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NQ Dry Tropics
Deadline: Friday 11th May, 2018
Contact for further information: Renee Madsen, phone 0413 889 604, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

NQ Dry Tropics is a not-for-profit organisation and the leading natural resource management body in the Burdekin Dry Tropics region, North Queensland. NQ Dry Tropics is seeking to appoint an individual or consulting firm with experience in strategic planning to undertake an update of our existing Corporate Strategic Plan 2011-2014. Interested parties may obtain the relevant documentation from the NQ Dry Tropics website: http://www.nqdrytropics.com.au/tenders/ 

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Suicide Prevention Australia (SPA) is seeking Evaluators to become Expert Reviewers and Mentors for The Suicide Prevention Hub: Best Practice Programs and Services (The Hub). The Hub is an online resource supporting communities to find quality, evaluated, suicide prevention programs and services.

The Hub is the first resource of its kind in Australia. It seeks to drive quality improvements across the suicide prevention sector. All programs and services listed on The Hub have been independently assessed by expert reviewers.

The Hub also aims to provide opportunities for organisations to build capacity to improve their evaluation or program design through mentoring. For organisations that do not meet the requirements to be listed on The Hub, mentors will be paired with organisations operating in the sector and evaluation experts to improve their programs and services.

The Hub has been developed by SPA in partnership with Orygen, the National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, and an independent Expert Advisory Group consisting of representatives with knowledge and expertise in lived experience, public health research, clinical research, evaluation, behavioural research and service delivery.

SPA is seeking expert Reviewers and Mentors who would be interested in becoming involved in supporting The Hub by reviewing evaluated and evidence-based programs and services, and become mentors. Both of these roles are in a paid capacity. For more information please review the Reviewer Job description and get in touch with SPA’s Knowledge Exchange Manager, Michelle Kwan by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 02 9262 1130 with a copy of your CV.

Please include relevant information about yourself such as your speciality area(s); publication history; knowledge of recently published research in your specialty area(s); and willingness to invest the time needed to thoroughly review the programs and services you agree to review or provide mentoring for organisations seeking evaluation support. Please also provide an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae, ensuring detail is provided about any affiliations you have with suicide services and programs.


 

Australian Red Cross
Deadline: Wednesday 18 April 2018
Contact for further information: David Stephens - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Kate Bunbury - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Final project review and reflection of the Building Resilient Communities (BRC) in Kayin State, Myanmar.

With support from the Australian Red Cross (ARC) and the Swedish Red Cross (SRC), the Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS) has been implementing the Building Resilient Communities (BRC) in Kayin state project since July 2014, addressing the needs of people in a post-conflict context. MRCS plays an important role in building trust between communities through providing, supporting and advocating for access to basic health for all ethnic groups and communities. The project, in its current phase, runs until 30 June 2018. The project design adopts  a holistic resilience approach which incorporates gender, disability and diversity components, as well as building partnerships with other actors and connecting the communities in Kayin State (South-East).

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Eastern Melbourne PHN
Deadline: 4pm, Monday 14th May 2018
Contact for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

EMPHN is currently seeking RFT responses for an evaluation program for its new Mental Health Stepped Care Model (MHSCM).

The tender invites responses from qualified organisations or individuals to evaluate the MHSCM, currently in the first stage of a three-stage roll-out across our catchment. The area covered incorporates the East, North-East and Outer East of Melbourne.

EMPHN anticipates that, subject to a successful tender, any services or solutions procured will begin in July 2018. Prior to tender release, please direct all enquiries to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Once the tender is released you must be registered for the tender via eProcure to submit questions using the questions tab.

For more information on EMPHN’s Mental Health Stepped Care Model, visit our website.

Interested parties are required to register via TenderSearch which is EMPHN’s eTendering portal.

Information regarding the RFT can only be obtained after registration.

Registration is free and can be accessed at https://www.tendersearch.com.au/emphn/ 
Once you receive a confirmation email of your registration, you will be able to login and:

  • view and download documentation for this RFT;
  • use the Question Forum, anonymously and confidentially, to ask questions and see answers to the questions related to this RFT; and
  • submit your RFT response electronically.

 

Australian Red Cross
Deadline: Wednesday 18th April 2018
Contact for further information: Impact Advisor: Grace Nicholas, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Red Cross is seeking an Evaluator for the 2-year Here to Contribute project, which works with new migrants, refugees, asylum seekers and Australian communities to strengthen social cohesion. The evaluation will summarise achievements against indicators for accountability, and will also identify and analyse stories of change as evidence for learning and improvement. The evaluation report should present information in a way that is clear, visual and engaging, so that it will be heard and utilised. Red Cross is interested in alternatives to a narrative evaluation report, such as video.

The role 

Conduct the evaluation of the Here to Contribute project. The evaluation has the following objectives: 

  1. Learning: To highlight the most effective strategies used by the project, their results and success factors from the perspective of newly arrived migrants, refugees and people seeking asylum and participating communities;
  2. Improvement: To identify insights to strengthen support for future project implementation; and
  3. Accountability: To complement monitoring data to meet reporting requirements.

About you

You will have:

  • 5 or more years demonstrated experience in conducting evaluations using participatory approaches and appreciative inquiry approaches such as Most Significant Change;
  • Skills using mixed media in data collection, including visual tools (may include photography, Smartphone videography, infographics);
  • Ability to develop an engaging, well-presented report, potentially using images and / or presentation software, in place of a longer document;
  • Demonstrated skills in engaging with vulnerable groups, and responding to gender and cultural diversity;
  • Commitment to strong ethical principles and practice;
  • Understanding of factors affecting the operation of Not for Profit Organisations; and
  • Commitment to Red Cross values.

Experience working with newly arrived migrants, refugees and people seeking asylum in Australia is desirable.

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Department for Correctional Services (South Australia)
Deadline: 12:00PM (ACST), Thursday 26 April 2018
Contact for further information: Greg Paterson - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The South Australian Department for Correctional Services (DCS) is seeking quotations for the provision of services to conduct a formative and summative evaluation of ‘The Arches’, a DCS-funded / NGO-delivered Bail Accommodation Support Program established in May 2017.

The Arches provides:

  • Accommodation services for alleged offenders on bail orders referred by the courts;
  • Case management and support to assist participants to meet bail conditions; and
  • Support for participants to transition to stable community based accommodation.

It is envisaged that the evaluation will be undertaken by an organisation/individual with extensive evaluation experience and relevant subject matter expertise.

The tender documentation is available on the SA Tenders and Contracts website, at the following link: https://www.tenders.sa.gov.au/tenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?id=43216&action=display-tender-details 

To submit an offer for this tender, interested parties will be required to register and lodge their offer via the SA Tenders and Contracts website, prior to the Closing Date and Time specified in the tender documentation.


 

Cumberland Council
Deadline: Thursday 12 April 2018
Contact for further information: please contact Tess Newton-Palmer, Social Research and Evaluation Officer, via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Cumberland Council is seeking an evaluation specialist to undertake a review of one of its seminal community development programs, Refugee camp in my Neighbourhood.

Now entering its fifth year, Cumberland Council is committed to continuing to work with its community partners and other stakeholders to deliver, enhance and improve the Refugee Camp in My Neighbourhood program. This research project seeks to comprehensively assess the impact of the program over time, identify key findings and guide the development of program evaluation in years to come.

UNICEF Malaysia
Deadline: Friday 30th March 2018

UNICEF Malaysia is looking to hire a consultant to design the curriculum and deliver a professional certificate programme in evaluation in Malaysia.

Please apply directly through UNICEF global vacancies at: http://jobs.unicef.org/cw/en-us/job/511594?lApplicationSubSourceID=  before the closing date of 30 March 2018.


 

Research for Development Impact (RDI) Network (formerly the ACFID University Network)
Deadline: Thursday 29th March 2018
Contact for further information: Philippa Smales This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The RDI Network is seeking to engage an external consultant(s) to complete a short-term consultancy to design and implement a strategy to assist the RDI Network to gather outcome-related data relevant to monitoring and evaluating the Network’s current work program, and its influence in the sector.

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The Ian Potter Foundation
Deadline: Monday 2nd April 2018
Contact for further information: Faye Watson 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 $200 million to thousands of projects that respond decisively to key issues and develop our creativity and capacity as a nation.

Many of the projects that the Ian Potter Foundation fund are evaluated, and often grantees approach us enquiring for evaluators. To this end, we are issuing our annual call for evaluators interested in being listed in The Ian Potter Foundation’s Evaluator Pool (TIPFEP). We use TIPFEP to recommend evaluators to our grantees with the objective of producing high-quality evaluation reports that will lead to projects leveraging ongoing funding (from government, social enterprise or other foundations).

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