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In the List of Current Postings are BC positions and opportunities. CES members can also visit the Canadian Evaluation Society website to view additional jobs and contracts click here.

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List of Current Postings

  • 14 Sep 2021 19:02 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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    The Specialist, Evaluation supports the development and implementation of evaluation strategies and activities that will inform decision making in the Health Authority. This role will focus on supporting evaluation in all Primary Care settings inclusive of Virtual Care, Specialist Care, Mental Health and Substance Use and other areas that may be identified.
  • 03 Sep 2021 09:09 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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    The waniska Centre is a team led by dedicated Indigenous researchers and Knowledge holders to specifically address the inequities of HIV, hepatitis C virus (HCV), and other sexually transmitted blood-borne infections (STBBI) in Indigenous communities of Saskatchewan and Manitoba..

    This RFP is an open call for consultants to provide a comprehensive proposal on strategies to consult Indigenous people within Canada to create a CanHepC Prairie Region Roadmap for the elimination of Hepatitis C in the region. The successful application will have knowledge of Indigenous ways, including understanding protocol, reciprocality, and respectful consultation processes. The successful applicant will adopt an approach to consultation grounded in Indigenous principles and understand Indigenous people's trauma resulting from historical and current colonialist systems and policies. The methods proposed by the applicant will also adopt the etuaptmumk (a Two-eyed Seeing approach). Additionally, the applicant will have high political acuity to navigate the relationships between First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples.

  • 03 Sep 2021 09:07 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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    The waniska Centre is a team led by dedicated Indigenous researchers and Knowledge holders to specifically address the inequities of HIV, hepatitis C virus (HCV), and other sexually transmitted blood-borne infections (STBBI) in Indigenous communities of Saskatchewan and Manitoba..

    This Request for Proposal is an open call for consultants to provide a comprehensive proposal on strategies to consult Indigenous people within Canada to create a CanHepC Roadmap for the elimination of Hepatitis C. The successful application will have knowledge of Indigenous ways, including understanding protocol, reciprocality, and respectful consultation processes. The successful applicant will adopt an approach to consultation grounded in Indigenous principles and understand Indigenous people's trauma resulting from historical and current colonialist systems and policies. The methods proposed by the applicant will also adopt the etuaptmumk (a Two-eyed Seeing approach). Additionally, the applicant will have high political acuity to navigate the relationships between First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples.


  • 31 Aug 2021 20:29 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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    Canadian Partnership for Women and Children’s Health (CanWaCH)

    The Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation is a highly experience and independent manager with experience in thought leadership and mobilizing evidence to action, responsible for overseeing the continued development and expansion of CanWaCH's flagship data platform, the Project Explorer.


  • 26 Aug 2021 20:41 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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    The Evaluation Associate is responsible for planning, implementing, and communicating the evaluation of curricula and programs within the Education portfolio of the Faculty of Medicine. This will include working collaboratively and effectively with faculty leaders and staff throughout all phases of evaluations to ensure the needs of stakeholders and the organization are addressed..


  • 11 Aug 2021 19:43 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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    We are a small but growing research and evaluation firm based in Vancouver. We typically work with nonprofit and governmental organisations, evaluating programs and services. A significant part of our work is in health care as well as working with marginalized populations. We work in an open and flexible environment that promotes collaboration and learning across team members


  • 11 Aug 2021 19:41 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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    We are a small but growing firm based in Vancouver and are looking for someone with a passion for evaluation and research to join our team. You would be joining a small group of researchers who are focused on working as a team, thinking critically and creatively, applying research methods in an ethical, equitable and rigorous way and sharing learnings in a way that is useful and engaging.

  • 22 Jul 2021 01:49 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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    The waniska Centre is a team led by dedicated Indigenous researchers and Knowledge holders to specifically address the inequities of HIV, hepatitis C virus (HCV), and other sexually transmitted blood-borne infections (STBBI) in Indigenous communities of Saskatchewan and Manitoba..

    The centre is calling for proposals from evaluators with expertise in Developmental evaluation. As the centre will be executing multiple programs founded on the underlying principles of Two-eyed Seeing, community-driven, wise practices, and a Culturally Responsive Framework, there is a need to create a developmental evaluation framework that identifies and incorporates these concepts. Potential candidates should have extensive experience in evaluating research or intervention programs utilizing Indigenous paradigms, especially while assessing the impacts of colonization, systemic racism, structural inequities and gender imbalance. In addition, Indigenous lived experience will be considered an asset.

  • 28 Jun 2021 08:25 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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    This is a unique opportunity for an energetic, ambitious person looking to advance into a leadership position within a consulting business designed to scale rapidly. You will report directly to the President and Managing Partner. You will:

    • Develop and maintain effective relationships with clients and project team members
    • Lead project teams in the implementation of projects
    • Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to determine clients needs and analyze research
    • Deliver effective work plans, reports and presentations
    • Balance multiple priorities and tasks, including leading and participating in concurrent projects
    • Provide oversight and mentorship for Qatalyst staff and associates, contributing to their development and helping them reach their potential
    • Work with other members of the management team in further developing our consulting processes and systems
    • Contribute to business development activities
    • Further develop your areas of expertise and interest


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