Well-City Salisbury is a project about wellbeing, creativity and connection. Connecting people to the arts, heritage, locality, landscape and to each other.
We are seeking a critical friend to facilitate a Theory of Change model and to monitor and evaluate the impact and legacy of a significant community engagement, learning and wellbeing project.
As our Theory of Change Facilitator, you will support the four project partners to solidify their understanding, aims and outcomes for the project. You will help us to define our long-term goals and to map the journey of change for the participants who will take part in the project
As our critical friend and Evaluator your primary deliverable will be to prepare a methodology for monitoring and evaluating the project and a timetable for data collection and evaluation deliverables. We seek to understand both the immediate and legacy impacts on participants, the community and partners. As our evaluator you will help us establish a framework to examine this as we deliver the project meeting defined aims and outcomes.
We are seeking somebody who is or has been a practitioner in the wellbeing/arts/heritage sector and who has significant experience of monitoring and evaluating community wellbeing engagement projects, perhaps with NL funding (heritage or community fund) experience.
The project will run for 3 years and is set to conclude at the end of the summer in 2024. In total we require 5 days with a Theory of Change Facilitator and 35 days of evaluation.
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If you’d like to work with Well-City Salisbury, please contact Leigh Chalmers for further details, or submit your expression of interest, CV and fee by Monday 21 June. We will make our decision by early July order that we can start working together from July/August 2021.
Applications can be made to:
Leigh Chalmers, Heritage Inclusion Development Specialist email@example.com 07874 886903