We are looking for a highly skilled External Evaluator to join our team on a temporary basis. The role will be working with our APS Music programme in Gloucestershire. We’re particular keen to hear from those who have worked around music and APS or similar and especially with diverse and marginalised groups to evaluate an ambitious new R&D programme funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
The project is part of an established creative programme of community and educational work in music that reaches around 3000 young people each year to support their personal, social, emotional and musical development.
The role of the External Evaluator is to evaluate the project in line with The Music Works’ evaluation requirements. This includes conducting interviews, collating/analysing information and writing evaluation reports. This is a freelance contract and spreads over approximately 18 days across the 20-month project period.
There is a parallel role for the development of a theory of change, and we’re happy to consider candidates who would like to deliver either one of the strands or to deliver both. The role will require travel in and around Gloucestershire to face to face meetings as well as some online meetings and workshops.
Job title: External evaluator, The Music Works, APS music programme
Closes: 11th October 2021
Paid Contract: £7,200 c. 18 days across 20 months.
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