Impact Evaluation Advisor (1875)
Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty.
Do you have experience in designing, conducting, and managing high-quality, theory-based impact evaluations?
Do you have experience providing support to country teams to generate evidence through impact evaluations and supporting the use of emerging evidence?
Do you want to be part of integrating a feminist, anti-racist lens and shifting power in evaluation practice?
If your answer is yes, then would like to hear from you.
Oxfam Great Britain is looking for an Impact Evaluation Advisor to provide strategic and technical advice on design and implementation of impact evaluations. The role plays a key role in supporting and enhancing our efforts to rigorously evaluate and evidence the impact of Oxfam’s work across the globe, while upholding our decolonial feminist values. The Impact Evaluation Advisor will support impact evaluation design and delivery, provide leadership in the development and strengthening of impact evaluation approaches, and maximize opportunities for impact evaluation results to inform decision-making and enhance programme learning. The postholder will co-facilitate learning and reflection bringing in experiences and lessons from impact evaluations.
What we are looking for:
Our nextImpact Evaluation Advisor will have excellent technical knowledge of impact evaluation methods and approaches, excellent cross-cultural communication skills and a high level of analytical and strategic thinking. The advisor will have in-depth experience delivering impact evaluations in partnership with teammates and colleagues around the world, appreciating and complementing their thematic, contextual and/ or programmatic expertise. The postholder will have solid experience with feminist leadership. They will have a good understanding, commitment to and ideally experience with embedding decolonial, safe, anti-racist, intersectional feminist, and partner-led approach in their work.
This role will give you an opportunity to work on critical issues of our time that capture global attention globally, presented in fresh ways and influencing policy and programming. You will be able to innovate methodologically, particularly on impact evidence generation and use, and work across different geographies and organisations with passionate colleagues. You will be work as part of an evidence team in OGB, and work closely with global, regional and country colleagues, to impact critical global challenges. You will be able to model impact evaluations that support power shifts away from mainstream voices and approaches.