About the role
- Part time (0.8FTE), maximum term position up to 12 months (full time applications will be considered)
- Salary commensurate with experience, range: $112,202 – $142,802 pro rata plus superannuation
- Attractive employee benefits including salary packaging
- Join an organisation making a difference in the lives of vulnerable Victorians
About the role:
Victoria Legal Aid (VLA) is seeking a dynamic, collaborative and experienced Evaluation Lead to drive the organisational evaluation program.
This is a fabulous opportunity for an experienced evaluator to strengthen our evaluation and outcomes approach and help us grow our evaluation capacity and culture. You will be responsible for leading our evaluation portfolio, steering key strategic projects and providing targeted advice and ongoing support to senior leaders and other staff.
The role is critical to making evidence-based policy, service design and delivery a reality at VLA, and is responsible for driving improvement across the organisation in the collection and use of evidence, establishing robust frameworks tailored to our context, and building staff commitment, knowledge and skills at all levels.
To be successful in this role you will have a passion for purposeful, useful and used evaluations, strong problem-solving skills, and an enthusiasm for sharing your evaluation knowledge with others.
You will have extensive professional experience in monitoring and evaluating programs and projects in the not-for-profit/ community, government, and/or legal sectors, with particular skills in practical evaluation methods for use in busy organisations. Critical to your success will be your highly developed leadership skills and ability to foster collaborative and influential relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders. You will also demonstrate strong coaching and facilitation skills, and an ability to engage staff and build their capacity in monitoring and evaluation approaches.
About the organisation
About Victoria Legal Aid:
Our vision is for a fair and just society where rights and responsibilities are upheld. With over 800 staff employed in 15 offices across Victoria, we help people with their legal problems by providing information, advice and education with a focus on the prevention and early resolution of legal problems. We also provide legal representation to those who need it most.
We offer attractive employment benefits including salary packaging (making part of your salary tax-free), flexible working arrangements, family friendly policies and opportunities for professional development. Whilst the work is challenging, you will be rewarded with a culture that is focused on achieving quality outcomes for disadvantaged Victorians.
How to apply
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Please quote in application: Evaluation Lead via Pro Bono Australia.