Director of Impact Strategies–California Partnership to End Domestic Violence
Organization: California Partnership to End Domestic Violence
Job Title: Director of Impact Strategies
Annual Salary: $7,083 – $9,167/month, dependent on experience
Education and Experience:
a) A minimum of 10 years of full-time work experience in research, measurement, and evaluation.
b) A Bachelor’s degree in Public Health or related field. Ideally a Masters in a related field or demonstrated equivalent knowledge gained from experience.
c) A minimum of 5-years full time experience in IPV Prevention
d) A minimum of 5-years staff supervision
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
e) Possess strong analytical, evaluation design, and methodological skills, and utilizes “right-fit” methods for a broad range of quantitative and qualitative approaches to communicate a rigorous, yet compelling story about the Partnership.
f) Experience in using web-analytics software and survey tools
g) Ability to help translate our Theory of Change into Theory of Action and corresponding logic models.
h) Ability to work cross teams to facilitate the process of turning impact data into meaningful stories for the organization
i) Excellent communication and writing skills, with a keen ability to synthesize and present complex data in a simple, compelling, meaningful way (ability to produce beautiful and top-notch data visualization is a plus)
j) Brings a positive mindset and attitude to the staff and membership that continuously pushes the organization to accomplish its mission
k) Demonstrates a zeal for out-of-the-box design thinking and utilizes multiple practices and mindsets of human-centered design.
l) Commitment to centering survivor voices
m) Ability to build partnerships with a variety of people including survivors, organizational leaders, shelter, direct service staff and co-workers
n) Commitment to the Partnership’s Mission and Theory of Change
o) Proficiency in word processing, spreadsheet, presentational and internet applications, including Microsoft Office Programs
p) Ability to travel as needed to complete job duties
The California Partnership to End Domestic Violence promotes the collective voice of a diverse coalition of organizations and individuals, working to eliminate all forms of domestic violence. As an advocate for social change, we advance our mission by shaping public policy, increasing community awareness, and strengthening our members’ capacity to work toward our common goal of advancing the safety and healing of victims, survivors and their families. To know if we are achieving our mission, we must measure and understand our impact. We are seeking a Director of Impact Strategies to help us measure our progress in getting there, while concurrently shaping the field’s understanding of how to integrate measurement and evaluation into a design-led approach to problem solving.
The Director of Impact Strategies will play a crucial role in developing and implementing the systems and tools that will identify and capture the depth and breadth of impact of our technical assistance and support to member programs to effectively prevent and intervene in intimate partner violence. They will be responsible for the management of collection and analysis of impact data and will work closely with program teams, implementing partners, funding partners, and third-party evaluators. Through this, the Director of Impact Strategies will build a platform to pioneer a point of view around the frameworks, tools, and best practices that the funders and implementing organizations throughout the Membership can use to better integrate measurement and evaluation into the programmatic design process.
The Director of Impact Strategies has deep knowledge and experience in impact measurement and evaluation, specific to the social sector, and possesses experience in utilizing a broad range of both quantitative and qualitative tools and methods for analysis. They understand human-centered design and are excited to work with our staff and membership to creatively develop new ways of collecting impact data and measuring the effectiveness of our work.
The Director of Impact Strategies is very self-directed, an active problem-solver, who is always seeking out the right resources and information to answer complex questions with both rigor and grace. The Director of Impact Strategies also has a keen eye for design and storytelling, and is inspired by the opportunity to influence the social sector through everything we learn about measuring and managing toward impact through design.
For a full job description please visit https://www.cpedv.org/employment
The Partnership covers 100% of employee Health, vision & dental insurance; paid vacation & sick leave; 10 paid holidays plus paid winter break from Dec 24-Jan 1.
Open Date: 2021-08-03
Close Date: 2021-08-31
Instructions: Please submit a Cover letter and resume in one combined PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Director of Impact Strategies”
1107 9th St. Suite 910
Sacramento, CA 95814