Position Title: Director of Evaluation & Learning
Reports To: Chief Strategy Officer (CSO)
Office Location: Fully Remote (must be based in CA)
Compensation: $100,084/annually, generous benefits package
Status: Full-time, exempt
About Fresh Lifelines for Youth
Fresh Lifelines for Youth is an award-winning non-profit whose mission is to partner with youth to unlock their potential, disrupt the pipeline to prison, and advance justice in California and beyond. By 2030, through partnering with young people, communities, and systems, FLY will contribute to the fight for equity and justice by taking concrete steps to dismantle California’s pipeline to prison, equip 30,000 youth to transform their lives and create meaningful opportunities for them to live healthy, free, and productive lives.
For more information about Fresh Lifelines for Youth, please visit: www.flyprogram.org
Director of Evaluation & Learning - Position Summary
The Director of Evaluation and Learning is a strategic, innovative, collaborative, and results-oriented leader with strong research and evaluation skills applicable to informing programmatic and systems change impact, quality assurance, and organizational learning in a non-profit setting. They serve on the senior leadership team and collaborate closely with executive and senior leaders to advance organizational learning agendas, conduct program and systems change evaluations, and articulate the organization’s impact. They oversee the Evaluation and Learning Department to ensure it is responsive to organizational evaluation and learning needs while building and maintaining a data-informed culture.
Specifically, the Director of Evaluation and Learning is responsible for leading FLY’s efforts and progress on its strategic evidence-building agenda, which at its core purpose aims to develop clear metrics, processes, and practices that help FLY learn and adapt in real-time so that we can respond to needs emerging through direct service and systems change efforts. The Director of Evaluation and Learning provides strategic thought leadership and evidence-informed guidance to both internal and external leaders, including identifying and working with key external partners (e.g., academic institutions, public agencies, and consultants). Success in this role will require consistent cross-organizational collaboration and making recommendations that can inform organizational learning to advance FLY’s strategic plan.
Compensation & Benefits
This position is a full-time exempt role at a rate of $100, 084/annually with differential pay options based on an advanced degree and, when applicable to the role, speaking another language. Our Total Rewards Package also includes the following:
Use a FLY-provided stipend towards various healthcare insurance options, dental, vision, retirement, life insurance policy, FSA (flexible spending account), dependent care, and more!
10+ PTO Days
12 Holiday Days
FLY provides 3-4 additional "rejuvenation days off" twice per year in July and December
Wellness Funds ($300/year)
Professional Development Assistance ($175/year)
Acupuncture and Chiropractic Care.
Employee Assistance Program (paid for by FLY)
Yearly Staff Retreat, Team “Dayaways,” Summer BBQ, and other FLY Events.
Customize your Work Schedule (dependent on supervisor approval based on positional and departmental needs)
Hybrid of In-Office and Remote Work (frequency of required in-person work is dependent upon the role)
Opportunity for Employee Referral Bonuses
8 Hours of Civic Engagement Hours
At FLY, we have adopted a no-negotiation policy. This policy reflects our commitment to equity and ensuring that the offers we make to our candidates reflect competitive and appropriate compensation given the market and the role.
Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion
At FLY, we embrace a diversity of identities, beliefs, thoughts, and experiences. We commit to creating an organizational culture of equity and inclusion to serve our youth and communities better. FLY is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strive for an inclusive culture and a staff team that reflects diversity. Applicants for all job openings will be considered without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex/gender, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status or any other consideration made unlawful under any federal, state or local laws. We strongly encourage women; people of color, people who identify as part of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities; people with experience in the juvenile justice or criminal justice systems; and people with disabilities to apply. Fresh Lifelines for Youth is committed to offering reasonable accommodations to job applicants with disabilities. If you need assistance or accommodation due to a disability, please contact us at (408) 263-2630 or email@example.com
At FLY, we are committed to the safety of our employees, clients, and all others who enter our workplace. As such, FLY would like to make clear that the COVID-19 vaccination is a condition of employment. However, FLY does allow staff to apply for exemptions based on medical history or sincerely held religious beliefs or practices. This must be approved through FLY’s compliance department. If you have any questions or would like to learn more, please contact us at (408) 263-2630 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What to expect
Application with 8-10 questions and an applicant screening question.
3 Interviews (for many roles, at least 1 would be in person)
Meet w/FLY youth
Work Product (Done in advance of the Final Round Interview)