- Job posted on: 26th Nov 2019
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World Vision is a global community of millions, working together for one purpose: to change the lives of vulnerable children.
Our supporters, partners and staff join forces with communities on the ground to help children achieve good health, access education for life, experience the love of God and their neighbours and are cared for, protected and participating. Together we share proven, world-class development methods to bring food, water, education and economic change.
Our organisational culture reflects a "Partnership" of World Vision offices in nearly 100 countries and almost 37,000 staff working towards one vision: Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness. Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so. World Vision has profound global impact reaching one person every 10 secs with clean water, and every 60 secs a family gets access to tools and support they need to get out of poverty.
World Vision is committed to ensuring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff are well represented and supported within the staff team. The Australia First Nations Program has a First Nations staff network that acts as a support network and safe space for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff who are separated by distance but connected by culture. The network also provides advice to the Australia First Nations Program and the broader WV organisation regarding our work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations, communities and families.
As the project manager for Channels of Hope for Gender (CoHG) you will be responsible for managing the successful implementation of the project in the Lajamanu community with the expansion of the project to one other community likely to take place in 2020.
This will entail working closely with World Visions Faith and Development Advisor and Research and Evaluation Advisor from the Program Development & Effectiveness team to ensure that the project activities:
Channels of Hope for Gender (CoHG) is a program model that World Vision has adapted and used in several countries around the world to facilitate a faith based response to domestic and family violence which ultimately impacts the broader well-being of children.
As the successful applicant, you will have demonstrated professional experience working with remote Aboriginal communities, preferably within a community development context, facilitating community workshops, working in cross-cultural teams to deliver results and experience in providing mentoring, training and support. In addition, you will ideally have:
This role is a 12 months fixed term contract operating in a full-time capacity and will be based at our remote Office in Alice Springs, NT. Remote benefits available.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
World Vision Australia takes our Safeguarding responsibilities seriously and we provide an environment that is safe for our child and adult beneficiaries. We have strong recruitment procedures to make sure the safest and most suitable people work with the children in our programs. We provide our staff and volunteers with ongoing supervision, support and training in their work with child and adult beneficiaries.
A career with World Vision is an opportunity to join a sector-leading humanitarian aid organisation. We collaborate in a high performing and professional culture, committed to partnering with Aboriginal and Torres Strait communities and organisations so that they can lead their own development and achieve their goals and aspirations
We help build brighter futures for vulnerable children and are seeking to support the empowerment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait families and communities.
Aside from the opportunity for broad and life-changing impact in the lives of the world’s most vulnerable, some of our other benefits include: