Data and Evaluation Committee Member

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Minnesota Communities Caring for Children/Prevent Child Abuse Minnesota

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The primary purpose of the Data and Evaluation Committee is to measure the impact of MCCC programs and make recommendations on where MCCC should dedicate resources to make the highest impact. To help the executive leadership identify opportunities and decide priorities, the committee oversees:

  • Data collection systems and processes

  • Performance reporting

  • Data analysis and interpretation

  • Insights and recommendations

      1. Responsibilities of Data and Evaluation Committee

        1. Strategic: Refers to key capabilities and outputs that within themselves are mutually exclusive, yet collectively exhaustive enough to ensure that final outcome will unquestionably support PCAMN’s mission.

          1. Data Collection Systems: Identify gaps in current systems that capture key performance data and propose solutions to fill those gaps. Develop and/or revise survey instruments to collect information needed for evaluation.

          2. Data Collection Compliance: Ensure individuals responsible for inputting the data into the system fully understand the protocols to enter the data and the significance of the data they provide.

          3. Reporting: Develop recommendations on the Dashboards and other reports that the Executive Leadership and Board of Directors should receive on regular frequency to understand the work that MCCC/PCAMN does in order to further it’s mission.

          4. Analysis and Insights: Develop guidance for the analyses that will provide insights on the effectiveness of MCCC/PCAMN’s programs and provide recommendations on the key areas that require more focus and/or resources to increase the Impact that the organization intends to achieve through its programs.

        2. Operational

          1. Set annual work plans to assess committee priorities and responsibilities

          2. Assign volunteers to complete each task in their work plan

          3. Work with staff to assess program needs related to evaluation

          4. Identify and provide opportunities for staff education or training on data collection processes (as well as for any program volunteers or participants involved in data collection)

          5. Ensure that the voices of parents are solicited and heard as the committee carries out its responsibilities

          6. Share customer experience metrics with program staff on an ongoing basis to promote continual program improvement

          7. Bring forward issues and recommend evaluation adjustments or improvements to the Board for approval throughout the year

          8. Provide the Board of Directors with a formal written evaluation of MCCC’s impact at least annually to help guide decision making

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WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

709 University Ave WSaint Paul, MN 55104

(44.956055,-93.13032)
 

SKILLS

  • Resource Development / Management
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • SWOT / GAP Analysis
  • Market Research

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • 4 - 6 hours per month

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