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Employers looking to fill positions in program monitoring and evaluation and performance measurement can submit job ads here. This service is available to members and non-members. 

An administration fee of $AUD110.00 (gst incl) applies to each job ad submitted.


Social Research Centre
Deadline: Reviewing applications when received - role to be filled by 2019

  • Rare qualitative research opportunity with Australia’s leading social research provider to work at a senior level in the Social Research Centre
  • Utilise your qualitative expertise and passion to lead research projects in a high performing specialist Qualitative Research Unit
  • Work on a range of public and social research and evaluation studies for government, academic and not-for-profit clients
  • Help to develop and realise the strategic direction of the Qualitative Research Unit
  • Full-time permanent position, based in Melbourne’s CBD near Flagstaff Gardens

Allen + Clarke
Deadline: 4pm Tuesday 9th October 2018

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

Are you looking for a new challenge? Allen + Clarke is looking for an experienced evaluation and research manager to join our Evaluation + Research Practice. We need someone with extensive evaluation and qualitative and/or quantitative research experience, and knowledge of a range of evaluation and research methods and approaches. Experience in managing and coaching staff is essential. As is an ability to plan, manage and lead high-quality evaluation and research projects through from inception to completion within a team environment. You may be 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.

Applications close: 1st October 2018

We are seeking a Principal Consultant or Senior Consultant to join our Sustainable Futures Business team. Our Sustainable Futures team work across multiple sectors such as Environment, Agriculture and Infrastructure.

You will be responsible for winning and delivering a range projects to clients and support the achievement of out business targets along with project management and delivery, effectively managing project teams.

About you:
Ideally you will have experience working in a consultancy role however if you have a demonstrated ability to write successful proposals, and experience in the collaborative planning and delivery of designs and evaluation services that would be ideal. You are a collaborative thinker with ability to engage both internal and external stakeholders.

You have a post-graduate qualification in evaluation or other relevant subject ideally with experience in evaluation consulting. You are a high achiever, well organised, self-motivated and resilient in fluid environments. You enjoy working in a collegial atmosphere with an emphasis on individual responsibility You have demonstrated expertise in mixed method evaluation approaches. You have the flexibility to travel on a regular basis.

Closing date: Sunday 30 September 2018

  • A sensational opportunity to join one of Australia’s leading international not-for-profits
  • Fixed term 12 month contract, full-time hours
  • Melbourne based

About Oxfam
At Oxfam we believe all lives are equal and no-one should live in poverty. We join forces with people who share this belief, to empower communities to build better lives for themselves.
That’s why we are there on the ground, not only to save lives in times of crisis, but also to develop lasting solutions. Our work spans wide because there are many causes of poverty. That’s why we’re also in front of decision-makers, governments and corporations, and speak out on the big issues. Together we are tackling poverty by changing minds, systems and lives.

About The Role
The MEL Advisor works in partnership with Oxfam globally to provide technical support to strategic and programme design processes in countries across Asia Pacific as well as business development opportunities. The role provides direct and remote technical support and capacity building of Oxfam staff and partners for the delivery of high impact development programs. The role also works closely with colleagues globally and in Australia to promote learning and knowledge management and facilitates processes related to the capture, analysis, dissemination and access to programmatic data and knowledge.

ARTD Consultants
Deadline: Monday 1st October 2018

ARTD is looking to appoint an experienced disability sector consultant to support our work in social inclusion and disability sector transformation. The role will suit someone with experience working with people with disability and their families and a passion for improving their experiences through co-design approaches.

You will work closely with a Director to support disability policy development and evaluation projects to meet business objectives and income targets. Depending on your current skills and experience, you will be provided with the support required to manage a portfolio of clients or support to develop your own portfolio.

ARTD is committed to the professional growth of its staff and you will be supported to develop a plan for your own professional development.

ARTD Consultants
Deadline: Monday 1st October 2018

A Research Analyst at ARTD is responsible for contributing to projects to deliver quality products and services, meet business objectives and help maintain ARTD’s reputation and the quality of our services.

The role involves supporting senior staff across multiple evaluations and other consultancy projects in a wide range of subject areas. The role will suit a proactive, curious person with an interest in research and evaluation who has some basic research skills and excellent attention to detail. ARTD is committed to the professional growth of its staff and you will be supported by senior staff to develop a plan for your own professional development within the scope of available projects, interests and existing skills/work experience.

SANE Australia
Deadline: Friday 21st September 2018

This role, who reports directly to the Deputy CEO, will be responsible for leading the development of SANE Australia’s Impact Measurement and Evaluation approach ensuring that we can measure and communicate our impact on improving the wellbeing of people living with complex mental illness. The Evaluation Lead will work with all Program and Project Leads to develop and implement a systematic approach to impact measurement and evaluation across the organisation, including the development of Program Logics.

This is a fixed term contract until 30 June 2023.

Further information


Agency for Clinical Innovation
Deadline: Thursday 6th September 2018

  • Opportunity for an experienced program evaluator within healthcare
  • Chatswood or Lismore location
  • Innovative healthcare organisation and opportunity to work on a great project!

We are looking for:

  • A collaborative and passionate individual with exceptional stakeholder skills
  • An experienced program evaluator who has a strong formative and summative evaluation background
  • A results driven professional

What you will be doing: 

The Senior Evaluation Analyst will work closely with the Evaluation Manager to plan, develop, and undertake evaluations of models of care, pathways and guidelines across the NSW health system. Evaluations will be designed to monitor progress, measure outcomes and assess impacts of projects and identify areas that may benefit from improvement. This role will work collaboratively with all ACI Portfolios, the Ministry for Health, Local Health Districts, Hospitals and health professionals to facilitate contribution to the evaluation process.

For futher details and to apply please go to:


Sax Institute
Deadline: Tuesday 11th September 2018

  • Not for profit sector
  • Opportunity to apply your evaluation skills to a diverse range of projects with a range of clients
  • Maximum-term contract – 18 months, part-time or full- time opportunity (0.8 – 1.0 FTE)
  • Ultimo Location, professional and friendly environment
  • Competitive remuneration package, including salary packaging

The Sax Institute is a leading Australian expert body in helping decision makers find and make best use of research to solve real-world health and social problems. We are a transformative organisation established to develop innovative ways of better connecting knowledge from research with those who can use it.

The Evaluate program at the Sax Institute works with government and non-government agencies in health and social policy to ensure that new policies and programs are evaluated successfully, and to build capacity in evaluation design and planning.

The Evaluation Fellow will play a key role in Evaluate, drawing on their high-level research and evaluation skills, the internal skills within the Sax Institute and the skills of our Members. Key responsibilities include leading and collaborating with colleagues on:

  • the development of evaluation frameworks for government and non-government agencies
  • program evaluations conducted by the Sax Institute
  • qualitative and/or quantitative data analyses
  • report writing
  • funding applications.

Further information


Oxford Policy Management Australia
Deadline: Friday 31st August 2018

OPM Australia builds on OPM’s work across South and South East Asia and the Pacific, by deepening OPM’s engagement with public and private sector organisations in the region, including the Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade and the New Zealand Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Trade.

We have an exciting opportunity to join our Canberra based team as a Senior Consultant (Development Economist). This is a varied and interesting position for someone looking to join a small but growing team, where they can have a high impact.

You will lead OPM’s further entree into the DFAT and NZ MFAT evaluation and review market, and where appropriate the studies market, understanding these donors’ specific aid strategies and requirements across the region. Within this collaborative environment, you will share good contextual understanding and expertise from working in the Pacific, and South and South-East Asia, that can help OPM unlock opportunities in the region. You will have the responsibility of providing technical guidance and academic rigour on evaluations and research studies, to both OPM Australia’s multidisciplinary team and OPM’s regional offices in Indonesia and Myanmar. Once the pipeline of work in these areas has grown, you will have the opportunity to build a small, dynamic and responsive team.

Deadline: Monday 17th September 2018

The role
Join Cardno in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea to play an integral role in developing and leading the section responsible for monitoring, evaluation, learning and innovation in the Justice Services and Stability for Development (JSS4D).

This role involves:

  • Ensuring program implementation is underpinned by lessons, research and results; and that outcomes and impact are captured and communicated.
  • Driving accurate, timely and effective reporting on the results and achievements of the Program and facilitate evidence-based improvements to program effectiveness and performance through monitoring, evaluations and reporting work.
  • Managing a team comprising of a Specialist Monitoring and Evaluation Adviser (a short term/fly in fly out role), Communications Manager and Communications Officer and a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer and Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Assistant.
  • Coordinating and managing external Monitoring and Evaluation Service Providers.

To access the Terms of Reference detailing responsibilities and selection criteria please copy and paste the following link: 

Deadline: Monday 3rd September 2018

We have a unique offer with strong growth. We are looking for the next outstanding Senior Consultant to join our Award-winning public policy and evaluation practice, located in Melbourne.

As a Senior Consultant you will contribute your evaluation, research and critical analytical skills to providing evidence and advice for a diverse range of clients in the public, private and non-profit sectors. Our team contributes to public policy across portfolios including Indigenous affairs, education, health, social services, justice, housing, disability and urban economics.

Further Information


Coffey International
Deadline: Monday 27th August 2018

The Australian Government’s Fiji Program Support Facility announces: Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Adviser - Health position.

  • Opportunity to help Fiji shape the future direction of health services
  • Initial full-time contract, for a 12 month period, with potential option to extend
  • Inputs based in Suva, Fiji

Health Consult (Melbourne) - advertised by Derwent Executive
Deadline: Monday 1st October 2018

Our client delivers high-quality consulting services to private and public sector health clients. With offices in Sydney and Melbourne, offerings include activity-based costing and funding, program review and evaluation, technology assessment, organisational development and workplace planning.

Working within a specialist team, the Melbourne office is looking for a Manager to lead the design of program review and evaluation projects. This person will understand evaluation theory and health programs. develop program logic models and construct data collection (quantitative and qualitative). You will write reports on program appropriateness, efficiency, effectiveness, sustainability and performance. You will also be expected to make recommendations on program improvements. This is not a revenue generating role although on-selling is expected as part of the job.

Minimum five years' experience (health sector preferred), plus at least two years' experience in managing and delivering program evaluation and / or review projects. Previous experience in Consulting is desirable.

NOTE: For a confidential discussion, call Tom Mutch at Derwent Executive on (03) 9691 1333 quoting reference number 23729.

HOW TO APPLY: Please go to the Derwent Executive website to apply (upload a COVER LETTER and CV)


UNICEF Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office
Deadline: Wednesday 8th August 2018

Job Vacancy: International Consultancy for Technical Peer Reviewer Evaluating the Attribution and Contribution of UNICEF LAC in High/Middle Income Countries

Duration of Job: 4 months

Hiring Office: LAC Regional Office, Panama

How to apply: Please find the ToRs and submit your application in the following link: