Monitoring & Evaluation Policy Lead | Sydney
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- Bring your experience in monitoring and evaluation frameworks to lead new project implementation
- Contribute at a national level to the National Financial Capability Strategy
- $106,709 to $123,432 (depending on experience) plus up to 15.4% superannuation [and a performance bonus]
- Permanent role based in Sydney, Canberra or Melbourne
A future with ASIC means that your work will contribute to ASIC's vision for a fair, strong and efficient financial system for all Australians. We value what you will bring. We value those with sharp, analytical minds and are open to challenging the way things are done.
ASIC's Financial Capability team undertakes ASIC's role as the lead Government agency for financial capability, driving the agenda and initiatives to help Australians be in control of their financial lives.
As Monitoring & Evaluation Policy Lead, you will be required to:
- Provide expert input into a shared outcome monitoring and evaluation framework for the National Financial Capability Strategy;
- Drive the implementation of the framework, including developing tools and processes to support ASIC and other stakeholders (government agencies, businesses, not for profits and education/research bodies) to use the framework
- Ensure strong alignment between the framework and the National Research Roadmap to support learning and evidence-based practice;
- Support the effective reporting of Financial Capability work within ASIC, and more broadly; and
- Monitor relevant developments in the domestic and international arenas to inform ASIC's financial capability work.
You have a bachelor's degree in Social Policy, Arts, Law, Economics, Commerce or other discipline with a major in a relevant field (eg social policy, research, evaluation, social science) and relevant industry experience (equivalent 3 years minimum).
You have experience in monitoring and evaluation frameworks, including design, delivery and program evaluation.
You enjoy interpreting complex information rapidly and accurately and have a high level of verbal and written communications, interpersonal and negotiation skills with the ability to build, maintain, and use relationships with stakeholders to achieve outcomes.
ASIC is Australia's integrated corporate, markets, financial services and consumer credit regulator.
ASIC has a broad mandate. We are a regulator; a policy advisory body; a consumer protection agency; a licensing body; a financial educator and consumer advocate; and a company and professional registry. And we are a law enforcement agency.
This work is directed to one principal aim: to realise ASIC's vision for a fair, strong and efficient financial system for all Australians.
Underpinning ASIC's vision is the recognition that every cent in the financial system is other people's money.
A future with ASIC means that your work will contribute to achieving ASIC's vision.
ASIC is committed to a providing a diverse and inclusive workplace where the very best talent in Australia chooses to work. Indigenous Australians are encouraged to apply as well as applicants from all backgrounds and with different abilities.
To work with us, you must be an Australian citizen, and be prepared to complete an ASIC Suitability and Baseline Assessment which is issued ASIC's Personnel Security Team.
Please view the position description for more information or click ‘apply' to start your application.