Vacancy for an Administrator: part-time, flexible location
Intersex Human Rights Australia (IHRA) is a national not-for-profit company by and for people with innate variations of sex characteristics. We were formerly known as OII Australia. We promote human rights, health and bodily autonomy. Our goals are to help create a society where intersex people are not stigmatised, and where our rights are recognised.
The administrator role for IHRA will provide office support and is vital for the smooth-running of the organisation. The administrator will undertake administrative tasks, ensuring the rest of the staff have adequate support to work efficiently.
The role will be home-based and the post-holder may be located in any jurisdiction in Australia. The applicant must have access to a reliable computer and internet connection.
Are you someone who is:
Interested and motivated to work in the administrator role in support of human rights and health advocacy work that improves the health and wellbeing of people with innate variations of sex characteristics?
Experienced in administration duties that support of the smooth running of the organisation?
Able to work independently, efficiently, and efficaciously with minimal and mostly online supervision?
We are looking for a challenge, self-motivated and an effective problem solver. Lived experience with an intersex variation will be well regarded, but not mandatory. We encourage applicants to familiarise themselves with the organisation and to understand intersex populations before applying.
This vacancy is suitable for applicants in Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney or other locations.
The role is expected to work 19 hours (half of a 38 hour week) and the salary will be $32,000 per year plus 12% superannuation.
All our positions are fixed term, with extension subject to performance and funding renewal. All new positions are subject to a 3 month probationary period.
The application deadline is close of business on Friday 25 November. Interviews of shortlisted candidates will take place on the evening of Thursday 1 December.