Volunteer PROGRAM CURRICULUM CREATORS

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ORGANIZATION: Women of Color on the Move

Department: Learning and Evaluation

Title:Volunteer PROGRAM CURRICULUM CREATORS

Part time 10-15 hours a week

Women of Color On The Move is a

Principal Duties

  • Work in close cooperation with Chief Program Officer and Vice President of Program to update and maintain WOCOTM performance management infrastructure, including the use of Program Curriculum and evaluation of each WOCOTM

  • Design or modify specific data collection instruments for each WOCOTM program such as pre/post-tests, surveys, assessments, interview guides, and focus group protocols.

  • Analyze collected output, attendance/dosage, and outcome data and prepare reports for internal use and external distribution summarizing analyzed results. Disseminate evaluation results to WOCOTM partners, including federal and municipal agencies, foundations, community organizations, and youth, including pop-ups

  • Act as liaison between WOCOTM and all external evaluation projects and organizations.

  • Work closely with WOCOTM’s Development / Fundraising Office to provide outcome information for proposal writing and author text for evaluation plans and logic models.

  • Represent WOCOTM regularly present/speak on WOCOTM’s evaluation and performance management work to a variety of audiences (existing and potential funders, government officials, foundations, etc.);

  • Supervise team of Learning and Evaluation Specialists and Assistants and ensure smooth operation of the Learning and Evaluation Division, including identifying and overseeing professional development opportunities.

  • Promote a culture of reflection, learning, and data-based decision making among WOCOTM staff and

Requirements

  • Bachelors or master’s degree in public policy, public administration, public affairs, sociology, history, social work or related field that includes background on research and evaluation, outcome measurement, or

  • A minimum of two years' experience in performance management, evaluation, or related research

  • Experience working with databases, performance management systems, or other data collection systems. Experience with Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) strongly preferred, including Microsoft 365 and zoom.

  • Experience completing research, evaluation, or performance management projects in one or more of

WOCOTM’s primary service and outcome areas: academic enrichment, employment and workforce training, housing for homeless / foster care youth, substance abuse and mental health treatment, gang prevention and intervention, or general youth development.

  • Prior experience managing or overseeing research, evaluation, or performance management projects. This should include experience supervising staff, project budgeting and planning, and managing workflow.

  • Complete criminal record clearance and medical clearance upon

Preferred Skills

  • Fluency in written and spoken Fluency in written and spoken Spanish preferred. Experience translating documents from English to Spanish is also preferred.
  • Very strong general computer
  • Excellent organizational and communication (verbal and written)
  • Extensive experience with spreadsheets, including use of Microsoft Ability to work with databases, (such as Microsoft Access) and experience with statistical analysis packages, including SPSS.
  • Ability to design, modify, or administer written assessment instruments (pre/post tests and surveys) on youth development topics.
  • Ability to provide ongoing staff training on data collection methods, evaluation concepts, and use of computers for data entry.
  • Experience in design and modification of program logic models / theory of change models (or similar planning documentation).
  • Ability to deal effectively with a wide range of individuals and
  • Ability to oversee or assist in the completion of focus groups with youth and adult Ability to conduct focus groups in Spanish preferred.

Supervision

This position reports directly to the WOCOTM’s Chief of Programs and Vice President of Operations

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About Women of Color on the Move

Location:

7902 Gerber Road # 259, Sacramento, CA 95828, US

Mission Statement

Women of Color On The Move is committed to helping women succeed and soar in their many responsibilities to themselves, their families and their community.

Description

We are lucky to live in a diverse community. However, even though every person is unique and valuable, we often see members of our community put down for their most inherent traits. We strive to recognize these qualities and value them for what they are: wonderful.

Specifically, women of color are often told to back down and blend in. We say to stand tall and be outstanding. Be your marvelous self and show the world how great you are. Your race, gender and other traits are things to celebrate and be proud of. Never listen to anyone who wants to degrade you for them.

We seek solutions to our nation’s health and economic crisis’ proactively and in real time.

We seek to engage women as informed and active agents in the political arena to affect legislation, policy and our lives.

We aspire to make our voices resonant, respected and effective as we speak to the challenges that confront us individually and collectively.

We pledge to share information to be knowledgeable advocates, and to embrace each other in our myriad journey of growth and self-improvement

CAUSE AREAS

Children & Youth
Community
Women
Children & Youth, Community, Women

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • General Education
  • Youth Services
  • Crisis Intervention
  • CSR / Volunteer Coordination
  • Community Outreach
  • Resource Development / Management

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Willing to donate 10-15 hours a week commitment 6 months to one year
  • Please see Volunteer Handbook and applicationhttps://forms.office.com/Pages/DesignPageV2.aspx?subpage=design&FormId=9RThIy-c2Eu6o2BPhxXj1uG9vopGwWhFuUQqAgGgzaNUMzU3UEtKWkVCUlBZSTBBTjlTWjRNQU9USi4u&Token=8734c088e04b44468b7b9a7256ed7ece

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