The charity has been based in and manages the Abbey Centre since 1991, located in the heart of historic Westminster, as a vibrant community hub buzzing with diverse activities and services. The Centre’s five-storey building is managed as a social enterprise, providing conference and training venues to corporate clients, with a friendly in-house café and catering service to generate funds to support our charitable work.

Women off to Work (WoW):

WoW has entered its third and final year of activities with a completion date set for 30th November 2020. The project has worked with over 350 clients (mainly women and a limited number of men) and over the course of 30 months to provide a wide range of support including:

  • Information advice and guidance
  • Support into education and training to gain accreditation/certification
  • Support into volunteering, placements, paid employment and self-employment
  • Extra-curricular activities for physical and mental well-being
  • Signposting and referral to other services to improve their health and well-being

Role of Consultant:

The consultant will be to carry out a full evaluation of the project; the consultant will determine the impact it has had on: the lives of clients, staff, the Abbey Centre & its relationship with partner organisations, neighbouring bodies such as organisations worked with, a comprehensive overview of the successes and challenges.

The consultant will explore and propose appropriate methods to evaluate the work done at WoW – this includes developing a framework methodology, working with available data, ascertaining their appropriateness to the study and strategically working in a resource-stretched environment. The consultant is expected to be mindful of the need to filter large volumes of data and be able to methodically work with indicators that will ensure a report of excellent quality is produced within the timeframe provided.

The consultant in principle will:

  • Design and develop an assessment plan and tools in line with the project manager and senior management at the Abbey Centre to carry out the overall study
  • Be literate to generate qualitative and quantitative data from Upshot or be willing to learn the CRM system before the evaluation starts – approximately 4 hour-training provided
  • Work closely with the WoW delivery team to generate appropriate data and collection methods to assist in the evaluation; this includes the collection of case studies
  • Submit final report (includes photographs, charts and other documentation)

The overall evaluation criteria for this role will be weighted as follows:

Academic qualification: 10%

Experience: 20%

Proposed methodology: 60%

Price: 5%

Test: 5%

Only those who score over 70% will be invited to the interview stage.

For further details of the assignment and where to send them to: click on the attachments to apply.

Please note: Candidates must have the existing right to live and work in the UK for this position.

Additional documents
Application and deliverables document (.docx)
Full TOR Consultant (.pdf)
Posted on: 03 June 2020
Closing date: 15 July 2020
Tags: Policy/Research,Operations
Job closes in 6 days
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