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Via Evaluation (VIA) is a women-owned evaluation and data consulting firm in Buffalo, NY – and we are growing. We have a passion for helping communities, and a love of data.

THE VIA VALUES

Commitment to Growth and Development

Work-Life Balance

Feedback Inspires Change

Collaborative Team Approach

Integrity Matters

Passionate About Our Work

CAREERS AT VIA

EVALUATION PROJECT MANAGER

Evaluation Project Managers help non-profits and educational organizations better understand how their hard work impacts individuals and communities. Our team work directly with clients to create data-based solutions tailored to client needs.  This position requires working collaboratively with the VIA team and a variety of organizations to provide services that truly help organizations collect and use information. If you dream of a world where non-profits and schools make decisions based on good data, this might be a position for you.

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

Research Associates are an integral part of the VIA team. They work, with the guidance of Evaluators, to develop data management systems, clean real-world data, analyze results, and create data visualizations and reports. This position will require extensive tracking of information, excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and observations of educational programming in a variety of settings.

EVALUATION INTERN

Via Evaluation (VIA) is currently seeking part-time paid Interns to join our team. Posts are be for for six, nine, or one-year positions. We are looking for individuals who want to learn how to apply their developing research skills and interests to help real-life programs improve.

Interns are valuable members of the VIA team. They will work and learn, with the guidance of Evaluators and Research Associates, to develop data management systems, clean real-world data, analyze results, and create data visualizations and reports. Our work requires extensive tracking of information, excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and observations of educational programming in a variety of settings.

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