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Closing date: Wednesday 3rd November 2021 at 1:00pm AEST

The Australia Council for the Arts is committed to equity and inclusion and welcomes applications from diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, cultural and regional communities, including people with disabilities.

About your role:
You will leverage your intercultural literacy and research skills to contribute to the delivery of research activities to inform our equity and diversity commitments and build knowledge and evidence about the arts.

What's in it for you?

  • Start 2022 with a fresh career opportunity in arts and cultural research
  • Salary package of $77,864 per annum + 15.4% superannuation
  • 3-year full-time contract
  • Paid leave between Christmas and New Year
  • Flexible working hours and arrangements
  • Office location in Pyrmont, Sydney
  • Work in a positive environment that embraces diversity and supports your development

Closing date: Thursday 21st October 2021

  • Role: Senior Project Officer, Evaluation
  • Duration: Ongoing Full Time
  • Close date: Thursday, 21 October 2021 (9:59AM)


  • Fantastic clerk grade 9/10 opportunity (Salary $113,343 - $124,901 + superannuation)
  • Parramatta location right next door to Parramatta train station
  • Genuinely flexible working arrangements
  • Excellent career development and learning opportunities
  • Opportunity to work on a range of interesting and challenging regulatory evaluation projects.

Closing date: Wednesday 27th October 2021

  • Full-time
  • Melbourne based
  • Collaborative approaches to evaluation, measurement and learning (MEL) for organisations, place-based initiatives, innovation initiatives, and social change programs (focus areas include community-led mental health, family violence and women’s rights; youth pathways and inclusive education).

Clear Horizon is a world class, evaluation and social impact measurement firm that works in Australia and Asia Pacific. For over 15 years we have been leaders in measurement, evaluation and learning (MEL), program evaluation, and social impact measurement. More recently we have incorporated digital and co-design methods into our ways of working. We increasingly work as developmental evaluators and leverage our strong roots in participatory and collaborative approaches. We aim to build capacity with our clients in all our work and this is enabled by our cutting-edge Academy.

Our mission is to power change makers to create positive impact on people, place and planet. We are a women-led, for purpose company and we make deliberate choices about who we work with to maintain our principles of social justice and environmental sustainability.

Closing date: Friday 22nd October 2021, 11.55pm

We’re looking for a professional Data and Reporting Analyst with relevant experience who wants to join our 2,000+ team of staff and volunteers to make a difference on a permanent full-time basis, working 38 hours per week based in Fitzroy.

The Brotherhood of St Laurence (BSL) has a clear vision – an Australia free of poverty.
For almost 90 years, we have worked with policy makers and the community for systemic change that will prevent and alleviate poverty in Australia.

We are passionate about the work we do.

We strive to create change that lasts for a more compassionate and just society - a society in which we can all fully participate in social, civic and economic life with the dignity and respect we all deserve.

This role coordinates the delivery of WESSI programs’ data collection and reporting activities, including supporting efforts to monitor against agreed performance measurements and indicators. This position works across WESSI programs to ensure quality within program data is maintained to meet contractual and evidentiary requirements for both internal and external stakeholders. In addition, this position supports WESSI teams in the improvement and unification of their data systems, processes and supporting documentation across multiple programs, to ensure a robust practice/evidence base for advocacy, promotion and growth. The position sits on the WESSI Senior Managers team, and reports to Head of WESSI.

Closing date: Sunday 24th October 2021, 11.55pm

  • Additional leave over the Christmas period
  • 17.5% Annual Leave Loading
  • $120,689 PA + Super plus 14% super

About the RACGP
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) is the peak representative organisation for general practice, the backbone of Australia’s health system. We set the standards for general practice, facilitate lifelong learning for GPs, connect the general practice community, and advocate for better health and wellbeing for all Australians.

We’re committed to diversity and social inclusion. We encourage applications from people who identify as Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, people with a disability and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.

About you
The National Evaluation Manager role is responsible for leading the design, delivery and outcomes of the evaluation function, across the Fellowship Pathways, and Education Services Divisions. The National Evaluation Manager works with and leads the Evaluation Team, fostering a culture of continuous improvement to ensure quality and excellence in RACGP programs, projects, and other strategic initiatives. This role plays a pivotal role in the success of RACGP training standards by ensuring evaluation activities and data are accurate, insightful and timely.

Closing date: Monday 1st November 2021, 11.55pm

We’re looking for a Senior Manager Evaluation & Evidence with relevant experience to join the Brotherhood of St Laurence’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) team based in Fitzroy, but working remotely during lockdown.

The Brotherhood of St Laurence (BSL) has a clear vision – an Australia free of poverty.

For almost 90 years, we have worked with policy makers and the community for systemic change that will prevent and alleviate poverty in Australia.

We are passionate about the work we do.

We strive to create change that lasts for a more compassionate and just society - a society in which we can all fully participate in social, civic and economic life with the dignity and respect we all deserve.

You’re an experienced manager with a proven background in designing and implementing evaluation frameworks. You are a strategic thinker, flexible, enjoy developing and implementing agendas in deep collaboration with others. You are comfortable working with multiple teams and stakeholders. You are driven to see evidence lead to real world change.

Closing date: Friday 29th October 2021

About Us
Mā te whakaruruhau hei whakamana ~ Through shelter we empower

Habitat for Humanity New Zealand (HFHNZ) is a charity working throughout NZ and the Pacific to build stability, strength and self-reliance through shelter. Habitat for Humanity has a vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live; its mission is to bring people together to build homes, communities, and hope.

The international programme team within Habitat for Humanity New Zealand lead the organisation’s International Development and Humanitarian programming in the Pacific. We work closely with Pacific partners to implement these programmes on the ground. Working through our International Theory of Change we programme across three inter-connected spheres: Community, Sector and Societal. This enables us to impact systemic issues in the housing ecosystem that are contributing to inadequate housing.

The role
This is an exciting time to be joining the team as we begin to work in a new and exciting way. We have a new five-year programmatic approach to our work in the Pacific that we are just beginning to roll out, which is backed by a new theory of change.

Closing date: Monday 18th October 2021

UnitingWorld is seeking an experienced external evaluation consultant to conduct an end of project evaluation for the Theology of Disaster Resilience in a Changing Climate project. This work is located in Fiji, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea.

Project Background:
UnitingWorld is the global partnerships arm of the Uniting Church in Australia and has been a member of CAN DO since its inception. UnitingWorld drives collaboration with the global church, addressing the causes and consequences of poverty, injustice and violence.

The CAN DO (Church Agencies Network – Disaster Operations) consortium was formed in 2016 in the interests of collaboration and coordination in the humanitarian sector to enhance community resilience to disaster and conflict. UnitingWorld is one of eight member churches in the CAN DO consortium.

CAN DO is a partner in the Disaster Ready project, funded by the Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP), and has received USD 40 million in funding over 4.5 years for disaster reduction program work in the Pacific region in its ‘Disaster Ready’ component. The Theology of Disaster Resilience in a Changing Climate (TDRCC) is a small part of the Disaster Ready project, which focuses on building capacity to manage disaster risk in the four Pacific Countries of PNG, Fiji, Vanuatu and Solomon Islands. UnitingWorld is the technical lead in this area.

Closing date: Thursday 21st October 2021

The Australian Government's Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security was established in October 2017 to lead the design and delivery of the $300 million Health Security Initiative (HSI) (2017-2022). The goal of the HSI is to contribute to the avoidance and containment of infectious disease threats with the potential to cause social and economic harms on a national, regional or global scale. It aims to inform evidence-based planning, help prevent avoidable epidemics, strengthen early detection capacity, and support rapid, effective national and international outbreak responses. It does this by accelerating research on new drugs and diagnostics, expanding partnerships at the national, regional and global level to strengthen human and animal health systems, and deepening people-to-people linkages that build national and regional health security capacity. Funding for the initiative is drawn from Australia's international development assistance program and applied to activities eligible to be classified as Official Development Assistance.

The HSI is implemented by the Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security. The Centre, located in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, brings together expertise from relevant Australian government agencies and technical advisers. It is advised by a distinguished Technical Reference Group.

To read more about Background, please copy and paste this link: https://bit.ly/2YjPuvA

Closing date: Monday 18th October 2021

  • Seeking a team of technical specialists to undertake evaluation of Australia Timor-Leste Partnership for Human Development
  • 3 evaluation positions available with a mix of expertise required across the human development sectors
  • Short term periodic input required from Nov 2021 – January 2022
  • International and National expertise required
  • Desk based

Seeking a team of technical specialists to undertake evaluation of Australia Timor-Leste Partnership for Human Development

Closing date: Monday 18th October 2021

  • Apply your expertise in high level critical analysis and strategic thinking to track Australia’s development program in Timor-Leste
  • 4 positions available across a range of speciality areas
  • Short term periodic input required from October 2021 – October 2024
  • Desk based with travel to Timor-Leste when feasible

Reporting directly to the Australian Ambassador to Timor-Leste, the DSAT will undertake an annual strategic review for the Australian Development Program in Timor-Leste.

Closing date: Monday 18th October 2021

The position is responsible for leading WaterAid’s approach to strategic, programmatic and grant level monitoring, evaluation and learning. The position oversees the development and refinement of our design, monitoring, evaluation, and learning tools, frameworks and guidance, and capacity strengthening in the application of these. The role coordinates and collaborates with Country Programs in Cambodia, PNG, and Timor-Leste to manage and continuously improve monitoring, evaluation and learning systems and processes. Your team advises on theories of change and the types of data and evidence we will need to track progress and adjust programming based on key learnings.

The Head of Learning and Evidence leads a sub-team of three staff, and provides strategic advice to the Director of Policy and Programs (PP) as part of the PP management team alongside the Head of Program Operations and the Head of Strategy. A key accountability for the PP management team is ensuring strong coordination between all sub-teams, particularly on program quality and to influence key WASH sector stakeholders based on practice and learning expertise. Working with the WaterAid Australia Corporate and Community Engagement team you identify opportunities to communicate the impact of our programming to partners.

Closing date: midday on Monday 11th October 2021

  • Opportunity to build on existing evaluation framework and make your mark
  • Satisfying mix of strategic and hands-on operational work
  • Market salary with generous NFP salary packaging available
  • Working from home flexibility options available

About the Opportunity
The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Alliance (VCCC Alliance) currently has an opening for an Evaluation Manager to join our team to further develop and lead the implementation of our program logic-based evaluation framework. The framework is based on best practice investment logic mapping (ILM) and has been developed to monitor progress and evaluate the impact of strategic goals and specific programs of work to enable effective monitoring and evaluation of the VCCC Alliance Strategic Program Plan, 2020-24.

The Evaluation Manager will also have the important role of establishing methods to understand the contribution of the VCCC Alliance and its collaborative activity across the broader Victorian cancer sector, as well as conduct in-depth work to examine how best to measure organisational contribution to patient outcomes over time.

Closing date: Friday 22nd October 2021

The Colman Education Foundation is seeking an amazing person to join the Our Place team, as a Senior Evaluation Advisor – Quantitative Lead.

Our Place is an initiative of the Colman Education Foundation, working in partnership with the Department of Education to establish the Our Place approach at 10 state school sites across Victoria. Our Place is built around the key elements that evidence and experience shows are effective.

We believe that making local schools the hub of a whole community is one of the best ways to enable long lasting change in communities experiencing entrenched disadvantage. We aim to facilitate partnerships and system change at an integrated school site that have the skills and resources to make a real difference in the lives of children and their families.

Our Place’s Research and Evaluation team is at the forefront of seeking to demonstrate and communicate the impacts derived from the Our Place approach across the schools and communities we work with. This role will work closely with the Director, Research and Evaluation to support implementation of the Our Place Evaluation Framework, with a specific focus on the quantitative contribution of the Our Place approach.

Closing date: Wednesday 6th October 2021, 11:55 PM AUS Eastern Daylight Time

  • Job no: 0054042
  • Work type: Fixed Term
  • Location: Parkville
  • Division/Faculty: Melbourne Graduate School of Education
  • Salary: $75,289 - $102,163 (Level A)
  • Role & Superannuation rate: Academic - Part time - 10% super

About the Melbourne Graduate School of Education
The Melbourne Graduate School of Education is a global leader in teaching and education research, offering challenging courses, world-changing research and contemporary learning spaces.

About the project
The Assessment for Graduate Teaching (AfGT) is an approved Teaching Performance Assessment (TPA) instrument developed and implemented by a consortium of Australian higher education providers that have Initial Teacher Education (ITE) faculties or schools. The University of Melbourne is the lead institute of the AfGT Consortium, and the AfGT Management Team resides within the Centre for Program Evaluation (CPE) in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. For more information about the project, please refer to: https://education.unimelb.edu.au/research/projects/assessment-for-graduate-teaching-afgt.

Closing date: Sunday 10th October 2021

Only Indigenous Australians are eligible to apply as this position is exempt under the Special Measure Provision, Section 12 (1) of the Equal Opportunity Act 2011 (Vic).

About the Melbourne Graduate School of Education
The Melbourne Graduate School of Education is a global leader in teaching and education research, offering challenging courses, world-changing research and contemporary learning spaces.

About the role
The Melbourne Graduate School of Education (MGSE) is a vibrant and exciting place to study and work. Our environment is supportive and student-focussed, and our courses are challenging. The Centre for Program Evaluation (CPE) is a research centre within MGSE focusing on evaluation education and practice. We have been teaching online since 2015 and working remotely since 2020. We excel at integrating new staff into our remote working environment and producing high quality research and evaluation for our clients.

Closing date: Monday 4th October 2021

About Our Watch
Our Watch is a national leader of primary prevention of violence against women and their children.

Our vision is an Australia where women and their children live free from all forms of violence. Our role is to stop violence before it starts. We work to embed gender equality and prevent violence where Australians live, learn, work and socialise.

About the role
The Senior Research and Evaluation Advisor plays an important role throughout a campaign cycle to embed monitoring and evaluation in planning and implementation and to support ongoing improvement. The role leads the developmental research for, and evaluation of, major Our Watch projects and campaigns.