JOB: Impact and Evaluation Senior Associate at the Obama Foundation

07/19/2018 11:41 AM | Cara Karter (Administrator)

The Obama Foundation is hiring an Impact and Evaluation Senior Associate who will support the development of a learning culture within the Foundation and implementation of the Foundation’s Learning and Evaluation strategy. Reporting to the Impact and Evaluation Manager, the Senior Associate will design and implement evaluations of Foundation programs and initiatives​,  and serve as an evaluation expert and learning partner. 

The ideal candidate has a proven track record designing and conducting evaluations and measurement systems, experience helping organizations use data for reflection and strategic refinement, experience collecting quantitative and qualitative data, and demonstrated interest and experience considering issues of marginalization and equity in evaluation. 

​Four or more years of relevant evaluation experience required. This position is open to all Foundation offices - Chicago, Washington D.C., and New York City. To apply please submit your application, including your resume and cover letter here. The Foundation is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply.

About the Obama Foundation
Founded in January 2014, the Obama Foundation is a living, working center for citizenship in the 21st century aimed at identifying, training, and connecting the next generation of leaders and engaged citizens. The Foundation is developing the Obama Presidential Center on the South Side of Chicago to serve as headquarters for the projects it will undertake across the city, the nation, and around the world. 

As President Obama said in his farewell address, "I am asking you to believe. Not in my ability to bring about change — but in yours.” That concept is one the Obamas championed from the beginning, and it is now a cornerstone of the Obama Foundation’s efforts to support and develop the next generation of active citizens and emerging young leaders at home and around the world.

Real change—big change—takes many years, and requires each generation to believe that its participation matters and embrace the obligations and opportunities that come with the most important office in a democracy: that of Citizen. Together, we have made extraordinary progress. Because there is more to do, this work lives on in the Obama Foundation.

For more information on the Obama Foundation, please visit www.obama.org.

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