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Evaluation Office of the World Food Programme
Closing date: Sunday 19th April 2020

The Evaluation Office of the World Food Programme (WFP), the world’s largest humanitarian organization, is hiring an experienced evaluation professional at P4 level to manage country strategy and programme evaluations. The position is based at WFP HQ in Rome, Italy.

Please find more details about this exciting opportunity here:


Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women (Queensland)
Closing date: Midday, Tuesday 14th April 2020
Contact for further information: Johnson Chen, Procurement Officer, DCSYW, 07 3097 5790

The Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women (DCSYW) is seeking to engage suitably qualified person (s), organisations or consortia to implement the Our Way Monitoring and Evaluation Framework and the Changing Tracks Evaluation Plan . The DCSYW is looking to procure a provider who can work with the Department, Government Departments, Family Matters Queensland, the Queensland First Children and Families Board, community partners and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families across Queensland to put the Evaluation Framework into action. The Wellbeing Outcomes Framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children and Young People which was co-designed in partnership with Indigenous communities across Queensland, will be used to inform the development of indicators and measures for monitoring and evaluation.

Detailed specifications and further information about the application process is available via QTenders. You will need to register to access background docs and to receive notifications. Direct link is 


Beyond Blue
Closing date: Friday 17th April 2020 5pm AEST
Contact for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The Way Back is a non-clinical service that provides psychosocial support to people who have attempted suicide or experienced a suicidal crisis. The service provides person-focused and tailored support in community settings for a period of up to three months after discharge from hospital.

The service was designed with a focus on psychosocial support and is informed by research indicating that brief interventions providing follow-up, support and continuity of care have the potential to reduce the risk of repeat suicidal behaviours.

The purpose of the national evaluation is to assess how The Way Back:

  1. was implemented across different locations (sites),
  2. the extent to which The Way Back achieved its intended objectives and outcomes across a complex and dynamic implementation environment, and
  3. to help inform the further development of The Way Back.

Beyond Blue is seeking proposal responses from Service Providers to conduct a program evaluation of The Way Back. Service Providers are required to submit a proposal response which demonstrates an understanding of The Way Back, and outlines a pragmatic, feasible and high-quality methodology with sufficient flexibility for fulfilling the evaluation purpose and meeting the evaluation objectives.

The Service Provider must have previous experience in undertaking complex multi-modal and multi-sector evaluations of programs being scaled, preferably at the national level. The Service Provider should have experience in evaluation in suicide prevention or mental health fields, or have gained this experience as part of a team.

The objectives of the evaluation are to:

  • confirm and test the theory of change, further develop the program logic including indicators, and create a monitoring and evaluation plan for The Way Back
  • help further develop and improve The Way Back
  • test and validate data collection tools and processes and provide recommendations for quality improvement
  • support the implementation of the service in complex and dynamic conditions, including local adaptation and innovation, by identifying and addressing implementation issues through rapid feedback cycles
  • assist understanding of how, when and under what circumstances The Way Back works and who it works best for
  • contribute to the evidence base to inform and improve future services, systems and policies related to suicide prevention in Australia and internationally.

Further Information


World Mosquito Program - Monash University
Closing date: Wednesday 15 April 2020, 5:00 pm AEDT
Contact for further information: Katie Anders - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The World Mosquito Program (WMP; is a not-for-profit, international research program based at Monash University (MU) in Melbourne. The program aims to provide a sustainable and cost-effective new tool for preventing transmission of a range of arboviral diseases including dengue, chikungunya, and Zika.

The Opportunity

WMP is currently seeking an experienced program evaluation specialist (individual or team) for a short-term consultancy (5 weeks) to undertake an independent evaluation of WMP’s project implementation in Fiji’s Western Division, which was funded by NZAID/MFAT. Detailed requirements are described in the attached Terms of Reference. The consultant(s) should ideally demonstrate:

  • Strong program evaluation experience, including expertise in monitoring and evaluation of international programs
  • Experience with health sector / public health programs
  • Experience working in the Pacific Islands and/or with NZAID-funded programs (desirable)
  • Ability to plan, manage and deliver a high quality evaluation process from inception to timely completion
  • Ability to communicate clearly and regularly with WMP and local stakeholders during the evaluation process, and upon delivery of the findings

Submissions should include:

* CV of evaluator(s)

*  An evaluation plan (no more than 2 pages) to include:

  • Proposed methodology and scope 
  • Evaluation plan and timetable
  • Budget, clearly indicating the number of days per activity and in total

Note: There will necessarily be flexibility in the timing of the evaluation given the evolving COVID-19 situation, and timelines can be negotiated after submissions have been received.

To apply please follow link:

Terms of Reference


Closing date: Thursday 19th March 2020, 23.59 CET

UNESCO is seeking to contract an evaluation company to perform the final evaluation of our Malaysia UNESCO Cooperation Programme (MUCP)
The procurement notice can be accessed using the following link: 

To request the terms of reference and to submit your bid please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Australian Volunteers Program
Closing date: Wednesday 1st April 2020 

Volunteer with Disaster READY!

Use your monitoring and evaluation skills to strengthen disaster preparedness across the Pacific and Timor-Leste.

The Australian Volunteers Program and the Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP) are working together to deploy volunteers with partner organisations associated with the Disaster READY program in the Pacific and Timor-Leste.

Five volunteers will work across AHP's Disaster READY partner organisations in Fiji, Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste.

These five volunteers will work together to strengthen monitoring and evaluation systems across the Disaster READY program. Volunteers will also support local colleagues to build their organisations capacity in monitoring and evaluation, project coordination and reporting.

Disaster READY volunteers can expect to begin their assignments by April 2020.

Key information

  • Five volunteers will work across Fiji, Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste.
  • Volunteers must have monitoring and evaluation experience in a development or disaster management context.
  • More information on how to apply will be shared soon. Register your interest below to receive updates.
  • To be eligible to apply you must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.

Please follow this link to register your interest:


The Ian Potter Foundation
Closing date: Wednesday 1st April 2020 4:59pm AEST 
Contact for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The Ian Potter Foundation is a major Australian philanthropic foundation that supports and promotes excellence and innovation. Since 1964, The Ian Potter Foundation has contributed over $325 million to thousands of projects that respond decisively to key issues and develop our creativity and capacity as a nation.

Based in Melbourne, the Foundation makes grants nationally to support charitable organisations that encompass four pillars:

  • Vibrant (e.g., arts)
  • Fair (e.g., employment for marginalised youth, people with disabilities, early childhood)
  • Sustainable (biodiversity, land and water management)
  • Healthy (e.g. population-level health research)