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  • 04/15/2024 12:06 PM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Job Title: Sr. Evaluation Strategist 

    Role Description: Reporting to the CEO, the Senior Evaluation Strategist will be responsible for executing on all things strategy and evaluation. This person is deeply committed to living the mission and values of Hansra Consulting and demonstrates strong leadership, personal responsibility and initiative, and commitment to building positive internal and external relationships. This person is flexible and is prepared to lean into what is needed to accomplish our goals as a valued team member. The position is full time, hybrid, with a base salary of $85K/yr - $90K/yr

    Company Description: Hansra Consulting and Advisory Services (HCAS), LLC is a WBE/MBE and SBA 8(a) Certified business based in Chicago, IL. At Hansra Consulting, we help organizations to create Conscious Cultures. Our mission is to support organizational leaders to create cultures where people are seen in their full humanity, honor one another’s lived experience, thus, maximizing organizational impact. We execute on this work through a combination of Training, Strategy, and Evaluation.

    Learn more and apply here!

  • 04/11/2024 1:46 PM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    About the position 

    The Associate, Assessment and Evaluation is responsible for supporting the assessment processes to track qualitative and quantitative progress of cradle-to-career partnerships, supporting building the capability of staff and network members to use the Theory of Action™ to guide partnership strategy and action. Additionally, the Associate will provide capacity for network wide surveys process and execution. 

    About StriveTogether 

    StriveTogether is a national movement with a clear purpose: helping every child succeed in school and in life from cradle to career, regardless of race, ethnicity, zip code or circumstance. We work to break down barriers, change systems and improve outcomes with the Cradle to Career Network, made up of nearly 70 communities across the country. StriveTogether provides resources, best practices and processes to give every child every chance for success. 

    Applications and cover letters are due by Tuesday, April 30, 2024.

    Learn More and Apply Here 

  • 03/28/2024 9:06 AM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    The 2024 CQI Conference: Practical CQI: Skills and Tools for Real World Application, Oct. 9-10, 2024 in Champaign, IL 

    The deadline to submit presentations is Friday, April 12, 2024.

    The CQI Community and Annual Conference is accepting presentation proposals for its 2024 conference to be held Oct. 9-10, 2024 in Champaign, IL. This year’s theme is "Practical CQI: Skills and Tools for Real World Application" focuses this year's conference in applying Continuous Quality Improvement tools and skills to the “real world.” We are looking for workshop sessions that will actively engage attendees and provide tools, innovative strategies and ideas for automation they can readily apply in their own organizations. Our attendees are most interested in “how to’s” and practical application.

    Core Areas of Focus Include:

    • Foundations of CQI
    • Organizational Readiness
    • Data Collection and Management
    • The Human Side of CQI


    You can find more information about the conference, what we are looking for and register for RFP information sessions on our website: https://cqi.cfrc.illinois.edu/con_info.php

  • 03/21/2024 11:55 AM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Job Title:

    Extension Specialist, AAB and NREE (Evaluation)


    Urbana-Champaign Campus

    Job Description:

    The Extension Specialist serves as a regular, full time, 12-month academic professional with primary responsibility of supporting program leaders and field staff with developing, implementing, and communicating evaluations and indicators. This position provides leadership for research and evaluation of agriculture and natural resources programs delivered through University of Illinois Extension staff and offices throughout the state. This position integrates program leadership, partnership, scholarship, and public engagement into its everyday practice. Working in collaboration with Extension faculty, staff and partners, this position will lead and consult on applied research, evaluation design, data systems, and strategic direction related to agriculture and natural resources.

    Learn more and apply here!

  • 02/06/2024 12:40 PM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)


    External Evaluator on Effective Consortium Practices 

    Due Date:

    February 20, 2024 Not later than 2:30 P.M 


    Dr. Josephine Kershaw

    Dean of Institutional Effectiveness & Equity




    For the joint evaluation of the CAREERS Workforce cohort at Jefferson College and Ohlone College, an external evaluator will be engaged to provide guidance for project investigators on effective consortium practices. The external evaluator will also be required to provide guidance and evaluate the consortium’s high school and college partnerships, provide guidance and evaluate branding and marketing for the Ohlone College Biotechnology Program and provide guidance and evaluate progress on industry partnerships.

    This process will commence with a virtual evaluation workshop to present guidance for investigators and faculty on both Jefferson College and Ohlone College campuses. The Year 1 workshop will cover an overview of the evaluation design, methods, and data analysis plan. A midterm Year 2 progress report for the project would include summary joint data collected by the individual institutions. The final Year 3 evaluation report would provide feedback on consortium collaboration effectiveness that would be used to inform future partnerships. Jefferson College in Hillsboro, Missouri and Ohlone College in Fremont, California comprise the Colleges Aligning Resources to Elevate Education and Regional STEM (CAREERS) Workforce consortium that is funded for 3 years by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Enabling Partnerships to Increase Innovation Capacity (EPIIC) grant. 

    Two Supporting Documents:

    - Full RFP

    - Advertisement for Bids

  • 01/30/2024 12:45 PM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Title: Culturally Specific Domestic Violence Impact Evaluation

    Due Date: 2/16/24, 5 pm CST

    Organization: Metropolitan Family Services

    Submission: Interested evaluators must submit their proposals via email to evaluationoutcomes@metrofamily.org. The proposal should include the following information in no more than 10 pages (see attached PDF for more details).

    Contact Person: Applicants may also submit written questions about the RFP via email to Christie Pettitt- Schieber, Senior Director of Evaluation & Outcomes, at pettitt- schieberc(at)metrofamily(dot)org. Please use the subject heading “CSDV Eval RFP” 

    Full RFP

  • 01/24/2024 8:42 AM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Job Title: 

    Director of Impact and Evaluation, Bridge Communities

    Job Summary:

    Reporting to the CEO, Director of Impact and Evaluation drives the programmatic and administrative evaluation plans, processes, and tools to elevate insights that influence and advance equitable client and community outcomes by leading the organization’s learning and evaluation activities. The Director is responsible for evaluating the effectiveness and impact of programs and limited administrative functions.  The Director will also make recommendations to enhance programs and services and provide leadership to create a culture of equitable evaluation practice, learning and continuous improvement.

    The Director is the organizational strategic and functional leader for data management and evaluation to drive innovation by strengthening Bridge’s culture and competencies for data quality, data analysis, measurement, and evaluation. They provide leadership to develop and implement systems for measuring and evaluating Bridge Communities’ impact. As a senior member of the organization, the Director of Impact and Evaluation reports to the Chief Executive Officer and is member of the Bridge Leadership Team. The Director serves as an internal consultant and resource to the Chief Executive Officer, Board of Directors, Insights and Impact Committee, program directors, and staff. The Director supervises a Database Specialist and professional consultants and volunteers that support the Salesforce platform.

    The Director works closely with all department directors to continually refine and implement internal performance measurement systems that promotes accurate, efficient, and reliable data collection, meaningful evaluation and reporting to staff peers and leadership, Board of Directors and external stakeholders. The Director works in partnership with program directors and staff to evaluate and summarize findings to promote innovative and effective program initiatives for client families and communities served. Additionally, the Director supports the Development team with grant writing and reporting, annual reports and other external communications and marketing materials.

    The Director of Impact and Evaluation is a 40-hour per week, salaried exempt position.  This position qualifies for all Bridge Communities offered benefits, including health and disability insurance, generous paid time off, 403(b) retirement matching, et al. This position will occasionally require work outside of normal business hours.  They will have an office at the organization’s headquarters in Glen Ellyn and is expected to be based in the office three days per week.

    Learn More and see application details here!

  • 01/18/2024 12:11 PM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Job Title: 

    Manager, Pediatric Health Equity Scholars Network (Grant Funded)

    Job Description:

    The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the nation’s leading advocacy organization for children’s healthcare, seeks a public health professional with strong project management skills for a newly created role. This 2-year grant funded position is made possible by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and will manage the development and implementation of the “Building a Race-Conscious Approach to Pediatric Policy and Research” project. The project will establish a scholars’ network to support those engaging in culturally effective, equity-focused research and will foster a supportive ecosystem for health equity research and researchers.

    Download full job description here. 

    Learn more and apply here!

  • 01/16/2024 12:20 PM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Job Title: 

    Research Associate I - Social Sciences Educational Psychology Dept 

    Job Description:

    This position is funded by multiple grants focused on youth mentoring research and closely related research topics. The position is responsible for research coordination of these grant projects including preparing IRB materials, participant recruitment, gathering ethnographic observations, administering surveys and qualitative interviews, preparing data for analysis, assisting with quantitative and qualitative analyses, and writing reports. 

    Learn more and apply here

  • 09/07/2023 9:47 AM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    RFP Title: Evaluation of Pediatric Use of NASEM’s Resilience and Wellbeing Tools

    Due Date: Sept 20, 2023, 11:59 pm

    Interested consultants can direct questions to 385rfp@aap.org.

    Download RFP here.

    Download Cost proposal here. 

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