Learning & Evaluation Specialist, the Change.org Foundation

  • Foundation Team Global
  • Employee - FT
  • Delhi, India
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What drives impact in society?

How do movements grow? How do they change the way people think about issues?

We are looking for a Learning & Evaluation Specialist in India to lead a global initiative to evaluate the impact of movement-building. This framework will lead to new ways of driving impact on campaigns around the world.

The Change.org Foundation is a global non-profit that incubates movements. We support women in India to win campaigns on women's rights, we help people in Brazil affected by deforestation mobilise millions behind their cause.

We currently operate in 10 countries across Asia, Latin America and Europe, with plans to expand in the next year. We have a rich set of experiences and data from across our country programmes. You should be happiest when you are deeply listening to our staff in these countries, applying the work you do with team India to many different contexts, and bringing a fresh perspective to how we think about our impact.

This is an incredibly exciting time to join our team: we’ve already built a toolset that allows anyone with an internet connection – anywhere in the world – to start a campaign to make the world a better place. Now we are ready to massively increase our impact in India and in the Global South with a series of ambitious projects to help people to do extraordinary things.

Reporting to the global head of Impact & Learning, the Learning & Evaluation Specialist will embed within the India team on an innovative Women's Rights movement-building project. They will deliver strategic insights to the team.

Using this experience, you will help to build reports to communicate our data and learning more effectively across the organisation.


Here's what you'll do as part of our team in India:

  • Develop a comprehensive approach to measuring the impact of different interventions on the project, creating learning questions with the team and evaluating the Theory of Change
  • Work with the Training & Learning team to design an overall approach to their India training & community programme that generates strategic insights on the programme's impact
  • Develop and implement an Evaluation framework for the training & community-building programmes in India
  • Build systems for tracking the team's progress towards results, evaluating their impact and communicating what they are learning
  • Create an annual report on the learnings from the training & community programme, to be shared with externals
  • Monitor data Health Indicators and share insights with the team
  • Design and implement user research studies for the team.

With teams across Asia and the world you will:

  • Communicate our data and learning through reports - collecting, analysing and presenting our data for externals
  • Build a process for country teams to work with you on surfacing and presenting strategic insights from our evaluation work, for presenting to externals
  • Create a framework for quick and flexible user research and needs assessment, to help teams come up with new impactful projects
  • Develop best practices for measuring brand, narrative and sentiment analysis, using surveys and social listening
  • Work with the global head of Impact & Learning to assess best practices across the organisation, update our Theory of Change and communicate learnings with externals
  • On the global Foundation team, we have a strong culture of developing learning and data as a service to country teams. We expect this role to build strong relationships with country teams, travelling to spend time with them, understanding their context and proposing flexible systems that support their work.

And here are the skills & experience of an ideal candidate:

  • 5 years of experience in Learning & Evaluation work, especially if it relates to Measurement & Evaluation of social change campaigns
  • Experience with analytics, metrics and data-driven campaigning
  • Experience with measuring campaign and project outcomes in new, flexible or innovative ways, including qualitative assessment
  • A commitment to our goal of empowering people to create the change they want to see
  • An understanding of online and offline campaigning and how social movements intersect with technology and online communication platforms
  • Driven by a belief in the values and principles of citizen-led campaigning
  • Strong rapport-building and relationship skills, especially across diverse cultures
  • Fluent in English, so you can effectively participate in the global culture in the Foundation.

The role will be based in Delhi, India with opportunities to travel worldwide. We will also consider excellent candidates who are based in Bangalore.

If you are excited by this role, and by contributing your experience and ideas to this expanding team, we want to hear from you.

Please complete a cover letter of no more than 500 words, explaining how your experience is suited to the role and attach your CV by applying here.

Please apply as soon as possible - we will start talking with promising candidates on an ongoing basis. Deadline for applications: November 14th
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