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Senior Management Accountant

As an integral part of our small, collaborative team, The Senior Management Accountant at EQI will ensure the accuracy, analysis, and reporting of our financial activities to enable effective decision-making. Working closely with our Co-CEO and management team, you will optimise systems and processes, providing specialised financial support across the organisation.

You will lead our annual budgeting process, ensuring meticulous quarterly re-forecasting and accurate cash flow forecasting. Your expertise will shine as you produce timely and precise monthly management reports, providing insightful financial summaries and variance analyses.

Your responsibilities will include managing diverse, and sometimes complex, project financials, budgeting, and compliance obligations, overseeing client invoicing, managing grant financial acquittals, and preparing project budgets. You will be instrumental in implementing enhanced internal control policies to manage risk and ensure compliance.

Your contribution will provide crucial support to EQI’s Strategic Plan and organisational goals, enabling effective decision-making and fostering financially sustainable and robust systems that underpin our global efforts to end violence against women and girls.

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Applications for this role will be reviewed as they are received and close on 12 August, 11:59 pm AEST.

Global Strategic Communications Advisor

This is an exciting new opportunity for a strategic communications and advocacy specialist to be a dynamic force driving the strategic communications for three major global Gender-Based Violence (GBV) programs. This work involves developing strategic policy advocacy and communications strategies, crafting compelling and inclusive messaging that resonates with diverse stakeholders, and leading key projects with global partners across time zones, including the US and UK. Working directly with EQI Co-CEO and Founder, Emma Fulu, the position demands innovation and creativity in developing communications strategies and content with diverse project partners.

Responsibilities include developing strategies, content and campaigns, stakeholder consultation and management, social media coordination, contributing to flagship reports, and ensuring consistent, impactful communication. An additional aspect of this role is capacity building and technical support, delivering training and advice to partners, and enhancing their strategic communications and advocacy capabilities.

By producing effective strategies, and accessible and engaging products, the Advisor will ultimately drive action to prevent gender-based violence.

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Applications for this role will be reviewed as they are received and close on 12 August, 11:59 pm AEST.

Research and Partnerships Manager

Join our growing, transformative and change-orientated social enterprise dedicated to advancing gender equality and ending violence against women and girls (VAWG)!

The Equality Institute (EQI) is seeking a highly experienced violence against women and girls (VAWG) researcher who is adept at working collaboratively with clients and partners in diverse contexts across Australia, the Asia and Pacific regions, and beyond. Reporting to the Senior Manager, Research and Evaluation and working closely with EQI’s research team, the Research and Partnerships Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of projects and partnerships, ensuring that research projects are designed and delivered safely, ethically, and effectively, and any risks associated to project delivery are mitigated.

Playing a key role in building the evidence base on what works to prevent VAWG, the Research and Partnerships Manager applies intersectional-feminist and decolonising approaches to EQI’s VAWG research projects and partnerships.

  • Take the helm on impactful and ground-breaking VAWG research projects, with opportunities for international travel and fieldwork.
  • Secure a Full-Time (1.0 FTE) ongoing role, with hybrid working arrangements.
  • Earn a salary of $95, 000 - $104,000 (excluding superannuation), and enjoy flexible working arrangements that cater to your lifestyle, underpinned by a generous Employee Value Proposition (EVP) that supports your well-being and professional growth.
  • This role is based in Melbourne (Naarm), Australia. Applicants must have working rights in Australia.

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