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Closing date: Friday 17th December 2021

  • $72,361 to $90,442 per annum plus 10% employer superannuation guarantee
  • Generous salary packaging benefits
  • Full time - 76 hours per fortnight
  • Anglicare Central Office, London Circuit, Canberra City

The core mission of Anglicare (NSW South, West & ACT) is to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty for children, young people and families. We have a particular focus on serving vulnerable communities in the ACT and regional, rural NSW.

We are looking for a Research Officer to be responsible for ensuring the voices of those people we serve are heard and used to make continuous quality improvement, enhance client sense of safety and empowerment. This role mainly involves managing internal evaluation/survey projects, in collaboration with frontline services. You will also get the chance to develop program evaluation reports that will assist in measuring and reporting on our client-focused outcomes.

Closing date: Thursday 9th December 2021

Primary purpose of the role
This role supports subject matter experts in the Evaluation and Effectiveness unit to scope and plan evaluation activities for a broad range of evaluation projects. Working with a variety of program owners across the department, this role helps develop program logic models and undertakes evaluation readiness assessments to ensure robust and useful evaluation findings.

Within the unit, this role supports the development of evaluation proposals and plans, and assists with the implementation of appropriate evaluation governance structures.

This role also supports special projects in the Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation as required.

Closing date: Thursday 9th December 2021

  • Full time, fixed term appointment until March 2023
  • Research Focused Academic Level C/D Salary $123,961 to $158,884
  • 17% Superannuation
  • Casuarina Campus / remote working from elsewhere in Australia also considered

Contribute to the Realist Research, Evaluation and Learning Initiative at CDU
Like our namesake, Charles Darwin, we think differently. We innovate, embrace new ideas, and act with courage and kindness. We’re about what we can give to the world rather than what we take, and we believe in the transformative power of education. We value diversity and our culture of belonging to make deep and abiding connections with our staff, students, First Nations peoples and the wider community. We will be Australia’s most connected university with our people at the heart of all we do. Because we believe You make CDU. That is the CDU difference.

The Northern Institute is a hub for research expertise, leadership and impact for stakeholders. Northern Institute’s researchers are recognised nationally and internationally as leaders in their fields.

Closing date: Friday 31st December 2021

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.investinginwomen.asia.

Closing date: Friday 3rd December 2021

Ongoing Evaluation & Monitoring Manager role | Not-For-Profit Sector | $110-120k + super + salary packaging

Your new company
This leading Australian Not for Profit's vision is to ensure all young Australians are supported to be mentally healthy and engaged in their communities. The Evaluation Department sits within the Strategy, Impact and Policy Division and is responsible for monitoring and evaluating key programs and services to measure their effectiveness, guide continuous quality improvement and contribute to new research in the youth mental health field.

Due to an influx of new programs across the organisation, this new Manager position has been created to help guide the Evaluation team through this transition and beyond.

Your new role
The role of the Evaluation and Monitoring Manager is to effectively lead a small team and manage a portfolio of program evaluations across the organisation.

Closing date: Wednesday 1st December 2021

CPE is seeking a person with disability to join our team and assist in delivering projects funded by the Melbourne Disability Institute (MDI) community-based research scheme. The scheme aims to increase evidence in the disability sector, and meets the research needs of community organisations by providing research support and evaluation for strength-based and innovative programs that are making a difference in the lives of people with disability, their families and carers.

Closing date: Monday 13th December 2021

  • Are you an experienced Monitoring and Evaluation professional who is passionate about making a difference for women and children, and remote communities?
  • Do you have experience with quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis?
  • Would you like to be part of a global non-profit and leading ‘business for purpose’?

If so, we want to hear from you.

Adara Development is seeking a Monitoring and Evaluation Manager to lead the monitoring, evaluation and learning stream of work. The M&E Manager, supported by the Senior Programmes Manager and the Uganda and Nepal Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Officers, will oversee all of Adara’s M&E activities, ensuring data can drive decision-making for programmes through the timely collection and analysis of data from our programmes.

Closing date: Wednesday 1st December 2021, 5pm NZ time

  • Lead and shape a research programme on business-level support measures
  • Engage and collaborate across MBIE and other agencies
  • Fixed term for six months, Wellington-based

We have an exciting opportunity for a Principal Analyst to join the Business and Economic Development team at the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE).

About the team
The role reports to the Manager of the Business and Economic Development team within the Evidence and Insights branch. This is a multi-disciplinary team of economic analysts, researchers, evaluators and data scientists that has been recently carved out of a larger team to focus specifically on the economic development portfolio. We apply a range of analytical skills to support the sustainable economic development of New Zealand's businesses, regions and sectors. Our work is interesting, topical and has impact.

Closing date: Tuesday 30th November 2021, 5pm NZ time

  • Use your research, analysis and evaluation skills to inform New Zealand’s economic development
  • Help solve challenging economic problems
  • Permanent position, Wellington based

We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Analyst to join the Business & Economic Development team at the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE).

About the team
The role reports to the Manager of the Business and Economic Development team within the Evidence and Insights branch. This is a multi-disciplinary team of economic analysts, researchers, evaluators and data scientists that has been recently carved out of a larger team to focus specifically on the economic development portfolio. We apply a range of analytical skills to support the sustainable economic development of New Zealand's businesses, regions and sectors. Our work is interesting, topical and has impact.

Closing date: Monday 29th November 2021

About the Paul Ramsay Foundation
Paul Ramsay was a visionary business leader who left Australia a remarkable legacy. Through his generous bequest, the Paul Ramsay Foundation continues his philanthropic legacy through a shared commitment to help break cycles of disadvantage in Australia.

Our talented team bring to this challenge their diverse perspectives and experience. We are anthropologists and educators, lawyers and economists, epidemiologists and entrepreneurs, political scientists and historians, psychologists and business analysts, journalists and administrators, philosophers and artists –all guided by our values of respect for people, curiosity, loyalty, courage and innovation. Diversity & inclusion, wellness, culture and learning are all important to us. 

Find out more about the Paul Ramsay Foundation at www.paulramsayfoundation.org.au 

Closing date: Sunday 28th November 2021

Program Background
The goal of Partnerships for Infrastructure (P4I) is to contribute to quality infrastructure development that drives inclusive growth in Southeast Asia. P4I’s end-of-investment outcome is improved decision-making towards quality infrastructure underpinned by strong government-to-government partnerships. P4I aspires to integrate gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) in all its activities.

P4I works with Southeast Asia partner countries (Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Vietnam) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The Program will operate initially for four years (2020-21 to 2023-24) and is being delivered collaboratively by One-Team comprising the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and P4I Delivery Partner organisations (EY, Adam Smith International, The Asia Foundation and Ninti One).

Further information about P4I is available at www.partnershipsforinfrastructure.org 

Closing date: Sunday 12th December 2021, 11:00 pm AEST

Acknowledgement of Country
CSIRO acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land, sea and waters, of the area that we live and work on across Australia. We acknowledge their continuing connection to their culture and pay our respects to their Elders past and present. View our vision towards reconciliation

The Opportunity

  • Use your implementation science expertise to support health initiatives
  • Undertake mixed-methods research in the virtual health care setting
  • Join CSIRO Health and Biosecurity - make a difference to digital health services

The Australian e-Health Research Centre (AEHRC) is CSIRO’s national digital health research program and with over 100 scientists and engineers, we are Australia’s largest program of this type. We’re championing the digital delivery of healthcare enabled by world-leading digital research and innovation, industry partnerships, community connections, and national trust.

CSIRO’s Health and Biosecurity is seeking an experienced Senior Health Implementation Scientist will join the Health Implementation Science team within the AEHRC. In this exciting role, you will contribute to a number of research activities, including our Digital Transformation of Health agenda.

Closing date: Monday 13th December 2021

Ninti One works with partners to influence systems to deliver better outcomes for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, by learning about what works in communities, helping organisations be more effective, sharing our perspectives and advocating for change.

We are seeking an advisor with strong evaluation and capacity building skills, and experience in stakeholder engagement. The Evaluation and Impact Adviser will be Ninti One's focal point for evaluation work that Ninti One undertakes on behalf of funding bodies. This is an exciting opportunity to join a fast-growing Aboriginal NFP and make a genuine difference for individuals and communities across Australia.

About you
We are seeking an analytical and highly motivated individual who has experience managing stakeholder relationships with funding bodies. You will have strong organizational, communication (both verbal and written), and research skills. Training and/or qualifications in evaluation would be highly regarded, or a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field is preferable (but not essential).