Program Design & Evaluation Analyst

Join a high performing team with heart!

Good Shepherd Microfinance is a world leader in financial inclusion products, services and advisory. We offer fair and affordable financial programs to people on low incomes and advisory services for governments, businesses and other organisations.

As a part of this incredible work, the Program Design and Advisory Services team draws on our deep understanding of people on low incomes, innovative product and service design, and highly effective program delivery. Our specialist advisors, consultants and analysts work across sectors to provide advice on building the financial resilience and financial wellbeing of individuals and businesses and providing financial services to people on low incomes across Australia and internationally.

Due to growth across the organisation, the Advisory team is expanding so this is an exciting time to jump on board and join us!  We have a number of opportunities available, if there is more than one role that suits your background, please feel free to apply for multiple positions.

What will be your key focus?

The Program Design and Evaluation Analyst is a 12 month maximum term position to support the team deliver on a wide range of program design, research, and evaluation projects. A key objective of the position is to contribute to the production of quality research and evaluation outputs by designing and executing on research and evaluation plans, conducting quantitative and qualitative data gathering and analysis, and presenting outcomes and recommendations.

What will you need to succeed?

  1. Tertiary qualifications in humanities, social sciences or related areas. Academic and/or thought leadership will be highly regarded.
  2. Proven analytical skills, including demonstrated ability to plan and conduct research, monitoring and evaluation activities and develop evidence-based advice. Experience in quantitative research will be highly regarded.
  3. Demonstrated excellence in preparing documentation required for research and/or evaluation reports and presentations
  4. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and demonstrated capacity to convert data into insights that will be shared with a wide range of audiences
  5. Understanding of financial wellbeing and its relation to financial and social exclusion, desired
  6. Some experience of facilitation, in workshops or focus group discussions is desired
  7. The capability and commitment to work in alignment with the values of Good Shepherd Microfinance.

More about us?

At the core of our organisation are our values and a culture that invests strongly in professional development, workplace flexibility and employee wellbeing. In 2016, we were ranked in the top 10 most innovative not-for-profits in Australia. Our engagement scores are some of the highest nationally and women make up 66% of executive role and our remuneration includes generous salary packaging benefits that can increase take home pay.

Interested? Click the download button below to view the position description.  For further information and queries, contact the People and Culture team at

To apply send your resume and a cover letter to: by 5.00pm on Friday 17th August 2018.   Your cover letter should tell us why you want to work with us, why you see yourself in this role and how you believe you meet the criteria outlined in the points above (also in the Position Description).

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