Job posting: Program Evaluation Analyst

The Gender and Sexual Health Initiative is looking for a Program Evaluation Analyst for the Sex Workers’ Rights are Human Rights: Community-based HIV and Hepatitis C interventions for prevention, increased care access and stigma reduction project. This is a five-year project funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and delivered by the Vancouver Sex Work Community Alliance (“the Community Alliance”), consisting of the Gender & Sexual Health Initiative, Sex Workers United Against Violence, Health Initiative for Men Society (HUSTLE), SWAN Vancouver Society, and WISH Drop-In Centre Society. The overall goal of this project is to reduce stigma and address systemic barriers to safe, accessible health and social services and supports among sex workers.

 

The Program Evaluation Analyst will:

  • Conceptualize, develop and implement evaluation frameworks using qualitative
    and quantitative research methods
  • Determine program performance measures through the use of theories, statistical
    and mathematical models, and program evaluation techniques
  • Monitor and evaluate the quality and integrity of data, by reviewing evaluation
    methodologies used in the generation of program evaluation statistics, and identify
    and resolve issues
  • Prepare comprehensive reports documenting conclusions, observations and recommendations
    for the Community Alliance
  • Conduct and participate in briefings with the Community Alliance to gain consensus
    on program evaluation recommendations

 

Deliverables include:

  • Evaluation Workplan including evaluation tools, clear methodology and timeline
  • Evaluation budget
  • Annual Interim Project Evaluation Reports
  • Final End of Project Evaluation Report

 

To read the full description, desired skills and competencies, compensation and application information, please see posting on the GSHI website.