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Closing date: Wednesday 30th December 2020 

  • Contribute to CFI learning & improvement with data capture analysis & visualisation
  • Work from home - part time 3 days a week
  • Salary range - $80,000-$90,000 p.a. pro rata + Super

Apply your data capture, analysis & visualisation capability & passion for continuous improvement to support systemic social change across Australia.

About the Organisation
Collaboration for Impact (CFI) exists to create a more equitable and inclusive Australia where people, place and planet thrive. Our purpose is to build a powerful movement of people able to change systems and drive large-scale impact.

Established by Co-Founders as a start-up social business in 2015 providing direct support to collaborations, CFI is now an established network of expert practitioners in collaboration and systems change providing capacity building to over 40 initiatives nationwide. CFI has experienced extraordinary growth over the past few years, transitioning from a core team of Directors and General Manager to a team of 12 staff and a network of 25 practitioners.

CFI is in the process of transitioning to scale on several fronts, strengthening services and governance, building the core team and Network, and implementing knowledge management, evaluation and learning across CFI.

Closing date: Sunday 6th December 2020 

  • Become a part of a team that is devoted to making the world a healthier place
  • Conduct formative and summative evaluations of Black Dog's mental health programs
  • Full-time 12 month contract

About the Institute:
The Black Dog Institute is a Medical Research Institute and a global leader in translational mental health research. We harness the latest technology and other tools to quickly turn our world-class research findings into clinical services, education and e-health products that improve the lives of people with mental illness and the wider community.

We pride ourselves on translating our own world leading Workplace Mental Health research into an award-winning culture that encompasses a holistic view of wellbeing. We aim to create a positive, mentally healthy workplace that recognises the importance of meaningful work, balanced lifestyles, psychological well-being and continual learning whilst being guided by our core values - Collaboration, Compassion, Excellence, Innovation and Respect.

Closing date: Friday 11th December 2020 

HealthConsult is looking to expand its program review and evaluation team

We are seeking to recruit either a Senior Consultant or Consultant. You will need to have tertiary qualifications and at least three years work experience as a program evaluator (health or aged care sectors) for the Senior Consultant role. Postgraduate qualifications in a technical discipline (e.g. epidemiology, biostatistics, public health, program evaluation) are desirable. Experience as a management consultant is desirable.

Closing date: Wednesday 2nd December 2020 

Brisbane CBD, Canberra, Geelong, Hobart or Moonee Ponds

$76,778 to $81,394 plus 15.4% super

  • Competitive pay and superannuation benefits
  • Plan and deliver measurement and evaluation projects
  • Award-winning and highly professional organisation

About us
At the ATO, you’ll do work you can’t do anywhere else. Work that is meaningful, diverse and challenging. We do work that makes a real difference to the lives of Australians - work that might take you somewhere unexpected.

We’re building a leading tax and superannuation administration known for contemporary service, expertise and integrity.

We have a vibrant, inclusive and client-focused culture. We celebrate and champion diversity to reflect the community we serve.

About the role
As a Measurement and Evaluation Officer, you’ll contribute to planning, coordinating and delivering measurement and evaluation projects that impact on strategic or operational outcomes for the organisation.

Closing date: 12pm (midday) on Friday 4th December 2020 

The APNIC Foundation currently has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Monitoring and Evaluation Lead. The position would suit a motivated individual interested in supporting a unique group of programs focused on developing the internet in the Asia Pacific region.

The main purpose of this role is to ensure that the APNIC Foundation has a robust monitoring and evaluation (M&E) framework designed to cater for a variety of projects and funding bodies.

This is a one year fixed term position working approximately 3 days per week.

This position is currently reporting to the Foundation CEO to ensure that the M&E framework(s) are designed and implemented to the highest possible standard, whilst supporting all projects to accurately capture, analyse and report on objectives, indicators and outcomes that inform internal and external stakeholder learnings and decision making.

Closing date: Friday 4th December 2020 

The Evaluation Consultant is a key role within the FPC team and the Social Futures portfolio. Social Futures is the name we use to refer to the breadth of work that spans the social and health sectors. The portfolio is experiencing a time of exciting growth and, as such, we are looking for an innovative and energetic early to-mid-career Evaluation Consultant to join the team.

Day-to-day the work varies, but will include designing and delivering research, evaluation and intervention design projects, writing tenders and quotes, data collection, analysis and reporting. The scope of projects varies, but includes public health and health promotion, digital health, community development, and emergency management and disaster recovery. Project locations and clients are diverse, with projects across Australia and internationally.

Closing date: Sunday 13th December 2020 (11:59 PM)

Salary: Clerk Grade 11/12. Package includes base salary ($128,089 - $148,134) plus superannuation & leave loading.

  • Do you have experience leading & managing economic policy and program evaluations?
  • Do you enjoy working collaboratively to find solutions to complex problems?
  • Ongoing opportunity based in Orange, NSW

About the role
The Economics Branch in the Department of Premier and Cabinet provides strategic economic analysis and advice to inform projects and policy across the NSW Government.

We are looking for an Associate Director to lead the Program Evaluation Unit within our dynamic and responsive Economic Appraisals & Evaluations Team.
In this role you will, lead and manage the delivery of evaluations of Departmental and state significant programs and projects that assist the Department’s priority setting processes. Lead a small team of evaluation specialists to deliver large scale program, project and policy evaluations, develop evaluation methodologies and influence Departmental program and policy design based on evaluation principles.

Closing date: Thursday 26th November 2020

About us
At the ATO, you’ll do work you can’t do anywhere else. Work that is meaningful, diverse and challenging. We do work that makes a real difference to the lives of Australians - work that might take you somewhere unexpected.

We’re building a leading tax and superannuation administration known for contemporary service, expertise and integrity.

We have a vibrant, inclusive and client-focused culture. We celebrate and champion diversity to reflect the community we serve.

About the role
As a Measurement and Evaluation Officer, you’ll contribute to planning, coordinating and delivering evaluation and measurement projects that impact on strategic or operational outcomes for the organisation.

Closing date: Friday 27th November 2020
Contact for more information: Marnie Elliot, Talent Acquisition Specialist on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 07 3867 1376

  • Develop and continuously refine leading evaluative approaches
  • Build a culture of evaluative thinking across yourtown
  • Forge strong professional relationships with our program and service areas

At yourtown, we believe every young person has the right to a brighter future and aim to be part of the solution by delivering services that get results. Our services include Kids Helpline, training and employment services, parent education and specialist accommodation for families. At yourtown you will be part of the solution.

This newly created role provides a unique opportunity to make a difference for children and young people.

Reporting to the Head of Advocacy and Research, you will lead yourtown evaluation services to deliver on work priorities identified in the business plan and other strategic priorities.

 

Closing date: Monday 2nd November 2020

IWDA is seeking a consultant to design and implement an end of project evaluation of the Rural Women’s Development Program (Timor Leste).

CONSULTANCY BACKGROUND

Covalima Community Centre (CCC), is a community-based organisation with extensive experience supporting community development in Covalima district, Timor-Leste. Their programming spans many areas of rural development, including a focus on rural women’s participation. International Women’s Development Agency (IWDA) is an Australian-based organisation, resourcing diverse women’s rights organisations primarily in Asia and the Pacific, and contributing to global feminist movements to advance our vision for gender equality for all.

IWDA and CCC have been partnering together to deliver the Rural Women’s Development Program (RWDP) since 2009 with funding through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP). The RWDP was last formally evaluated in 2015, and based on the results of the evaluation the program was re-designed (with a one-year bridging period in-between). The current four-year iteration of the program has been implemented since July 2017 and ending in June 2021. This end of project evaluation will focus on the last four years of the RWDP and the results will be utilised to inform the development of a new multi-year proposal between IWDA and CCC (anticipated to commence from July 2021).

IWDA and CCC are seeking to engage a suitably experienced consultant(s) to design and implement this end of project evaluation, taking a participatory and feminist approach that is consistent with our organisational values.