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ANCP Coordinator

Kokoda Track Foundation

Australian Doctors International (ADI) and Kokoda Track Foundation (KTF) are both medium sized Australian NGOs dedicated to improving health and education in remote and rural Papua New Guinea. ADI and KTF have similar development philosophies, values and implementation models. A new innovative model of shared resources is being developed by both organisations to provide an opportunity for shared learning across the organisations, the efficient use of available resources, and the attraction of a higher level of skills and expertise to both teams. Both ADI and KTF have highly integrated and collaborative teams that work together across a broad range of programs and activities.

This role will support both organisations to improve their program policies, systems and documentation across the whole program management cycle. The candidate will bring their knowledge and understanding of ANCP accreditation and ACFID/ANCP compliance processes. They will lead joint projects across the two organisations to improve systems and documentation to support accreditation and compliance.

The candidate will be employed part time by each organisation adding up to a full-time role on a 12 month contract, with the possibility of extension. We know that you have probably never seen a job ad like this, but we are hoping that this kind of shared resource becomes more common. ADI and KTF are developing, and advocating around, models of shared resources for small to medium ANGOs to reduce program operation costs, and facilitate shared learning and collaboration, both in-country and in Australian management offices. We certainly hope that this becomes more common.

Both ADI and KTF have small, integrated and highly collaborative teams, we foster shared learning and utilisation of all team members skills across all our programs, and hope to foster more of this collaboration between the two organisations. You will need to be able to work in a highly collaborative working environment where all team members contribute across a broad range of program and operational areas and job descriptions are fluid.

Role responsibilities

  • Oversee the regular review and implementation of international programs and policies and procedures, including financial policies, program management policies, monitoring, evaluation and learning policies, and safeguarding policies.
  • Monitor and support ongoing DFAT and ACFID compliance including preparation for re-accreditation
  • Coordination and planning for reporting across ADI and KTF projects for ANCP and ACFID CSA, including providing direct support to Program Managers and coordinating report refinement and submission processes
  • Updating or developing ANCP templates and guidance for use of in-country program teams, to ensure quality and consistency of donor reporting and compliance.
  • Tracking and delivering training needs of those implementing ANCP grants: for instance, general orientation, reporting processes, donor communication and branding requirements, risk management, cross-cutting issues, partner development and safeguarding obligations.
  • Develop and manage knowledge management/reference systems for ANCP related material
  • Lead and coordinate projects around re-accreditation and compliance
  • Review/develop training materials around safeguarding, anti-fraud and corruption, financial and other partner capacity, and cross-cutting issues.

Selection criteria

  • High level of commitment to the goals of improving health, education and development in Papua New Guinea
  • Practical experience working on the ground to coordinate long-term health, education or development programs in Papua New Guinea, or Pacific Region
  • Previous experience with program policy development and coordination or management in an ANCP accredited organisation
  • Experience with international development grant management

Please note: Our preferred location for the successful candidate to be based is Sydney where both ADI & KTF head offices are located, however, other locations in Australia will be considered via a remote working arrangement.

ADI & KTF’s commitments to its duties of care is reflected in their Child Safeguarding Policies and Child Safeguarding Codes of Conduct promoting the protection and safety of children. ADI & KTF’s policies and codes of conduct establishes internal measures to prevent and respond to child abuse and exploitation in its programs and operations across PNG.

ADI & KTF aim to integrate disability inclusion into all aspects of their programs as they strives to reach those marginalised by location, health and gender.

ADI & KTF have a zero tolerance toward sexual exploitation and abuse in all forms. ADI & KTF’s policies covers this as well as the team’s shared responsibility on behaviour; reporting mechanisms and victim safety. ADI & KTF seek to make the workplaces free from all forms of harassment and discrimination. ADI &KTF are Equal Opportunity Employers.

ADI & KTF adhere to their own Codes of Conduct and their Values as well as the ACFID Code of Conduct and the PSEAH Policy as outlined by DFAT.

Any questions can be directed to KTF’s Chief Operating Officer, Mike Nelson by email: recruitment@kokodatrackfoundation.org using the subject line: ANCP Coordinator enquiry via EthicalJobs or you can call the KTF office on 02 8789 0767.

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