• Job Title: Programme Director, Pacific Region
  • Location: Melbourne, with frequent international travel
  • Contract: Permanent
  • Reporting to: South East Asia and the Pacific Programme Director
  • Responsible for: The Pacific team staff, currently one Project Manager, one Policy and Learning Manager, one Programme Officer, and programme consultants.
  • Salary: AUD100,723.59 + 9.5% Superannuation

The Programme Director leads Conciliation Resources’ peacebuilding and conflict resolution work in the Pacific. They are responsible for managing the Pacific team, providing strategic leadership and operational management to the whole team, with direct line management of three staff. The postholder is responsible for the successful implementation of a programme of diverse projects, including context and conflict analysis, climate change, and enhancing context specific peacebuilding practice through comparative learning. This includes oversight of the full project cycle, including design, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, narrative and financial reporting.

The Programme Director is responsible for setting and overseeing the management of the programme’s budget, and for ensuring the integrity and credibility of Conciliation Resources’ reputation in the Pacific. They lead the team’s efforts to secure new funding for our work in the Pacific, developing new project concepts as well as relationships with existing and new donors. The Programme Director is a member of Conciliation Resources’ Senior Leadership Team. The post is based in Melbourne and will involve frequent travel to the region.

Applications close 4th December 2020, 5pm AEST.

Please submit your completed applicant form and statement to aurecruitment@c-r.org

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