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Evaluation Officer
The Benevolent Society
Deadline: Friday 4th October 2019

Provide evaluation expertise and services to our frontline operations to enable assessment of client outcomes, impact and service effectiveness.

Data is fragmented across our business. You will enjoy finding creative solutions and adapting your approach to achieve the desired outcome – offering meaningful analysis and insights to shape the future of practice and program design, and guide strategic decision-making.

Position Description


Senior Researcher - Quantitative
Law and Justice Foundation of NSW
Deadline: Sunday 6th October 2019

The Law and Justice Foundation of NSW is an independent, not-for-profit organisation with a 50+year history of improving access to justice for the people of NSW. We inform policy development and service delivery by conducting high quality, research and analysis to identify legal and access to justice needs and what works to address these needs.

The Foundation works actively with all parts of the legal/access to justice sector across NSW (and nationally), and actively engages with policy makers, service providers, courts and tribunals, local authorities and services, and related non-legal services.

The research team work on a range of projects depending on the Foundation’s priorities. Most research is published in the Foundation’s report series, and on the Foundation’s website.

With a number of exciting new projects the Foundation now wishes to recruit a Senior Researcher (Quantitative) to join its well-respected team. This is an opportunity to make a valuable contribution to the justice system in NSW.

Role: This role is a fixed term position for up to two years with potential extensions, is located in the Foundation’s CBD office, with flexible working arrangements available.

Please click here for a detailed position description of this role, including the selection criteria and how to apply. 

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Senior Evaluation Officer
South Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network
Deadline: 23 September 2019

  • Plan, develop, and undertake evaluations of Primary Health care activities
  • Join an organisation championing mental health reforms
  • Be part of a small passionate team determined to make a difference

Working closely with others you will monitor progress, measure outcomes, assess impacts of projects of Primary Health care activities

Job Details

  • Ongoing full time position
  • Located in a modern office at Heatherton
  • Applications close 5 pm Monday 23 September 2019

Evaluation and research consultancy role
Allen + Clarke
Deadline: 5pm Thursday 31st October 2019

Allen + Clarke is looking for a consultant evaluator and researcher to join our team. We need a person with qualitative and/or quantitative research experience, and knowledge of a range of evaluation and research methods and approaches.

Senior consulting role – evaluation and research
Allen + Clarke
Deadline: 5pm Thursday 31st October 2019

  • Bring your evaluation and research expertise
  • Use your relationship and project management skills
  • Work on a variety of projects, for a range of clients
  • Join a flexible, smart and committed team
  • Help us to make a difference

Are you looking for a new challenge? Allen + Clarke is looking for experienced evaluators and researchers to join our team. We need people with extensive qualitative and/or quantitative research experience, and knowledge of a range of evaluation and research methods and approaches. We seek candidates with the ability to plan, manage and implement evaluation and research projects and clearly communicate findings to a range of audiences. We seek people who are knowledgeable and experienced in kaupapa Maori and/or Pasifika research or evaluation, or can work consciously and mindfully across cultures and with differing cultural knowledge frameworks.

Project Officer – Monitoring and Evaluation
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
Deadline: Tuesday 17th September 2019

  • Job Grade / Classification: Clerk Grade 9/10
  • Employment Type: Ongoing Full-Time Appointment
  • Location: Maitland

About the Role:

As the Senior Project Officer (Monitoring and Evaluation), you will support the Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation in developing the strategic evaluation framework for the Resources Regulator. You will be responsible for delivering high quality evaluation projects for the Regulator to inform strategic decision making and continuous improvement initiatives.
As a strategic thinker with strong analytical, problem-solving and project management skills and with an ability to work both independently and with others, you will fit in well with the rest of highly motivated Monitoring and Evaluation team.

To be successful for this role, you will also have excellent communication skills and the ability to collaborate with various key stakeholders.

Essential requirements:

  • Demonstrated experience and or tertiary qualifications in evaluation, research and analysis or regulatory compliance-related field.
  • Demonstrated experience delivering complex evaluations and continuous improvement initiatives including knowledge of evaluation processes, methodologies and techniques.
  • Experience in statistically analysing large, multiple sets of complex data.
  • Demonstrated skills in using a range of research-related computer applications such as Excel, Tableau and Power BI.
  • Demonstrated experience preparing meaningful analytical reports for publication.
  • Sound written and verbal communication skills as evidenced by written reports or peer reviewed publications, research proposals and presentations.

Appointment and ongoing assignment is subject to the satisfactory participation in mandatory pre- employment and ongoing probity and medical screening, in accordance with the Resources Regulator’s Probity Program and health monitoring systems.

Policy Manager
Allen + Clarke Consulting
Deadline: Sunday 22nd September 2019

We are looking for a Policy Manager with significant health experience to join our company

  • Are you an experienced health or human services policy manager?
  • Are you looking for a new challenge?
  • Do you want to be part of a team growing our business in Australia?

Allen + Clarke is a consultancy firm that provides policy, regulatory, business change, evaluation, research, and secretariat services to government, private sector and not-for-profit clients. We operate across Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific, and Asia. We are well-recognised as a policy leader: our clients come to us for trusted advice on a wide range of issues.

We’ve been around for 20 years and opened our Melbourne office at the start of 2019. We are looking for additional expertise to join our team.

Position Description


Evaluation Officer
Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
Deadline: Sunday 22nd September 2019

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) is Australia’s largest professional general practice organisation and represents over 40,000 members working in general practice. The RACGP’s activities focus on the six key areas of standards, quality, education, advocacy, professional leadership and collegiality.

Position Description


Evaluation Consultant
Paper Giant
Deadline: Friday 6th September 2019

Paper Giant have a young but growing evaluation practice, and have a need for an experienced Evaluation Consultant to assist with current and future evaluation projects. The role is based on Melbourne, and will report to our Co-Design and Evaluation Lead.

PaperGiant is a strategic design consultancy that helps organisations understand and solve complex problems.

We are a young, passionate agency that is guided by progressive values; social justice, equality and sustainability.

Our team is diverse and multidisciplinary, and includes people who have worked as coders, anthropologists, musicians and psychologists.

Our clients are a mix of public, private and not-for-profit organisations, including government at all levels, Victorian Legal Aid, ANZ, Scope Australia, Origin Energy and Medibank. We have been lucky enough to work on areas we care deeply about, including disability, refugee and asylum seekers, and education.

Our projects are a mix of strategic, service and customer experience design. We use design methods creatively, not just as a way to solve problem, but to open up possibilities.

We want to work with people who are curious, talented and driven to make a difference. Our culture is open, supportive and learning focused, and the company itself is an ongoing design project.

If you're up for doing great work and having a say in the direction of a young design studio, we'd love to hear from you.'

For a full position description and to apply please visit


Senior Team Leader, Strategic Evaluation and Statistics
Department of Planning, Industry & Environment
Deadline: Monday 16th September 2019

  • Job Grade / Classification: Environment Officer Class 13
  • Employment Type: Temporary up to 36 months
  • Location: Parramatta or Lidcombe

About the Role:

As the Senior Team Leader, Strategic Evaluation and Statistics you will be joining the science division and leading a specialist team. You will design and drive delivery of program evaluation for the NSW Climate Change Fund (CCF) and renovate a cross-divisional experimental design and statistical support service. Your previous experience in a similar role will be put to good use as you will:

  • Lead and manage the development of evaluation methodologies and processes
  • Develop, lead and deliver a range of high quality, cost-effective evaluation projects, experimental design and statistical services
  • Collaborate to shape and influence the strategic direction of CCF evaluation
  • Provide expert and authoritative evaluation advice and support to the executive team on the development, implementation, management and reporting of evaluation projects
  • Broker evaluation knowledge and maintain the highest standards of open communication, collaboration, data and knowledge management

Dept of Industry, Innovation and Science
Manager, Performance Frameworks and Monitoring Unit 
Monday 9th September 2019

  • Are you a strategist who thrives in a fast-paced environment & enjoys a challenge of leading a team to deliver high-quality products?
  • Undertake cutting edge analysis/economic research
  • 15.4% superannuation and car parking
  • Diverse, flexible and inclusive workplace
  • Full Time
  • $124,926 - $134,504

About the team

The Evaluation Unit (in the Analysis and Insights Division) is offering an opportunity for a Manager to lead a recently-established Performance Frameworks and Monitoring Unit. This department is highly regarded for its program evaluation activities. The new team looks after the innovative Evaluation Ready process, which prepares programs ahead of time for future evaluations by creating a monitoring and evaluation framework. This service is offered both to internal programs and to other APS agencies via the Business Grants Hub.

You will lead a small team to:

  • deliver all Evaluation Ready activities for both internal and Business Grants Hub clients, including developing program logic documents and identifying indicators and data sources for future evaluations
  • oversee delivery of evaluation capability training
  • support departmental performance monitoring and reporting
  • provide evaluation advice (incl. costings for evaluation activities) on New Policy Proposals
  • occasionally manage consultants to conduct evaluation-ready processes
  • work closely with the Evaluation Unit to promote and support evaluative activities across the department and externally.


To be eligible for employment in the APS and the department, applicants must be Australian Citizens.

This position requires a Baseline security clearance. The successful applicant will be required to obtain and maintain a clearance at this level.

For Applications and further information:


Independent Contractor - Evaluation Case Studies
Centre for Program Evaluation, University of Melbourne
Deadline: Monday 9th September 2019

An Independent Contractor with knowledge in education case study research or evaluation, interviewing and focus group data collection and qualitative data analysis is required to provide support for the development of school case studies for several educational evaluation projects at The Centre for Program Evaluation (CPE). The purpose of the case studies is intended to facilitate the sharing of practice-based evidence across schools in the implementation of large-scale educational policy reforms, within the Education State initiatives (funded by the Victorian Department of Education and Training).

Position Description


Senior Manager Monitoring and Evaluation
Brotherhood of St Laurence
Deadline: Monday 23rd September 2019

Summary of program and its objectives:
The Research and Policy Centre (RPC) is one of eight divisions at the Brotherhood of St Laurence (the Brotherhood) and has responsibility for seeding new approaches to social policy, programs and practice that help shape a better future for individuals, families and communities experiencing poverty, inequality and social exclusion.

Main responsibilities of the role:

The Senior Manager Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) will advance the BSL’s mission to effect systemic policy change by creating an internal evidence base that demonstrates the effectiveness of innovations in service delivery and program development. With a focus on establishing monitoring strategies and refining associated systems, the Senior Manager will work closely with teams across the BSL to produce high quality output, outcome and impact reporting. Such reports will be suitable for multiple purposes, including research, evaluation, program development and review, advocacy and influencing and marketing and engagement. Reporting to the Head of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), the Senior Manager will contribute to the lively and curious culture of Research and Policy Centre (RPC) that values debate and evidence, exploring the relationship between theory and practice as it applies to strategies to mitigate social exclusion and end poverty.

Senior Evidence and Learning Advisor - Economic Development
World Vision Australia
Deadline: Friday 6th September 2019

Why World Vision…

World Vision is a global community of millions, working together for one purpose: to change the lives of vulnerable children.

Our supporters, partners and staff join forces with communities on the ground to help children achieve good health, access education for life, experience the love of God and their neighbours and are cared for, protected and participating. Together we share proven, world-class development methods to bring food, water, education and economic change.

Our organisational culture reflects a "Partnership" of World Vision offices in nearly 100 countries and almost 37,000 staff working towards one vision: Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness. Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so. World Vision has profound global impact reaching one person every 10 secs with clean water, and every 60 secs a family gets access to tools and support they need to get out of poverty.

In Australia, World Vision is an iconic brand and market leader in a sector that is renewing itself for the 21st century. Brand metrics are improving, staff engagement growing, donor satisfaction and delight is improving, and public advocacy has been significant and powerful in bringing change. The organisation is also undergoing significant digital renewal exploring and drawing upon a range of digital tools to refresh donor direct experiences of the powerful transformation work of World Vision.

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Public Health
University of Canterbury
Deadline: Sunday 8th September 2019 (midnight, NZ time)

Pūkenga/ Pūkenga Matua i te Mātai Hauora ā-Hapori Whānui
School of Health Sciences - Te Kura Mātai Hauora
College of Education, Health and Human Development - Te Rāngai Ako me te Hauora
University of Canterbury - Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha
Location: Christchurch, New Zealand - Ōtautahi, Aotearoa

Kia hiwa rā, kia hiwa rā!

He hiahia, he pūkenga nōu ki te mātai hauora ā-hapori whānui? He pōwhiri atu tēnei nā Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha kia tono mai te hunga i te tūranga Pūkenga, Pūkenga Matua rānei i Te Kura Mātai Hauora i Te Rāngai Ako me te Hauora.

  • Full-time at 37.5 hours per week (1.0 FTE)
  • Continuing (i.e. permanent) position

What You Will Do

Applications are invited for an academic continuing position in Te Kura Mātai Hauora - School of Health Sciences in the subject area of Public Health. The holder of the position will provide major contributions to the delivery of coursework, research supervision, and administrative duties related to undergraduate and postgraduate programmes within Health Sciences. Expertise will include at least one of the following areas: community focused health services, health programme design and evaluation, epidemiology, health informatics and/or population health in the areas of nutrition, diverse populations and/or addressing health inequities.