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Opportunity - Curating for Change - Freelance Consultant Evaluator

Screen South wishes to appoint an external evaluator in order to undertake consultancy activity to develop an evaluation strategy for the proposed Curating for Change project. We are seeking to recruit a freelance external evaluator to work with us during the development phase of our project, collecting baseline data and developing an agreed strategy and monitoring mechanisms to be used during the delivery phase.

Curating for Change: D/deaf and Disabled People Leading within Museums, will tackle the serious under representation of disabled people working within the museum sector through a curatorial led targeted work placement programme, peer to peer mentoring and sector wide forums.

Screen South have recently been awarded £116,400 from National Lottery Heritage Fund to undertake a development phase for the project.  Part of this development will include producing a digital engagement strategy for the delivery phase of Curating for Change.

The freelance Evaluator will provide an independent perspective and expertise in advising on how best to collect baseline data and will in response to this and consultation work will create a full Evaluation Strategy.

The Theory of Change is available to download. Please read this before making your application.

The role will run from July 2020 through to February 2021.

Applicants are required to send a CV with covering letter in which they outline how they would address the brief.

Deadline for applications: Monday 22nd June 2020

For the full brief, person specification and how to apply, please download the brief document at the bottom of the page.

Alternatively you can email to request application materials in other formats.

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