- Job posted on: 21st Jul 2021
- Applications close:
Clear Horizon is a world-class evaluation organisation that works domestically in Australia and internationally. For over 15 years we have been leaders in measurement, evaluation and learning (MEL) frameworks, program evaluation and social impact measurement. More recently we have incorporated digital and user-centred approaches into our ways of working. We increasingly work as developmental evaluators and leverage our strong roots in participatory and collaborative approaches. We aim to build capacity with our clients in all our work which is enabled by our cutting-edge Academy.
Our mission is to power change makers to create a positive impact for people, place and planet. We are a women-led, for-purpose company and we make deliberate choices about who we work with to maintain our principles of social justice and environmental sustainability.
The Consultant will sit in the Sustainable Futures team, supporting the development and delivery of a range of services including evaluation studies, the development MEL frameworks and evaluation capacity building.
The Sustainable Futures team provides Clear Horizon’s core services in the environment, natural resource management and agriculture/primary industry sectors. The team works with a wide range government (state, Federal and local levels) and non-government organisations, on their strategies and programs in these sectors, including for disaster risk reduction, community and city resilience, renewable energy, climate change, reef health, agriculture, horticulture and more.
Some of the programs, organisations, and strategies that the Sustainable Futures team has worked with includes: the National Disaster Risk Reduction Framework, the Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience, Resilient Sydney, NSW Koala Strategy, the NSW Saving Our Species Program, the Reef Trust Partnership, the NSW Drought Relief Package, the Pollination Foundation, the Queensland Climate Action Plan, Horticulture Innovation Australia, and Solar Victoria.
You will have a background in natural resource/environmental management, and/or social sciences or a related field, have at least 2 years in a measurement/monitoring and evaluation role and have at least 1 year of consulting experience. Ideally you would have research methods experience, particularly in mixed-methods approaches. You will have experience in using digital tools related to measurement and evaluation such as MS Power Bi. It would be awesome if you are familiar with collaborative stakeholder engagement processes and have experience in facilitating group processes.
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