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Associate professor, Strong Parents and Children
Menzies School of Health Research
Closing date: Sunday 14th June 2020
Menzies School of Health Research is one of Australia’s leading medical research institutes dedicated to improving Indigenous, global and tropical health. Menzies has a history of over 30 years of scientific discovery and public health achievement. Menzies works at the frontline, joining with partners across the Asia-Pacific as well as Indigenous communities across Northern and Central Australia.
About the position:
The Centre for Child Development and Education (CCDE) is a multi-disciplinary research centre at Menzies which focuses on the social determinants of children’s development, health and learning. CCDE is committed to sensitive engagement and in-depth qualitative research including ethnographic and clinically oriented studies with Aboriginal parents and their children. This includes the evaluation of the effectiveness of parenting programs in reducing risks of self-harm, violence and antisocial behavior, and in supporting children’s development throughout the life course.
Senior Program Officer – Monitoring
Brotherhood of St Laurence
Closing date: Tuesday 19th May 2020 AEST
The Research and Policy Centre (RPC) 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.
Situated within the RPC, the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) unit works to advance the BSL’s mission to effect systemic policy change by creating an internal evidence base to investigate the effectiveness of innovations in service delivery and program development. Specifically, the MEL unit supports the BSL to:
Evaluation Services Provider
Closing date: Friday 22nd May 2020 5pm
Logan Together invites Expressions of Interest from appropriately skilled and qualified people or organisations to deliver its evaluation program over the next 5 years.
Logan Together is a transformative, whole-of-community initiative that uses the Collective Impact approach to make big, long term changes in rates of healthy child development. Logan Together emphasises collaboration between community, governments and service providers to reach common goals for social improvement. Logan Together is made up of a diverse group of people and organisations working together to create real and lasting change. The project is in its fifth year and there is much interest in both the outcomes it is achieving and how the collective impact methodology is contributing to achievement of those outcomes.
Visit us at www.logantogether.org.au
ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY
During 2018 Logan Together worked with the Queensland and Commonwealth Governments and dozens of local stakeholders to develop a comprehensive evaluation strategy for the initiative.
We are now seeking an external evaluator to operationalise our evaluation strategy and implementation plan over the next 5 years.
Please see the attached Call for Expressions of Interest for more details.
We are happy to consider responses from a wide range of providers including:
We particularly encourage applications from First Nations people or organisations where First Nations’ perspectives can be incorporated into the evaluation.
HOW TO APPLY
For further background and full details of opportunity, EOI requirements and application process please refer to the following documents: