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Volunteer Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager

The Transforming Autism Project


Posted over 30 days ago...

Do you love data and the story it can tell? We're looking for a part-time, volunteer data analyst to join the Transforming Autism Project team. 


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Feltham, TW13 5AN

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Expires at anytime

What will you be doing?

The post holder will fulfil the activities outlined below:

Develop theories of change, Impact Vision and MEL frameworks for existing and newly designed programmes, in collaboration with the relevant members of the TAR team (from therapists to core leadership).  Develop data collection tools and embed data collection processes within programme delivery. Collaborate with IT to establish the data collection software used at TAP , is used at its full potential and that teams have access to support and training when needed.  Oversee data collection processes and control for quality. Oversee data analysis processes and control for quality. • Produce timely and regular monthly reports on agreed key metric. Share learning and insights from the data with CEO, trustees and Volunteers. Ensure that the fundraising team and programme managers have access to the relevant data for reporting purposes. • Build the MEL capacities of team members when and as required.  Deliver training and capacity building to team members about basic MEL concepts (e.g. explaining the importance of MEL, developing a theory of change, etc.)

What are we looking for?


Experience in qualitative and quantitative social research.  Experience using a variety of MEL methods, tools, processes, and systems.  Advanced computer literacy in Word, Excel and PowerPoint as well as data collection, analysis and presentation software/applications (such as SurveyMonkey, Power BI, etc.).  Experience of evaluations of social programmes.  Experience delivering training or capacity building activities to a variety of audiences and capacity levels. Experience writing reports for a variety of audiences including internal teams, funders and community stakeholders.  Experience in contributing to project design and institutional funding proposals. 


Experience working in a Charity setting. Knowledge and / or lived experience of Autism.  Knowledge of academic best practices for programme evaluation (e.g. randomised control trials, right-fit evidence systems, etc.).  Understanding of EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

What difference will you make?

In this newly created role for the Charity you'll play a pivotal part in empowering us to understand the impact of our services and their outcomes for the children and families we support. 


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