Ch-ch-changes: come and work with us! Operations and Training/Comms jobs

Intersex Human Rights Australia logotype - a purple circle and the name of our charity
IHRA has some big changes afoot over the next couple of months as we expand our team.

New paid positions

Do you work in training and communications, or operations?

Would you like to work from home for Australia’s leading voice on intersex issues?
Do you want flexible work arrangements, generous superannuation, salary packing and access to our Employee Assistance Program?

With generous support from our principal philanthropic donor and NSW Health, we are now able to announce two new part-time positions with IHRA.

We are looking for a part-time (0.8 FTE) Operations Cooordinator, and a part-time (0.8 FTE) Training and Communications Coordinator.

Both positions will build IHRAs organisational capacity, professional profile and future sustainability. We are looking for experienced and innovative self-starters who are keen to contribute to the success of our small but impactful charity, promoting the health, well-being and human rights of people with innate variations of sex characteristics (intersex variations/differences of sex development).

Find out more about the jobs:

Operations coordinator:

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Training and Communications coordinator:

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To apply:

To be considered for a position, evidence of qualification or relevant experience; National Police Check of six months currency; and current or demonstrated ability to obtain working with children check are required.

To apply for this position, please provide a brief cover letter, your Resume/CV and a two (2) page document addressing the key selection criteria and duties and responsibilities, along with any other documentation relevant for this position.

Applications close 2 June 2024

Change in senior staffing

Dr Morgan Carpenter will remain Executive Director, but his hours will reduce from 4 days per week to 2 days per week from 1 June. This will enable him to take up a new position as Associate Professor of Practice at Sydney Health Ethics, in the University of Sydney School of Public Health leading the MRFF funded research program creating new models of care for people with innate variations of sex characteristics.

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Bonnie Hart continues as our Deputy Executive Director, and as the designer and Manager of InterLink, our psychosocial support service for people with innate variations of sex characteristics of all ages, parents and carers..

Find out more about InterLink

You can continue to get in touch with both Morgan and Bonnie at their individual email addresses, and also via