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Project Manager - Work from home

International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China
  • Empowerment and Accountability Project: Empowering Religious and Ethnic Minorities and Calling for Accountability (EAP)

We are seeking an experienced project manager who is an exceptional communicator and has a demonstrated track record of success in leading advocacy campaigns and/or programs. This is a wonderful opportunity for the right person to make a globally significant contribution in the fight against human rights abuses occurring in China today.

The Project Manager will implement our new Empowerment and Accountability Project (EAP) ensuring that relevant standards, requirements and quality are met at all times. The role will include managing subcontracted services and volunteers.

The EAP Project is a global outreach program aimed at raising the profile of the human rights abuse of forced organ harvesting. The project will call for accountability and transparency, produce outreach and educational materials, and empower the victim diaspora through online trainings and mentoring.

  • Reports to and works alongside: Project Director
  • Hours: 3 days a week - home based (primarily). Meet with Project Director regularly online and in person when possible
  • Remuneration: $40K
  • Proximity to Northern NSW an advantage however this is a work from home position so applicants from other regions are also encouraged to apply


  • Write and develop the EAP program plan and coordinate its implementation
  • Manage and promote the EAP online training program to strengthen the knowledge base of the victim diaspora
  • Coordinate and develop high quality advocacy resources and outreach materials
  • Manage the EAP global outreach program which calls for accountability and transparency
  • Develop and carry out evaluation strategies in order to strengthen and develop the program over time
  • Provide reports to the Project Director, Board and donors on progress and milestones.



  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
  • Excellent organisational skills including ability to plan own workload and meet deadlines whilst coordinating and overseeing volunteers and subcontractors
  • Strong efficiencies in conducting assessments, report writing and carrying out monitoring and evaluation tasks
  • Ability to influence stakeholders from community, business and government at a senior level through to grassroots community
  • Experience in online event management and promotion (eg: webinars/online trainings)
  • Demonstrated accuracy and attention to detail
  • Proficient computer skills in Microsoft Office


  • Proficiency across social media platforms
  • Knowledge, experience and enthusiasm for human rights, with previous work in issues pertaining to China an advantage
  • An understanding of policymaking and decision-making processes in government and political parties

The term of this role is fixed until July 2021 with a probation period of 3 months.

For further information about this position, please email Susie Hughes at info@endtransplantabuse.org using the subject line: Project Manager - Work from home enquiry via EthicalJobs.


ETAC is a registered Australian charity with international activities. The principal object for which ETAC has been established is to end forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China and seek justice for the victims, and to advance knowledge of, and promote education about, human rights and values regarding the forced removal and trafficking of organs harvested from prisoners of conscience in China.

ETAC recently initiated the China Tribunal (www.chinatribunal.com), an independent people’s tribunal chaired by Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, that assessed all available evidence and concluded that forced organ harvesting has been happening for a substantial period of time in China to a very substantial number of victims.

ETAC is an independent, non-partisan organisation. We are not aligned with any political party, religious or spiritual group, government or any other national or international institution. Our members are from a range of backgrounds, belief systems, religions and ethnicities. We share a common commitment to supporting human rights and ending the horror of forced organ harvesting. www.endtransplantabuse.org

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