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Impact and Evaluation Manager

The role

The Impact and Evaluation Manager at Top Blokes Foundation will play a critical role in advancing the organisation's impact measurement approach and overseeing the impact measurement framework. In this position, you will be responsible for leading impact measurement initiatives across Top Blokes Foundation, as well as collaborating with stakeholders to determine wider arching societal impact that is created through the work of the Foundation.

As the Impact and Evaluation Manager, your primary focus will be on expanding the robust evidence base for young male health within the organisation. You will be responsible for reporting on the impact of Top Blokes Foundation's programs on young males and contributing to the development of the organisation's Impact Strategy. Additionally, you will be instrumental in establishing strong monitoring, research, and evaluation (MRE) foundations that support Top Blokes Foundation's impact assessment efforts.

A key aspect of your role will involve providing valuable intelligence to inform decision-making across the organisation. By staying updated on current and future population trends and assessing the impact made on young males, you will play a pivotal role in driving Top Blokes Foundation's mission of promoting positive male development. Your ability to effectively translate data and build relationships with internal and external stakeholders will position Top Blokes Foundation as a thought leader in the field of men's health within the broader community.

Furthermore, as the Impact and Evaluation Manager, you will oversee data analysis, reporting on impact, and conducting evaluations to support Top Blokes Foundation's operations, fundraising, and communication objectives. Your expertise in analysing data and identifying key trends will provide valuable insights for improving operations and enhancing engagement.

Who are you and what will you do?

  • A bring-it-on kind of person - you’ll set sail and steer the ship for Top Blokes Impact and Evaluation framework.

  • An analytical thinker – you lead qualitative data collection including in-depth interviews, focus
    groups and online qualitative boards as well as imterpret vast quantitative data to tell the Top Blokes story.

  • A self-starter – you can find and develop new opportunities to improve Top Blokes evaluation methodologies.

  • A supporter – you have a deep passion for improving young male mental health and social well-being that can drive the culture and values of Top Blokes Foundation. You do this through building a robust impact and evaluation function.

  • A leader – you’re capable of developing a fun, caring, collaborative and honest team environment  and training team members in all things impact and evaluation.

Who are we?

  • We’re mentors to boys and young men across Australia

  • We use a strengths-based approach to encourage boys and young men to make positive decisions about their own health and the well-being of those around them

  • We build critical-thinking and resilience to empower boys to manage tough situations, including peer pressure and breaking stereotypes

  • We build empathy and upstanding skills to recognise and change attitudes and behaviours that negatively impact themselves and the people around them

  • We use our voice to encourage the community to invest in young male health to benefit the boys who will become men who will play significant roles in the lives of their families and communities

Essential Criteria

  • Tertiary qualifications (Masters or PhD preferred) in Epidemiology, Public Health, Psychology, Statistics, or a related discipline.

  • Experience in public health, health promotion, epidemiology, biostatistics, health research, evaluation, or related fields.

  • Familiarity with quantitative research methods. 

  • Ability to effectively communicate research and data findings to diverse audiences.

  • Excellent time management and project planning skills, with a track record of meeting deadlines.

  • Capable of balancing rigor and practicality.

  • Thrives in a fast-paced environment.

  • Effective stakeholder management abilities.

  • Curiosity and a desire for continuous learning.

  • Upholds high standards in work quality.

  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently.

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.

  • Understanding of the education sector (preferred).

  • Experience in mental health and suicide research (preferred).

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