We are seeking more applicants for the position of an Education Evaluator at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, CO. I believe that remote work is possible, in general. It is a one-year term position with the possibility of extending it. 

Please consider applying or please share the posting with evaluators you know. The salary range is $75,123 - $93,905.
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Education Evaluator

What You Will Do:

The Program Specialist III in Evaluation and Grant Proposals (a.k.a. Evaluator) is responsible for coordinating all educational program evaluation across NCAR. The Evaluator works with the CoE leadership team and individual program leads to develop comprehensive evaluation plans for education and training programs at NCAR. This position oversees the implementation of different evaluation plans, ensuring that program activities have the desired impact and further the goals and objectives of the programs. The Program Specialist III handles formative evaluations for programs and develops subcontracts and hires external evaluators to provide independent input for summative evaluations. This position will streamline metrics and data collection for education activities across NCAR, provide these metrics when requested, and use these metrics to improve programs. The Program Specialist III will also support the CoE in grant proposal development, to build-in appropriate program metrics and evaluations and to enhance the broader impacts portions of large NCAR proposals, and to further education-related programs. This is a two-year term position with possibility of renewal.

Hiring Range: $75,123 - $93,905

Valerie Sloan, Ph.D.
Director of the GEO REU Network
& Sr. Higher Education Specialist
NCAR Education & Outreach 
National Center for Atmospheric Research
P.O. Box 3000
Boulder, CO 80307-3000

I recognize that Boulder, Colorado, sits on the ancestral homelands and unceded
territory of Indigenous Peoples, many of whom were displaced from Boulder Valley 
in the 1850s. These include people of the Arapaho, Cheyenne, and Ute Nations.