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Country Impact Manager

World Vision Australia |
ACFID Member: 1
Location: Australia | Any Major City | Hybrid
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The position

Lead World Vision Australia`s relationship with World Vision Field Offices in the Pacific region, overseeing the management of the full portfolio of projects within those offices that are supported by WVA. You will be responsible for leading all aspects of grant management, compliance and reporting for projects in your portfolio, collaborating and working cross-functionally with a range of internal and external stakeholders.

Your role plays an integral part in the organisation, enabling us to support our mission of empowering Australians to create meaningful change for the world’s most vulnerable children and adults.

Your responsibilities:

Supporting the field office with due diligence, standing-up the grant once it has been awarded, quality implementation, monitoring, internal and external reporting, donor compliance, downstream partner compliance, financial and risk management and evaluation
Ensuring project portfolio is fully compliant and managed to the highest quality, establishing a platform for enhanced engagement with institutional donors, managing contractors, and other relevant supporters such as private donors, corporates and major donors
Regular monitoring of field programmatic and financial reporting, with accountability for following up to address issues and build capacity as required
Collaboration with key internal stakeholders including other Country Impact Managers, Field Finance, Grant Acquisition and other support teams for effective grant management and coordinated engagement with Field Offices
Lead any Cat III emergency within the assigned country
Deliver appropriate growth within the portfolio by working with WVA’s Grant Acquisition team to identify and capitalise on growth opportunities
Who we’re looking for

We are looking for someone with grant portfolio, compliance and risk management experience. You will be a multi tasker who is flexible, patient and adaptable, has excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritise.

You will have:

High level written and verbal communication skills, with capacity to distil complex information into clear action points
Portfolio management experience, including an understanding of institutional donor requirements, contracting, and contract management
Design, Monitoring and Evaluation experience given resource constraints in field settings
Stakeholder and donor management skills
An understanding of procurement or grants structures and processes of the Australian Government, Managing Contractors, and/or other institutional donors
Knowledge of DFAT, and DFAT requirements (including accreditation needs)
Self-managed work experience, with ability to maintain focus and achieve outcomes under pressure
Relevant tertiary qualifications: International Relations/International Development, or equivalent experience in a relevant discipline, e.g. WASH, Climate Change, Gender, Economics, Public Health, Evaluation
Relevant experience working in a Pacific country, including understanding and knowledge of cross cultural sensitivities.
The role requirements of this position require the successful candidate(s) to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Working for World Vision means you are making the world better

It’s not every day that a job comes along that lets you change the world. Working for World Vision means looking forward to turning up at work because you know you’re about to do something meaningful. It means working with 35,000 staff and 3.3 million supporters in 100 countries who will stop at nothing to help children live better lives. Join a team that is bold and courageous, and where job satisfaction goes beyond financial reward.

The selection process

For your information, the interviews will start immediately, and the role may be filled before the closing date.

We embrace diversity, employing people from a variety of cultural and religious backgrounds. We take our Safeguarding responsibilities seriously and we are committed to providing an environment that is safe for children. Our stringent recruitment procedures make sure the safest and most suitable people work with the children in our programs. All successful candidates will undergo all required pre-employment checks which is inclusive of a criminal record check. We provide our staff and volunteers with ongoing supervision, support, and training in their work with vulnerable children and their families. World Vision Australia participates in the Inter-Agency Scheme for the Disclosure of Safeguarding-related Misconduct in Recruitment Process within the Humanitarian and Development Sector.

Who we are

World Vision is a Christian organisation that empowers everyday Australians to create meaningful change for children through relief, development and advocacy work.

We offer great benefits such as salary packaging, flexible working arrangements, free on-site parking and an onsite café for our employees.

For more information on World Vision and the work we do, please visit our website: https://www.worldvision.com.au/about-us

Closing Date: Jul 23, 2023

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