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Jobs

Our team are passionate about promoting the dignified living of refugees and people seeking asylum. All job opportunities are listed below.

Head of Sustainability and Partnerships

0.8 FTE; aligned with SCHADS; two-year contract with prospect of transition to permanency; flexible working arrangements

JRS Australia seeks a dynamic senior professional to lead the development and implementation of
our partnerships strategy, including scaling and diversifying revenue and strategic, values-driven
partnerships, whilst nurturing relations with our existing supporter base, comprising donors,
volunteers and pro bono partners.

Reporting to the Country Director and working closely with the senior management team and Board, the Head of Partnerships will play a key role in enhancing JRS Australia’s profile and impact and leads a small dynamic team comprising staff, volunteers and consultants, tasked with optimising performance in the areas of fundraising, partnerships and CRM (Salesforce) management.

Our ideal candidate is a highly-motivated, results-oriented strategic thinker, and a strong,
collaborative, adaptable and compassionate leader. You are also a confident and persuasive
communicator, with a strong commitment to continuous improvement and well-being.

The position is 0.8 FTE, aligned with the SCHADS Award, with a fixed-term 2-year contract, with
prospects for transition to permanency. Flexible working arrangements (including remote location)
and attractive salary packaging options (up to $15,900 tax-free per year) apply.

People with living or lived experience of displacement who meet the essential selection criteria listed in the attached position description are strongly encouraged to apply.

Application Process:
Applications must address all of the selection criteria listed in the linked position description and
include a current CV and contact details for three professional referees.

To apply for this position please submit a complete application to jobs@jrs.org.au . To enquire about the position please email info@jrs.org.au marked Attention Country Director with your contact details to receive a call back.

The successful candidate must have and maintain the right to work in Australia.
Appointment is also contingent upon satisfactory completion of a relevant criminal history record
check and Working with Children Check.

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Digital Media and Communications Coordinator

0.8 FTE; aligned with SCHADS; two-year contract with prospect of transition to permanency; flexible working arrangements

The Digital Media and Communications Coordinator communicates JRS Australia’s mission and activities to a wide and diverse base of stakeholders across multiple platforms.

The Digital Media and Communications Coordinator is responsible for maintaining and developing
JRS Australia’s website, and for disseminating the organisation’s key messages on our social media
channels. The Digital Media and Communications Coordinator will produce multimedia content,
including videos, imagery and written content for varied channels. The Digital Media and
Communications Coordinator will also be responsible for the delivery of JRS Australia’s annual report and newsletters. The Digital Media and Communications Coordinator will work closely with the Head of Policy, Advocacy and Communications and the Partnerships team to consolidate and enhance the organisation’s public profile.

The Digital Media and Communications Coordinator will report to the Head of Policy, Advocacy and Communications and works closely with colleagues from across the organisation’s programs,
including those based in JRS international and regional offices.

The position is 0.8 FTE, aligned with the SCHADS Award, with a fixed-term 2-year contract, with
prospects for transition to permanency. Flexible working arrangements (including remote location)
and attractive salary packaging options (up to $15,900 tax-free per year) apply.

People with living or lived experience of displacement who meet the essential selection criteria listed in the attached position description are strongly encouraged to apply.

Application Process:
Applications must address all of the selection criteria listed in the linked position description and
include a current CV and contact details for three professional referees.

To apply for this position please submit a complete application to jobs@jrs.org.au by 8:00am on
Monday 6 March 2023. To enquire about the position prior to the deadline please email
shuja.jamal@jrs.org.au with your contact details to receive a call back.

The successful candidate must have and maintain the right to work in Australia. Appointment is also contingent upon satisfactory completion of a relevant criminal history record check and Working with Children Check.