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In the List of Current Postings are BC and Yukon positions and opportunities. CES members can also visit the Canadian Evaluation Society website to view additional jobs and contracts click here.

Also, Evaluation Jobs, is a new (2017) website for posting and finding jobs. Currently mostly in the US but likely to expand beyond.

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List of Current Postings

  • 02 Nov 2017 21:14 | Anonymous

    READ MORE & APPLY NOW

    Posting number: 2017.178

    Position: Sessional Faculty, Program Evaluation

    Contract type: Faculty, Temporary (sessional)

    Start date: January 2018

    End date: April 2018

    Closing date November 6, 2017


    About UFV

    The University of the Fraser Valley is nationally recognized for its commitment to teaching excellence, community relevance, and Indigenization. With over 100 programs, from graduate and undergraduate arts, science, and professional degrees, to trades and technical education, university preparation, and continuing education UFV is the school of choice for over 15,000 students.

    Posting details

    The Graduate Certificate in Program Evaluation invites applications to teach the online course PREV 700: The Context of Policy Development and Performance Evaluation.

    Qualifications

    Minimum qualifications include a Master’s degree in an Arts (Sociology, Political Science, Criminology, Psychology, or Economics), Public Administration, Health Science or Social Work or closely related discipline that involves program evaluation. PhD. Preferred. Industry, government or NGO experience in program evaluation is required. Demonstrated successful teaching experience at the post-secondary level is required with online experience required.

    How to apply

    Applicants should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, teaching evaluations, and the names of three referees.

    Direct applications including evidence of appropriate qualifications by November 6, 2017, referring to POSTING 2017.178 to:


  • 19 Oct 2017 18:10 | Anonymous

    READ MORE AND APPLY HERE / Job IDs 27907/27909

    BUSINESS TITLE: Planning and Evaluation Strategist

    EMPLOYMENT GROUP: Management & Professional (AAPS)

    JOB FAMILY: Institutional Analysis

    JOB CODE: Instit. Analysis, Level B

    VP/FACULTY: VP Academic & Provost

    DEPARTMENT: Equity Office

    PAY GRADE: 9

    SALARY LEVEL: B

    JOB SUMMARY

    As a member of the Student Diversity Strategic Support Team, the Planning and Evaluation Strategist is a cross functional position that provides strategic services to the Enrolment Services as a partner in the Student Diversity Initiative (SDI). This position will be located within Enrolment Services and works closely with the SDI Strategic Support team.

    The Planning and Evaluation Strategist will provide strategic support as part of the Student Diversity Initiative with primary responsibility for the research, development, implementation and analysis of diversity related to the recruitment of students. As the SDI lead within Enrolment Services, the Planning and Evaluation Strategist provides consultative support to the senior leadership, including the Registrar and Associate Registrars, including the support in the planning for the development and evaluation of recruitment data. This position will also provide analysis to inform strategic direction and policy decisions. This analysis may include but is not limited to an environmental scan, needs assessments, data and policy analysis.

    The Planning and Evaluation Strategist duties will work closely with the Student Diversity Initiative Strategic Support Team, and other duties as assigned by the Director, Equity & Inclusion. It is important that the incumbent work seamlessly with the SDI Team to ensure that the work aligns with the goals of the Student Diversity Initiative.

    READ MORE AND APPLY HERE  / Job ID  27907/27909

  • 28 Sep 2017 15:01 | Anonymous

    Role:           Research Assistant
    Hours:        Approximately 10-25 hours per week
    Terms:        Contract
    Location:    Vancouver, BC

    Broadleaf Consulting is looking for a highly motivated, independent professional to work flexibly on contract for approximately 10-25 hours per week.  Please read on and respond if this description resonates with you. 

    You’d work on multiple projects, with tasks assigned as required.  Projects are diverse, challenging and often fast-paced.   

    • You're fastidious and detail oriented, double checking your data entry, formulas, and the consistency of your work 
    • You love to express your creativity with excel formulas and data visualization
    • You're a self starter motivated by deliverables
    • You thrive on a challenge and have the focus to check data quality
    • You enjoy a flexible schedule and manage your time like a pro
    • You keep your eye on the big picture when conducting detailed analysis
    • You are patient with survey programs, making sure that everything is just right so that when you export data it's in great shape for analysis
    • You find satisfaction in making sure budgets add up and you enjoy preparing a variety of reports to demonstrate different
    • You work well with specific requests, you flag issues and feel comfortable asking questions
    • You pride yourself on your professional integrity
    • You've worked in non profits or the health sector, with experience in all aspects of the project cycle

    The main responsibilities are:

    • Conducting background research
    • Creating templates in word and excel
    • Populating templates with data
    • Data cleaning
    • Preparing data tables and graphs (quantitative)
    • Data collection and documentation (qualitative)
    • Formatting documents and reports
    • Setting up surveys
    • Creating reports from surveys
    • Integrating data from different spreadsheets
    • Creating budgets from financial information
    • Generating excel reports of all kinds

    Skills and Experience

    • Experience with non-profit and health sector
    • Familiarity with evaluation principles and approaches
    • Excellent skills with excel
    • Formatting (word, excel)
    • Preparing data tables
    • Experience with online survey programs
    • Understanding of budgets

    Qualities

    • Detail-oriented
    • Ability to work independently
    • Highly motivated
    • Meticulous
    • Personable
    • Available to work on flexible schedule

    The work would be done virtually with regular (weekly or bi-weekly) in-person meetings.

    Interested applicants to submit cover letter, CV and hourly rate by October 15th, 2017.  Please email opportunities@broadleafconsulting.ca with Research Assistant in the title.


  • 16 Sep 2017 15:55 | Anonymous

    CST EVALUATION ANALYST

    REQ: 
    PHC17-110587
    Work Area: 
    CST Evaluation Team
    Base Site: 
    CST - 590 W 8th
    City: 
    Vancouver
    Status: 
    Regular Full Time
    FTE: 
    1.00
    Job Category: 
    Administrative/Clerical
    Health Information Management
    Support Services
    Category: 
    Corporate
    Hours: 
    0830-1630

    Summary

    Reporting to the Evaluation Lead, CST, the Evaluation Analyst provides guidance and consultation in the evaluation of program design and delivery of acute care services across VCH, PHSA, and PHC. Employs research methods for the identification, collection, analysis and interpretation of process and outcome measures. Carries out reviews of related research and links evidence to the evaluation process. Reviews and assesses impact on services and staff resources; prepares reports and provides evidence-based recommendations related to program and service delivery models.

    Skills

    Displays comprehensive knowledge of project management principles and methodologies and ability to coach team members on these skills.
    Demonstrated knowledge of health research methodology, principles and procedures.
    Demonstrated knowledge of performance outcome measurement tools and techniques and program evaluation, e.g., program logic models, impact analysis.
    Ability to use advanced, current computer software such as database (e.g., Access), or spreadsheets.
    Ability to use quantitative and qualitative data analysis software.
    Physical ability to perform the duties of the job.

    Education

    Master’s Degree in a health science, social science or related discipline with coursework in research methodologies, statistical analysis, and program evaluation. Five (5) years’ experience in related research/evaluation/decision support in public health, community health programs, acute care or other health services. Experience with project management, program planning and evaluation.

    Duties

    Provides guidance and consultation to program leadership in research and evaluation of program design and delivery of acute care services across VCH, PHSA, and PHC.
    Leads planning, research, evaluation, and process and outcome measurement of acute care services and initiatives. Works collaboratively with program Managers and teams to assess, determine, and/or define required information to satisfy specific business requirements. Works with existing and external data sources, as well as, develops new collection processes.
    Designs a practical evaluation model that integrates monitoring, self-assessment, planning and evaluation of program or health services (process and outcome measures).
    Serves as a consultant to colleagues and works in collaboration with other members of the CST and health organizations to make evidence-based recommendations regarding potential changes to programs, delivery of care and impacts on services and staff resources.
    Works collaboratively with programs to support the identification and development of meaningful performance and outcome measures.
    Coordinates and/or conducts evaluation and research projects through methods such as reviewing literature, designing methodology and tools, collecting, compiling, analyzing, interpreting, and reporting data.
    Facilitates the development, implementation, and maintenance of an ongoing evaluation process for programs.
    Provides clearly written interpretive reports based on quantitative and qualitative evaluation analysis to leadership.
    Attends meetings on behalf of the CST Evaluation Lead to offer support, guidance, and expertise to others undertaking evaluation processes.
    Serves as a subject matter expert on best practices related to program evaluation, assessment, monitoring, study design, and research methodologies. Provides guidance to designated program research staff as required.
    Performs other related duties as assigned.


  • 10 Jul 2017 17:06 | Anonymous

    The Population Health Observatory at Fraser Health is looking for a skilled program evaluation specialist to join our team. The Evaluation Specialist will report to the Manager, Population Health Observatory, and will provide expert consultation, advice, direction and support to the Population & Public Health (PPH) leadership regarding program evaluation planning and implementation.  The Observatory carries out its work in close collaboration with front-line staff, senior management, medical health officers and community and external partners. The collaborative and integrated nature of our work offers evaluators an enriching professional environment with diverse projects.

    Potential current portfolio areas for the position include: an evaluation of the community based overdose prevention response across Fraser Health along with evaluations associated with collaborative Healthier Community Partnership tables. Due to the integrated and local nature of our health authority, the evaluators on our team have an opportunity to design and implement evaluation projects and see their findings influence service design at both operational and strategic levels.

    Fraser Health is the most populous, diverse and fastest growing health authority in British Columbia with responsibility for the acute care, home care and public health needs of approximately 1.7 million residents across 22 municipalities, including the majority of the residents and municipalities in Metro Vancouver region. The region is home to 40% of new immigrants and over 80% of refugees in BC. The Population Health Observatory supports PPH by conducting health assessment and disease surveillance, quality and performance measurement, and applied research and evaluation.

    CLICK HERE for details and to apply.


  • 01 Oct 2016 13:53 | Anonymous

    Please submit!

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