Evaluation job vacancies

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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: Monday 8th February 2021 - midnight

We are looking for experienced evaluators and researchers to join our growing team in Melbourne!

  • Are you looking to contribute to work that makes a difference to people’s lives?
  • Our company purpose is to mobilise passionate and capable people to tackle the challenges facing our society – are you our next team member?

Allen + Clarke is an Australasian Consultancy Group. We provide evaluation, research, policy, regulatory, business change and secretariat services to government, private sector and not-for-profit clients. We operate across Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific, and Asia. We are well-recognised as a leader in evaluation and research services: our clients come to us for trusted advice on a wide range of issues.

Closing date: Friday 29th January 2021

Due to sustained business growth, we offer an outstanding opportunity for a Consultant and Senior Consultants to join our health and aged care program evaluation team. The Consultant and Senior Consultant role involves developing program logic models and evaluation frameworks; designing, establishing and monitoring qualitative and quantitative evaluation data collections; and preparing formative and summative evaluation reports.

We invite applications from highly motivated individuals who wish to further develop their career in the health and aged care industry. For the Senior Consultant role, you will have well developed skills in program evaluation; five or more years work experience in the health or aged care sector, preferably including a management consulting role; as well as postgraduate qualifications in program evaluation or a related discipline. And, you will be creative; solution oriented; focused on client service; a team player; and committed to personal development and continuous improvement. For the Consultant role, ideally you will have two to three work experience in the health and/or aged care sector.

Closing date: Sunday 31st January 2021 - midnight (AEST) 

Investing in Women
Investing in Women (IW) is a multi-country Australian Government initiative in Southeast Asia that seeks to improve women’s economic participation as employees and as entrepreneurs and influence the enabling environment to promote Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE). It commenced in April 2016 with operations in the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam and Myanmar and is due to run through to June 2023. It is managed out of the Gender Equality Branch (GEB) of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) in Canberra. The Program is supporting the following outcomes:

  • More businesses achieve improved gender equality in their workplaces
  • Intentional impact investments in women’s small and medium enterprises (WSMEs) increase
  • Positive shifts in gender norms related to workplace gender equality

For more information, see www.investinginwowen.asia 

The Opportunity
The Review/Design Lead will review implementation of phase 2 (July 2019-June 2023) of Investing in Women, as well as prepare an Investment Design for a possible new women’s economic empowerment investment building on the successes and lessons learned from Investing in Women.

Closing date: Sunday 10th January 2021 

Expression of Interest - Abt Associates Governance and Development Practice Canberra

Senior Advisor – Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning

  • Unique opportunity
  • Open to all applicants
  • Flexible global location

The Opportunity
The Canberra Governance and Development Practice (the GDP) provides technical support and advice to Abt’s aid and development programs overseas through three global offices: in Australia (Canberra and Brisbane), in the UK (London) and in the US (Rockville, Maryland). The GDP team is currently comprised of six development specialists (GESI, governance, and economics). Our purpose is to contribute to improved development outcomes for men and women in lower- and middle-income countries. We do this through the provision of development and sectoral expertise to Abt-managed programs overseas, as well as smaller consultancies managed by the GDP. We now are seeking expressions of interest for an additional senior advisor to undertake MERL consultancies – with a view to becoming a permanent member of the team to drive the company’s strategy and technical approach in MERL. Refer to attachment for more information.