Technical Advisor: Inclusive resilience, infrastructure and health

Inclusive Resilience allows communities to efficiently respond to and recover from the impact of disasters or hazards. Resilient communities are able to minimize the impact of disasters, preserve their communities and save lives.

We are looking for a Technical Advisor committed to gender equality and social inclusion to join our Inclusive Resilience project team.

About the Role

You will be part of a team working to strengthen resilience, based on integrating infrastructure, energy and health systems, with a focus on gender equality and social inclusion.

This is an opportunity to work with, and learn from, key stakeholders and communities in developing countries and contribute to the creation and sharing of knowledge.

You will have the ability to:

  • analyze data
  • prepare, review and present proposal and research reports
  • monitor and evaluate project progress
  • engage respectfully with in-country communities

This opportunity is suited to someone with experience in international development; ideally in the infrastructure and health systems.

This a part-time position at 0.6 FTE for an initial 12-month contract; based in Melbourne with hybrid working arrangements.

Remuneration

  • Base salary AUD$86,760 per annum paid at 0.6 FTE
  • 10% superannuation
  • access to not-for-profit sector salary packaging.

How to Apply

Further details can be obtained from the Position Description or by contacting Reihana Mohideen.

Candidates are requested to submit a

  • CV (maximum 4 pages)
  • covering letter
  • separate statement addressing each selection criteria outlined in the position description (including the desirable criteria).

Forward your application to Nossal-HR@unimelb.edu.au with “Application – Technical Advisor IRIH” included in the subject line.

Applications close – 5:00pm 30 January 2022.

Diversity & Inclusion Statement
Nossal Institute is committed to workplace equity and diversity. We encourage applications from candidates from underrepresented groups, including people with diverse cultural backgrounds, gender identities and people with disability. We aim to remove barriers and apply the principles of reasonable accommodation in recruitment and more broadly in our work.

You need to be eligible to work in Australia.

Relevant background checks will be completed prior to the preferred candidate’s employment being confirmed.