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Annual Report Writer
24/07/2014
  • Melbourne based
  • Fixed term, part time (4 days a week over 2 months)

CARE Australia is looking to fill the part time position of Annual Report Writer, a vital role responsible for researching, editing and writing CARE Australia’s 2013-14 Annual Report. The role will also liaise with the contracted designer to design the Annual Report in a visually appealing and clear manner.

To perform successfully in this role you will possess tertiary qualifications and at least four years’ experience in communications or a writing-related field. Your demonstrated experience following corporate writing and brand style guidelines to write and design publications will be complemented by your strong project management and time management skills. Your high level written and oral communication skills, including proof-reading, editing, ability to research and archive information and proven copy-writing skills will allow you to perform highly in this role.

Want more information? 
Please view the Candidate Information Pack.

Questions about the role? 
Please contact Amelia Taylor Fundraising Communications Coordinator on 03 9009 7104 or Amelia.taylor@care.org.au (please do not email applications to this address)

To apply:
You must complete the Online CARE Australia Application Cover Sheet or download the Word version of the Application Cover Sheet.

Then email a brief statement addressing the Selection Criteria (found within the Position Description) along with your current CV to: jobs@care.org.au  The subject line of your email should read: LAST NAME, First Name + Position Title + Position Location.

How-to-apply instructions

Applications Close: midnight, 31 July 2014

Right to work in Australia for International Applicants:
23/08/2013

CARE Australia is not in a position to sponsor entry to Australia. In applying for an Australian based position you will be expected to already have a valid Australian work permit (permanent residency or applicable work visa).  Information on Australian visas and working entitlements are available from the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Citizenship.


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Program Coordinator - Timor Leste
21/07/2014
  • Fixed term – 3 years with the possibility of extension
  • Dili, Timor Leste

CARE Australia is looking to fill the position of Program Coordinator in Timor Leste. The Program Coordinator will lead the education team in the execution of the Lafaek Learning Media Program comprising three magazines that will be produced and distributed three times a year. This role is responsible for strategic planning, management including budget control, staff performance management and development and overall quality control of the program.

Your experience with innovative education approaches in developing contexts as well as your relevant program management experience including experience with complex monitoring and evaluating systems will be highly regarded. Your high level strategic thinking and analytical skills will be complemented by your proven leadership ability and representational skills including experience developing networks and relationships with a diverse group of stakeholders.

Want more information? 
Please view the Candidate Information Pack.

Questions about the role? 
Please contact Katherine Govey, Recruitment consultant on +61 2 6279 0228 or Katherine.govey@care.org.a (please do not email applications to this address).

To apply:
You must complete the Online CARE Australia Application Cover Sheet or download the Word version of the Application Cover Sheet.

Then email a brief statement addressing the Selection Criteria (found within the Candidate Information Pack) along with your current CV to: jobs@care.org.au  The subject line of your email should read: LAST NAME, First Name + Position Title + Position Location.

How-to-apply instructions

Applications Close: Midnight, 17 August 2014

Garment Factory RMNH Standards Toolkit Consultant
2/07/2014

CARE is an international humanitarian organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities. Under the Partnering to Save Lives program, funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, CARE is seeking one qualified national candidate to fill the position of Garment Factory RMNH Standards Toolkit Consultant.

I. PURPOSE OF THE JOB:

The purpose of the Garment Factory RMNH Standards Toolkit Consultancy will be to deliver a toolkit that can be used by retailers and garment factory managers as a standardised package for implementation of Sexual Reproductive Maternal and Neonatal Health (SRMNH) activities for garment factory workers. This will include developing modules for social and behaviour change communication (SBCC) that can be used within factories and externally using mass media or other channels; standards for garment factory clinics; and referral and linkages to external public, private and NGO health clinics. Some materials exist while others will need to be created.

II. RESPONSIBILITY:

  • Develop or adopt framework for change, which identifies stakeholders, partners, champions, and change agents for implementation of the toolkit and any standards it includes.
  • Develop modules using existing resources and evidence for SBCC, garment factory clinics, and external private, public and NGO health clinics.
  • Collect additional relevant modules from external partners who are willing to contribute their materials to the toolkit.
  • Develop monitoring and quality improvement tools for each module.

III. SELECTION CRITERIA:

  • Experience working in Cambodia, preferably residing in Cambodia
  • Graduate degree in public health, communications, or other relevant field
  • Experience with SBCC specifically with developing curriculums or operational standards
  • Experience with developing toolkits preferably for SRH and/or MNH
  • Familiarity with different tools and media for engaging different audiences
  • Experience working with public/government health systems
  • Familiarity with needs of garment factory, migrant or urban female populations in Cambodia
  • Excellent written skills in English
  • Khmer communication skills is desirable
  • Knowledge of how to engage stakeholder effectively on policy desirable

IV. APPLICATION INFORMATION:

Interested candidates are requested to submit CV, and two page cover letter outlining summary of relevant qualifications and prior experience and confirming part time available over 6 months to khm.jobs@careint.org. A detailed term of reference is available on www.care-cambodia.org or www.bongthom.com.

This is a re-advertisement; previous candidates do not need to apply. Deadline for applications is on 31 July 2014.


Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Submitted documents will not be returned.


CARE is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce. Women, ethnic minorities and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.


CARE Cambodia is committed to protecting the rights of children. CARE Cambodia reserves the right to conduct screening procedures to ensure a child safe environment.


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