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Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation (VPSG6)

Job posted: 03/06/2022
Applications close: 10/07/2022 (Midnight)
9 days remaining

9 days remaining

Job Description

Location: Melbourne | CBD

Job type: Fixed term / 2 years

Organisation: Respect Victoria

Salary: $127,467 - $170,579

Occupation: Research

Reference: VG/RV5009

Reference: VG/RV5009

Occupation: Research

Salary Range: $127,467 - $170,579

Work location: Melbourne | CBD

An exciting opportunity to join our team and play an important role in Respect Victoria, leading and driving long term systemic change in the prevention of family violence and all forms of violence against women. Reporting to the Director Research and Evaluation, as the Manager of Monitoring and Evaluation Strategy you will support the establishment and implementation of strategic, statewide monitoring and evaluation infrastructure and systems at Respect Victoria and oversee the ongoing evaluation of the Victorian government’s Free from Violence strategy.

The successful candidate will have: 

  • A demonstrated track record of designing, implementing and managing complex, system-level evaluation and outcome frameworks, and experience in the development of theories of change for complex social issues
  • Sound knowledge of evaluation theory and principles and the ability to translate these for mainstream audiences across policy and practice
  • Significant experience in working in prevention-focused evaluation (ideally in the field of preventing violence against women or family violence), and ideally have post-graduate qualifications in public health, social science and/or program evaluation (not mandatory)

Are you

  • A strategic thinker and creative problem solver who enjoys designing and developing knowledge systems from the ground up?
  • Passionate about systems approaches to ending violence against women and family violence?
  • Someone who can work independently but who enjoys collaboration with internal and external stakeholders?

If so, we'd love to hear from you.

Respect Victoria recognises strength in diversity and values an inclusive workplace and are committed to providing flexible and accessible working arrangements for all. We actively encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability, culturally, religiously and linguistically diverse people, young people, older people, women, and gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and gender diverse, intersex or queer people. 

If you are interested in this role, but unsure how your experiences might fit, please contact us for a discussion.

Respect Victoria

Respect Victoria is a Statutory Authority under the Prevention of Family Violence Act 2018 (the Act). Respect Victoria, by its establishment fulfils Recommendation 188 of the Royal Commission into Family Violence. Respect Victoria will deliver on the commitments legislated in the Act and the objectives outlined in Free from Violence: Victoria's strategy to prevent family violence and all forms of violence against women. Respect Victoria is governed and led by a skills-based Board and Chief Executive Officer. 

Knowledge and Skills

Leadership: Builds team commitment by demonstrating personal conviction; translates organisational strategy into meaningful long-term plans
Strategic planning: Entertains wide-ranging possibilities in developing a vision for the future; translates strategic direction into day-to-day activities
Evaluation skills: Formulates and communicates evaluation options and recommendations
Collaboration: Works collectively to bring internal and external stakeholders on a journey, build capability and ensure the development of evaluation tools, systems and infrastructure that meets the needs of the field
Communications: High level written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to translate complex theories for non-specialist audiences and support the translation of evidence into practical tools and resources

What you can expect

  • Conduct meaningful work to assist Respect Victoria drive long term systemic change in the prevention of family violence and all forms of violence against women
  • A competitive salary plus 10% super
  • A fantastic remote employee engagement program, flexible work arrangements and health and well-being initiatives
  • An emphasis on work/life balance

How to Apply

A cover letter briefly addressing the key selection criteria, outlining your experience against the accountabilities and what attracted you to the role and your resume through careers.vic.gov.au website.

Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation (VPSG6)

Job type:

Fixed term / 2 years

Job classification:

VPSG6

Contact:

Lyn Walker | hr@respectvictoria.vic.gov.au

Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation (VPSG6)