Lead Project Worker – Monitoring and Evaluation

Job Title: Lead Project Worker – Monitoring and Evaluation

Location: Manor Gardens Centre, 6-9 Manor Gardens, London Borough of Islington

Hours: 36 hours per week

Salary: NJC Scale 4 SCP 13-16 (£28,115.77-29,660.76Part time posts will be pro-rata according to contracted hours

Contract: Fixed term (6 month contract) 

Location: London N7

 The Lead Project Worker – Monitoring and Evaluation is an exciting new role that will be responsible for informing growth and innovation across our organisation by capturing, analysing and conveying the impact data produced through our services and enabling high standards of contract compliance alongside helping us attain our strategic objectives

This is a full-time role offering excellent benefits in a well-respected local charity.

You will have a clear understanding of how to carry out research and data analysis and will be an excellent communicator who will support us to show the impact of our high quality services to funders and stakeholders.

You will be team-orientated with a commitment to supporting all members of the organisation to deliver the best possible impact and outcomes for our clients through a data-centred approach. You will have a talent for simplifying complex processes and ensuring all staff understand our systems and processes and use them to best effect.

We want to hear from candidates who reflect our local communities and are passionate about collecting and analysing high-quality information to prove the value of our work

Role responsibilities

  • Develop robust and efficient reporting structures to produce high-quality information for contract reports, funders and stakeholders.
  • Collate, analyse and summarise qualitative and quantitative data from our CRM system Charity Log.
  • Ensure the submission of scheduled contract monitoring reports and produce summary reports for a range of audience to promote the work of Manor Gardens Welfare Trust.
  • Devise surveys and gather regular feedback from peers, clients, volunteers, partners and others to show the impact of our work on our clients and communities.
  • Respond to requests from service teams, including helping to identify and follow up case studies, and provide impact information for external audiences.

To be considered for the role you will have the following skills, knowledge, and experience:

  • Experience in analysing statistics and data and producing internal and external reports and presentations
  • Strong organisational and project management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects
  • Experience of working independently with strong attention to detail
  • Experience of working in an office environment
  • Knowledge of monitoring and evaluation methodologies both qualitative and quantitative
  • Excellent IT skills, Excel, CRM databases and the capability to learn new IT skills readily

Benefits include 25 days’ annual leave on appointment (this will increase to 27 after 5 years’ service and 29 after 10 years’ service), employee assistance programme, and family-friendly policies.

For further information or to discuss this post please contact HR@manorgardenscentre.org 

Closing date for applications:  Monday 3rd October 22, 9am

Interview: w/c 10th October 22  

For a recruitment pack, please email: HR@manorgardenscentre.org or download application form via www.manorgardenscentre.org

Manor Gardens Welfare Trust follows safer recruitment procedures, and all successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Manor Gardens Welfare Trust is committed to achieving a diverse workforce that reflects the communities with which we work. We value, respect and celebrate diversity. We welcome and encourage applicants from all sections of the community regardless of their sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation or religious belief.

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