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Program Manager – Quality and Innovation role

June, 2022

Come join us as the Program Manager – Quality & Innovation at Anglican Overseas Aid!

WHY ANGLICAN OVERSEAS AID?

We are a small, hard-working, and passionate team that takes seriously our faith calling and works with global partners responding to poverty and injustice.

Anglican Overseas Aid (AOA) is an overseas relief and development agency of the Anglican Church of Australia. We work to achieve a peaceful, just, and sustainable world free from poverty. We do this by walking with our like-minded partners to deliver grassroots community development projects in 11 countries across Africa, the Middle East, and the Asia-Pacific. And through our global networks, we have the reach to respond to emergencies all over the world.

We’re fully accredited by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and are a member of the Australian Council for International Development.

When you join AOA, you’ll become a valued member of our team and play an integral role in achieving our mission of seeing Life, Abundantly, For All.

Who are we looking for? Program Manager – Quality and Innovation

Location: Collingwood, VIC with flexibility and remote applications welcome

Position: Permanent full-time (though part-time 0.6 or 0.8 FTE considered)

As a valued and well-supported member of the International Programs team, you’ll lead continuous improvement across our development and humanitarian programs. You’ll manage a discrete range of Pacific-focused development projects and partner relationships. You’ll also be able to look for new and innovative ways to extend our impact and effectiveness through our extensive partnerships and coalitions.

Alongside your relevant tertiary qualifications, you will have at least 3 years of international and/or community development experience. In addition, you have solid project management experience and understand the importance of robust design, risk, monitoring, and evaluation systems.

You display excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively in small teams and respectfully and knowledgeably in cross-cultural contexts. Several times a year, you’ll be able to travel internationally for short periods at times that work for you. Your personal ethos aligns with AOA’s faith-based work, and you’ll fully participate in the corporate and spiritual life of the organisation.

Experience with the Pacific region would be highly beneficial, as would understanding gender as a thematic area.

WHY WORK WITH ANGLICAN OVERSEAS AID?

People

Work with a small team of respectful and supportive people passionate about ending poverty and seeing God’s love in action.

Culture

We pride ourselves on ensuring that each team member feels safe, supported, and has a sense of belonging. We want to see each of our team members thrive in their work environment and provide various opportunities to help make that possible.

Salary packaging

As well as remuneration that recognises your skills and experience, we offer salary sacrificing, which means that part of your payment is paid tax-free, giving you more money in your take-home pay.

Flexible working arrangements

We offer whole of life-friendly flexible working arrangements. If you’re in Melbourne, you’ll spend at least some of your time in our incredible co-working space at ‘The Circle’ in Collingwood. If you’re located outside Melbourne or even somewhere in the Pacific, we’ll make sure we get to see you in person several times a year.

We will be reviewing applications and interviewing suitable candidates as they apply, so please don’t wait until the closing date; we want to hear from you today!

Please note: AOA is a Child Safe Organisation. If successful, you must undergo all required police clearance checks and abide by AOA’s Safeguarding Code of Conduct, Personal Code of Conduct, and related policies.

AOA values diversity. We welcome all applicants who meet the position description criteria.

Application Process

Please send a cover letter, briefly addressing the selection criteria, along with your CV to aoa@anglicanoverseasaid.org.au using the subject line: Program Manager – Quality & Innovation by Tuesday 12th July.  

If you have needs that require adjustments to be made through the recruitment process, or if you have any questions, please reach out to us.

A position description can be accessed here.

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