More In Common
Operationalizing More in Common’s Impact Measurement
Having developed an ambitious metrics framework linked to their efforts to unite divided societies, More in Common is now looking to set up a best-in-class system for measuring and tracking the impact of their work.
More in Common need help setting up the right systems/dashboards to keep records of the impact of their work.
The charity are in the process of trying to set up Salesforce to do this. However they are not sure they have the right design and technical implementation skillset to do this in a way that will let us build a robust, but flexible and easy-to-use interface. This will be quite important for a) getting organizational adoption and buy-in from our colleagues and b) adapting to a complex and often changing field of work.
In terms of skills, we are ideally looking for someone who has database (preferably, but not necessarily, Salesforce) design/building experience. But more generally we need someone who can help us translate our static table of metrics/indicators into a dynamic process that enables us to measure the impact of our work.
Time commitment: 6 days
Location: It is expected that half-days at the beginning and end of the project would be spent at the Kings Cross offices, but the work will be done remotely. Access to the database will be given.
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 2nd March 2020.
The OR Society fully supports equal opportunities. As such, we welcome applications from the partially sighted or blind, or those with disabilities.
Information about the organisation:
More in Common’s mission is to understand the forces driving us apart, to find common ground and help to bring people together to tackle our shared challenges. They draw from groundbreaking research to test and find solutions, working with partners that have the capacity to make a real difference at scale. They help build the larger field of efforts to strengthen democratic societies against the threats of polarization and division.
For further information about More in Common please visit https://www.moreincommon.com/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information about the Pro Bono OR scheme, please visit: www.theorsociety.com/Probono or email ProBonoOR@theorsociety.com