Scale Collaborative- Impact Measurement Research and Data Analyst

Company Overview

Scale Collaborative is an innovative social enterprise working to advance social enterprise, social procurement and social finance. Scale works with impact organizations, providing education, coaching and hands on support. Scale is the project manager for the BC Social Procurement Initiative, a project that supports local governments across BC to align their purchasing for greater social and environmental impact. 

Job Summary

Scale Collaborative is looking for a post-secondary student to be this summer’s Impact Measurement Analyst and join the BC Social Procurement Initiative (BCSPI) team remotely or in our office in Victoria, BC. The Impact Measurement Analyst is responsible for supporting members to engage in impact measurement, managing the master data set and developing respective reports/visualizations.

The ideal person for this position has an exceptional eye for detail, experience analyzing research and producing resulting reports, and familiarity with Survey Monkey and excel. They will work closely with the project manager, advisory group and provide support to BCSPI members.

Find out more about the BC Social Procurement Initiative at

Compensation: $21.00/hr

Dates: May 8- August 18 (flexible)

Hours: 25-35 hours/week (flexible)

Location: Victoria, BC or remote


  • Support members - The candidate will perform phone, email, and 'walk with support' outreach to BCSPI members to help them utilize an impact measurement framework (developed by BCSPI committee members) in their procurement operations. 
  • Manage data - The candidate will accurately input incoming data from BCSPI members and report all findings to appropriate parties. The candidate will create reports for BCSPI committees and members, analyze data trends, and identify areas for improvement. At the end of each term, the candidate will prepare data collection recommendations for the BCSPI committee's review. 
  • Share stories - The candidate will identify and create case studies and stories about the impact of social procurement among BCSPI membership and their use of the impact measurement framework. 
  • Conduct additional research projects as required by Scale Collaborative

Qualifications and Skills

  • Experience and interest in impact measurement, research analysis and knowledge production- this experience can be through educational or employment experience
  • Ability to look at data and relay into easy to understand reports and stories
  • High-level written and verbal communication skills
  • Able to work independently and show high initiative

Organizational Culture


Our employees enjoy a work culture that is fast paced, encourages innovation and recognizes the specific talents that each employee brings.

Employees can access flexible work hours and are provided space at our co-working space- TheDock- in downtown Victoria. Remote work is also an option.

Scale is committed to building a team that brings diverse perspectives and is inclusive for all. Candidates from across Vancouver Island, and with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. This is how we are building a diverse team:

  • We recognize non-Canadian work experience on par with Canadian work experience
  • We are eager to learn and integrate BIPOC and 2SLGBTQQIAP+ identifying perspectives into the work of building an inclusive economy
  • We value life experience as much as educational background
  • We believe in giving young people the opportunity to do impactful work that combines opportunity and responsibility
  • We understand that people’s lives are dynamic and that 9-5 does not work for everyone; we consider flexibility in terms of place and hours

Please submit your cover letter and resume (can be links) to Kristi Fairholm Mader @  by February 17, 2023. Interviews will be held the following week.

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