- Job posted on: 11th Feb 2020
- Applications close:
Australian Red Cross is part of the world’s largest humanitarian organisation. As an organisation independent of government and with no political, religious or cultural affiliation, our vision is human dignity, peace, safety and well-being for all.
Our focus is on building an active movement of people united by a shared commitment to humanitarian values; empowering everyone to do what's most needed in their communities and leveraging Red Cross' resources and expertise to build a hopeful and exciting future.
As the Director, you will lead our work in international disaster risk reduction and delivering humanitarian outcomes in the Asia Pacific.
You will provide thought leadership on global reforms in the humanitarian sector and lead our organisation-wide strategy and relationship with the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement.
As part of the organisation’s Executive Leadership, you will oversee the implementation and ongoing evolution of the organisation’s international programs and Movement engagement strategies.
Work for purpose and know that the work you do and the directorate you lead, helps Red Cross to save lives, build resilient communities and support people in disasters.
You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year.
For more information refer to the Information Pack: Information pack - Director International and Movement Relations.pdf.
Please review the information pack for more detailed information about our organisation and the role. For additional enquiries, please contact Carissa Williams on 03 9345 1881.
During your online application you will be prompted to upload your resume and cover letter. It is not necessary for you to address each of the selection criteria as part of your application but you could highlight your key transferrable skills and experience in a cover letter.
Closing date: Tuesday 10 March 2020 at 11:55pm AEDT.