The Senior Evaluation Analyst will work closely with the Evaluation Manager and multidisciplinary team to plan, develop, and undertake evaluations of initiatives, models of care, pathways and guidelines across the NSW Health system. Evaluations will be designed to monitor progress, measure outcomes and assess impacts of projects and identify areas that may benefit from improvement.
Evaluation of the AHP Bangladesh Humanitarian Response Phase III
Employment type: Evaluation Team or Individual Consultants
Location: Bangladesh (and some home-based work for international consultant/s)
Reports to: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager, Australian Humanitarian Partnership Support Unit
Remuneration: Fees are subject to negotiation and must not exceed established market rates
The Community Broadcasting Foundation is a proud champion of community media – Australia's largest independent media sector. Each year, we distribute more than $20 million in funding to strengthen over 450 community media organisations across Australia. Our funding helps connect people across the country, including more than five million people who tune in to their local community-owned and operated radio station every week. Our grant programs help community media organisations in urban, regional, rural and remote Australia to produce media for the community, by the community. We provide Development & Operations, Content, and Sector Investment grants.
About the role
This is a new role that will work closely with our Executive Officer and Grants Support Team to develop, monitor and measure our strategic impact measurement and reporting frameworks.
eSafety is looking for a skilled mixed methods researcher with a sound understanding of program evaluation to support the design, delivery and dissemination of high-quality evaluations of eSafety’s programmatic and regulatory online safety initiatives. Our ideal candidate will be an experienced and passionate mixed methods researcher/evaluator dedicated to eSafety’s mission of keeping all Australians safer online. In particular, you will have a strong conceptual and applied understanding of program evaluation, excellent critical thinking and analytical skills, and well-developed communication skills, including the ability to communicate research/evaluation methods and findings in plain, simple, and engaging language.
About the role
Working within the newly established Innovation Directorate, this position will oversee and deliver multiple and concurrent developmental research and evaluation initiatives. The role will contribute to building the evidence base for the organisation to continue to enhance its work in the primary prevention of violence against women. Reporting to the Manager, Design, Impact and Evaluation this important role will be responsible for managing and overseeing primary prevention developmental research and evaluations, with a focus on projects funded by the National Plan to End Violence Against Women and Children.
• Ongoing Full-Time
• Location: Parramatta (Hybrid role)
• Opportunity to make a difference at the Department of Education
• Flexible work-life balance
• Competitive salary
• 35 hour week
About the role
This is an exciting opportunity to help make a difference to the lives of children and young people. In this role you will lead in-depth statistical, psychometric and data analysis for major projects that are aligned with Departmental priorities. You will manage analysis projects from inception through to presentation of results to senior executives and other key stakeholders. You will be involved in data collection and reform activities to support the continued improvement of student, school, and system measures. You will also liaise with internal and external stakeholders to promote and build capacity in the development and use of statistical and psychometric techniques. The analysis you are involved in will be used to shape education programs and policies within the department.