Director of Impact & Evaluation

The Pop Culture Collaborative

Posted 20 days ago


Full Time
Remote-friendly
$120,000-$140,000

ABOUT THE ROLE:

Reporting to the Chief Strategy Officer and working as part of the organizational Innovations team, the Pop Culture Collaborative seeks a Director of Impact and Evaluation to oversee organizational and program evaluation strategy and implementation, as well as initiatives that demonstrate the pop culture narrative change field’s ability to transform the narrative waters towards a just and pluralist society.

This role will 1) design and oversee implementation of organizational and programmatic level evaluation strategy, including multiple grantmaking programs; 2) identify, develop, and manage deployment of evaluation and impact tools, participatory processes, systems, and/or staff/consultant teams to gather, reflect, share, and analyze data and insights; 3) work with a cross-team of fundraising, grantmaking, and storytelling staff to document and share impact evaluation analysis and recommendations via multiple storytelling and learning media products, tools, resourcing documents, and events, and represent the Collaborative’s impact and evaluation work publicly; 4) recruit and oversee a high-level, long-term consultant to further design, test, and finalize INCITE,* a beta, multi-pronged field and funder learning impact system for coordinated use by field members and philanthropic organizations to track the evolution and cascading impact of individual field members and the pop culture narrative change field over time.

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS

At least five-seven years of experience in measurement and evaluation efforts; designing and informing strategy; and developing and managing processes;

Increasing responsibility and/or leadership within narrative and/or philanthropic-related sectors

Increasing and/or in-depth knowledge of the pop culture narrative change field and culture change strategy practice.

Formal training and/or experience with grants and program impact evaluation.

The ability to understand quantitative data and qualitative insights; spotting patterns and synthesizing information into informative and compelling analysis and recommendations

Exceptional writing and editing skills

Experience curating and managing small teams, and working well with cross-organizational team members

Strong planning, high-level of organization, logistical and project management skills with the ability to proactively prioritize and advance multiple priorities/projects concurrently.

Expansive networks and deep and diverse relationships within the field of impact and evaluation

Clear communication skills that are adaptable to an array of audiences; ability to effectively communicate and collaborate across differences.

Ability to work productively and with self-directed discipline in a virtual environment.

Gratified by a role that works in service to the Collaborative’s programs, staff, and field

A strong sense of camaraderie, good natured attitude, instinct towards kindness, the ability to be formal or informal as the context requires, and a commitment to working hard.

BA/BS preferred.

This is a salaried position at an annual starting salary range of $120,000 to $140,000. This role is for full-time employment that includes the Collaborative’s benefits package: paid vacation, personal, and sick leave; standard health, dental, and vision; employer contributions to a 401k retirement account; parental/dependent leave; and a commuter transit benefit

About Us

The Pop Culture Collaborative (“the Collaborative”) is a first-of-its-kind philanthropic resource and funder learning community working to unleash the power of pop culture to transform the narrative landscape in America. The Pop Culture Collaborative organizes and deploys financial and other resources to support the pop culture narrative change field—led by and centering Black and Indigenous peoples, people of color, immigrants and refugees, and Muslim peoples, especially those who are women, queer, trans, nonbinary, and/or disabled—to transform narrative oceans and build narrative power at scale. The Collaborative’s northstar is the creation of a pluralist nation— in which hundreds of millions of people will live in a society in which a true majority of Americans—including our leaders and icons—identify and/or behave as pluralists. The Collaborative invests in growing narrative infrastructure, immersion and leadership and forges partnerships between the social justice sector and the entertainment, advertising, and media industries.

With the vision and backing of a bold set of philanthropic investors (“Managing Partners”) and other donors, in 2016 the Collaborative began grantmaking to advance this vital work–and accelerate the impact of artists, social justice advocates, culture change strategists, tech innovators, academics, and others to affect change through entertainment and narratives in mass media. In just 7 years, the Collaborative has scaffolded, resourced, and nurtured the pop culture for social change field from the ground up, and tested a powerhouse set of narrative change focused grantmaking and field-building strategies.

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