Fiji Program Support Facility: Disability Inclusion Specialist

The Australian Government’s Fiji Program Support Facility seeks a highly motivated individual to promote and integrate disability inclusion in its sector programs.

  • A senior opportunity to promote disability inclusion and the rights of persons with disabilities in Fiji and Tuvalu
  • Contract to December 2021, with the possibility of extension
  • Based in Suva, Fiji

The Disability Inclusion Specialist (the Specialist) will support the Facility’s Gender and Inclusion Senior Adviser to operationalise the GEDSI Strategy and Action Plan, with a particular focus on mainstreaming disability inclusion across the Facility’s programs, through the provision of specialist advice and inputs.  The provision of this specialist advice will strengthen technical, leadership and organisational capabilities to address and deliver effective disability inclusion outcomes.

Experience of living with a disability is highly desirable and we encourage people with disabilities to apply.

For more information, refer to the position description.

The role is open to Fijian citizens and current residents of Fiji, and the salary offered does not include accommodation or other allowances.

Applications close: Sunday, 18 July at 5:00 pm (local time) via https://careersmanager.pageuppeople.com/680/cwtetratech/en/job/499047/disability-inclusion-specialist-suva-fiji

The Fiji Program Support Facility (the Facility) was established in 2017 to support and implement Australia’s aid programs such as health, education, Australia Awards and governance in Fiji. The Facility also supports the Australia Awards and education programs in Tuvalu. The Facility integrates cross-cutting themes, including gender equality, disability inclusion, climate change, emergency preparedness and response and civil society engagement, across sectoral programs. In particular, the Facility seeks to strengthen program outcomes by better addressing the needs of targeted beneficiaries including those who are often marginalised.