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Teach First

Teach First is an independent charity working to address one of the UK’s most damaging social issues – educational disadvantage. We recruit exceptional graduates and experienced professionals into ...


London, United Kingdom

16 Apr 2014

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Compensation details:
£35,180, increasing to £38,750 on successful completion of the 6 month probationary period

Employer tags:
Public Policy
Social Enterprise
Esc Factor:
Social Impact
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Senior Data and Impact Officer

Data and impact professional wanted to support growing social enterprises

London, United Kingdom

Applicants are required to hold the relevant Visas/Work Permits

Compensation details:
£35,180, increasing to £38,750 on successful completion of the 6 month probationary period

Job Type:
Mid Level
Escape Factors:
Social Impact
Business Development
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How much you achieve in life should not be determined by how much your parents earn. Yet in the UK, it too often is. We believe in the power of education to change this.

We’re looking for a dedicated analysis and impact expert, with a passion for addressing educational disadvantage, to advise our partner social enterprises on how they can measure, evaluate and increase their impact.

This role will connect the valuable work of the Research, Evaluation & Impact team with the critical relationship management work of the Teach First Innovation Unit. Working closely with the Manager of Evaluation & Impact and the Innovation Unit, you’ll use your understanding of evaluation and impact methods to advise new and existing social enterprises to ensure they are increasing their scale and impact as rapidly as possible.

You’ll do this by supporting them to set build and implement robust impact measurement systems based on their ambitious targets and ensure they are narrowing the gaps outlined in the 2022 Impact Goals. You’ll also work to support a collective impact between social enterprises by identifying areas where they can work together, coordinate their activities and replicate best practice.

Ideally the successful candidate should have experience of working in depth with school data, both at an individual and national level, and be at ease understanding and translating what the data is saying. You’ll be comfortable with large datasets and thrive on reaching tangible goals. We’re looking for someone with excellent communication and relationship management skills.

This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious individual to work closely with passionate social enterprises as they work towards a future where no child’s educational success is limited by their socio-economic background.

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