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).

ABOUT CLEAR HORIZON
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.

ABOUT THE ROLE
This is an unrivalled career opportunity to work at the cutting edge of evaluation and social innovation working with a high performing team doing fascinating and meaningful work in sectors such as community-led mental health and wellbeing, family violence and women’s rights and youth pathways inclusive education. The successful candidate will form part of Clear Horizon’s Social Impact team, led by our Founder Dr Jess Dart.

The social impact team works as evaluation partner to organisations, helping set up their measurement and learning systems and to provide ongoing developmental evaluation inputs. Our partners include foundations, not-for-profits and government organisations across Australia. We partner with social innovators, such as the Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI), foundations and not-for-profits, such as Victorian YMCA, and Junction Australia to help establish and implement social impact measurement and learning systems.

We are looking for a consultant with experience of evaluation and measurement, particularly quantitative methods (including survey design, implementation, analysis and data visualisation) as well as qualitative approaches.

The position is ideally based in Melbourne (office in Cremorne). We offer a competitive remuneration package with flexible working arrangements and we are happy to negotiate full-time or part-time work hours with the successful candidate.

ABOUT YOU
You will have a background in a social science or a related field, have at least 2 years in a measurement/monitoring and evaluation role and have at least 1 year of consulting experience. Ideally you will have research methods experience including mixed-methods approaches, quantitative methods (including survey design, implementation, analysis and data visualisation) and qualitative approaches. It would be awesome if you are familiar with collaborative stakeholder engagement processes and have experience in facilitation. It is also desirable that you are familiar with social impact measurement or measurement, evaluation and learning planning in community-led mental health, family violence and women’s rights and youth sector / inclusive education.

Details of how to apply:

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Position summary and selection criteria


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