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To develop and grow the team we're always looking for new people to join us in inspiring the next generation of young people.

Young Enterprise is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).



Evaluation Officer

Fixed-term for 12 months 

Full-time 37.5 hours per week

Salary up to £23,275 pa

Based in London

Young Enterprise is the UK’s leading enterprise and financial education charity that empowers young people to harness their personal and business skills. We believe that young people should be given the best chance for a rewarding future in work and life – no matter where they start their journey.

We are now seeking an ambitious and tenacious Evaluation Officer to assist in supporting YE to measure the impact of our programmes and projects.

Supported by the Data Analysis and Insights Manager, you will undertake evaluation activities that provide YE with the evidence required to measure the impact of our programmes.

As the successful post holder, you will have knowledge and experience of social research methods (e.g. questionnaire design, interviews and focus groups) and statistical analysis techniques. You will have excellent verbal and written skills and great ideas on how to communicate complex information in a clear and engaging way.

The role requires a proactive and organised approach, to help ensure all our data is accurate, and that reports are delivered within deadlines. Excellent computer literacy and Excel skills are essential. Knowledge of deprivation metrics (e.g. Index of Multiple Deprivation and Free School meals) used in education related research would be considered a plus.

To apply, please email an up-to-date CV with a supporting statement to [email protected] by Friday 22nd February. Interviews will take place on Wednesday 13th March 2019 in London.

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