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Africa Program Support Group (APSG) – Panel of Experts
Monitoring and Evaluation Specialists
Australia Africa Partnerships Facility
Applications close: Friday 28 June 2013
The Australian Government, through AusAID, is committed to broadening and deepening its engagement with African countries and institutions. The Australia Africa Partnerships Facility (AAPF) is one of the mechanisms used to achieve the second objective of Australia's strategic approach to aid to Africa 2011-2015, which is 'to help build the human resources capacity of African countries, particularly in areas and ways where Australia has recognised strengths and expertise'. The goal of the AAPF is to develop partnerships between Australia and African countries that contribute to achieving African countries' development priorities.
The AAPF is managed on behalf of the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) by Cardno Emerging Markets (Australia) Pty Ltd (Cardno). The AAPF's head office is in Pretoria, South Africa.
The AAPF is now seeking highly qualified and motivated candidates to be part of the Africa Program Support Group (APSG) – Panel of Experts for the short term technical position: Monitoring and Evaluation Specialists (job reference number EMR/ACNP/AAPF/APSG07).
The APSG Panel of Experts is a panel of pre-qualified individual consultants that Cardno can engage quickly to meet the needs of AusAID's program in Africa. The APSG Panel of Experts will be used for a number of tasks within their technical area, including provision of advice, project/ activity design, scoping missions, project review and monitoring, representation on AusAID's behalf at conferences etc., and report writing.
The full Call for Application documents, including the Terms of Reference can be downloaded at http://www.cardno.com/en-au/Careers/Pages/Jobs-at-Cardno.aspx searching for the job reference number mentioned above.
The terms and conditions of this position are determined by AusAID's policies and procedures as set out in the 'Adviser Remuneration Framework' (ARF). Full details of the ARF are available at http://www.ausaid.gov.au/publications/pages/3994_1809_6357_1618_6763.aspx
Any questions with regards to this application can also be directed to
. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Cardno Emerging Markets is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to child protection.
Further information about the AAPF is available at http://www.aa-partnerships.org/.
Monitoring and Evaluation Adviser, HHISP
Applications close: 27 May 2013, 4:00pm
The HHISP is an Australian Government AusAID funded project that supports the implementation of the Health and HIV programs on behalf of AusAID and GoPNG, with its overarching objectives being to improve maternal and child health outcomes and deliver increased health and HIV services to the rural majority and high risk populations in support of the Partnership for Development Outcomes. The project is managed by Abt JTA in association with the Burnet Institute.
A key role has opened within HHISP for an experienced Monitoring and Evaluation professional to provide high-level technical and management support in the implementation of effective monitoring, evaluation and reporting systems from process to outcome levels.
This is a long term position that will play a lead role in data collection, aggregation, analysis and reporting on achievements, and provide advice to partners concerning the monitoring and evaluation of the broader AusAID program of support to the sector. The successful individual will report to the HHISP Director and will work together the Program's Design Specialist and Grants Coordinator.
The Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor will work on the development of plans and activity designs that articulate and integrate the monitoring and evaluation requirements of the program at all levels. The position will also be responsible for developing guidelines and tools for data collection, coordinating data collection processes, and maintaining an associated M&E database around HHISP operational and activity performance.
The successful applicant will have:
- 10 years' combined relevant education and professional experience, including 5+ years in monitoring, evaluation and project reporting, and experience in an international development context.
- Demonstrated knowledge and experience in working in health and HIV and AIDS programs an advantage.
- Demonstrated experience in the development and use of quantitative and qualitative approaches to monitoring of results.
- Demonstrated experience in the design and usage of knowledge management and M&E databases.
- Relevant tertiary qualifications in international development, public health, social science, research (or a related field).
- Exceptional analytical, written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to communicate with a variety of audiences and produce high level reports.
- High level interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to build positive relationships with a range of stakeholders.
- Demonstrated capacity to work autonomously, with a high degree of initiative.
- Prior experience working in PNG and/or the Pacific region will be highly regarded.
The expected mobilisation date for this role will be June 2013.
To apply for this position, please visit the career section on our webpage: www.abtjta.com.au. Applications for this position must include a current CV and a response to the Key Selection Criteria as specified within the Position Description document attached. Please note that direct applications will not be accepted.
Team Leader, Program Planning and Evaluation
Applications close: 1 May 2013
- Lead NPS MedicineWise program planning and evaluation
- Opportunity to work across the organisation
- Work with a small cohesive team with talented and committed staff
About the opportunity
Provide technical and management leadership to a small, dedicated team on evaluation methodology to ensure scientifically rigorous evaluation of NPS MedicineWise products and programs.
This role provides the opportunity to work across the organisation and lead the development of key evaluation projects. You will be responsible for providing advice and developing evaluation plans based on the best available evidence and practice and will be supported in doing this with in-house resources.
- Post-graduate degree in program evaluation, public health, epidemiology or other relevant field
- Experience in managing evaluation work in health related organisations
- High level technical expertise in epidemiology, quantitative statistical analysis and qualitative research/evaluation
- Superior attention to detail, and commitment to producing high-quality deliverables in a timely manner
- Sound understanding of planning, budgeting and resource allocation processes
- Management skills and demonstrated ability to develop capability in staff
- Excellent organisational skills
- Demonstrated relationship management and negotiation skills
- Highly developed verbal and written communication skills
- Proven ability to critically analyse situations and recommend solutions
About the benefits
- Salary packaging
- Ongoing development
- Additional leave arrangements
- Flexible working conditions
- Internal training
About the team
The Program Evaluation team plays a critical role in NPS MedicineWise evidence-based practice approach. The team systemically plans to collect information about our programs when implemented and then applies rigorous methodologies to assess the short and long-term impact of NPS MedicineWise interventions.
The analysis conducted by the Program Evaluation team demonstrates that we are delivering on our objectives and that our programs are making an impact.
A nationwide health organisation that is independent, evidence-based and not-for-profit benefiting Australians. We provide practical tools and information about medicines, health conditions and medical tests. This enables consumers and health professionals to make more informed decisions.
For a full position description which outlines the specific role requirements and to see why NPS is such a great place to work, please visit:http://www.nps.org.au/careers. Contact: Yeqin Zuo on 8217 8711 for more information.
No agencies please. You must be eligible to work in Australia.
sis, survey design, research and evaluation methodologies and dissemmination of research information.
There are opportunities for you at ACC - in fact we think you'll be surprised how much we can offer you and your career. So don't you think you owe it to yourself to give us a call?
To apply for this job, please visit https://careers.acc.co.nz/ and enter the job code 21913.
If you have further queries, please contact Jo on 04 816 6537.