The Impact & Evaluation Coordinator supports Komen Chicago’s comprehensive Mission programs. This position will provide the team in gathering, interpreting and summarizing complex data to help facilitate current and future programs. Strong measurement skills will be required to quantify the numerous components of efficiency, cost, outcomes and utilization, etc. In addition, s/he will help support strategic plans, Affiliate and funding priorities; assist in collaborative relationships with all stakeholders according to the goals and objectives of the organization. Lastly, s/he is responsible for managing the Affiliate’s bi-annual Community Profile report, also called a community needs assessment. This report specifically looks at breast health and breast cancer in our five-county service area. It is the document that drives the Affiliate strategy.
Data Collection & Analysis: Grant Programs
Gather and interpret data from grantee programs.
Analyze, interpret and communicate information and present results.
Prepare reports for stakeholders, including grantees, Komen staff, Komen board, internal and external communication, as requested.
Review qualitative/non-data quarterly reports and cross analyze with quantitative/data reports.
Develop and execute training for grantees on how to use the data collection system.
Provide technical support on data collection system for programs and staff.
Update and maintain data collection system for Komen grantees.
Be familiar with all funded programs; provide TA on data collection and grantee program development.
Project manage cross functional tasks that require coordination of multiple team members to deliver and maintain a quality product.
Develop a project plan identifying, in detail, the project team members, roles and responsibilities, and timelines.
Prepare Community Profile Action Plan according to Affiliate priorities.
Create a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for completing the Community Profile.
Maintain all records of data collected for each section.
Serve as the central contact person for all team members.
Assist in recruiting Qualitative data team members.
Work with the Community Profile team to identify appropriate participants and methods to collect data.
Lead team to develop recruitment letter/script, questionnaire script and questions for key informant interviews and focus groups.
Provide/assist with training for those conducting key informant interviews/focus groups or may be responsible for conducting interviews/focus groups.
Lead the team to develop appropriate survey based on type of data needed.
Guide determination of how many of each data collection method is required.
Lead the data analysis process and work with team to draw sound conclusions based on data and known limitations.
Maintain relationship with the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) by working in close partnership with the UIC Center for Excellence in Eliminating Disparities.
Develop reporting tool that can be used to generate quarterly reports for Board of Directors meetings.
Work with the Community Profile team to write the report.
Work with the Metropolitan Chicago Breast Cancer Task Force’s Quality Consortium project to obtain data.
Assist Manager of Mission Initiatives with implementing the Affiliate Priorities, per the 2011 Community Profile Report.
Assist Director of Community Programs and Partnerships to develop a plan to disseminate data to the community.
Serve as primary contact for PR consultant to ensure key stories are have accurate data.
Research potential partners for Komen Chicago within the 5-county service area.
Develop and maintain networks of organizations and individuals necessary for success of Komen’s Mission strategy.
Assist Director in identifying needs, challenges, potential solutions and opportunities for community partners and community organizations.
Assist Director in creating service area-wide Breast Cancer Coalitions.
Coordinate, attend and facilitate all Coalition meetings.
Serve as a Komen Chicago liaison in organizing potential coalition partners; assist in goal setting and deadline setting.
Bachelor’s degree in Statistics, Health Economics, Health Care Management, Health Informatics, Social Services, grants-related or other not-for profit-related field (master’s degree preferred).
Minimum three to five years of experience in not-for-profit management.
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
Actual project management experience.
Outstanding organizational and analytical skills and the ability to multi-task.
Proficient computer skills, including the Microsoft Office Suite.
Self-motivated, team player with the ability to meet deadlines, remain flexible and adjust to changing priorities.
Experience working with diverse populations.
The ability to work flexible hours, including travel to headquarters for training and occasional evenings and weekends as needed to meet Affiliate needs.
Must attend all Affiliate Signature Events.
Strong personal interest in Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s mission.
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