Community Relations & Evaluation Coordinator P/T- Thornhill

Job Order ID:7223
Employment Type:Hourly Salary
Web Publication Date:2/8/2023
Number of Positions:1
Job Location:Thornhill
Job Function:

Our employer is growing and looking to fill a Community Relations & Evaluation position to coordinate and maintain strategic collaborations, grant writing, fundraising, and program evaluation for various social services programs. The Community Relations & Evaluation Coordinator focuses mainly on the housing and the food security programs; and can be tailored to the candidate with more focus on grants/fundraising or evaluation/research. University graduates with master’s degree are welcome to apply.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Program evaluation and research: plan and execute housing and food security program evaluation plan; update tools and indicators; conduct needs assessments and lit reviews; gather and analyze food insecurity data; supervise data collection and analyze monthly data; conduct analyzes and prepare reports for funders and management; take an active part in writing annual program evaluation reports.
  • Grant writing and fundraising: search, identify and prepare relevant requests for grants and funders; articulate and write proposals for funding; keep track of deadlines and reporting (government and private funders); initiate communication and actively recruit donors for gifts (up to $1000); work collaboratively with other team members for grant writing and fundraising tasks.
Job Requirement:

 

 

Qualifications:

  • Very high level of speaking, writing, reading English – a must
  • Master’s degree in a relevant disciple with a quantitative specialty – a must
  • Hebrew or Russian – a must
  • 1-5 years of program evaluation/research experience – a must (research assistance experience might be considered)
  • 1-5 years in grant writing/fundraising – a significant asset
  • Excellent computer orientation – Office and databases – a must
  • Strong partnership and collaboration skills – a must
  • Expert level user in a statistical software (i.e. SPSS, R) – a must