Sustineo has an expanding portfolio of work in research, impact assessment, and evaluation in Australia and the Asia Pacific region.
This is an opportunity to join a dedicated and collegiate team working on interesting and important social and economic development projects, with the opportunity and support to lead your own practice area.
Our focus is on the provision of high quality, methodologically robust, and evidence-based research, technical advisory, and consulting services to support clients in program design, strategic direction, decision-making, performance management, results measurement and evaluation. This encompasses:
- M&E support to multilateral and government agencies and programmes
- Impact assessment, particularly using mixed method approaches
- Evaluation studies
- Development of M&E frameworks and management information systems;
- Training and capacity building.
We need to expand our capability within this area and are looking for a Principal Consultant with established credentials who wants to work with a close-knit, values-driven, and collaborative team.
Working for Sustineo you will have the opportunity to continue to develop professionally whilst having access to an established and highly effective delivery framework. Working individually and as part of teams you will lead and contribute to complex and varied work in Australia and across the Asia Pacific region.
As a Principal Consultant you will be recognised for your subject matter expertise and ability to work with committed executives and professionals on high profile and complex social and economic projects. You will have a strong network in Canberra and/or internationally, and the proven ability to identify and win work.
You will most likely hold advanced academic research qualifications in disciplines such as law, economics, finance, statistics, public administration, social policy, science, evaluation, health or similar.
A background and existing networks in government and/or development aid donor organisations would be highly valued.