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Project Manager – CKD Evaluation Program
Menzies School of Health Research
Closing date: Sunday 16th August 2020

This position will manage project activities related to the evaluation of two intersecting programs relating to people with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).

  1. The CKD3 Consortium project will evaluate progress in the identification and management of early (stage 1-3) CKD in primary care in the NT, Tasmania and western Melbourne in Victoria.
  2. The Territory Kidney Care Evaluation is a separate but concurrent project evaluating the impact of the NT’s integrated clinical decision support system (known as Territory Kidney Care) to improve the care of people with CKD through early and targeted specialist advice to primary health care services.

Under the guidance of the Principal Investigator and Chief Investigator team, the Project Manager will be responsible for the overall management and coordination of these collaborative projects.

For further information and to submit an application please visit the following website 

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Project Officer - Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
Closing date: Tuesday 18th August, midnight

There is currently an exciting opportunity in the Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Unit of DELWP's Policy & Planning Division, to manage the evaluation of the Safer Together Program, a large Government investment and an essential component of reducing the risk of bushfires.

Working across several agencies and with a large degree of autonomy, they are looking for a high-performing evaluation and evidence expert that can proactively and effectively liaise with diverse and often senior stakeholders and proficiently project-manage. Driving the collection and analysis of data to address the KEQs, the role will be a pivotal member of the Unit and an important contributor of evidence-based decision making in the Forest, Fire and Regions Group of DELWP.

Go to the following website for more information and to apply: 

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