Monday, 9 January 2017

Australian Red Cross ,Head of Performance and Accountability Jobs in Australia

Closing date: 17 Jan 2017
  • Based in Carlton
    • Full time, ongoing position
The role
A key driver of organisational change toward greater transpar
ency in reporting and evidence-based continuous improvement, the Head of Performance and Accountability is responsible for leading Red Cross in the pursuit of sector excellence in outcome and impact measurement, evidence-based continuous improvement and program quality.
Reporting to the Director of Strategy and Performance, the role supports strategic goals across the organisation, including leadership direction and development for improvement of the organisation's approach to outcome and impact measurement and program effectiveness and evaluation.
About you
Pragmatic and team focussed, you are a natural leader with proven success managing, leading and developing multi-disciplinary teams in environments focussed on evidence based outcomes and impact measurement. Experienced in leading data analytics capability to improve organisational decision making and achieve high quality outcomes, you can quickly build and foster influencing relationships with external stakeholders such as peak bodies, local government and partner organisations.
Reflecting your commitment to agility, you are personally adaptable and willing to test new approaches and methods to achieve the most successful and efficient outcome.
Advance the reporting and transparency capabilities of an organisation independent of government and with no political, religious or cultural affiliation. Be supported to use evidence based measurements and tools to improve efficiency of humanitarian programs that benefit the most vulnerable people in the community.
For further information, please see the position description below or email Chris Wheatley, Director of Strategy & Performance at
Position Description: PD - Performance and Accountability.pdf
How to apply:
Please follow this link to apply:

No comments:

Post a Comment