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As the Partnership and Localisation Coordinator you ensure that ChildFund is able to deliver better outcomes in partnership with civil society and local government through strengthening partnership management practices. You are responsible for 1) coordinating the strategic, capacity strengthening/sharing and compliance aspects of partnership and localisation and (2) support the focal point to ensure Gender Equality, Disability and Social inclusion (GEDSI).is reflected in our partnership and localisation practices and capacity strengthening effort.
Coordinate the partnership process with ChildFund Timor-Leste partners in line with the Partnerships engagement policy and Partnership toolkit in coordination with project leads and relevant departments.
Support project lead in strengthening the project partnership outcomes and promote a values-driven approach to partnerships.
Support the managment team in the implementation of the Localisation Action Plan including the scoping of new strategic partnership opportunities that contribute to the realisation of ChildFund’s commitments to Locally led development.
Oversee and support efforts to strengthen the organisational capacity of program partners to develop their organisation and its people and to meet best practice standards and donor requirements.
Organise and facilitate the meetings and workshops with partners to encourage reflection, learning, and capacity sharing.
Collaborate with the Partnership Advisor, Sydney Office to ensure accurate records and databases are maintained for partnership management, learning and compliance purposes.
Collaborate with the focal point for Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion (GEDSI) and the GEDSI Advisor in the Sydney Office to ensure that GEDSI is reflected in our partnership and localisation practices and capacity strengthening effort.
Collaborate with the Communication Coordinator to develop/implement communication and (social) media plans to promote the partnership’s objectives and achievements, localisation and GEDSI advocacy.
Represent and promote ChildFund Timor Leste at relevant local and national working groups and forums.
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Application deadline is 10 November 2023. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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ChildFund believes in a global community where children are safe and can reach their full potential. We take extensive steps to safeguard children in any work done by our people, i.e., our staff, volunteers and interns, supporters, partners, board members, ambassadors and suppliers. We strive to keep children safe through child safe practices, and rigorously ensure we prevent, oppose, and combat all exploitation and abuse of children and vulnerable people. As part of this commitment, all people working with us will undergo relevant background checks before joining ChildFund.
In line with our values, diversity of people and ideas is critical to our work and our success at ChildFund. We strive for a team culture that is welcoming, inclusive, and supportive. Childfund is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and strongly encourages people from all backgrounds, abilities, and identities. Women are strongly encouraged to apply for this vacancy.