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Senior Policy Consultant
Allen + Clarke
Closing date: Sunday 15th March 2020 at 5:00pm AEST

We are looking for a Senior Policy Consultant with significant experience in policy design and implementation to join our company

  • Are you experienced in policy design and implementation in the health, social services or justice sectors?
  • Are you looking for a new challenge?
  • Do you want to be part of an expanding Australasian Consultancy Group?

Allen + Clarke is an Australasian Consultancy Group that provides policy, regulatory, business change, evaluation, research, 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 policy leader: our clients come to us for trusted advice on a wide range of issues.

We’ve been around for 20 years and opened our Melbourne office at the start of 2019. We are looking for another experienced consultant to join our growing team.

We want to hear from you if you:

  • have significant experience working in, and relationships with, the health, social services or justice sector in Australia
  • have a sound knowledge of the policy cycle, systems and processes
  • enjoy delivering practical policy solutions in a fast-paced environment
  • can plan, manage and see high-quality policy projects through from inception to completion
  • are highly organised and can work independently
  • are comfortable being thrown in the deep end and thrive on working with clients to identify their needs and deliverables
  • can lead projects, manage multiple pieces of work at once and work successfully within a team
  • enjoy networking and meeting new people
  • have experience in managing diverse relationships, and
  • have a strong client focus.

Senior Consultant, Evaluation & Research
Allen + Clarke
Closing date: Sunday 15th March 2020 at 5:00pm AEST

  • Melbourne CBD location with local and national travel
  • Multi-disciplinary team working in a range of sectors
  • Permanent position

We are looking for an experienced evaluator and researcher to join our growing company!

Allen + Clarke is a consultancy firm with offices in Wellington, New Zealand, and Melbourne, Australia. 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. Our company purpose is to mobilise passionate and capable people to tackle the challenges facing our society. 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.

We’ve been around for 20 years and opened our Australian office at the start of 2019. We’re scaling up and are eager to welcome more local staff to our team.

We want to hear from you if you:

  • have 10+ years’ experience in undertaking high quality evaluations or research studies in Australia
  • have extensive knowledge of a range of evaluation and research methods and approaches
  • have existing networks and links with government, NGOs and other evaluation practitioners
  • have the ability to plan, manage and see high-quality projects through from inception to completion
  • are comfortable being thrown in the deep end
  • thrive on working with clients to identify their needs and deliverables
  • are able to manage multiple pieces of work at once and work successfully within a team
  • enjoy networking and meeting new people 
  • have experience in managing diverse relationships, and 
  • have a strong client focus.

Neighbourhood Justice Officer
Court Services of Victoria
Closing date: Sunday 1st March 2020

  • Ensure effective systems and referrals between the Court, client services and other sections of the NJC
  • Full time, fixed term position to January 2021
  • VPS 4
  • Work with Australia's first community justice centre
  • Unique opportunity to make a difference in the justice sector
  • Flexible work options and work life balance

The Neighbourhood Justice Centre (NJC) is Australia's first community justice centre. Key aspects of the NJC approach include early intervention; appropriate dispute resolution; local problem solving; and one stop integrated service delivery with a focus on addressing the underlying causes of offending. Strong community involvement, engagement and partnerships, which deliver real and practical results for the community, are fundamental to the NJC approach.

The Neighbourhood Justice Officer and the Children’s Neighbourhood Justice Officer (referred to as NJ Officer) is a position created under the Courts Legislation (Neighbourhood Justice Centre) Act 2006. The NJ Officer role combines both positions in one role.

This role is a dedicated officer who can be present during court proceedings and provide a nexus between the court and its services, including the NJC Client Services team. The NJ Officer will also facilitate case management and assist with the co-ordination of services. The role maintains strong productive relationships with NJC justice stakeholders and maintains referral and facilitation protocols.

The NJ Officer will operate in a community orientated environment and will also participate in local community engagement and education with the community regarding the NJC and the functions of the NJC Court.

As the incumbent is currently on secondment, the successful candidate will be appointed through to January 2021, with a possibility of continuing. The role will report directly to the NJC General Manager for an initial period to be determined.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience working in a criminal justice/ community sector.

For further information on this position and to submit your application, please visit https://jobs.careers.vic.gov.au/jobs/VG-DJ5716E by midnight 1 March 2020.


 

Impact and Evaluation Coordinator
Tenants Victoria
Closing date: Friday 6th March 2020

ABOUT US
Tenants Victoria is one of Victoria’s leading specialist community legal centres. Promoting and protecting the rights of Victorian tenants we are respected and influential advocates for social change, working to improve conditions for all tenants.

Tenants Victoria believe that safe, secure, affordable and appropriate housing is a fundamental human right. Through our advice line, legal casework, law reform work, training and publications activities, Tenants Victoria supports individual tenants and community organisations, and campaigns to effect legislative, policy and procedural change. With a new CEO and the new Residential Tenancies Act due to be implemented from 1 July 2020, it is an exciting time to join and help shape the future of Tenants Victoria as we support Victorian renters.

ABOUT THE ROLE:
With a strong background in evaluation and outcomes measurement and an engaging approach, you have experience analysing and discussing data to support program development. A passion for social justice, you will support the organisation to evaluate both the immediate impacts they achieve through service delivery, and assess how those impacts contribute to sustainable systems-level social change. You will be collaborating to create practices and frameworks that will shape the way in which we deliver service for many years to come.

The newly established role of Impact & Evaluation Coordinator will build and support the implementation of the Outcomes Measurement Framework and focus on driving continuous improvement and ongoing development of our service portfolio.

Monitoring and Evaluation Volunteers
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: https://comms.australianvolunteers.com/disaster-ready-program-roi


 

Foundation Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist
icare NSW
Closing date: Wednesday 4th March 2020

icare is currently seeking an experienced Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist with a commercial mindset and a passion for social impact to join the icare Foundation team.

  • Join a progressive and innovative Foundation team and organisation
  • Newly created, exciting permanent fulltime opportunity
  • Salary from $110,745 + superannuation

The icare Foundation is an enabling unit within the broader icare business with a goal to help icare achieve its vision by supporting organisations and innovations that address the biggest societal challenges in icare’s schemes to prevent injury, improve recovery and enhance quality of life for icare’s customers.

We’re looking for someone to support senior Foundation staff to improve and operationalise the Foundation’s approach to monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) across its portfolio of grants. This role works collaboratively with Foundation team members and key internal and external stakeholders to ensure the coordination of MEL related activity. You’ll bring your experience in social impact measurement and evaluation to the role to ensure that all investments have robust impact measurement plans (including theory of change and program logic) so that an environment of learning and accountability is created, and emerging risks and issues are well managed. You’ll be working with a diverse mix of creative, hard- working curious and smart people who really care about making a difference for people and the NSW community. You will have a mind for getting things done and a heart for people and you will set the bar high through the quality of the work you do and the people-oriented decisions you make.

You’ll have a broad range of experience in impact measurement, providing project/program support, managing relationships and implementing team-based approaches. You’ll be highly organized and have excellent communication and stakeholder management skills. Experience working in the for purpose sector, consulting and/or philanthropy with a focus on insurance, health, employment, disability and/or community program management, would be an advantage.