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Finance Project Officer (Global Health)

Murdoch Children's Research Institute |
ACFID Member: 1
Location: VIC
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MCRI’s Global Health Strategic Initiative contributes to a global effort to place children and adolescents at the centre of sustainable development, in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We are seeking a Global Health Finance Project Officer to support our teams to improve child and adolescent health through a comprehensive approach that integrates research, education, and healthcare.

As part of our Global Health Strategic Initiative, you will have the opportunity to support projects that have a global reach, with a primary focus on the Indo-Pacific region. We actively collaborate with UN agencies, governments, research institutes, universities, healthcare services, and non-governmental organisations, through a learning health systems approach to create sustainable impact.

As the Finance Project Officer your will support MCRI’s Global Health Teams in implementing projects in low- and middle-income countries. In this role, you will collaborate closely with MCRI Finance Teams, project managers, researchers, and collaborator finance personnel to ensure effective project finance management aligned with compliance and donor requirements. Your responsibilities will include anti-terrorism financing, fraud prevention, and corruption mitigation. Moreover, you will play a key role in providing support and capacity development to collaborator finance teams, empowering them to deliver project outcomes.

As the ideal candidate, you possess exceptional communication and interpersonal skills and experience in an international development context.

If you are ready to make a difference and possess the desired qualifications, we invite you to join our team and contribute to sustainable development on a global scale. Apply now!

Closing Date: Jul 11, 2023

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