Vacancies

In the spirit of hope and peace, Caritas Australia works in partnership with some of the most disadvantaged members of our global community, regardless of ethnicity, gender and religion, to alleviate poverty and injustice.

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Employment screening is mandatory for all staff, contractors and volunteers. This may include a criminal record check and/or a working with children check.

Caritas Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Caritas Australia welcomes and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants for all advertised positions.

Caritas Australia recognises the personal dignity and rights of children towards whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care and respect.

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Current vacancies

Digital Communications Specialist

  • Use your digi skills to make the world a better place
  • Rare opportunity to work in international aid and development
  • Casual position with a generous rate and immediate start

Your role

In this exciting role you will:

  • Produce, edit and distribute content which engages and inspires people to be involved in Caritas Australia’s work.
  • Maintain Caritas Australia’s social media channels
  • Collaborate with key staff across the agency including Community Engagement and International Programs teams to develop and maintain effective digital content
  • Contribute to the agency’s digital strategy by using experimentation, testing and reporting to continually improve online experiences
  • Enforce quality/brand control standards, as well as message consistency with Caritas Australia’s communications strategy

Your Capabilities 

As a digital whiz, you will have:

  • Competency in online editing, especially to condense complex issues into easy to read and appealing copy.
  • Knowledge of content management systems and email marketing
  • Experience using social media channels in a professional setting.
  • Demonstrated commitment to social justice and an understanding of aid and development issues
  • A good understanding of web content accessibility standards, privacy laws and Australian Copyright laws
  • A demonstrated background in applying beliefs and values consistent with Caritas Australia’s Mission and Catholic Social Teachings

How to apply for this role

To apply for this role, view the full Position Description, and send your application to jobs@caritas.org.au by COB Thursday 25 July 2019 with a subject line which indicates the role title and the channel through which you found this job (e.g. Digital Communications Specialist via Ethical Jobs). 

Applications must:

  • Include a CV, Cover Letter
  • A separate document addressing the Selection Criteria which is set out in the Position Description.
  • Specify residency or work visa status

For further information please contact Nic Nelson on 02 8306 3109.

Caritas Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Caritas Australia welcomes and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants for all advertised positions.

Caritas Australia recognises the personal dignity and rights of children towards whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care and respect. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a relevant criminal record check. Additionally, as this role is designated as having contact with children, a Working with Children Check must be obtained by the successful candidate prior to commencing work.


Program Coordinator (A+ Program and DMEL)

  • Support the Africa Group in enhancing their Design, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Practices
  • 6-month contract role 31 July 2019 to 31 January 2020
  • Excellent salary packaging benefits

Your role

The Program Coordinator has two key responsibilities: Coordination of the A+ program and providing support in Design, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (DMEL).

For the A+ Program

  • Coordination of the Malawi and Tanzania Integrated Community Development Program which includes technical support to improve the quality of the program, monitoring progress, ensuring reports are satisfactory, disbursing funds to partners and managing day to day advice on the program.
  • Respond to all requests for information from the International Programs team and the wider agency.

For the DMEL role 

  • Responsibility for providing Design, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning support to the Africa group which may involve assisting the Africa team in the design of Monitoring and Evaluation frameworks, reviewing evaluations, baselines, gender, child protection and disability audits, and program designs.
  • Support team members on a 1-1 basis with any queries they may have related to DMEL. Furthermore, the role is expected to work closely with the Program Effectiveness Accountability and Learning (PEAL) group and proactively contribute to teamwide efforts to improving DMEL practices across the International Programs team.

Your Capabilities 

You will thrive and be successful in this role if you have:

  • Tertiary qualifications in international development or other relevant discipline
  • Proven extensive experience working in international development with a strong focus on program management, DMEL and capacity building
  • Demonstrated experience in the design of programs with a focus on co-developing participatory programs with stakeholders
  • Demonstrated experience in program planning, reporting, monitoring, evaluation and financial management
  • Highly developed verbal and written communication skills including experience in cross cultural communication
  • An understanding of and willingness to work within the Catholic ethos

How to apply for this role

To apply for this role, view the full Position Description, and send your application to jobs@caritas.org.au by COB Monday 22 July 2019 with a subject line which indicates the role title and the channel through which you found this job (e.g. Program Coordinator (A+ Program and DMEL via ACFID). 

Applications must:

  • Include a CV, Cover Letter
  • A separate document addressing the Selection Criteria which is set out in the Position Description.
  • Specify residency or work visa status

For further information please contact Ivy Khoury on 0400 563 808.

Caritas Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Caritas Australia welcomes and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants for all advertised positions.

Caritas Australia recognises the personal dignity and rights of children towards whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care and respect. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a relevant criminal record check. Additionally, as this role is designated as having contact with children, a Working with Children Check must be obtained by the successful candidate prior to commencing work.


Digital Strategist Lead

  • Drive the digital strategy for an innovative values driven brand
  • Collaborate with key stakeholders across the business
  • Full-time, permanent role based in Sydney

Your role

In this exciting role you will:

  • Drive and lead digital presence; implement digital strategies, ensuring common points of strategic communications within Content team are integrated effectively.
  • Be the technical lead for key projects and initiatives that require digital expertise.
  • Provide inspirational oversight, coordination, monitoring, evaluation of digitally streamed communications and digital infrastructure.
  • Build strong clients relationships to achieve of outcomes; working with direct reports to develop and implement their portfolios.
  • Develop digital capacity to ensure a seamless online/offline transition for Supporters to support strategies and operational requirements.

Your Capabilities 

As a digital lead, you will have:

  • Demonstrated extensive experience in building and implementing successful digital strategies and services, specifically profiling and branding.
  • Proven extensive experience in a supervisory role and building strong relationships across the agency.
  • Extensive experience in concurrently managing projects, and business as usual activities.
  • Demonstrated applied knowledge of the latest digital marketing technologies, strategies and examples of results.
  • High level of online technical skills and experience managing websites (at least backend, frontend desirable).

How to apply for this role

To apply for this role, view the full Position Description, and send your application to jobs@caritas.org.au by COB Monday 15 July 2019 with a subject line which indicates the role title and the channel through which you found this job (e.g. Digital Strategist Lead via Ethical Jobs). 

Applications must:

  • Include a CV, Cover Letter
  • A separate document addressing the Selection Criteria which is set out in the Position Description.
  • Specify residency or work visa status

For further information please contact Nic Nelson on 02 8306 3109.

Caritas Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Caritas Australia welcomes and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants for all advertised positions.

Caritas Australia recognises the personal dignity and rights of children towards whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care and respect. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a relevant criminal record check. Additionally, as this role is designated as having contact with children, a Working with Children Check must be obtained by the successful candidate prior to commencing work.


Media Officer

  • Combine your passion for social justice with your experience in media communications
  • Excellent salary packaging benefits
  • Flexible part-time, permanent role based in Sydney

Your role

As part of the Communications team, your role will involve:

  • Engaging targeted audience across media sources such as print, social media, digital, television, niche and sector relevant media/publications, in collaboration with the content teams.
  • Supporting the content team in building relationships with the media network, journalists and media outlets across regional and metropolitan centres, as well as within the Catholic community, Caritas Internationalis member Agencies, and Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) Partners, to ensure brand and messages are proactive, engaging and constructive; leveraging internal and external subject matter experts.
  • Assisting the Content team with administrative support where needed across a range of communications activities and also helping to resolve media inquiries; monitor and track media performance.
  • Assisting with the coordination of content archiving, collection, publications for print and content calendar.

Your Capabilities 

You will thrive as the Media Officer if you have:

  • Demonstrated experience in Communications, Journalism in the related field.
  • Demonstrated research, writing, editing experience to publication level across a range of channels and media packages.
  • Demonstrated ability to organise work, manage time, determine priorities and meet deadlines and work independently as well as cooperatively as part of a team.
  • An understanding of and willingness to work within the Catholic ethos and a commitment to social justice.

How to apply for this role

To apply for this role, view the full Position Description, and send your application to jobs@caritas.org.au by COB Friday 12 July 2019 with a subject line which indicates the role title and the channel through which you found this job (e.g. Media Officer via Ethical Jobs). 

Applications must:

  • Include a CV, Cover Letter
  • A separate document addressing the Selection Criteria which is set out in the Position Description.
  • Specify residency or work visa status

For further information please contact Nicole Clements on 02 8306 3490.

Caritas Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Caritas Australia welcomes and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants for all advertised positions.

Caritas Australia recognises the personal dignity and rights of children towards whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care and respect. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a relevant criminal record check. Additionally, as this role is designated as having contact with children, a Working with Children Check must be obtained by the successful candidate prior to commencing work.

 

CEO, Caritas Australia

  • Agency of the Catholic Church
  • Focus on international aid and development
  • Major fundraising organisation

Because of current Australian visa regulations, only candidates with Australian residency is eligible to apply.

Headquartered in Sydney, Caritas Australia is the Catholic agency for international humanitarian aid and development in Australia. Beginning in Australia in 1964, it is part of a global network that spans over 200 countries and territories. Caritas is Latin for love + compassion – two qualities which are central to its work.

Staff are located throughout Australia (approx 85) and in seven other countries – Timor-Leste, Cambodia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Kenya, Indonesia and Myanmar. Income in 2017-2018 was approximately $40 million, of which over $28 million was raised through donations. The other main source of funding is received via the federal government Department of Foreign Affairs.

Caritas helps the poorest of the poor. Its approach is based on Catholic Social Teaching which is part of the discipline of applied moral theology and draws on all four major sources of insight used in Catholic ethics: scripture, reason, tradition and experience. A commitment to the Catholic faith is therefore integral to this role.

Caritas Australia is governed by the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference (ACBC) Bishops Commission for Social Justice – Mission and Service (BCSJ) with the assistance of a highly engaged National Council of Caritas Australia.

Your role

The primary responsibilities of the position are to:

  • Provide leadership and strategic direction to Caritas Australia, by overseeing the implementation of the strategic directions of Caritas Australia adopted by the National Council.
  • Promote the mission of Caritas Australia by acting as the international and national voice of Caritas Australia at community, state and national levels as well as through the international aid and development networks of the Catholic Church.
  • Shape public policy through developing and maintaining high level networks and relationships with Church leaders and religious orders, and within government, think tanks, universities, the NGO community, and other international organisations.
  • Manage the operations of the Agency including growth, effectiveness, legislative compliance and fulfillment of mission. 

How to apply for this role

Please obtain information about the position by calling the consultant assisting Caritas Australia, Kathy McLean, of Fish & Nankivell, on 0414 376 698. Applications will close on Monday 15 July 2019. A concurrent search is being conducted.

Fish & Nankivell is a member of Penrhyn International with offices in major cities around the world.

Caritas Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Caritas Australia welcomes and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants for all advertised positions.

Caritas Australia recognises the personal dignity and rights of children towards whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care and respect. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a relevant criminal record check. Additionally, as this role is designated as having contact with children, a Working with Children Check must be obtained by the successful candidate prior to commencing work.

 

Country Representative Solomon Islands

  • Role based in Honiara, Solomon Islands
  • Leading International Aid and Development Agency
  • Up to end of August 2021

The role

The Country Representative Solomon Islands provides strategic leadership and operational oversight for Caritas Australia’s programs and partnerships in the Solomon Islands in line with the SI Country Plan and Caritas Australia’s Strategic Directions 2018-2020.

A core focus for this role is to facilitate strong and effective partnerships with the Church, communities and stakeholders with whom we work in order to deliver effective programs that achieve significant impact for the most vulnerable communities in the Solomon Islands in line with Caritas Australia’s Integral Human Development (IHD) Effectiveness Framework.

The role reports to the Manager, FAP and Pacific for operational and functional support and works closely with the Manager and Head of International Programs on strategic matters relating to the country.

Essential Selection Criteria for the role:

You will thrive as the Program Coordinator Pacific if you are:

  1. Extensive people and program management experience in a developing country context, preferably with faith based or Catholic organisations.
  2. Demonstrated capacity to represent Caritas in Solomon Islands through the proactive development and management of Church, government and NGO partnerships and programs with a demonstrated understanding of and willingness to work within the Catholic ethos.
  3. Demonstrated capacity to lead a team to set goals and priorities in administering a program portfolio.
  4. Demonstrated experience in designing, implementing and reviewing complex programs that achieve impact for marginalised communities.
  5. Proven skills in financial resource management (including budgeting and financial reporting to donors), with the capacity to develop and implement appropriate policies, procedures and systems in relation to these areas.
  6. Capacity to manage emergency response programs, and ensure staff security and protection of assets.
  7. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, computer literacy and fluency in the English language.
  8. Proven capacity to perform effectively under time pressures and outside his/her familiar cultural context, especially in cases of emergencies, deadlines and/or setbacks.

How to apply for this role

To apply for this role, view the full Position Description, and send your application to jobs@caritas.org.au by COB Friday 19 July 2019 with a subject line which indicates the role title and the channel through which you found this job (e.g. Country Representative Solomon Islands via Ethical Jobs). 

Applications must:

  • Include a CV, Cover Letter
  • A separate document addressing the Selection Criteria which is set out in the Position Description.
  • Specify residency or work visa status

For further information please contact Stephanie Lalor on 02 8306 3492 or StephanieL@caritas.org.au.

We accept applications from both Solomon Islanders and expatriates.

Caritas Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Caritas Australia welcomes and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants for all advertised positions.

Caritas Australia recognises the personal dignity and rights of children towards whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care and respect. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a relevant criminal record check. Additionally, as this role is designated as having contact with children, a Working with Children Check must be obtained by the successful candidate prior to commencing work.


Community Fundraising Specialist

  • Combine your passion for social justice with your experience in fundraising
  • Excellent salary packaging benefits
  • Full time permanent role based in Sydney

The Team

Caritas Australia Fundraising Team is a dynamic, talented group of people dedicated to achieving results to help those living in poverty. The team is growing, creating new opportunities and exploring new fundraising initiatives. It’s an exciting time to join this passionate and professional team.

Your role

As part of the Fundraising Group, your role will involve:

  • Driving national community fundraising campaigns such as Women for the World, Caritas K’s, Caritas Kitchen, community fundraisers and peer to peer fundraising.
  • Creating strategies to drive fundraising initiatives and accompanying marketing plans, comms plans and donor journeys.
  • End to end delivery of community fundraising Gala events.
  • Supporting new and existing relationships to ensure strong donor stewardship and stakeholder management. Creating great relationships is your role!
  • Delivery of the Project Compassion International and National speakers’ program.

Your Capabilities 

You will thrive as the Community Fundraising Specialist if you want to:

  • Strive to create strong relationships with, and the best experiences for our community fundraisers.
  • Passionately grow fundraising campaigns that provide crucial funds for those living in poverty.
  • Manage event and speaker program planning, logistics, suppliers and delivery.
  • Work closely with a diverse range of people regionally, nationally and internationally.
  • Thrive in a fast paced, high performing, supportive environment.

How to apply for this role

To apply for this role, view the full Position Description, and send your application to jobs@caritas.org.au by COB Tuesday 9 July 2019 with a subject line which indicates the role title and the channel through which you found this job (e.g. Community Fundraising Specialist via Ethical Jobs). 

Applications must:

  • Include a CV, Cover Letter
  • A separate document addressing the Selection Criteria which is set out in the Position Description.
  • Specify residency or work visa status

For further information please contact Kerryn Benbow on 02 8306 3452.

Caritas Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Caritas Australia welcomes and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants for all advertised positions.

Caritas Australia recognises the personal dignity and rights of children towards whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care and respect. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a relevant criminal record check. Additionally, as this role is designated as having contact with children, a Working with Children Check must be obtained by the successful candidate prior to commencing work.

 

Manager Africa Group

  • Lead the Africa team at a mission-driven international aid and development organisation
  • Generous salary packaging benefits
  • Full-time, Sydney-based role

As the Manager Africa Group your primary purpose is to drive performance in the group through strategic leadership, effective stakeholder engagement, people management, and proactive oversight of resources and risk.

Your role

In this role, your responsibilities will involve:

  • Leading the development, implementation and analysis of Caritas Australia’s Africa strategy.
  • Proactively representing Caritas Australia at key stakeholder, church and government fora and developing networks and alliances.
  • Managing the development and tracking of the Africa Group budget.
  • Building a culture of collaboration and coaching the Africa staff to develop their capabilities.

Your Capabilities 

You will thrive in this role if you:

  • Have significant experience in a managerial role preferably in the international aid and development sector.
  • Have excellent interpersonal/communication skills in cross-cultural environments and you enjoy writing reports.
  • Are availability to travel domestically and internationally.
  • Can apply beliefs and values consistent with Caritas Australia’s Mission, Vision and Code of Conduct and Catholic Social Teaching.

How to apply for this role

To apply for this role, view the full Position Description, and send your application to jobs@caritas.org.au by COB Friday 21 June 2019 with a subject line which indicates the role title and the channel through which you found this job (e.g. Manager Africa Group via Ethical Jobs). 

Applications must:

  • Include a CV, Cover Letter
  • A separate document addressing the Selection Criteria which is set out in the Position Description.
  • Specify residency or work visa status

For further information please contact Melville Fernandez on 0429 995 278.

Caritas Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Caritas Australia welcomes and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants for all advertised positions.

Caritas Australia recognises the personal dignity and rights of children towards whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care and respect. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a relevant criminal record check. Additionally, as this role is designated as having contact with children, a Working with Children Check must be obtained by the successful candidate prior to commencing work.

 

Accountability and Management Standards Coordinator

  • Lead the agency’s effectiveness in demonstrating accountability and compliance
  • Excellent salary packaging benefits
  • Full-time, permanent role based in Sydney

Your role

As part of the PEAL group, your role will involve:

  • Strengthening program management policies, guidelines, procedures and tools and coordinate the agency’s DFAT accreditation and other assessment processes
  • Developing materials and resources and providing training for staff and partners in relation to accountability and compliance requirements including fraud and terrorism financing.
  • Coordinating the development and implementation of the International Programs team’s risk management mechanism and register
  • Keeping up to date of accountability and compliance changes and identify challenges and opportunities to improve system and process for efficiency

Your Capabilities 

You will thrive in this role if you have:

  • Have excellent interpersonal skills and enjoy influencing and facilitating change across multiple and cross cultural stakeholder groups
  • Experience in managing organisational assessment processes
  • Strong critical thinking, problem solving and coaching skills

How to apply for this role

To apply for this role, view the full Position Description, and send your application to jobs@caritas.org.au by COB Friday 28 June 2019 with a subject line which indicates the role title and the channel through which you found this job (e.g. Accountability and Management Standards Coordinator via Ethical Jobs). 

Applications must:

  • Include a CV, Cover Letter
  • A separate document addressing the Selection Criteria which is set out in the Position Description.
  • Specify residency or work visa status

For further information please contact Vivian Yemenian on 02 8306 3103.

Caritas Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Caritas Australia welcomes and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants for all advertised positions.

Caritas Australia recognises the personal dignity and rights of children towards whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care and respect. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a relevant criminal record check. Additionally, as this role is designated as having contact with children, a Working with Children Check must be obtained by the successful candidate prior to commencing work.

 
 

Pacific Humanitarian Coordinator

  • Bring your International Humanitarian and Development experience into focus in this regional role
  • Generous salary packaging and benefits
  • Full-time, ongoing role based in Sydney

Your role

As part of the Humanitarian Emergencies Group your role will involve

  • Leading the development and implementation of initiatives that strengthen the capacity of CA staff and partners to better prepare for and respond to disasters in the Pacific
  • Strengthening preparedness and response functions of CA’s in-country offices and staff.
  • Providing technical advice on disaster risk management (DRM) and ensure that the principles of DRM are appropriately included in the design and implementation of programs supported by CA across the Pacific.

Your Capabilities 

You will thrive as the Program Coordinator Pacific if you are:

  • Understanding of issues related to development and humanitarian response in the Pacific region.
  • Experienced in working in the international humanitarian field with civil society and/or church partners with a strong focus on disaster risk management, programing and compliance.
  • Have highly developed verbal and written communication skills, cross cultural communication and ability to work collaboratively within a team.

How to apply for this role

To apply for this role, view the full Position Description, and send your application to jobs@caritas.org.au by COB Friday 12 July 2019 with a subject line which indicates the role title and the channel through which you found this job (e.g. Program Coordinator Pacific via LinkedIn). 

Applications must:

  • Include a CV, Cover Letter
  • A separate document addressing the Selection Criteria which is set out in the Position Description.
  • Specify residency or work visa status

For further information please contact Melville Fernandez on 02 8306 3412.

Caritas Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Caritas Australia welcomes and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants for all advertised positions.

Caritas Australia recognises the personal dignity and rights of children towards whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care and respect. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a relevant criminal record check. Additionally, as this role is designated as having contact with children, a Working with Children Check must be obtained by the successful candidate prior to commencing work.


 Supporter Communications Officer

  • Combine your passion for social justice with your background in customer service and case management
  • Excellent salary packaging benefits
  • Full-time, permanent role based in Sydney

Your role 

As part of the Supporter Services Group, your role will involve:

  • Providing high quality customer service by responding to enquiries and feedback
  • Case management and manage investigation processes with internal and external stakeholders
  • Producing summaries on supporter feedback for quality reporting to stakeholders
  • Manage, update and resolve cases in the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database system

 

Your Capabilities

You will thrive as the Supporter Communications Officer if you:

  • Deliver exceptional customer service and strengthen relationships with donors and supporters in a high volume and fast paced environment
  • Have a strong eye for detail
  • Love solving problems and are tech savvy
  • Have a passion for social justice

How to apply for this role

To apply for this role, view the full Position Description, and send your application to jobs@caritas.org.au by COB Friday 28 June 2019 with a subject line which indicates the role title and the channel through which you found this job (e.g. Supporter Communications Officer via EthicalJobs).

Applications must specify residency or work visa status and include a CV, Cover Letter and a separate document addressing the Selection Criteria which is set out in the Position Description. 

For further information please contact, Shaun Carroll on 02 8306 3480.

Caritas Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Caritas Australia welcomes and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants for all advertised positions.

Caritas Australia recognises the personal dignity and rights of children towards whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care and respect. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check.

Our organisation

Caritas Australia is the Catholic agency for international humanitarian relief and development in Australia. Through effective relationships with the Church, partners and communities in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Pacific and Australia, Caritas Australia helps to end poverty, promote justice and uphold dignity. Our programs promote the good of every person and of the whole person, regardless of people’s religious, political or cultural beliefs. We envisage a world in which children, women and men most vulnerable to extreme poverty and injustice are agents of their own change and architects of their own development.

Employment requirements 

To apply for a position with Caritas Australia, please ensure you:

  • Include a cover letter and resume with your application.
  • Address the Selection Criteria indicated in the Position Description. Only applications which address the Selection Criteria will be considered for our vacancies.
  • Provide details of two professional referees.