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Systems Administrator

IWDA |
ACFID Member: 1
Location: VIC
Sub location(s): Queen st, Melbourne

ABOUT IWDA

IWDA is an Australian-based organisation, resourcing diverse women’s rights organisations, primarily in Asia and the Pacific, and contributing to global feminist movements to advance our vision of gender equality for all.

VISION: Gender equality for all

PURPOSE: To defend and advance the rights of diverse women and girls

VALUES: Feminist, Accountable, Collaborative, Transformative

OUR GOALS 2020-2023:

1.      Resource and contribute to a resilient and vibrant feminist movement

2.      Promote systemic change towards gender equality for all

3.      Build a resilient and relevant feminist organisation

IWDA works in partnership with gender equality focused organisations in Asia and the Pacific; with international women’s movement coalitions; and with government and academic institutions in Australia to address the practical and structural barriers to gender equality. IWDA’s partnership work seeks to achieve transformational systemic change in order to realise our vision of gender equality for all.

As part of this contribution, we take actions to decolonise our approach to feminism and development. We want to become the best we can be in the world at north-south partnerships.  This means we seek to understand and leverage our locational power so that we know when to:

STEP UP: and use our power to leverage resources and access for women’s rights organisations, and make our own contribution to feminist movements

STAND WITH: feminist movements in solidarity and amplify the work of global south actors

STEP BACK: when others are better placed to take the lead.

ABOUT THE ROLE

Working in collaboration with the Business Transformation and Finance departments, the Systems Administrator takes ownership for administrating IWDA’s cloud-based management systems, primarily but not limited to Salesforce CRM and NetSuite ERP; provision of technical support and training to key staff; and contributing to digital transformation and platform consolidation processes.

The System Administrator’s technical skills and understanding of usability are key in driving the success of the platforms across our workforce, and to deliver high quality donor stewardship. As an important enabler to staff, the Systems Administration will demonstrate initiative and a consultative approach, working with managers to ensure systems are running smoothly and meeting organisational needs.

THE OFFER

This is a part-time, permanent role at 0.6 FTE. Classified at SCHADS 5 plus superannuation and salary packaging.

THE BENEFITS

You will have flexible work arrangements such as compressed hours

We provide optional purchased annual leave

We have Salary packaging options

We have Employee Assistance program

You will have access to Professional Development budget and career progression opportunities

Additional end of year leave, additional paid personal leave/parental leave.

HOW TO APPLY

If you are looking for an opportunity to make a key contribution to a rights-based international development agency committed to gender equality for all, click apply and submit your application.

Find the full position description here.

International Women’s Development Agency (IWDA) has an Equal Opportunity exemption (H69/2022) and requests applications from women (including trans women) and non-binary people only.

IWDA welcomes people with different skills and life experiences, and encourages women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, women with disabilities and First Nations women to apply. Preference will be given to applicants who have experience in, or strong community ties to, one of the countries in which IWDA supports partners.

Any offer of employment will require a National Police Check and endorsement of IWDA’s Child Protection Code of Conduct. All applicants must be legally entitled to live and work in Australia.

Closing Date: Feb 28, 2023

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