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Job Opportunity: Manager - Measurement and Evaluation - Remote / Work from Home

Updated: May 9

Culture is Life

The appointed person will lead the design and implementation of measurement and evaluation processes for all activities related to Culture is Life's programs and projects, aiming to enhance and influence social and emotional well-being.


Culture is Life is an Aboriginal-led Non-Profit organization. They firmly believe in the right of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth to prosper and grow; confident in their identity, roots, and connections.

The team is proud of their impactful work, yet they need assistance in gauging this impact and communicating it to the community.


The team operates remotely (with the option of shared office spaces where feasible). Although the job is listed for Sydney, it's open to being based anywhere in Australia. Currently, the team is spread across Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, and Hobart.


Culture is Life seek a highly motivated individual, dedicated to collaborative work for inspiring change. This role offers full or part-time options with flexible work arrangements.

Culture is Life is looking for someone experienced in Measurement and Evaluation to join their innovative, determined, and focused team that supports their community in bringing about positive change. The responsibilities include leading the design and execution of measurement and evaluation processes for all program and project activities.

The role will entail forming partnerships with organizations, researchers, and communities to influence settings that promote cultural outcomes and well-being. Utilizing evidence and insights will guide strategy development and secure future funding.

Since youth are central to Culture is Life's mission, the ideal candidate will have experience working with young people, especially Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth.


  • Extensive experience working with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities

  • Expertise in developing and implementing measurement and evaluation processes within health, social and emotional well-being, mental health, or social research settings.


  • Continuously monitor organizational progress against the Strategic Plan and Theory of Change

  • Lead technical development of measurement and evaluation plans for all projects

  • Conduct rigorous partnership reviews with internal and external stakeholders

  • Supervise timely and accurate reporting and measurement of partnerships with staff

  • Manage relationships with external evaluation providers, providing feedback and oversight

  • Coordinate reporting schedules for major donors, grants, and agreements

  • Generate reports and analysis for informing organizational strategy (e.g., for the Board)

  • Disseminate information externally, in partnership with the Brand Manager, for stakeholders' benefit

  • Ensure activities are on time and within budget

  • Establish organizational data collection processes and manage the organizational database, HubSpot

  • Perform other duties as required.


  • Highly motivated with strong initiative

  • Ability to work independently

  • Maintains an aspirational, problem-solving mindset

  • Adaptable to a flexible work environment

  • Team player mindset – willing to assist and support others

  • Positive attitude, enthusiasm, and drive. DETAILS

  • Position Description is available below.

  • Salary is negotiable based on experience.

  • This role with Culture is Life has some Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT) exemptions, enhancing take-home pay

  • Culture is Life is an equal opportunity employer with over 85% Aboriginal staff (including Co-Chairs and CEO), encouraging applications from all qualified candidates, including women, LGBTQIA+ individuals, people with disabilities, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. QUESTIONS? For any inquiries, contact Alex at with the subject line: Manager - Measurement and Evaluation enquiry via EthicalJobs.

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