Tearfund is looking for an IT Support Officer
Tearfund is a Christian development, relief and advocacy organisation responding to global poverty and injustice. We work in partnership with local Christian agencies to end poverty, challenge inequality and build sustainable communities. We go where the need is greatest, acting with courage to tackle injustice so that all may experience fullness of life.
To work at Tearfund is to live out your vocation; a space where your faith, passion for justice and skills intersect. Tearfund offers you the opportunity to use your professional skills and expertise to make a real difference in the lives of people who need it the most. As part of the Tearfund team, you are part of a movement which works toward a just and compassionate world in which all people can achieve their God-given potential.
Tearfund offers a friendly and flexible work environment, generous salary packaging benefits, and the challenge to grow and explore in your faith and justice journey.
This full time role provides the satisfaction of solving IT problems for staff, keeping critical systems maintained and working closely with a small team of IT professionals. There will be plenty of opportunities for learning and growth, while you will also play a critical part in empowering people to fulfil Tearfund’s mission.
To be successful in this role, you will have;
In office at Blackburn, Melbourne, currently with flexibility as part of a hybrid working arrangement, depending on any State based restrictions and business needs.
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The closing date for applications for this role is 9 June 2023.
NOTE: Short-listing of candidates will commence prior to the closure of this role, so please do not delay submitting your application.
To apply, send us your CV to [email protected]
In a short cover letter, tell us:
Please contact Julie Newham on Ph: 03 9264 7000
Tearfund Australia’s recruitment and selection procedures and checks reflect our commitment to the well-being and protection of children and vulnerable adults. Preferred candidates will be required to undertake pre-employment screening, such as a National Police Check and/or a Working With Children Check. COVIDSafe office requirements also apply. You also need to have the right to work in Australia and the ability to speak English well.
We seek to be a diverse workplace, in which people of many cultural and linguistic backgrounds, genders, ages and abilities work together and are equally appreciated and respected. People with disabilities and neuro diverse abilities are encouraged to apply for Tearfund roles and can receive assistance at any stage of the recruitment process, by contacting our People and Culture Partner, Stephanie via [email protected] or on 03 9264 7000.