- Melbourne > Vermont
- Job posted on: 15th Dec 2021
- Applications close:
You have experience in managing international development programs – ideally but not necessarily in INA’s regions of interest and with knowledge of ACFID’s quality standards and ANCP requirements. You have experience in assisting with the design and implement a program strategy that strengthens the development practice of field partners in achieving INA’s mission. You can support partners with design, monitoring and evaluation of projects to ensure quality and effectiveness and provide strong accountability. A commitment to supporting partners with organisational capacity strengthening as relevant to their needs is a plus.
We are innovative, growing and committed to making a difference.
INA is a DFAT fully-accredited international development organisation working with the poorest and most marginalised communities, especially women and children, to eliminate poverty and its causes, regardless of affiliation.
We are almost 50 years old and are 1 of only 41 fully Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)-accredited Australian NGOs working in international development. This accreditation means that we meet the highest program standards.
We support impact through innovative partnerships and conduct national education programs with Australian students. INA is grounded in Christian values and strives for a just world where all people are treated equally to reach their God-given potential.
Inquiries: David Ensor, Chief Executive Officer – (03) 9877-7177 / firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Programs and Compliance Officer - International Development enquiry via EthicalJobs.
INA recognises and rewards our staff and can offer a number of attractive benefits; NGO salary packaging, flexible working conditions, professional development opportunities and free parking.
Job share arrangements are negotiable with suitable candidates.
A position description is attached.
INA is committed to workplace equity and diversity and encourages applications from Australian Residents with diverse cultural backgrounds and people with a disability.
INA is committed to the safety and best interest of all children accessing International Needs supported services and programs and workplace.
Relevant background checks including working with children’s, police and reference checks will be completed prior to the preferred candidate’s employment being confirmed.