People’s History Museum will close on Sunday 31 December 2023 and re-open on Thursday 1 February 2024 so that it can carry out further work as part of the Welcome Project at PHM, which stems from the museum’s vision to be an exemplar for accessibility.Find out more
We require an external evaluator to create a robust evaluation framework that we can use during this project and in the long term. The framework will enable us to develop new sessions during the testing period and capture their impact. The evaluation will include formative and summative evaluation, allowing us to make changes during the project to ensure maximum impact, and will generate a final report to circulate to stakeholders and funders.
Participatory research will be embedded, and evaluation methods will be inclusive and accessible ensuring everyone can participate. Evaluation methods and templates will be designed to be used beyond the project, for PHM staff to continue to monitor the impact of new programmes developed. We expect an evaluator to apply varied evaluation methods, mapping high quality data from different sources. New, creative methods of capturing evaluation from all stakeholders will be of great interest.
The evaluation will:
Please submit an expression of interest as a PDF, with the following information to Jackie Royle, Finance & Operations Officer at email@example.com by 5.00pm on Tuesday 2 May 2023. If you’d prefer to submit an audio or video recording, you can do.
Interviews will be held in person at PHM in the week beginning Tuesday 9 May 2023.
Each application will be assessed against the criteria for the role detailed above. If you have any questions regarding your application, or would like to arrange a chat to discuss the role, please contact Antonia Canal, Programme & Engagement Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PHM prides itself on being a welcoming and inclusive organisation, profoundly committed to advancing equality and diversity in the broadest sense. We highly value the benefits that diverse perspectives bring to PHM’s mission.
We recognise the museum currently underrepresents people of colour, disabled people, LGBTQI+ people and those with intersecting identities in our workforce; PHM is actively working to address this and encourages applications from these backgrounds. While the successful candidate will be selected purely on merit, in the event of a tie between two candidates with equal experience, we may select a candidate who helps us better represent the communities the museum serves.