- Federal Government opportunity in Surry Hills
- 12-month contract with possibility of extension
- Between $750-$900 per day based upon candidate qualifications, skills and experience
Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
- Manage a multidisciplinary team specializing in robust mixed methods research and evaluations, including inferential statistical analyses.
- Develop and manage program logic models, theory of change, and evaluation frameworks.
- Pioneer innovative approaches for utilizing existing and new data to measure outcomes effectively.
- Establish and manage key strategic relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders to design and deliver evaluation projects.
- Oversee the preparation of high-quality written evaluation findings, including business cases, reports for various forums, and documentation.
- Develop, lead, and foster a culture of evaluative thinking, building the capacity of other business units to conduct evaluations.
- Collaborate with the leadership team to deliver impactful Research and Evaluation Strategies.
- Experience in either State, federal or consultancy evaluation leadership roles
- 3+ years’ experience in leading teams in large scale, complex evaluations including state/federal programs.
- Excellent stakeholder management and the ability to work with stakeholders to determine stakeholder needs, program logics and outcomes required.
- 3+ years in independently designing evaluations and producing evaluation logics that reflect the stakeholders needs.
- Demonstrates experience delivering end to end formative and impact evaluations which have informed change.
- Experience in using a range of sophisticated methods including quantitative, qualitative and economic methods.
- Ability to coach and nurture a team.
- Excellent presentation and stakeholder skills.
- Proficient writer who can produce high quality plain English products.
- A team player who contributes to leading a thriving branch and supports all other areas.
- Academic or evaluation qualifications
In order to be considered applicants are required to hold an Australian Citizenship and will be subject to a Federal Government security check if successful.
If this sounds like the role for you, please submit an updated copy of your resume in MS Word format by hitting APPLY NOW or call Leonnie on 02 9200 3684 for more information.
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