Job title: Invitation to Tender: Monitoring and Evaluation Practitioner
Closing Date: 17.00pm, 31st August 2017
Organisation: the nia project
nia is seeking an experienced practitioner with expert knowledge of the violence against women and girls (VAWG) sector to undertake monitoring and evaluation of the work taking place at nia – Huggett Women’s Centre
The nia- Huggett Women’s Centre is based in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, and is delivered in partnership with DABD UK and BD CVS. It provides wraparound services to women and girls who have experienced violence, abuse and exploitation.
The successful tender will provide the following outputs:
- Review and enhance the current monitoring and evaluation tools and systems that are appropriate for the VAWG sector, to measure our work and assess its effectiveness
- Produce an interim internal document reviewing current working practice and make recommendations for improvement
- Produce a social return on investment analysis of the nia – Huggett Women’s Centre
- Produce a full and interim evaluation report
- Deliver a presentation and promote the full report at an event
The monitoring and evaluation of nia-Huggett Women’s Centre will lead to the following outcomes:
- A better understanding and knowledge of how effective or not our approach is at delivering this service to women and girls who have experienced violence, abuse and exploitation
- Quality evidence of the positive impact of our services
- Enhance delivery so that more women are better able to reach and make use of the service
Audience: There are two intended audiences.
- The interim report will be an internal document reviewing our current service and policies, with recommendations in order that we might identify and understand potential problems and rectify them to improve practice
- The final report will be written in two formats. The first as an internal document, and the second as an outwards facing document aimed at decision makers at senior level who are influential in the VAWG commissioning process.
Applicants will be required to hold an enhanced DBS clearance
The post is subject to an enhanced vetting and barring check and open to women only (exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1).
Salary: Contract value £12,000
How to apply: please visit our website www.niaendingviolence.org.uk and download a Tender pack. CV’s will not be accepted. Your completed tender should be returned to us…
Either via post in a sealed envelope marked “TENDER. DO NOT OPEN BEFORE 17.00 ON THE 31ST AUGUST 2017” and addressed to Rachel Evans, nia (Recruitment), PO Box 58203, London, N1 3XP.
Or via email to email@example.com with the words “TENDER. DO NOT OPEN BEFORE 17.00 ON THE 31ST AUGUST 2017” written in the subject heading.
Please note, the closing date is 31st August at 17.00. Any late tenders will not be accepted.