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We're looking for a Co-producer for Impact Frameworks

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Over the last 18 months we have established our new strategy at Scope, ‘An Equal Future’ which can be read here: An Equal Future. This strategy will run for the next ten years and has involved co-production of our goals. We are now in the next stage to establish and develop our impact frameworks for this.

 We previously had a co-produced Strategy Steering Group that shaped our goals and work that we will do. In this next step, the group will work with us to develop the ways we measure our impact and progress to our goals.

 We have a new co-production vacancy to join us in this, and we want to make sure we have a representative group as our co-producers in this work. We are looking for a Disabled person who is currently employed or has previous experience of being employed in the UK.

 We would be especially interested in hearing from Disabled Black men currently employed or with experience of employment in the UK. This is because this group is underrepresented in the existing group.

Aim of the role

Working with the strategy and Impact team to establish impact frameworks in the new ten year strategy for Scope (as set out here: An Equal Future – which can be read here: An Equal Future)

Work we will do together

Review existing impact measures Review desk research that is relevant to developing measures for our existing or new activity in our strategy Meetings and workshops with the Strategy and Impact team at Scope to oversee development and review of measures towards the impact that Scope has to our longer term goals

Outcome of our work together

Deciding what would be effective to measure Scope’s activity and progress in achieving the outcomes that lead to our end goals.

Who we need to work with us to make this happen:

  • Someone who is or identifies as a Disabled person by the social model of disability
  • Someone who is currently employed or has been employed in any UK setting
  • Ideally someone with experience in evaluation (this is not essential)
  • We are keen to involve a previous customer of Scope who may have used our employment services before (but are not currently receiving employment support from a Scope service).

What this will involve:

  • Kick-off: understanding impact frameworks and planned work needed
  • Review of key information and Scope’s objectives
  • Best practice reviews and decisions
  • Decisions with the team to what and how our outcomes can be measured effectively.


  • We remunerate our co-producers £25 per hour
  • A co-producer cannot be part of another project at Scope at the same time
  • A co-producer is responsible to declare their remuneration where needed, for example to their benefits advisor

Time and Expectations of the project:

  • We want to start this work as soon as possible.
  • We estimate that co-producers may be needed up to around 3 hours per month working with us through 4-5 months (so an approximate total of 15 hours but this may be subject to change or extension)
  • We will primarily work using Microsoft Teams for online video meetings and workshops.

How to put yourself forward:

  • Please email Cara Pears, Strategy and Impact Manager cara.pears@scope.org.uk
  • Please tell us why you are interested in being part of this work, and anything about your background and experience that would be something you could bring to the work we are planning. This can be short - a couple of paragraphs to tell us about this would be great.
  • As we are trying to start this work as soon as possible, and this is a new opportunity to fill the existing group, we would like to hear from people by 31st March.
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