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We’re a membership organisation for people working with the UK Charity Sector to share evaluation best practice and help charities change the world.

Our mission is to maximise the impact of third sector organisations by empowering a community of evaluators and decision-makers.

ChEW's values:

  • Listening – The activities of ChEW will be informed by the needs and wants of its membership. We commit to continuous improvement – building on what works and changing what doesn’t. Bringing member voices into decision-making. 

  • Integrity – the actions of ChEW – what it says and what it does – will be grounded in information and evidence that is accessible to all. We will be open and transparent in how we make decisions. We will say what we mean and hold ourselves accountable to our actions. 

  • Inclusive – ChEW will welcome, respect and support the diversity of its membership and champion the importance of equitable evaluation. We will actively seek a diverse membership, commit to running accessible and inclusive events and champion the importance of equitable evaluation. We will pay attention to who is ‘round the table’ and actively bring in / reach out to unheard voices

  • Inspire – ChEW will act to improve and challenge evaluation acceptance and practice, such that evaluation is seen as a critical part of developing the continuous learning required to improve policy and services for society. We recognise our role as a change agent and will be bold in challenging the status quo. We give people time to share and learn together

What we’re looking for

We’ve been working on some exciting and ambitious plans to move the organisation forwards and help us deliver more value for our members. To turn this ambition into reality, we are looking to appoint a couple of new trustees with a professional background in income generation and/or marketing and communications to join our board of trustees.

Our trustees are based across the UK, so all of our meetings are online. We’re a small charity, which means that we’re looking for people who are happy to be hands-on.

We would like to maintain the diversity of our board and therefore would particularly like to hear from people from Black, Asian and other ethnic minority backgrounds, younger people, disabled people and those from other marginalised groups. 

We’re open to new perspectives and ways of thinking, so you don’t necessarily need to have worked in the third sector, understand evaluation, or have experience of being a trustee before.

How to apply

Please read the role descriptions first:


Then complete this short google form and upload your CV via the same link by 5pm on Wednesday 30th November 2022. 

If you have any questions about the process or issues with the form, then please contact

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