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: Wednesday 22nd September 2021

The Australia Council for the Arts is committed to equity and inclusion, and welcomes applications from diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, cultural and regional communities, including people with disability.

About your role
You will utilise your skills and techniques in program evaluation to strengthen the Australia Council's standing as a national leader in arts and cultural research.

Closing date: Friday 1st October 2021

Nexus, a boutique Sydney-based consulting firm that is celebrating its 25th year in 2021, helps public and not-for-profit organisations achieve better results for their clients and communities. Our services include program evaluation, strategic planning, management review and group facilitation - all geared towards helping our clients change for the better and assess their impact on clients and communities.

Our business model is to put together teams with the requisite specialist skills for specific assignments. To supplement our team of contractors, we are looking for people with skills and experience in program evaluation, such as the development of program logic models and theories of change and monitoring and evaluation frameworks. You will have experience in the design of data collection instruments and the analysis of quantitative and qualitative data from a diversity of primary and secondary sources. Ideally, you will have experience in the public and/or not-for-profit sectors and have superior written and oral communication skills with a commitment to social justice and making a positive difference as a consultant.

Closing date: Friday 17th September 2021

ARTD CONSULTANTS: SEEKING SENIOR CONSULTANT OR MANAGERS WHO WANT TO SHAPE PUBLIC POLICY

  • Do you love data?
  • Have a mind for designing and delivering evaluations using government administrative datasets and surveys to understand what change has occurred and how government policy or programs have contributed to this?
  • Interested in building the capability of teams to deliver robust and policy-relevant evaluations?

If so, we may have a role for you in our Brisbane or Sydney offices!

WHO ARE WE?
ARTD Consultants is a leading public policy consultancy firm delivering services in evaluation and strategy in diverse sectors across Australia.

We work with government agencies and non-government organisations to help them make evidence-informed policy decisions; co-design service models and delivery strategies; plan for, track and evaluate outcomes; and continuously improve performance.

We are a committed and collaborative bunch, using our creativity, curiosity and critical thinking to contribute to a more thoughtful world in which governments and citizens use evaluative tools to design and refine action for the public good.

Our offices are in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. We are recruiting for a Sydney or Brisbane based Senior Consultant or Manager with specialist quantitative skills.

Closing date: Friday 17th September 2021

ARTD CONSULTANTS: SEEKING MANAGERS WHO WANT TO SHAPE PUBLIC POLICY

  • Do you have practical experience evaluating government policy and programs?
  • Are you passionate about critical thinking to shape public policy and decision making for social good?
  • Do you love nurturing teams to get the best results on rewarding projects?

If so, we may have a role for you in our Brisbane or Sydney offices!

WHO ARE WE?
ARTD Consultants is a leading public policy consultancy firm delivering evaluation and strategy services across the Australian public and not for profit sectors.

We work with our clients to make evidence-informed policy decisions; co-design service models and delivery strategies; plan for, track and evaluate outcomes; and continuously improve performance.

Our team members are committed and collaborative. We bring creativity, curiosity, and critical thinking to our work, in pursuit of a more thoughtful world in which governments and citizens use evaluative tools to design and refine action for the public good.

Our offices are in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. We are recruiting for a Sydney or Brisbane based Manager.

Closing date: Sunday 19th September 2021

This is a unique opportunity to make a positive difference to student education across NSW in an innovative and dynamic environment. We are seeking a highly motivated Evaluation Lead to join the Quality Teaching Practice (QTP) Unit and its commitment to deliver on the executive priority to amplify the best practice of outstanding teachers.

The role of Evaluation Lead, coordinates the design and implementation of evaluation for programs within the Quality Teaching Practice (QTP) Unit to provide high quality evidence for the impact of multiple high profile workstreams. This includes managing a team to meet evaluation outcomes in accordance to program milestones and deliverables for the QTP.

Closing date: Thursday 30th September 2021

FamilyCare, a regional Victorian human service provider in partnership with La Trobe University, is offering an industry PhD scholarship to an outstanding applicant. The successful applicant will develop a data platform to support evidence informed practice. Capturing accurate, consistent and reliable data on FamilyCare’s activity levels, is essential for client outcomes and service user feedback to support staff.

This project aspires to not only a change functionality but support an evolution of workplace and practice culture that enhances reporting on the quality of services delivered.

Applicants with a background in epidemiology, psychology, sociology or social work with a strong affinity for quantitative research methods are invited to apply. You are interested in working with data sets and translation to practice. This project is focused on data ‘behind the scenes’ that informs direct service delivery. You have a passion for setting up strategy and processes that ensure that direct work with clients can be undertaking evidenced informed. You will have excellent people skills to engage internal and external stakeholders. This doctoral candidate will investigate the interface between data collection platforms and quality service delivery drawing on existing theory and developing regional capacity to delivery services.