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Employers looking to fill positions in program monitoring and evaluation and performance measurement can submit a job advertisement by using the online submission form – see link below. This service is available to members and non-members. 

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Closing date: Wednesday 26th May 2021

The Organisation
We believe good evidence and effective implementation have the power to solve our most pressing social problems. We are passionate about using our expertise to work with policy makers, practitioners and organisational leaders and funders to effectively use evidence to change lives for the better. We are an independent, not-for-profit organisation motivated by our mission to improve the lives of children, families and communities facing adversity. Our work can be summarised in three key areas:

  • Making sense of the evidence: We are experts in accessing, synthesising and analysing high quality research to provide insights into what the evidence says is effective.
  • Effectively implementing evidence in practice: Evidence needs to be put into practice to make a difference. We use our expertise in implementation science and practice and program design to identify ways to increase the uptake of research findings into routine practice.
  • Trialing, testing and evaluating: We use rigorous methods and tools to trial, test and evaluate policies, practice and programs to ensure they are delivering the best possible outcomes for the communties they serve.

Closing date: Wednesday 26th May 2021

The Papua New Guinea Australia Transition to Health (PATH) Program is one key way in which Australia is investing in PNG's security, stability and prosperity by delivering support to PNG’s health sector. PATH supports locally generated and scaled health systems reform, working in partnership with the Government of PNG on high priority health issues including health security, communicable disease, family planning, sexual and reproductive health, and maternal and child health. This strong partnership is supporting PNG to improve the health and well-being of its citizens in line with PNG's National Health Plan. PATH looks to attract staff who are committed to this vision, and who are also able to work in collaborative, creative and adaptive ways to contribute to better health outcomes for people in PNG.

The Performance and Adaptive Systems (PAS) Lead will lead the establishment, roll-out and management of the program’s PAS function by integrating adaptive management principles and approaches into Program Strategy, Planning and Design and Program MERL systems and processes. The PAS Lead will work closely with the Provincial Facilitation Lead and GEDSI Lead and other workstream leads to develop this cross-cutting program function at program, provincial, project and partner level - with technical advice and input from an Adaptive Management Adviser and an MERL Adviser.

Closing date: Sunday 16th May 2021, 11.59pm AEST

  • Full time position based in Parramatta or remotely across NSW (flexible working options are available)
  • Temporary position for up to 5 years
  • Starting salary of $115,331 + super + annual leave loading

About the Role: 
Are you interested in overseeing the performance evaluation of the NSW Government’s portfolio of major climate change initiatives? We’re looking for an experienced performance and evaluation expert to provide advice, expertise, analysis and support for the management of the NSW Climate Change Fund. 

Working within the Environment, Energy and Science Group, this is an exciting opportunity to lead the design and delivery of monitoring, evaluation, reporting and business intelligence frameworks, systems and methodologies, at a whole-of-fund level, ensuring CCF-funded programs and projects meet delivery targets, stated priorities and legislative obligations.

Closing date: Friday 7th May 2021

About Cube Group
The future is bright. At Cube Group, we’re sure of it. Our team has a shared vision for a better future, and we’re working hard to make it happen. We are a dynamic firm that exists to create practical solutions that have a positive impact on the communities of Australia.
Our people are our key to success. We work best when we work in close collaboration with our clients. We bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and ideas to projects. We use our tact and good judgement to turn complex challenges into practical and realistic actions.

The opportunity and role
We are confident about the future for our clients and our team are experiencing a growing workload as we head into 2021. To support this, we are looking for research and evaluation specialists eager to work on a diverse range of projects for our purpose driven clients.