We’re looking for emerging leaders who are passionate about strengthening capacity in local communities to sustain powerful grassroots movements for social change at the local, state and federal levels!
Black Voters Matter is seeking a Program Evaluator who will be responsible for providing support to BVM. This position will be responsible for creating methods to evaluate our internal programming quantitatively and qualitatively.
- Perform basic data analysis to extract usable information from administered survey responses
- Create and execute experiments by coordinating with data team and external partners
- Create evaluation surveys
- Create and submits timely reports to senior leadership assessing BVM’s progress in meeting programmatic goals
- Create and submit timely reports to the development team to assist with grant reports
- Bachelor’s degree with strong quantitative skills or 3-5 years related experience and/or training
- Basic knowledge of statistics, data analytics, and quantitative research
- High level of attention to detail
- Deadline driven and able to produce high-quality work and reports
- Excellent written and verbal communication
- Proficient with Microsoft Office products, particularly Word, PowerPoint and Excel
- Basic knowledge of statistics and quantitative research
This position reports to: Analytics Director
Travel Requirements: Ability and willingness to travel approximately 0% of the time.
Salary & benefits: Competitive pay depending on experience, plus unlimited PTO, health, dental, vision and life benefits.
Our goal is to increase power in marginalized, predominantly Black communities. We agree with the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. when he said, “Power at its best is love implementing the demands of justice, and justice at its best is power correcting everything that stands against love.” We operate with the following 5 core beliefs:
- The key to effective civic engagement and community power is understanding, respecting and supporting local infrastructure.
- Black voters matter not only on election day, but on all 365 days of the year. This means we must support individuals and organizations that are striving to obtain social justice throughout the year.
- Black voters matter *everywhere*, including rural counties and smaller cities/towns that are often ignored by candidates, elected officials, political parties and the media.
- In order for Black voters to matter, we must utilize authentic messaging which speaks to our issues, connects with our hopes and affirms our humanity.
- The leadership, talent and commitment demonstrated by Black women in particular must receive recognition and, more importantly, *investment* in order to flourish and multiply.
This position also supports BVM Capacity Building Institute (BVM), an affiliated 501(c)(3) organization. While motivated by the same core values – power building, equity and justice – BVM and BVMF operate independently of one another and each organization has its own board of directors.
BVM is an equal opportunity employer. BVM prohibits unlawful discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, age, national origin, genetic characteristics, disability, status as a special disabled veteran or veteran, marital status, sexual orientation, sexual identity or any other basis prohibited by law.