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Internal Program Evaluator, Hawkins Grant

Company:
National Louis University
Job Location:
Wheeling, 60090
Category:
Sponsored Programs, Grants, and Contracts
Type:
Full-Time

The Internal Program Evaluator (Hawkins Grant) will monitor, report, and connect data to program implementation strategies. Responsibilities include supporting project leadership in developing systems of shared data with Hawkins partners; coordinating internal data on project implementation and impact; preparing and share regular internal reviews of Hawkins program. This position is grant-funded through Dec 31, 2026.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Develop data collection mechanisms; including but not limited to surveys, focus groups, assessment tools, and other instruments to effectively track the implementation and impact of strategies and practices for each grant activity / objective; including collaborating with the program director to complete the DoE Annual Performance and Results report
  • Create and manage assessments to measure student knowledge, skills, and dispositions within their placements.
  • Ensure accurate compliance reporting for quarterly and annual grant report.
  • Create and publish reports to be disseminated and presented to key stakeholders, including conferences and publications.
  • Conducts literature and research reviews of relevant topics to provide a summary and synthesis of these resources for the team.
  • Additional duties as assigned.

Qualifications, Skills, & Competencies:

  • Master's degree in Education, Curriculum and Instructor, Teacher Preparation or other related field.
  • 3-5 years of experience with data collection and analysis.
  • 1-3 years of experience developing reports for publication or presentations.
  • 1-3 years of experience with support grant goals and outcomes.
  • Interpersonal skills: Shows genuine sensitivity to the needs, feelings and capabilities of other people. Deals with others in a pleasant manner. Treats others with respect and consideration.
  • Teamwork: Is an effective team player who adds complementary skills and contributes valuable ideas, opinions and feedback. Communicates in an open and candid manner and can be counted upon to fulfill any commitments made to others on the team.
  • Flexibility: Adjusts quickly and effectively to changing conditions and demands. Discusses change as a necessary and inevitable aspect of organizational life as well as an opportunity to learn new things. Has a similar view and approach to potentially stressful situations. Invests personal energy toward accepting and adapting to change that others use toward resisting or resenting it. 
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