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Monitoring and Evaluation Manager (maternity cover), Streetwise Opera

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“Streetwise has completely changed my life” Streetwise Opera performer
“Ambitious and inspiring” The Guardian
“Combining social purpose with serious artistic endeavour” New York Times

Streetwise Opera is looking for someone who is passionate about qualitative and quantitative social research to join the team as Monitoring and Evaluation Manager (maternity cover). This is a great opportunity for someone with an interest in the arts and in making a difference in the lives of people who have been affected by homelessness.

Streetwise Opera is an award-winning performing arts charity for people affected by homelessness. We run a programme of singing and creative workshops in homeless centres and arts venues in five regions across England. We are also a critically-acclaimed opera company, and the people who take part in our workshops create and perform in extraordinary new productions working alongside exceptional professional artists.

This role leads on the planning and delivery of Streetwise Opera’s sector-leading monitoring and evaluation, enabling us to demonstrate the impact we have on the lives of people affected homelessness across the country. We are looking for a motivated self-starter who can work independently to deliver our data collection, monitoring and evaluation activities and produce high-quality written reports.

How to apply

Download the job description from https://www.streetwiseopera.org/vacancy/monitoring-evaluation-manager-mc.

Please send a CV and supporting statement (max 2 pages) outlining your suitability for and interest in the role to our General Manager, Robyn Mondesir-Clarke, at:
robyn.mondesirclarke@streetwiseopera.org

Fee: £150 per day
Location: Flexible
Hours: average of 1.5 days p/w
Contract: Freelance contract from September 2020 – August 2021
Interviews (on Zoom): 17 and 19 June
Role to start: September 2020

Streetwise Opera is committed to having a diverse workplace and actively promotes equality and inclusivity. We especially welcome applications from people who have been affected by homelessness; those who can demonstrate that they meet the essential criteria in the person specification will be guaranteed a first round interview. Please ensure that you communicate this clearly in your application.