PEO/1869 - Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Analyst
£27,514 - £30,095

Ballard House Fixed Term Contract - until 31/03/2024 37 hours per week Grade F (£27,514 to £30,095) pro rata (if applicable)

Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Analyst - Role Profile.pdf

 

Plymouth City Council has this exciting recruitment opportunity as a result of a successful bid to the Changing Futures Programme, funded through the Department of Levelling Up, Homes and Communities and the National Lottery.

 

One of only 15 successful areas, Plymouth Changing Futures (PCF) is aimed at addressing systemic inequalities facing people experiencing multiple disadvantage, including homelessness, mental health, domestic abuse and contact with the criminal justice system.

 

Together, the programme partners will develop local delivery models, deliver system change and test new approaches that will help shape future government policy.

 

Plymouth City Council's co-produced bid focused on transformation capacity, infrastructure development, and lived experience in practice, whole system workforce development, peer research and prototyping for innovative approaches.

 

Embodying Plymouth City Council's value of being collaborative, Changing Futures brings together partners from across the city Plymouth and its communities.

 

The overall purpose of this role is to develop and manage the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) framework. This will include creating and documenting the data, insight and analytical processes that will provide an accurate picture of PCF programme outcomes and impacts, whilst meeting the data and reporting needs of key stakeholders. Ultimately, the role will focus on generating and communicating learning from PCF to show how this impacts on people experiencing multiple disadvantage.

 

With experience in designing, implementing, and managing project or programme monitoring, evaluation and learning frameworks, you will be highly numerate and have experience of applying advanced statistical techniques within evidence-based research projects/assignments, with experience of extracting and analysing information from a range of data sources. Importantly, you will possess excellent oral and written communication skills, including report writing and have the capability to produce engaging data visualisations and analytical tools. 

 

Plymouth City Council is an equal opportunities employer. All applicants will be considered for employment regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity, race, religion/belief, sex or sexual orientation.

 

As part of our commitment to promoting equality we offer guaranteed interviews to those who meet the essential criteria and are considered disabled, have been in Plymouth City Council care or are an Armed Forces Service Leaver within the last two years.

 

* This vacancy may be available as a secondment opportunity for internal Plymouth City Council employees please refer to the internal jobs page for further information before applying.

 

For more information or an informal discussion, please contact Mathew Cunningham, Changing Futures Programme Lead, on 01752 307716

 

Closing Date - Wednesday 17 August 2022. 

Vacancy Description
Ballard House Fixed Term Contract - until 31/03/2024 37 hours per week Grade F (£27,514 to £30,095) pro rata (if applicable)
 

Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Analyst - Role Profile.pdf

 

Plymouth City Council has this exciting recruitment opportunity as a result of a successful bid to the Changing Futures Programme, funded through the Department of Levelling Up, Homes and Communities and the National Lottery.

 

One of only 15 successful areas, Plymouth Changing Futures (PCF) is aimed at addressing systemic inequalities facing people experiencing multiple disadvantage, including homelessness, mental health, domestic abuse and contact with the criminal justice system.

 

Together, the programme partners will develop local delivery models, deliver system change and test new approaches that will help shape future government policy.

 

Plymouth City Council's co-produced bid focused on transformation capacity, infrastructure development, and lived experience in practice, whole system workforce development, peer research and prototyping for innovative approaches.

 

Embodying Plymouth City Council's value of being collaborative, Changing Futures brings together partners from across the city Plymouth and its communities.

 

The overall purpose of this role is to develop and manage the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) framework. This will include creating and documenting the data, insight and analytical processes that will provide an accurate picture of PCF programme outcomes and impacts, whilst meeting the data and reporting needs of key stakeholders. Ultimately, the role will focus on generating and communicating learning from PCF to show how this impacts on people experiencing multiple disadvantage.

 

With experience in designing, implementing, and managing project or programme monitoring, evaluation and learning frameworks, you will be highly numerate and have experience of applying advanced statistical techniques within evidence-based research projects/assignments, with experience of extracting and analysing information from a range of data sources. Importantly, you will possess excellent oral and written communication skills, including report writing and have the capability to produce engaging data visualisations and analytical tools. 

 

Plymouth City Council is an equal opportunities employer. All applicants will be considered for employment regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity, race, religion/belief, sex or sexual orientation.

 

As part of our commitment to promoting equality we offer guaranteed interviews to those who meet the essential criteria and are considered disabled, have been in Plymouth City Council care or are an Armed Forces Service Leaver within the last two years.

 

* This vacancy may be available as a secondment opportunity for internal Plymouth City Council employees please refer to the internal jobs page for further information before applying.

 

For more information or an informal discussion, please contact Mathew Cunningham, Changing Futures Programme Lead, on 01752 307716

 

Closing Date - Wednesday 17 August 2022.