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The Woman Abuse Council of Toronto (WomanACT) and The Society for Canadian Women in Science and Technology (SCWIST) are seeking a qualified independent consultant for the purposes of developing an evaluation framework and to evaluate the implementation of training and organizational consulting services across multiple Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) employers.
WomanACT and SCWIST are partnered to provide tailored support and training to help STEM
workplaces to prevent sexual harassment, develop comprehensive policy, establish trauma-informed reporting mechanisms, and develop avenues for resolution and referral pathways to support.
We are looking for a consultant or firm who is experienced with designing evaluation tools and
structures, and working collaboratively across stakeholders to develop and implement tools that evaluate organizational training, policies, and practices.
We are looking to hire a consultant or a firm to design the project’s evaluation approach and tools and to evaluate project activities over years one and two across four workplaces. Our goal is to ensure that the evaluation is trauma-informed and is feasible for ongoing use by the partnering employers beyond the scope of the project.
Key evaluation deliverables:
PT. I: Needs Assessment
Develop workplace needs assessment approach and tool(s)
Analyze and report on needs assessment evaluation data
PT. II: Monitoring and Tracking
Develop workplace monitoring and tracking tools
Test the usability of the tools
How to Apply
Application Deadline: 20/10/2021
The proposal should be no longer than 5 pages, including the following information:
Firm or Independent Consultant Information: Please provide the firm’s or individuals name, address, website and telephone number including information on the individual who will serve as primary contact. Include a brief description and history of your firm/work. Please include a summary of job title and experience of all key staff involved.
Approach: Please briefly explain your project’s proposed theoretical framework and methodology.
References: Proposals should include a list of at least 2 references for similar projects.
Schedule, Timeline and Budget: Proposals should include the proposed work schedule and timeline.
The contract is expected to carry through up to the first 2 years of the project, from November 2021 up to April 2023. Up to $10,000 CAD (including tax) is assigned for work associated with the contract.
Submit to / Contact
Please submit questions and/or your proposal to Mallory Hilkewich, Manager of Training and Education at [email protected] by 5PM EST October 20, 2021.