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Impact Evidence Advisor

World Vision Australia |
ACFID Member: 1
Location: VIC
Sub location(s): Melbourne | East Burwood

The position

Reporting to the Impact Reporting & Strategy Manager, you will work with marketing, private funding, grant acquisition, field impact in educating and influencing on the core offerings of WVA. Your core duties will involve connecting WVA field work to strategic marketing offers and highlight critical achievements in our field programs. This is a key role in driving future direction of WVA offerings to ensure their longevity. The role will ensure key donor groups are supported with robust evidence of impact and clearly demonstrate a credible account of change that they can relate to.

Your role plays an integral part in the organisation, enabling us to support our mission of empowering Australians to create meaningful change for the world’s most vulnerable children and adults.

Your areas of responsibility:

  • Working with the Impact Reporting & Strategy Manager and key stakeholders, lead the development of an appropriate framework for reporting impact at scale that is in line with WVA strategy and WVI Field Office strategy and programs
  • Support the Impact Reporting & Strategy Manager, Head of Impact Hub & Strategy and Chief of Field Impact to develop WVA’s Impact Report and develop a body of evidence around impact at scale reporting for internal and external use
  • Work with the Impact Data & Analytics team, Evidence Translator and Communications teams to ensure that evidence of impact can be articulated in a way that is compelling and easily understood by all external audiences
  • Lead the development of a measurement and evaluation framework for Private Funding’s campaigns
  • Develop and facilitate training for Private Funding Relationship Managers and Marketing teams in World Vision’s measurement systems and programming approaches that underpin different campaigns
  • Support the Impact Reporting & Strategy Manager to engage with and influence the development of Field Impact strategic initiatives and key activities within other go-to-market teams, connecting field programming evidence and enable WVA to demonstrate a credible account of change
  • Engage with the World Vision Partnership to support the impact agenda (this may involve out of hours calls/engagement); and
  • Support Impact Hub & Strategy colleagues in developing new systems and ways of working to demonstrate impact

Who we’re looking for

As a storyteller for impact, you will have sound written and verbal communication skills with the ability to highlight critical achievements in our field programs for a range of audiences. You will have sound stakeholder management skills with the ability to engage, influence and collaborate across all levels of the organisation.

You will have:

  • High level understanding of and experience with monitoring and evaluation frameworks
  • Experience working alongside grant acquisition and private funding teams
  • Experience leading internal communications around key objectives
  • Experience in engaging with data visualisation
  • High level of understanding strategic implementation
  • Ability to interpret and analyse both qualitative and quantitative program data and draw appropriate conclusions
  • Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline such as International Development, Evaluation, Research or an associated technical discipline
  • Deep understanding of the international development context and issues, but also understanding of Australian market needs and demand for greater evidence of impact

Working for World Vision means you are making the world better 

It’s not every day that a job comes along that lets you change the world. Working for World Vision means looking forward to turning up at work because you know you’re about to do something meaningful. It means working with 35,000 staff and 3.3 million supporters in 100 countries who will stop at nothing to help children live better lives. Join a team that is bold and courageous, and where job satisfaction goes beyond financial reward.

The selection process

For your information, the interviews will start immediately, and the role may be filled before the closing date.

We embrace diversity, employing people from a variety of cultural and religious backgrounds. We take our Safeguarding responsibilities seriously and we are committed to providing an environment that is safe for children. Our stringent recruitment procedures make sure the safest and most suitable people work with the children in our programs. All successful candidates will undergo all required pre-employment checks which is inclusive of a criminal record check. We provide our staff and volunteers with ongoing supervision, support, and training in their work with vulnerable children and their families.  World Vision Australia participates in the Inter-Agency Scheme for the Disclosure of Safeguarding-related Misconduct in Recruitment Process within the Humanitarian and Development Sector.

The role requirements of this position require the successful candidate to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Who we are

World Vision is a Christian organisation that empowers everyday Australians to create meaningful change for children through relief, development and advocacy work.

We offer great benefits such as salary packaging, flexible working arrangements, free on-site parking and an onsite café for our employees.

For more information on World Vision and the work we do, please visit our website: https://www.worldvision.com.au/about-us

 

 

 

 

Closing Date: Dec 18, 2022

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