Evaluator

Evaluator

Ongoing role
J97556
At a glance

Skills

  • Data protection / GDPR
  • Safeguarding
  • Data analysis
  • Market research
  • Research (qualitative / quantitative)
  • User research

Where

London, WC1B 3NQ
Mainly at home

Time

Mostly outside office hours Estimate of time needed:
1-3 hours / week

Visitors from Fifth Day

Welcome to Reach Volunteering. We are a community and registered charity that connects people, skills and good causes.

To apply for this role, and any other on our platform, you need to be based in the UK, have at least three years of experience using the skills you wish to volunteer in a professional capacity or have lived experience (for trustee roles). Read more about our criteria.

Evaluate our sessions and to find out what our community would like.

What will you be doing?

  • Finding out what workshops/sessions people would like to attend
  • Gathering feedback at the end of workshops/sessions
  • Finding creative and accessible ways to support attendees to give constructed feedback¬†
  • To collate evaluation findings for our annual reports and for funding applications

What are we looking for?

Evaluation and knowledge in accessible evaluation

What difference will you make?

Dyspraxic Me offers dyspraxic young people the chance to take part in a series of workshops that help them develop useful skills for adulthood for example cooking, sports and social skills. Participants help to inform the sessions by having opportunities to suggest what sessions they would like to attend and would find beneficial. Sessions have included cooking, cycling, social skills, employability skills and art; we usually organise a social picnic each year. Every year we organise events for Dyspraxia Awareness Week to raise awareness of dyspraxia.

Dyspraxic Me started in June 2013 and has been delivering workshops since February 2014. Dyspraxic Me is a trustee volunteer run registered charity with 5 trustees including the founder of the group. Trustees and volunteers play an active role in the daily running of the charity. Dyspraxic Me has plans to grow to support more dyspraxic people.

Before you apply

Please contact us via Reach with any questions. Interviews will be an informal Zoom chat with founder and another trustee.

Causes
  • Campaigning
  • Learning disabilities / difficulties
  • Voluntary sector support
  • Young people
  • Organisation type: 
    Charity

    Dyspraxic Me is a peer group for young dyspraxic adults. Presently we meet monthly in London (usually in Lambeth) and take part in a wide range of activities that people with dyspraxia might find...