- Job posted on: 4th Jun 2021
- Applications close:
Humanitarian Advisory Group (HAG) is looking to grow our team as we continue to challenge the status quo on what humanitarian aid looks like. We provide a unique space for thinking, research, technical advice, evaluations and training that can positively contribute to excellence in humanitarian practice.
Our leaders drive the project work of the organisation and play an important representational role. We trust our leaders to manage multiple projects and engage directly with clients on the technical and relationship aspects of projects. Leaders work effectively within project teams. They provide guidance and mentorship to researchers and interns, as well as being able to seek the input and advice as required from Directors and Executives.
We are looking for a dynamic team player with demonstrated experience in practitioner-based research to support our portfolio of work looking at local leadership and power dynamics within the aid sector. The role will require an understanding of localisation as an approach to fundamentally improving humanitarian action and an interest in understanding people and power dynamics within the sector.
Our ideal future team member will have demonstrated:
Reporting to an Executive, the key responsibilities for this role will be as follows:
Research and writing
Support organisations to turn good practice into better practice by:
Facilitation and Training
Support organisations to learn from the past and plan for future responses by:
Business Development and Relationship Management
Contribute to the growth and sustainability of HAG by:
If you want to join us, we are looking for people to be based in Melbourne, who value working flexibly, and enjoy a fast-paced work setting which includes travel.
HAG encourages people who are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, are from a non-English speaking background, LGBTIQ+ or have a disability to apply. Please let us know if any special assistance is required during the application process (including barriers to uploading or emailing your CV and cover letter)
Please visit our website for further information about our work www.humanitarianadvisorygroup.org.au
For any questions on the role, please reach out to Kelly Nichols through email@example.com using the subject line: Leader enquiry via EthicalJobs.