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Job Opportunity: Koori Impact and Evaluation Officer, Dhumba Murmuk Djerring Unit

9 Jan 2024

The Koori Impact and Evaluation Officer focuses on collecting and interpreting knowledge for effective and rigorous monitoring and evaluation across Koori programs within the Courts Group.

About the role

The Koori Impact and Evaluation Officer focuses on collecting and interpreting knowledge for effective and rigorous monitoring and evaluation across Koori programs within the Courts Group. The role will be responsible for supporting the courts group to ensure culturally sound Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Framework activities translate into continuous quality improvement and strengthened accountability.


Reporting to the Director, Koori Policy and Planning, DMDU, this role is responsible for providing impact and evaluation frameworks and reports under direction on a wide range of Koori projects within Court Services Victoria and the Courts Group. One of these will be the CSV Self-determination Plan 2021 – 2025,

The role will support DMDU and the courts group with culturally appropriate MEL tool development, data collection, analysis and reporting as required.


This position is Identified in accordance with CSV's Koori Employment Plan 2021 - 2025. Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.


Applications close 22/01/24


About you

  • A sound knowledge of Koori culture, society, and an ability to communicate effectively with Koori and non-Koori stakeholders.

  • A demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement and its programs and initiatives.

  • Experience designing and conducting evaluation of Aboriginal-led programs.

  • Experience in designing and implementing monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) frameworks.

  • Understanding of program logics based on the Theory of Change (desirable).

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications (desirable).


How to apply

Visit the link here for more information on the position and how to apply.


For further enquiries, contact Traysy Kay on 0418 645 152 or traysy.kay@courts.vic.gov.au

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