Social Impact Analyst
We’re looking for a data cruncher. Someone who makes sure we’re effectively using the data available to measure our social impact; both for our campaigns and for mobilising. Someone who also thinks strategically and enjoys working in a team.
Who Are We?
The Conservation Council of WA (CCWA) is Western Australia’s peak independent environment, conservation and sustainability organisation. With over 100 community-based member groups and tens of thousands of individual supporters across the state, we are a strong and effective voice for the environment and communities.
Role: Social Impact Analyst
Role Type: Unpaid Volunteer Role
Location: CCWA office, City West Lotteries House, 2 Delhi Street, West Perth.
Hours: 0.2 FTE (One day a week), minimum 3 month commitment
What Would I Be Doing?
Collaborate with the CCWA staff and volunteer staff on collecting, presenting and analysing campaign & community organisers data.
Coordinate the compiling of key reports for internal and external parties + present ongoing tracking of programs at our monthly team meetings.
Maintain and update our CRM
Research and implement best practice for measuring social impact.
Who Should Apply?
You don’t have to be an expert, however we are looking for someone who:
Has some knowledge & experience in evaluation and/or social impact;
Has analytical and quantitative skills + data analysis;
Is willing to learn more and expand their knowledge on social impact measurement;
Has organisational skills and ability to work under pressure and manage competing deadlines;
Is flexible with their time and are available for meetings outside of hours ongoingly on a monthly basis;
Has the ability to adapt to the changing needs of the team and organisation;
Values integrity and has high levels of professionalism and attention to detail;
Works well within a team environment and enjoys working with likeminded people.
One day a week at the CCWA Office
Attendance to our monthly organisational team event
Willingness to take direction and feedback
Get In Touch
Please forward a cover letter of no more than 1 page telling us why you’d be good for the role, and a current CV of no more than 2 pages. Please send to Helen at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call 9420 7266 for more information.
Applications close on 11 March 2016, or when the right applicant is found.
PS. We value will over skill, determination over degrees, and passion over years of experience. If this sounds like you, please get in touch.