In collaboration with internal and external partners, the Research & Evaluation team leads Safe Horizon’s quality improvement initiatives and evaluation projects. Centering client dignity and empowerment, our work focuses on deepening our understanding of our impact and enhancing the organization’s anti-racism, trauma-informed and client-centered practices.
The Research & Evaluation Analyst reports to the Director of Research and Evaluation and collaborates with a team of approximately five Research and Evaluation staff. The Analyst works in collaboration with all Safe Horizon’s programs to support programs in building, enhancing, and evaluating our services.
Responsibilities: (no more than 15 bullets, prioritize core functions of the position)
Integrate a trauma-informed, client-centered approach, using an anti-oppressive lens, into your work with collaborators Safe Horizon staff and the clients.
Lead and support a variety of quality improvement, evaluation, and research projects in collaboration with Safe Horizon Research & Evaluation team, Safe Horizon staff and clients.
Set and maintain project timelines in coordination across Research and Evaluation team and agency.
Develop reports and presentations of research updates and findings; prepare user friendly tables, figures, and charts.
Conduct quantitative and qualitative data analyses containing confidential information.
Travel across city to engage staff and other stakeholders in a range of quality improvement, evaluation and research projects. Approximately 50% of the Analyst’s time is spent out of the office at Safe Horizon program sites or partner agencies.Up to 10% of the Analyst’s time is spent working evenings.
Qualifications: (includes education and professional experience)
1 year of experience supporting program evaluation and/or research required, preferably within a nonprofit, human service or government organization.
1 year of experience working with under served communities, preferably in the field of victim services.
A Bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required if other qualifications met.
Commitment to anti-racism, social justice and community empowerment.
Ability to build partnerships respectful of a community’s own knowledge, expertise, and experience.
Exceptional interpersonal skills with an ability to engage effectively with diverse personalities.
Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a rapidly changing and diverse environment.
Willingness to self-reflect and have an openness to feedback.
Excellent organizational skills, including a strong attention to detail and ability to maintain timelines.
Demonstrated success supporting multiple projects and priorities in a team-based environment.
Ability to visualize data, translating complex ideas into easy-to-understand products.
Comfort with quantitative and qualitative evaluation and research methods.
Excellent critical thinking and judgment.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, especially Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
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