20hr/4x5h/week – £20k plus pension
APPLICATION DETAILS AT THE END. DEADLINE 6PM ON 13TH AUGUST 2021. START DATE TBC.
We are looking for an experienced monitoring & evaluation officer to help us to measure the impact of our Hate Crime Project that is supported by The National Lottery Community Fund.
This is a completely new role, that would suit someone looking to further their experience in project management and data analysis.
We need someone who can design methods of evaluation and adapt our database for this purpose in order and to create reports to show, for example, what difference we are making to our client’s wellbeing and resilience, in the service we offer.
You would be working closely with the two Hate Crime Co-ordinators, and the Director as well as our many volunteers to ensure the project meets its outputs and outcomes and reporting timelines.
The Project covers all strands (also referred to as protected characteristics) of hate crime which includes homophobic, race, faith, disability, gender identity, and transgender within the three boroughs of Ealing, Hounslow, and Hillingdon and builds on the success of a previous project in Ealing. It involves the processing of hate crime enquiries, supporting and advising victims, liaising with the police, building a network within the three boroughs of stakeholders and law enforcement and other support groups, and managing caseloads where further work is required.
The aim is to increase reporting and resilience for victims of hate crime, and reduce isolation and vulnerability caused by being targeted because of the victim’s particular protected characteristic.
See below for job description.
West London Equality Centre has as its aim equality and human rights for all. We give free legal advice to local people from all walks of life, regardless of race, disability, gender, reassignment, sexual orientation, faith, national origins, caste, in areas such as discrimination, housing, employment, family, contract & welfare.
We are a growing local charity with 8 paid staff and a wide range of volunteers, many of whom are current or former students of law at the University of West London with whom we have a close working relationship. All staff were volunteers once.
- Coordinate the various project activities to ensure they contribute to the aims of the project
- Match project to outcomes and outputs and design methods for measuring
- Adjust our client database to accurately record data
- Use client data to prepare reports
- Assess the effectiveness of our partnerships
- Suggest improvements to our network
- Educate staff about the role of evaluation and monitoring and ensure all our information is accurately recorded
- Experience of data collection system design and management
- Report writing
- Project management experience
- Local knowledge would be an advantage
- Awareness of the need for confidentiality is essential
- Ability to be sympathetic to the client’s situation is important
- Good written and spoken English
- Team working skills
- Clean enhanced DBS required (which we will carry out)
- Valid permission to work in the UK
- Office based, with some travel around the 3 boroughs
- Limited scope to work from home
- Travel expenses will be paid (using public transport)
WLEC is an equal opportunities employer, and we carry the disability confident tick.
TO APPLY PLEASE CONTACT ADMIN@WLEC.NET TO REQUEST AN APPLICATION FORM. THE DEADLINE IS 13TH AUGUST 2021 6PM.