Femili PNG hiring in Canberra

Written by Madeleine Flint

Femili PNG is advertising for a new Development Officer in Canberra. This person will work with the Development Manager on a range of areas to support Femili PNG, including communications, stakeholder engagement, fundraising, reporting, policy development, finance and administration.

This position provides an exciting opportunity to work on an innovative and pioneering project that is making a real difference on the ground while also contributing to the development of PNG civil society. We require an individual with practical problem solving skills, who is patient, organised and hands-on, and combines a considered approach with a strong commitment to improving services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and child abuse in Papua New Guinea.

It is envisaged that the position will be filled on a full-time basis for a twelve month period, but part-time offers and/or availability for shorter periods will be considered. The position will be reviewed after this initial period.

This is a salaried position, with superannuation. Details on remuneration will be available to shortlisted candidates. We are working to a tight deadline, so get your application in as soon as possible – and no later than Thursday 25 October 2018. Please indicate when you can start.

A full job description is available here, and more information about the important work of Femili PNG is available at www.femilipng.org.

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Madeleine Flint

Madeleine Flint is the Program Officer at the Development Policy Centre. She is currently studying a Masters of International and Community Development at Deakin University, and holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from the ANU. Prior to moving into her current role, Madeleine worked with development organisations in Timor-Leste.

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