About the Role
The Federation has worked for the past three years to support Community Legal Centers (Centres) to improve the outcomes they achieve through improved evaluation and outcomes measurement. Our aim was for Centres to use outcomes measurement to inform their strategic service planning and service delivery, and ultimately to improve access to justice for Centre clients. Over the three years, we worked with ten Centres over different times to build their evaluation capacity by: delivering training in monitoring and evaluation; supporting Centres to develop theories of change and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) frameworks; mentoring Centres in how to collect data and analyse the results; and developing an evaluation community of practice. Additionally, we have also developed a sector-wide Outcomes Measurement Framework, which articulates the outcomes the entire sector collectively works towards. The Framework is accompanied by a sector-wide toolkit. This next phase will build on the achievements of the past three years, supporting implementation of the sector-wide framework and building evaluation capacity for measurement and monitoring to occur. This role is about helping CLCs to evaluate both the immediate impacts they achieve through service delivery, and to assess how those impacts contribute to sustainable systems-level social change. You will be helping to create practices and frameworks that will shape the way in which community legal centres drive change for many years to come.
About the Organisation
Impact & Evaluation Coordinator The Federation of Community Legal Centres (Vic) (the Federation) is the peak body for Victoria’s Community Legal Centres. At the Federation, we pursue our vision of a fair, inclusive, thriving community through being a respected and influential advocate. Our voice is distinct and courageous: we are not afraid to challenge government, big business, or other powerful actors. Together with our members and communities, we work to dismantle unjust systems that perpetuate racism, sexism, homophobia, ableism, economic injustice and other inequalities. Our priority is to be fully accountable to the communities we represent.
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To apply for this position, please email your resume and a covering letter addressing the selection criteria in the position description to the attention of Director of Sustainability at firstname.lastname@example.org Any queries about this position may be directed to the Director of Sustainability via email@example.com or on 9652 1501. We encourage applicants from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, people with disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people to apply for this position. Applications close at 10am Thursday 30 May 2019, with interviews to commence shortly after.
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