ChildFund Australia is an international development agency that works in partnership with children and their communities to create lasting and meaningful change by supporting long‐term community development and promoting children’s rights.
ChildFund Australia directly implements child‐focused development programs in Viet Nam, Papua New Guinea (PNG), Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar, and works in conjunction with the ChildFund Alliance global partnership to deliver programs in countries throughout Asia, Africa and the Americas.
Programs are funded by sponsorship contributions, grants, donations and other revenue. ChildFund Australia has an extensive child sponsorship program with more than 55,000 children in 24 countries sponsored by Australians.
ChildFund Australia’s goals are to deliver quality development programs that are respectful, responsive and effective in eliminating or reducing poverty for children, their families and communities.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join ChildFund Australia. We are seeking a Regional Grants Officer based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia or Hanoi, Vietnam.
Interested applicants are required to:
1. Complete the Application Form
2. Systematically address the competencies outlined in the Position Description in your cover letter; and
3. Submit your application form along with your cover letter and resume via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
All inquiries should also be made to email@example.com
Any incomplete applications could not be accepted. Position Description and Application Form are available at https://www.childfund.org.au/careers/jobs/regional-grants-officer
Closing date: 7 September 2015 (Monday) 5:00PM AEST time.
ChildFund Australia is an equal opportunity employer with competitive remuneration rates and excellent employment terms and conditions. All employees are required to abide by ChildFund’s Child Protection Policy and Code of Conduct.
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