Crossing Boundaries has done some incredible work over the years and is now looking to highlight success by identifying impact measurement tools. During this project the volunteer will need to liaise with the Manager, obtain background information, retrieve necessary documentation and identify key stakeholders in order to design a facilitation session.
The half day facilitation session should address identifying potential impacts of Crossing Boundaries services, and encouraging an agreement on the best way to monitor activities.
Once measurements and suitable monitoring methods have been agreed, the volunteer should hand over details of recording systems that will allow measuring impact to be sustainable.
It is desirable that the volunteer attend a meeting on 20th February at Westcliff-on-sea.
Time commitment: 4-5 days
Location: Essex, SS0 0RJ. After initial meeting, work can be carried out remotely.
Please read projectscope and if you feel you are able to offer your assistance please complete the application form and return along with your CV to email@example.com by Friday 16th February.
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The Crossing Boundaries project has come about because of a desire to see people more effectively supported and helped as they work their way through difficulties that come with interacting with statutory bodies. Crossing Boundaries aims to work across, and with, all statutory bodies to enable people to access resources and support they need in order to continue to be part of their community. Crossing Boundaries seeks to help people live their lives to the full and become part of a resilient community.
For further information about Crossing Boundaries please visit www.earlshall.com
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