Position: Director of Organizational Intelligence and Evaluation
Organization: Peer Health Exchange
Location: San Francisco, CA
The primary role of the Peer Health Exchange (PHE) Director of Organizational Intelligence and Evaluation (DOI) will be to lead PHE's analysis of internal operations to drive program improvements. The DOI will shape PHE’s infrastructure to facilitate accurate measurement, reporting, and analysis of their program work, creating a “data-rich ecosystem” in which managers and other key players actively use data to make decisions. As a key member of the Program Team, the DOI will formalize both summative evaluation to measure outcomes and formative "feedback loops" to provide staff with timely, reliable, and accessible data to maximize PHE’s effect on teens’ healthy decision-making and behaviors. The Director of Organizational Intelligence and Evaluation reports to the Vice President of Programs.
Develop standards for all evaluation projects and the qualitative/quantitative data collected
Lead requests for proposals (RFP's) and the selection of external evaluators for summative evaluations and analyses
Manage the development and refinement of a formative assessment “Program Learning System”
Lead the gradual creation of PHE’s “data rich ecosystem,” inspiring and coordinating staff and volunteers across the organization to collect reliable and complete data and use it in timely and opportune way
Lead development of training for all program staff so that they are equipped to meet standards for evaluation projects and data collection
Listen to and share knowledge with multiple constituents, including PHE city and national staff, college volunteers, and Board members in service of improving organizational effectiveness.
Manage annual and multi-year evaluation budget ($1m)
Peer Health Exchange is looking for a dynamic, creative individual who possesses:
An advanced degree in education, statistics, sociology, psychology, or closely related field or equivalent experience; must be tied to strong research and analysis experience.
Extensive knowledge of quantitative data collection and analysis, various evaluation methodologies, and different techniques for collecting and analyzing qualitative data; experience with evaluation of teen health behaviors preferred.
Familiarity with platforms and applications that facilitate collection, reporting, and use of data (e.g., Salesforce, SPSS, Excel).
Strong passion for PHE's mission to give teenagers the knowledge and skills needed to make healthy decisions and a deep understanding of the relationship between program evaluation and program development.
Experience developing accessible online data repositories and tools to empower employees and volunteers to enhance their effectiveness.
Experience in negotiating formal contracts and informal agreements with a variety of evaluation partners – from software companies to school districts.
Exceptional analytical skills and proven ability to extract meaningful conclusions from large amounts of information and tailoring it to various audiences.
Strong project management, planning and communication competencies.
A track record as an exceptional communicator, particularly in cross-cultural situations.
An independent and open-minded individual who values and appreciates diversity, input and collaboration from various constituencies.
The ability to work in an entrepreneurial, fast-paced, and growing organization.
Compensation and Benefits:
Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Peer Health Exchange has engaged Koya Leadership Partners to help in this hire. Please submit a compelling cover letter and resume to Rebecca Brodish via our online application portal: https://koya.refineapp.com/jobPosting/apply/606
Peer Health Exchange is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from people of color, persons with disabilities, women, and LGBT applicants.
About Peer Health Exchange:
Peer Health Exchange (PHE) is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to give teenagers the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy decisions. PHE does this by training college students to teach a comprehensive health curriculum in public high schools that lack health education. Since its founding in 2003, the organization has trained over 4,000 college student volunteers to deliver effective health education to over 40,000 public high school students in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, and the San Francisco Bay Area. PHE is currently launching their next strategic plan, building off of their success to date and charting the course to increase their impact dramatically in the years ahead.
About Koya Leadership Partners:
Koya Leadership Partners is a national retained search and consulting firm that works exclusively with non-profits and social enterprises. We deliver measurable results, finding exceptionally talented people who truly fit the unique culture of our client organizations. For more information about Koya Leadership Partners, visit www.koyapartners.com.