Finding the right people to join our team is the most important thing we do
We do more than plan and execute evaluations—we work to evolve the way purpose-driven organizations in Colorado think about and use evaluation, from data for data’s sake to evaluation as a learning process for strategic improvements.
When we do, we create a stronger, more dynamic community for us all.
Our hiring process is not for the faint-hearted: we are slow and deliberate about who we bring on, and the things we will ask of you look different than most job applications. Instructions on how to get started are included in the job descriptions.
We are always on the lookout for new additions to help us achieve our mission. We hire both experienced and new evaluators—review the job descriptions below and see which might be a fit for you.
Please note that all positions are full-time and located in Denver, Colorado. We review applications once a month.
Is an internship more your pace? Learn about our internship program.
Our values & beliefs
We believe evaluation is key to strengthening our communities.
We believe evaluation is about so much more than gathering and reporting data. It’s about learning and improvement.
We believe people can be taught to do evaluation, and that this is an important part of our work in order to strengthen communities.
We believe our clients are the experts in their content area, and our role is to support that.
We believe evaluation is a team sport.
Our guiding principles
Embrace your zeal. We love what we do and we aren’t afraid to let it show.
See the big picture. We keep an eye on how our individual work connects to a larger purpose.
Be a whole person. We recognize and celebrate the porous boundaries between work and life.
Lean on your teammates. We reach out and ask for help when we need it.
Strive to improve. We grow and learn, and push those around us to do the same.
Prioritize contribution. We give help (both inside and outside the company) whenever we can.
Accept good enough. We work within the constraints of things we cannot change, and don’t let perfection be the enemy of the good.