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Monitoring and Evaluation Officer


Hours: 16 hours per week
Salary: £27,105 pro-rata
Location: Devon and Cornwall

We are hiring an experienced Monitoring and Evaluation Officer who can help us report our impact to funders more effectively and efficiently.

This is a great opportunity to make a difference and use your skills to support people experiencing the Justice System.

What we do

Our system does not always address the root causes of crime. As a result, anyone can end up at court alone, feeling powerless, trapped and terrified. CASS+ is independent of the system, perfectly-placed inside the courts in Exeter, Newton Abbot, Plymouth, Bodmin and Truro. We listen and give free practical advice; emotional support; and ongoing help for as long as people want.

What you will do

You will be joining us at a very exciting time as we grow our service and team. This is a new role, designed to enable a better understanding of complex statistical data, impact analysis and the stories behind the numbers. You will take the lead on the production of our impact reports and data interpretation and report to funders by accurately representing our service and the experiences of our clients.

You will use our database (Lamplight) to ensure the quality of the data collected supports improvements to enhance our approach to data capture and interpretation.

In order to do this, you will be out and about visiting our teams inside the Magistrates’ Courts in Exeter, Newton Abbot, Plymouth, Bodmin and Truro, so you will need a driving licence and your own transport.

Our beliefs drive us

To sum it up, we are passionate about reducing the risk of re-offending. As a result, you will be part of a dedicated, friendly and knowledgeable team of staff and volunteers guiding people towards positive futures.

We are hiring

Please get in touch if…

… you have experience of designing monitoring and evaluation policies, systems, tools and processes

… you understand how to use a database to collate and analyse outcomes and impact data

… you can prepare data reports to demonstrate our impact to funders

… you have extensive experience of working with complex data, and

… you have strong problem-solving skills, a meticulous approach and high levels of accuracy

Join our team

Above all, you will be joining a great team determined to find creative solutions for people facing many disadvantages.

Click to find out more information about the role

Please download the application form here and return to [email protected].

Applications must be received by 5pm on Wednesday 31st August 2023.

Interviews on Monday 4th September 2023.

If you need to know more, please do not hesitate to contact [email protected] or call 07539 837115.

We look forward to hearing from you.