ULI’s Building Healthy Places team is seeking a consultant to support monitoring and evaluation activities for BHP’s program of work. The consultant will be responsible for advising in-house staff on evaluation design, data analysis, and performing various evaluation tasks. This includes select data collection and synthesis activities to inform process improvement and program impact as well as helping to build staff capacity for monitoring and evaluation. We are interested in better understanding what existing and potential data tells us about program impacts and opportunities, and in identifying other methods that can be used to measure medium-term and long-term outcomes. A key part of this role will involve helping the Initiative to identify and prioritize appropriate evaluation activities that can be integrated and standardized across all of BHP’s program of work.
The Consultant’s main tasks will include:
TASK 1: Review Existing Evaluation Approach
TASK 2: Analyze Evaluation Metrics and Summarize Findings for Selected Programs
TASK 3: Provide Recommendations on Overall Approach to Evaluation and Metrics
Proposals are due by December 6, 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org.