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Manager, Research & Evaluation
CIRCA Research
Deadline: Friday 7th June 2019

CIRCA is a market leader in Indigenous and multilingual social and government research and evaluation.

CIRCA is looking for an experienced researcher/evaluator to lead a small Sydney team of consultants, as well as a national network of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) consultants and community researchers to deliver a diverse research and evaluation program.

Working with the Managing Director of the Cultural Perspectives Group, the Manager, Research & Evaluation will manage CIRCA’s diverse research and evaluation consulting portfolio. The Manager, Research & Evaluation will build and maintain client and community relationships. The Manager, Research & Evaluation will lead and collaborate with a highly accomplished team committed to best practice when working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and CALD communities.

This is a genuine leadership opportunity.

  • Redfern location, national coverage
  • Collaborative and positive culture
  • Leadership and business development role in research and evaluation
  • If you possess the highest standards of professionalism, with a genuine interest in working in a values-based organisation that supports cultural diversity and inclusion we would love to hear from you.

Applicants of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, or a language background other than English, are encouraged to apply.

At CIRCA we provide our employees with excellent working conditions, a modern, respectful, collaborative culture, on-going support, and a family friendly environment which accommodates a range of personal circumstances.

For more information and application details please see the Position Description.


Project Officer Evaluation
Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions
Deadline: Tuesday 11th June 2019

  • $84,019 - $95,329 plus superannuation
  • Ongoing
  • Usual hours of work: Full Time (flexibility may be available)
  • Usual work location: Attwood (flexibility may be available)

The Project Officer – Evaluation reports to the Performance Improvement Manager within the Business Strategy and Services Unit of the Biosecurity and Agriculture Services Branch (BAS) within Agriculture Victoria. The role is responsible for providing evaluation support to the Performance Improvement team.

The successful applicant will be proficient in planning and implementing a range of evaluation methodologies, incorporating qualitative and quantitative data collection, analysis and reporting. A key focus of the position is to promote a culture of organisational learning by involving project staff in sharing experiences and lessons learnt on a regular basis.

For a confidential discussion, please call Maria Salvatico, Performance Improvement Manager on 9217 4203.

Successful candidates will be required to undergo a National Police Records Check prior to commencing employment with the Department.

For further information on the position, and position description, and to apply please visit and refer to VG020092.


Assistant Manager, Senior Evaluation Officer
Australian Public Service (DIIS)
Deadline: Monday 27th May 2019


The Evaluation Unit (in the Office of the Chief Economist) is offering a unique opportunity for an Assistant Manager and a Senior Policy Officer to join our team. We are one of the leading programme assessment units in the Australian Public Service, and are highly regarded for our innovative approaches to evaluation.

We are looking for people with excellent written and oral communication skills, experience in planning and conducting evaluations, and a broad understanding of the Australian Government’s role in industry policy. Tertiary qualifications in evaluation, economics, or social science are desirable.

Applicants for the Assistant Manager position will also have demonstrated skills in supervising team members, undertaking a leadership role, and working with internal and external stakeholders to achieve results.

Review Team - Governance for Development (GfD) program
M&E House
Deadline: Monday 3rd June 2019

Privately owned by our people, GHD is one of the world’s leading engineering professional services companies. Our global network of over 10,000 people operates in the water, energy and resources, property and buildings, environment, and transportation markets. GHD's International Development Assistance (IDA) Team delivers project management and technical services for the world's largest development organisations to improve the lives of people in developing countries.

M&E House provides specialist performance management services to the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and their partners in Timor-Leste, ensuring they are equipped with evidence and capacity to continually improve decision-making. M&E House is funded by DFAT in Timor-Leste and implemented by GHD Pty Ltd, in association with Clear Horizon Pty Ltd. M&E House contributes to Australia’s development program in Timor-Leste by ensuring that DFAT is equipped with evidence and capacity to continually improve decision-making and tell a clear results story, and that implementing partners generate and use evidence to learn, adapt, and produce user-focused reports.

Australia's Governance for Development (GfD) Program supports Government of Timor-Leste agencies to develop and implement evidence-based policy and laws, and improve government systems. It also helps civil society engage with government decision making. The Australian Embassy in Timor-Leste has commissioned a review of the GfD Program (Program Review), which will consider the effectiveness, relevance, appropriateness, efficiency and gender equality outcomes of the GfD Program (Phase I and II). The Program Review results will be used to strengthen the current program, and inform the design of any potential future Australian investments in this sector. A review team will be contracted to undertake the GfD Program Review.

Further information

Research Analyst
Clear Horizon
Deadline: COB Monday 27th May 2019

Clear Horizon partner with leading government agencies, service providers, philanthropies and social innovators to co-design and evaluate programs that create meaningful change. The Social Justice and Sustainable Futures teams work to improve social justice and environmental sustainability. Both teams are currently seeking passionate and highly motivated Research Analysts to join their work at Clear Horizon.

Key Responsibilities include:

  • Undertaking research, evaluation and design tasks;
  • Undertaking literature reviews;
  • Assisting with data collection and analysis (including interviews and surveys);
  • Writing reports and communicating with clients;
  • Assisting with the development of proposals;
  • Project management co-ordination and administrative support;

Monitoring & Evaluation Manager
Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
Deadline: Tuesday 28th May 2019

The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) is the largest aid, employment, health and advocacy organisation for people seeking asylum in Australia. The ASRC provides a range of direct services as well as participating in law reform, campaigning and lobbying.

The Monitoring and Evaluation Manager leads a small team of staff to build capacity and embed M&E systems across the ASRC. In this challenging and rewarding role you will support the ASRC’s important work with people seeking asylum while making full use of your skills and knowledge as an M&E specialist.

By supporting program staff to conduct monitoring, evaluation and regular review and reflection, the ASRC’s Monitoring and Evaluation Team aims to:

  • Facilitate continuous improvement of our programs and services
  • Measure and assess our impact
  • Increase accountability to our stakeholders (donors, supporters, members and partners)

The M&E team also delivers the innovative LEEP pilot, which provides paid evaluation internships for people seeking asylum. The pilot will finish at the end of August 2019, after which the M&E Manager will work with key stakeholders to explore opportunities for scaling.

Position Description


Senior Project Officer
Australian Human Rights Commission
Deadline: 5pm Friday 17th May 2019

The Australian Human Rights Commission is responsible for managing key projects arising from the collaborative work with the Australian Department of Defence to support and improve cultural reform throughout Defence. The Defence Force Collaboration Team are looking for a Senior Project Officer with a research and evaluation background and project management skills to support the planning, management and evaluation of projects.

This position is an Executive Level 1with a remuneration of $98,216 to $109,817 per annum plus 15.4% superannuation. This is a non-ongoing employment opportunity to 30 June 2020.

Please submit an Applicant Details Form (found here, your resume and a cover letter outlining your suitability for this position. There is no longer a requirement to address each selection criterion separately.

Please refer to our Guidelines and Eligibility section for further information on how to apply.

Applications must be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 5pm on Friday 17 May 2019.

Position Description


Senior Evaluation Analyst
Agency for Clinical Innovation
Deadline: Wednesday 22nd May 2019

  • Employment Type: Full Time Temporary until end of June 2021
  • Position Classification: Health Service Manager Level 3
  • Remuneration: $110,961 - $126,496 per annum plus super
  • Hours Per Week: 38
  • Location: Chatswood or Lismore
  • Contact: Evaluation Manager, Renee Fortunato. 042 111 3535

Join an organisation passionate about delivering improved health care.

Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams in an innovative organisation to evaluate health services aimed at improving patient and system outcomes and experience.

Flexible Working Organisation and this position is based in Chatswood or Lismore. The Chatswood location will be moving to state of the art, agile offices in St Leonards in 2020.

For more information go to 

Senior Engagement Advisor - Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
Country Fire Authority
Deadline: Monday 20 May 11.59pm
Contact for further information: Ray Fritz - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Located at CFA Headquarters, Burwood East
  • Permanent (ongoing)
  • $95,811 pa (plus 9.50% super)

The Country Fire Authority (CFA) is one of the world's largest, and most highly regarded community-based emergency service organisations.
Our Community Safety team drives and oversees a range of initiatives with the aim of leading and supporting engagement for safer communities.
CFA seeks a leader in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL).

This is a new role, and as such presents an opportunity to drive, strengthen and promote the way we measure and design our community engagement programs and initiatives.

As our new Senior Engagement Advisor MEL, you will support and raise the quality of CFA’s Community Safety programs and activities by implementing the recently developed monitoring, evaluation and reporting system. You will be supported to shape the role, applying your skills and expertise to:

  • Lead the implementation of a monitoring and evaluation system including associated tools and processes, specific to Community Engagement working closely with Headquarter and Regional Community Safety staff to ensure regular data collection and analysis of data on program delivery.
  • Coordinate the evaluation of CFA’s community safety programs
  • Ensure consistency in the objectives and key success factors of programs and align with organisational outcomes frameworks.
  • Responsible for quarterly reports on the reach and quality of program delivery and annual reports on progress to outcomes to enable understanding of program effectiveness and shared learning.
  • Provide technical support and build capability with key stakeholders and practitioners within the organisation on evidence-based program design, data collection tools analysis and evaluation.
  • Liaise with providers of evaluation services, such as evaluation specialists, universities, Collaborative Research Centres, ARC, and other providers to outsource ad-hoc evaluations
  • Effectively communicate, negotiate and build strong relationships within CFA to enable understanding of program effectiveness and shared learning
  • Contributing to thought leadership

Senior Consultant
Abt Associates
Deadline: Sunday 19th May 2019

About Us
Abt Associates is a mission-driven, global leader in research, evaluation and implementing programs in the fields of health, social and environmental policy, and international development. We work with our clients to implement bold, innovative solutions to improve the lives of the community and deliver valued outcomes for our clients. Abt Associates is regularly ranked as one of the top 20 global research firms and one of the top 40 international development innovators. We provide a comprehensive range of services from policy to service delivery in the public and private sectors, contributing to long term benefits for clients and communities. Abt Associates is an organisation that has a personal commitment to its staff and as such we value the long-term relationships that we build with the people who work for us.

The Opportunity
Abt is now seeking a highly experienced management consultant with strong capabilities in evaluation to work and provide leadership in our domestic consulting practice and as required provide advice to our international teams.
The Senior Consultant will be responsible for:

  • Leading pre-capture, capture, business development and tender responses in collaboration with the Domestic Consulting Team and the Business Development Team
  • Leading, managing and contributing to a range of domestic consulting projects and domestic programs through the full project cycle. These could include but are not limited to Evaluations, Monitoring, Research, Quantitative Analysis, Needs Assessments, Service Mapping and Strategies and Workforce reviews
  • Contributing to business development, and program management and delivery of international programs as required

Principal Consultant - Evaluation
Sustineo Pty Ltd
Deadline: Friday 31st May 2019

Sustineo has an expanding portfolio of work in research, impact assessment, and evaluation in Australia and the Asia Pacific region. We are seeking an evaluator/researcher with established credentials, and who wants to work with a close-knit, values-driven, and collaborative team.

Further information on the position and how to apply.


Learning Academy Manager
Clear Horizon
Deadline: 5pm Friday 10th May 2019

About the business
Clear Horizon is a vibrant project consultancy specialising in co-design and monitoring and evaluation based in Melbourne with offices across Australia. For the past 10 years we have provided professional development through face to face training and masterclasses. We are a value-based company with a worldwide reach, and we make deliberate choices about who we work with to maintain our principles of social justice and environmental sustainability.

We strive to be a friendly and positive workplace that values our employees and respects the need for, and supports, the effective integration of work and life. At Clear Horizon we are serious about sustainability. We have a passionate green team who have driven our sustainability policy over several years now.

About the role
We want an online learning experience that can inspire and enable project managers, evaluators, designers, collaboration leads, entrepreneurs and more to evaluate and improve their impact. This role is based within Clear Horizon's Digital Transformation team and is on permanent full-time basis with an attractive salary package including access to a bonus after 12 months.

Your key responsibility will be to produce e-learning courses and other online learning materials for our e-learning platform, as well as oversee the existing face to face training program. You will manage a team including an events coordinator, videographer and web developer and operate as our expert e-learning creator, producer and manager.

Design & Evaluation Learning Lead
Australian Red Cross
Deadline: Sunday 5th May 2019

  • Ongoing role
  • Full time or Part time
  • North Melbourne location

Who we are:
Australian Red Cross is part of the world’s largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region.

About the role:
The Design and Evaluation Learning Lead works as part of the Impact, Design and Evidence team and is responsible for developing and implementing the organisation’s approach to organisational capacity building around program management. The role will demonstrate expertise in translating learnings from evaluations and reviews to provide a stronger evidence base for design, and ensure that capacity building and learning approaches are developed in a way that is impactful for participants, easy to access and use for Australian Red Cross staff, uses online technology and tools, and is flexible in its approach.