• Title: Project Manager, Pacific Programme
  • Location: Melbourne, Australia, with some international travel
  • Reporting To: Pacific Programme Director
  • Duration: 2 year fixed term contract
  • Salary: AUD86,353.20+9.5% Superannuation

This role will be responsible for the implementation and ongoing design of Conciliation Resources’ Programme of work in various Pacific contexts. This position will support specific projects and partners and manage donor grants while contributing to internal analysis, research, and developing and supporting peacebuilding practice within the South East Asia and the Pacific team. Conciliation Resources operates in a spirit of programme partnership, which demands team-work and collaborative decision-making, transparency and mutual respect, integrity, personal initiative, creativity, political and interpersonal sensitivity and professional discretion.

The post-holder will report to, and be performance-managed by, the Pacific Programme Director. Additionally, the post-holder will work collaboratively with the Policy and Learning Manager which is located within the Pacific Programme as well as other members of the South East Asia and Pacific Team. The post-holder will be responsible for the line management of a Pacific Programme consultant.

As this is a wide-ranging role, the post holder is not expected to be an expert on all the relevant areas. Expertise in one area, with a willingness to develop knowledge in skills in the other areas is very welcome.

Please refer to the Job Description, and submit the Applicant Statement and Form to aurecruitment@c-r.org by Monday 22nd March 2359 AEST.

We at Conciliation Resources acknowledge the strength that comes in diversity. Conciliation Resources is committed to an environment of respect where opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates. We strongly encourage individuals of diverse genders, sexes and sexualities; people with disabilities; people of faith; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Veterans; Carers; Refugees; Migrants; and people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities to apply.