Sinai Urban Health Institute (SUHI) is seeking a Program Manager of Evaluation to work under the direction of the Director/Associate Director of the Evaluation Technical Assistance strategy. The Program Manager will contribute to all aspects of developing, implementing, and leading program evaluation activities in one or more SUHI strategy areas, including: serving as lead evaluator for projects, conducting descriptive analyses (quantitative and qualitative); assisting with research dissemination activities (i.e. creating data briefs, reports, publications, and presentations); assisting with writing grant proposals and funder reports; and supervising support staff as needed.
Learn more and apply here: https://pm.healthcaresource.com/cs/sinai#/job/7078
If you are thinking about starting or further developing an independent consulting practice, consider registering for the Introduction to Independent Consulting Workshops with Matt Feldmann. Matt has presented several abbreviated versions of this workshop to CEA as part of our speaker exchanges. Participants will work independently and in small groups to create a business plan that will form the basis for an independent consulting practice. Matt leads the weekly Independent Consulting Chats, is the president of the St. Louis evaluation affiliate, a member of CEA, and co-edited the New Directions for Evaluation special edition on independent consulting.
You can learn more at this registration link: https://gosheneducationcenter.regfox.com/introduction-to-independent-consulting-workshops
WHAT: A 4 part, 8 hour workshop on independent consulting. Each week the participants will work on a section of a personal business plan that will be a guide on how to initiate or further develop their consulting practice.
WHEN: They are scheduled for January 18, 20, 25, and 27. Each meeting will be 2 hours and will start at 3 p.m. EST.
LEARNING OUTCOMES: Participants will learn about…
COME PREPARED: The sessions will be moderated. Participants are expected to do the pre-session work, come prepared, and engage with the other participants. There will be about 1 hour of pre-session work before each workshop session.
Planning, Implementation & Evaluation Org (PIE) is a Chicago-based, national provider of evaluation, capacity building, and strategic planning services. Our mission is to build the capacity of our clients to evaluate impact, promote learning, and facilitate equitable change. We are a growing, dynamic organization, and looking for personnel who can support our growth in a fast-paced environment.
Associate Director of Evaluation
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Equity Data Strategist at CPS
This position will be responsible for collecting, producing, and disaggregating quantitative and qualitative data sets based on social indicators such as race, class, and gender. The EDS is responsible for the overall management of data staff and data systems, will serve as the internal lead on accessing key CPS data systems, and will be responsible for managing on-demand data requests to answer key questions about the Office of Equity initiatives, strategic priorities and progress, and operations.
Apply here: https://cpsk12il.taleo.net/careersection/3/jobdetail.ftl?job=2100022V&lang=en
Join the Coalition on Urban Girls Thursday, August 19th at 12 PM, for the release of our report, "The Impact of COVID-19 on Chicagoland Girl-Serving Organizations."
Come and explore our target questions and more!
Thu, August 19, 2021
12:00 PM – 1:15 PM CDT
Type: Full-Time (40 hours/week)
Salary Range: $45,000-$50,000 or commensurate with experience
Reports to: Executive Director
The Mission Continues is seeking a Research & Evaluation Analyst to support the organization’s program evaluation, data analysis and research goals. This role works with all departments. We are looking for someone who is passionate about using data, research, and evaluation to understand, communicate and improve organizational impact. The candidate should be motivated by The Mission Continues’ goal of ensuring that all veterans with a desire to continue their service to be part of a nationwide movement to transform communities. A successful candidate will use their data analysis skills to inform evaluation efforts across programs and initiatives, and to strengthen The Mission Continues’ positive impact on veterans and under-resourced communities.
Be a part of a world-class academic healthcare system at UChicago Medicine as an Evaluation Project Coordinator for our Violence Recovery Program division at our main medical campus.
Note: This is a grant funded role.
The University of Chicago Medicine’s (UCM) Urban Health Initiative (UHI) is committed to meeting the health needs of Chicago’s South Side communities. It assesses community health needs, manages strategies (e.g., programs, partnerships) to respond to these needs and measures impacts on the community. The UHI implements community health worker program models across multiple health areas (Cardiology, Maternal and Child Health, Asthma etc.) and is responsible for evaluation of these programs. The project manager will facilitate and coordinate monitoring and evaluation process for CHW programs.
Learn more here!
The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) has launched a new program, Break Through Tech Chicago, BTTC, that will propel women and underrepresented groups into higher education and careers in tech through computer science curriculum innovation, career access and community development. Break Through Tech Chicago seeks a team oriented Educational Program Evaluation Coordinator.
Working under general supervision from senior personnel, the Program Evaluation Coordinator will monitor and evaluate program components to assess trends, effectiveness and impact as they relate to the goals of BTTC to move women and underrepresented groups into tech related careers.
Must have a dedication to promoting diversity, multiculturalism, gender equity and inclusion as it relates to program and university goals. This is a full-time position based on campus at the University of Illinois at Chicago. All candidates must be proficient in Microsoft Excel/Pivot Tables.
Job ID #150134
Dear CEA friends,
We are partnering with CREA at the University of Illinois for a special opportunity for current Chicago-based under-represented minority (URM) graduate students or early career (1-2 years) evaluators to apply for a conference registration scholarship to the Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment's (CREA) Sixth International Conference from September 29th to October 1st 2021. The conference is taking place at the Palmer House in Chicago and the scholarship is open to graduate student attendees or early career evaluators only. Eligibility and application details are provided below.
The timeline for selection is short and there are only a limited number of scholarships available. Please fill out the application at (CREA/CEA Application Form), which is due by 5pm CST on Monday, July 16, 2021.
Applicants must be a member of a traditionally underrepresented racial/ethnic minority group. Pursuant to Section 9.16 of the Board of Higher Education Act (110 ILCS 205), the Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) annually reports to the Governor and General Assembly on the status and participation of underrepresented groups in higher education. The Act defines “underrepresented” as a citizen or resident alien who identifies as African American, Hispanic or Latino, Asian-American, Pacific Islander, American Indian, or Alaska Native.
In addition, applicants must be able to:
Attend the full conference, Wednesday, September 29th - Friday, October 1st.
Attend an orientation the first week of August.
Attend a post-conference meeting.
Develop, either alone or as a group, a Poster Board Presentation (Mentorship to complete this task will be available
Please feel free to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. We look forward to receiving your applications.
CEA Vice President