Monitoring and Evaluation Manager

Expiring today

Location Negotiable
£37,602 - £49,411
11 Oct 2016
26 Oct 2016
Full Time
Contract Type


Monitoring and Evaluation Manager

£37,602 - £49,411

Location negotiable

Assess the impact of £160m investment.

This is an exciting time of change for the construction industry. Housebuilders are responding to the need for a million new homes by 2020 and government reforms such as the apprenticeship levy are transforming the way skills training is delivered. The way we’re delivering our funding is changing too over the next five years to an evidence-based approach.

As the industry training board for the construction sector, we work with industry to encourage training, which helps build a safe, professional and fully qualified workforce. Now we need to monitor and evaluate the effect of our investments to government, the economy and industry, and that’s where you come in.

This highly strategic new role will see you gauging the impact of £160 million of investment. We’ll look to you to ensure that what employers have said is being delivered, is being delivered. You’ll then engage with our stakeholders and board to show them the impact of investment and develop case studies to go on the website. Ready to make your mark, you’ll be liaising with stakeholders at the highest level within our organisation and industry.

You’ll have the chance to make the role your own as you develop forms and processes to capture the impact of programmes, build our database and infrastructure and identify areas of need. Prove yourself in our fast-moving, constantly changing environment, and you’ll be given a lot of responsibility. This national role with lots of travel may be home based or based within one of our offices in London, Wales, Bircham Newton or Scotland.

Strong on analysis and presentation, you will ideally have a background in monitoring and evaluation. Perhaps you’re an Evaluation or Impact Manager within government or a large charity. You’ll definitely bring the strong communication skills and understanding to take analytics and present them in a user-friendly way to non-technical people. A background in construction would be desirable, but not essential. Drive and determination will be vital.

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Closing date: 26 October 2016.