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Project Tender details:

Approximately 20 days assignment for an external evaluator with skills working with people who have experienced disaster and skills conducting an impact evaluation. The project for tender is an impact evaluation of the NSW Floods to measure the impact of Red Cross' preparedness work in the region over the preceding months/years. There is no room in the budget for interstate travel or accommodation so this job will be suited to evaluators in the Northern NSW area (e.g. Newcastle and north of Newcastle).

Indigenous Australia Program Strategic Evaluation (deadline 23 May 2022)

The Fred Hollows Foundation

Deadline : 23 May 2022

Project Tender details:

See Attached EOI & ToR for further details - The specific information and materials interested applicants should provide include:
§ A cover letter outlining how you meet the key selection criteria and including two references
§ A curriculum vitae
§ Copies or links to two examples of previous written work (e.g., published reports or executive summaries of past evaluations) that are relevant to this assignment
§ A financial proposal for undertaking the evaluation, outlining daily consultant rates and any other expenses as requested in the ToR.

Details of how to apply:
See attached EOI & ToR

Contact for further information:
David Aanundsen -


Evaluation of the Youth Network, Mission Australia (deadline 30 May 2022) 

Mission Australia
Closing dates: 30 May 2022

Mission Australia, in collaboration with the Sir David Martin Foundation, seeks to engage a skilled and experienced organisation to collaboratively design and deliver a multi-year impact evaluation of the expansion of youth AOD residential Aftercare through the Youth Network initiative.

The Foundation and Mission Australia share the vision of a network of Aftercare workers across Australia for young people who have participated in residential AOD treatment programs. This will help avoid the cycle of addiction and set young people up for success with improved health and wellbeing, engagement in education and employment, housing, community connections and social support networks.

The objectives of Youth Network are to:

  • Expand Aftercare services to support vulnerable young people to live safely back in their community after completing residential AOD treatment programs.
  • Create a network of youth AOD specialists who will share best-practice knowledge, access professional development opportunities and work together to decrease the cycle of addiction and help young people achieve their goals through the provision of Aftercare