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Act for Peace employs people from all backgrounds who are dedicated to assisting communities affected by poverty and conflict. If you’re passionate about tackling injustice and helping communities torn apart by war and poverty, we’d love to hear from you. Have a look at our latest jobs and internship vacancies below.
Please note, our head office is located in Sydney, though we do have some staff located in offices around Australia. We are committed to the protection of children and we do not employ staff whose background is not suitable for working with children. All employment is conditional upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks.
View Act for Peace's Child Protection Policy here and all other policies visit the Act for Peace Policies area.
International Program Coordinator - Protection (3 days per week)
- Responsible for contributing to the achievement of AfP’s Strategic Plan and its three-year Operation Plan on Protection.
- Reports to the Protection Program Manager (the IPCP’s line manager).
- Responsible for program monitoring and evaluation, the preparation of project proposals, reports, financial acquittals, budget submissions, reports and other duties as required.
- Provides technical support on protection to AfP staff and local program partners.
The International Program Coordinator - Protection (IPCP) will play a key role in the small but dynamic team within Act for Peace (AfP), which supports communities affected by conflict, disasters and displacement around the world.
Under its Strategic Plan, AfP maintains a strong focus on protection through all of our work. The IPCP will work alongside other program coordinators, who support overseas partners and their programs, draw on the support of technical specialists in protection, effectiveness, finance and institutional fundraising, and be expected to coordinate a portfolio of partner-implemented protection programs, variously funded by donors and/or AfP, and implemented by local partners with varying capacities and technical expertise. The IPCP will also be responsible for supporting partners to develop community-based protection programs and mainstream protection principles and standards in programs.
International travel will be required (approx. 2-5 weeks per year) as the IPCP will directly manage AfP’s relations with partners running programs supported by AfP.
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. Please submit your resume and a coverletter which addresses how you meet the selection criteria for this role.
Applications close Monday 25th of June at 9am.
For enquiries, please contact Sharon Edington on email@example.com
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