Job Opportunities

Recruitment: Pacific Women Support Unit Team Leader

The Team Leader has strategic oversight of the management and direction of the Pacific Women Support Unit, with teams in Fiji and PNG. S/he works closely with and is guided by DFAT’s Pacific Women Director (Canberra-based) and Program Manager (Suva-based) to ensure strong strategic direction, planning and implementation of the Pacific Women program.

Recruitment: Gender Analyst (Palau)

The Gender Analyst (Palau) will support the Palau Ministry of Community and Cultural Affairs (MCCA) to implement its gender mainstreaming action plan.

Recruitment: Program Officer (Regional)

The Program Officer (Regional) is part of the Pacific Women Support Unit Programs Unit that assists with implementation of Pacific Women activities across 14 Pacific Islands Countries. This role will play a key role in supporting implementation of regional activities, including the design of two new regional programs.

Recruitment: Administration Assistant/Receptionist

The Administration Assistant / Receptionist is part of the Operations Unit that provides administrative, logistical and financial support to the Pacific Women Support Unit.

Pacific Women Gender Advisory Panel Standing Recruitment

(Currently this opportunity is open only to Pacific Islander consultants). The Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development (Pacific Women) program has established a Gender Advisory Panel to strengthen the capacity of Pacific Women country and regional level activity implementation through the provision of technical guidance and advice to DFAT staff, the Pacific Women Support Unit and implementing partners.

Pacific Women M&E Panel Standing Recruitment

(Currently this opportunity is open only to Pacific Islander M&E consultants). The Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development (Pacific Women) program has established a panel of pre-approved Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) personnel who can be engaged on an as-needed-basis to support the program in a variety of related roles. The panel strengthens the capacity of Pacific Women to demonstrate its achievements, share its lessons, refine its M&E approach and document its contribution to outcomes.