About the organisation
About the role
Suicide Prevention Australia (SPA) is the national peak body for the suicide prevention sector. SPA is a member-based organisation that’s guided by people with lived experience of suicide, counting amongst its members the largest and many of the smallest organisations working in suicide prevention, practitioners, researchers and community leaders.
SPA exists to provide a clear, collective voice for suicide prevention so that together lives can be saved and, through collaboration and shared purpose, works towards the ambition of a world without suicide.
In this newly established role, you will analyse suicide prevention data, support evidence-informed policy and the communication of data for members, and guide the impact measurement of Suicide Prevention Australia activities and the collective impact of the sector.
Reporting to the Deputy CEO, you’ll work across the organisation to help SPA collect, analyse and learn from data and evidence, including to:
- Lead the organisation’s analysis and communication of suicide prevention data
- Implement and report on impact metrics, analysis of trends and organisational data
- Advise on good practice quantitative and qualitative data and research methods
- Support efforts to build capacity and capability for data usage and awareness in the sector
Culture & Benefits
- 35 hour working week (for full time) with additional paid leave over Christmas
- As a workplace SPA focuses on being positive, ambitious and strategic
- A strategic plan links to clear goals for every position in the organisation
You have a passion for social impact and you’re motivated to use your skills to contribute to SPA’s ambition for a world without suicide.
Qualifications, skills or experience in data analysis or impact measurement are required. Experience in data and impact roles in corporate, social purpose or public health organisations preferred.
You thrive working in a dynamic environment and you bring demonstrated skills and ability in:
- Data research, evaluation and impact measurement
- Qualitative, quantitative and mixed research methods
- Supporting others to build data capability
- Developing and maintaining relationships with a range of stakeholders
- MS Office suite, Excel, software for data management and CRM Systems
If you want to join a team dedicated to providing support for those most vulnerable, please apply by submitting your CV with a cover letter responding to the skills required section above. Alternatively please call (02) 82430570 to discuss.
Please note there is no formal closing date for this role, if you are interested we would encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
How to apply
Please quote in application: Data & Impact Analyst/Advisor via Pro Bono Australia.
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