Empowerment Evaluator

Job Type: 
Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence
FLSA Status: 
Friday, March 29, 2013

We are seeking a full-time Empowerment Evaluator. Empowerment Evaluation is somewhat of a unique paradigm of evaluation that not all evaluators agree with or are capable of. Commitment to empowerment evaluation will be a success factor. This person will assist the Idaho Coalition and the local Coordinated Community Response in an empowerment evaluation to increase the likelihood that we will build our organizational capacities to implement and evaluate an Intimate Partner Violence primary prevention strategy that addresses the structural determinates of health at the societal and community levels of the social-ecological model. The Empowerment Evaluator will provide the Idaho Coalition and its partners, tools for assessing the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the primary prevention strategy developed, as well as mainstream the evaluation as part of the planning and management of the Idaho Coalition. The successful candidate will be knowledgeable about the CDC’s seven step empowerment evaluation approach will be used as a frame of reference to guide the work.

1. Minimum: Master’s degree (Ph.D. preferred) in public health, public policy, psychology, social work, or related field. 2. A minimum of 3 years (5 years preferred) of evaluation experience, preferably with specific experience working with organizations committed to ending violence against women and/or working with organizations focused on primary prevention activities. 3. Course work in statistics and research methods and proficiency in using statistical database software. 4. Knowledge of assessment techniques including surveys, interviews, observations, and focus groups. 5. Excellent oral and written communication skills, with experience training adults. 6. Congenial personality and ability to form strong working relationships with many diverse groups.
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