WC1N London with hybrid working
Do you have experience of designing and developing impact frameworks? Do you want to use this experience to establish robust and effective impact and evaluation strategies at a large grant funder in children's health? If so, then we have the perfect opportunity for you.
The Impact Manager will support the Head of Impact to develop a framework for impact reporting to embed evidence from the outputs, outcomes and impact of our charitable activities into our decision making and all our communications, in an effective and innovative way. The role will lead on monitoring success against all our charitable expenditure, including research, as well as our wider organisational strategy.
About the Team
This exciting role sits within the Grants and Impact Department. The team are responsible for ensuring charitable funding supports high quality projects, for monitoring and evaluating funded projects, and providing support to fundraising teams with information on the projects the charity funds.
You will be a creative, dynamic and entrepreneurial self-starter with proven experience in developing and managing the implementation of impact and evaluation strategies. You will also be able to lead and deliver on large projects, with appropriate support, and work closely with important senior external and internal stakeholders.
Specifically, you will have:
An undergraduate degree in a relevant area, for example impact, evaluation, international development, public engagement, science; or equivalent experience
Experience of leading on designing and implementing impact evaluation frameworks and reporting
Ability to demonstrate an understanding of the impact of research and scientific communication, particularly for charitable organisations
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to establish good working relationships
About the Charity
Every day brings new challenges at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Every day, over 600 seriously ill children from across the UK arrive for life-changing treatments. Every day, young lives hang in the balance as patients, families and staff battle the most complex illnesses. And every day, the brightest minds come together to achieve pioneering medical breakthroughs that change the lives of thousands of children - and change the world. This extraordinary hospital has always depended on charitable support to give seriously ill children the best chance to fulfil their potential. Without donations, Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity can't help fund ground-breaking research, advanced equipment, child and family support services, and the rebuilding and refurbishment of wards and medical facilities. Our staff help to raise these vital funds for the hospital. A better future for seriously ill children starts with you.
Our Commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
We recognise that people from some backgrounds are under-represented in our workforce and across the wider Charity sector. In April 2021 we launched our ambitious three-year EDI strategy committing to becoming a more inclusive workforce, reflecting the diverse communities that we work with and for and demonstrating this through all our areas of work.
A more diverse workforce will enable us to deliver even more impact and we particularly encourage applications from communities which are under-represented in the charity. This includes people from Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority backgrounds, people with a disability, people who are LGBT+ or who are from less advantaged socioeconomic groups.
Further information on our EDI strategy can be found on our website.
Please refer to the full job description for full information.
How to apply
Please click on the apply button in the top right-hand corner where you will be taken to a short application form to complete. Closing date: October 29th.
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