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About Us

About Us

ChildFund Australia is an independent and non-religious international development organisation that works to reduce poverty for children in the developing world. We have a global network of 11 organisations, and assist more than 14 million children and families in over 60 countries.

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Where We Work

Where We Work

ChildFund Australia is a member of the ChildFund Alliance – a global network of 11 organisations which assists more than 14 million children and families in over 60 countries.

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The Way We Work

The Way We Work

ChildFund Australia works in partnership with children, their communities and local institutions to create lasting change, respond to humanitarian emergencies and promote children’s rights.

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Current job
opportunities

Child Protection Curriculum Development Consultant

Closing date: 3rd March 2018

ChildFund Australia is seeking a consultant to collate, refine, standardise and where required further develop existing pieces of curriculum and resources into a series of discrete modules that can be utilised as individual modules or as a set when preparing curriculum for different contexts and projects. The consultant must have experience with professional curriculum development in welfare and child protection, and preferably qualifications and professional experience in social work and direct case work.

Submission
Please follow steps in Section 11 of the Terms of Reference to apply for this consultancy.

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Sport for Development Consultant

Closing date: 25th February 2018

ChildFund Australia is seeking a consultant with experience in quantitative and qualitative evaluation, with demonstrated experience in Sport for Development and the role of partnerships in achieving development impact. The successful consultant should also have appropriate experience in Asia and of delivering high quality, timely evaluations of international development programs. The evaluation will focus on the overall appropriateness and effectiveness of utilising sport as a platform to achieve relevant goals and objectives of five projects in Vietnam.

Submission
Please follow steps in Section 8 of the Terms of Reference to apply for this consultancy.

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Head of People & Organisational Development (HR)

Location: Sydney, AustraliaClosing date: 18th February 2018

We are looking for an exceptional HR leader who loves working in a dynamic and passionate environment, and relishes the opportunity to create meaningful and sustainable change. The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge of contemporary HR management and a successful track record of change management and formulating, leading and embedding positive HR strategies. The role will look to build the capacity of the POD team in Sydney and country offices, to create value and be responsive to business needs and organisational priorities. It is expected that the incumbent will have a collaborative and responsive approach to building strong relationships and communicating with stakeholders, and contribute effectively as a member of a senior leadership group.

All applicants are required to:
(1) Complete the Application Form;
(2) Briefly address core and functional competencies outlined in the Position Description in your Cover Letter; and
(3) Submit the Application Form along with your Cover Letter and Resume via email to hr@childfund.org.au

All inquiries must be made by Email:  hr@childfund.org.au

All applications will be reviewed after the closing date. While we’re not able to reach out to every applicant, we will contact you if we think you are a possible match for the role. If you are shortlisted, you will generally be contacted within 2-3 weeks after the closing date. As we may use email as a preferred form of communication, it is advisable that you check your emails regularly. If further information is needed, we will also contact you.

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Fundraising Officer

Location: Sydney, AustraliaClosing date: 28th February 2018

The Fundraising Officer will play a vital role within the marketing team to grow regular giving donations from new and existing supporters via face to face and telemarketing programs. This role is also responsible for regular giving retention activities including, but not limited to; upgrades, conversion and reactivation calling. Additionally, you will assist in building and maintaining solid and professional working relationships with all suppliers, monitoring and evaluating the performance of suppliers, proposing and implementing tactical and strategic changes and providing regular training.

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Bequest Executive - Gifts in Wills

Location: Sydney, AustraliaClosing date: 28th February 2018

The Bequest Executive will drive the development of the bequest program and be a key member of the Marketing team. This will include growing the strategy and implementing end to end plans and processes, from bequest communication to personalised stewardship of current and potential donors. Reporting into the Single Giving Manager, the Bequest Executive will also work across the philanthropic fundraising program, liaising with high net worth individuals, trusts, foundations and corporates.

Apply online at NGO Recruitment.

 

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