We are a non-proselytising, non-sectarian faith based NGO. Our Islamic values of compassion, excellence, social justice, custodianship and sincerity inspires the work we do and informs our organisational culture.
We are a small, dynamic team based in Auburn, Western Sydney with a fundraising and awareness-raising focus. We are proud to be an Australian NGO, and work to uphold the ACFID Code of Conduct and work within DFAT compliance requirements.
We are proud to be a child-safe organisation, and require all staff to oblige by our Child Protection Code of Conduct.
You understand and agree with our Islamic values and have an awareness and knowledge of the Islamic faith and practice. You agree with our mission and our vision. You will be proud to represent Islamic Relief within the Australian aid sector.
You are a strong communicator, who is willing to work closely within a highly diverse team based in Australia and with partners around the world.
You are conscientious in record keeping and have knowledge of and experience in applying best practice in aid and development project management.
A One year maternity leave contract.
Working with Islamic Relief Head Office to identify project proposals that are in linewith IRAUS’ strategy and fundraising aims.
Appraising project proposals and budget notes to ensure they are of a high standardfor funding.
Working with departments within IRAUS to manage the project funding process
Maintaining records of all projects funded by IRAUS.
Conducting participatory monitoring and evaluation on projects in multiple countriesand preparing subsequent reports with conclusions and recommendations.
Working closely with Communications and Fundraising staff to provide them withaccurate and good quality information about projects, regions, themes and issues forpublic dissemination.
Attending and contributing to meetings and working groups on behalf of IRAUS withinthe Australian aid sector and within the Islamic Relief.
A degree in international studies, international development or a related field.
Two years’ prior experience in a similar role, in Australia or in the field.
Experience in writing or appraising project proposals and budgets.
Experience in planning and conducting project monitoring and evaluation andreport writing, including participatory approaches to monitoring and evaluation.
Awareness of the ACFID Code of Conduct and DFAT compliance requirements.
Ability to travel overseas to developing countries.
Awareness of Australian legislation and sector practice in regards to ChildProtection, Counter Terrorism.
An awareness of Islamic values and a willingness to work within an Islamic faithinformed environment
Candidates who have previously worked on projects within the ANCP program will be considered favourably.
Excellent computer literacy and knowledge of Microsoft Office
Please note, we are only able to accept applications from candidates who are eligible to work in Australia. (For this position Candidates must also be able to travel overseas to developing countries)