Impact Evaluation
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Evaluation Consultant

• Are you an experienced Evaluator of research?
• Are you proficient in qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection?
• Do you have Thematic expertise in gender based violence?
• Looking for a meaningful role where you can really help make a difference?
• Central location, Southbank, opposite Flinders Street Station
• Friendly and supportive culture


“…the only thing that I want is that guys stop taking the liberty of commenting on me and saying things to me. I don’t want much. I don’t want birds or the smell of bread in the streets. All I want is for them to treat you normally, like a human being, and that’s all. “


Plan International, has placed the rights and needs of adolescent girls at the heart of its global strategy, a first step towards taking action has meant commissioning research to find out what girls and young women actually experience as they move around their cities: how safe do they feel, how, where and when might the fear of violence and harassment impinge on their daily activities? What, when girls are restricted and intimidated, are the longer-term implications for their futures?

The research project was rolled out in Melbourne, Delhi, Kampala, Lima, Madrid and Sydney and reflection workshops where held to enhance the analysis of the research findings.

Plan International Australia is now looking for a Consultant to evaluate and formalise the effectiveness and evidence of change.

About Plan International Australia

Plan International is a global independent development and humanitarian organisation. We work alongside children, young people, supporters and partners to tackle root causes of the injustices facing girls and the most marginalised children.

As one of the oldest, largest and most experienced organisations in our field we know that there is nowhere in the world where girls are treated as equals. Girls are taken out of school, fed least and last, married as children, intimidated out of public spaces, abused and excluded – just for being a girl. Yet when girls have the same opportunities to thrive, they have the potential to transform their futures, and the futures of those around them.

We also work with boys, recognising that each child faces different barriers and that equality is the key to ensuring all children can thrive.

How to apply

Interested applicants need to provide a proposal covering the following aspects:

• Detailed response to the TOR (download here) including:
- Proposed methodology
- Ethics and child safeguarding approaches, including any identified risks and associated mitigation strategies
- Proposed timelines
• CV
• Example of previous work
• Detailed budget, including daily fee rates, expenses, taxes etc.
• Working with Children Check


Please include the title of the role in the subject line and email to by midnight, Sunday 19th May 2019