Evaluation Assistant

Remote, with a preference for candidates in Atlanta, GA, Durham, NC, or Cleveland, OH

Job Type

Full Time, Contract

About the Role

The Center is looking for an evaluation assistant. This is a consultant position with the potential to become full-time permanent. The position is currently hybrid. The position is based in Durham, NC - although working from home is optional and based upon management discretion.  There are no leave or other benefits offered for consultant positions. The number of days to work on-site is subject to change. 
Hourly Rate: $32.00 to $35.00 (Hourly Rates are based on education, experience, equity, and budget)
The purpose of this position is to assist in the evaluation of programs.  It will work with staff to track program activities and monitor performance on key metrics and grant deliverables.  The position will support the development of program reports on interventions, services, and overall program outcomes. This position will help design studies, surveys, in support of project reporting, operational reporting, and quantitative analyses.  The monitoring duties are to be performed utilizing internal business procedures which outline the details and the processes to be followed. A big part of this job is the ability to write and/or collect data. This position reports to the Evaluation Director.  This position may also support other administrative and processing functions within the department as needed. Occasional travel for meetings with project stakeholders may be required.

Job Duties:
Attention to detail and professionalism is an important component of this job. Qualified applicants must document on the application that they possess all the following:
• General knowledge of public health, health disparities, and health equity.
• Ability to work effectively in a team environment.
• Demonstrated computer skills in Excel, Word, PPT, and database entry
• Ability to collect, clean, and analyze data necessary to report associated performance measures.
• Ability to coordinate meetings and take meeting notes.
• Ability to effectively communicate orally and through written documents.
• Assist program staff with analyzing and reporting evaluation results.
• Ability to create data reports and spreadsheets for internal and public information purposes.
• Provide evaluation consultation, technical assistance, and training to local, regional, and statewide staff and partners to measure grant performance measures as needed.
• Assist program staff and potentially program partners with compiling and submitting data by the deadline provided.
• Present performance measure findings, trends, and recommendations to associated program staff and key partners via PowerPoint presentations, reports, and graphics.
• Identify staff needs in the evaluation and help to access outside resources to enhance staff skills.
• Ability to collaborate with a diverse group of stakeholders.
• Ability to follow verbal and written instructions to perform duties in an accurate and timely manner.
• Ability to work independently with minimum supervision.
• Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks and priorities.


Education, Experience and Certifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health, Health Administration, or another related field. At least five years of experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

About the Company

We work to facilitate the implementation and promotion of comprehensive policies, community-led programs and culturally competent public health campaigns that benefit people of African descent.