Creating Skills for life

 Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Facilitator

  Based in Suva, Fiji

*This position is reserved for Fiji nationals only.

About Australia Pacific Training Coalition (managed by TAFE Queensland)

The Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) is an Australian development program working in partnership with regional governments, industry and TVET training providers to develop a more skilled, inclusive and productive workforce aligned with domestic and international labour market requirements that enhance Pacific prosperity.


Position Overview


The Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Facilitator’s key responsibility is to assist the development of policy and programming frameworks, guidance and tools for gender equality and social inclusion. This position will be based at the regional office in Suva, and may involve travel to Vanuatu, PNG, Solomon Islands and Samoa or other countries in the Pacific.



To be considered for this position, you must possess;

  • Postgraduate tertiary qualification in gender analysis, international development and/or program design and evaluation.
  • Extensive experience in coordination of Pacific GESI stakeholder groups and an understanding of development issues and challenges.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and extensive work experience with theoretical frameworks and practical approaches to gender analysis and evaluation.
  • Familiarity of DFAT and United Nations gender equality and disability declarations and human rights treaties.


Contract duration: Until 30th June 2022


Remuneration – FJ$85,471 per annum, inclusive of 10% superannuation. 

How to Apply?

Step 1: View the Role Description

Step 2: View the Terms and Conditions

Step 3: Register and complete the online APTC Application Form and submit with a recent CV only

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For further enquiries, please contact

(Note: Applications sent via email will not be considered)




Applications close 11:59pm Fiji Time, Sunday, 27th January, 2019


APTC is committed to diversity and inclusion and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all religious and ethnical background, including persons living with disabilities to apply .

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