Join Cardno International Development in Canberra for an exciting opportunity to be part of the Australian Government funded HSI for the Indo-Pacific.
Safeguards and GESI Adviser (RISKS, SAFEGUARDING AND GENDER EQUALITY AND SOCIAL INCLUSION) – VACCINE ACCESS TASKFORCE
Join Cardno International Development in Canberra for an exciting opportunity to be part of the Australian Government funded Health Security Initiative (HSI) for the Indo-Pacific.
Kesatuan: Support and Implementation for Health Security in Indonesia and the Indo-Pacific (Kesatuan) is an Australian Government funded initiative comprising two components: the Australia Indonesia Health Security Program (AIHSP) and the Health Security Initiative for the Indo-Pacific (HSI).
About the Role
The purpose of the role is to support the management of the Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security (CHS) with technical advice, design, risk management and programming under the Health Security Initiative to contribute to the Australian Aid Program’s COVID-19 response and recovery. Specifically, this role will contribute to the development and implementation of the three year $500 million Regional COVID-19 Vaccine Access and Health Security initiative (Initiative) announced by the Australian Government on 31 October to enable access to safe, effective and affordable COVID-19 vaccines for the Pacific and Southeast Asia – one of the most critical policy issues emerging from the pandemic.
The role will be focused on helping to ensure DFAT can assess and manage risks and meet its safeguarding responsibilities for the initiative in accordance with DFAT’s policies, and Australia’s priorities on sustainable development, the environment and gender equality and social inclusion (GESI).
Please copy and paste the following link to access the full terms of reference detailing responsibilities and selection criteria: https://www.cardno.com/media/6583/risks-safeguarding-gesi_vax-taskforce_tor.pdf
How to apply?
We welcome your interest in this role, click the ‘Apply’ button below to submit your application online by 29 November 2020 at 11.59pm (AEST). Your application must include the following: