MSI Asia Pacific (MSIAP), its entities and affiliates, are a specialist sexual and reproductive health, non-governmental organisation (NGO) working in Australia, Asia and the Pacific to ensure the fulfilment of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of all people. Our mission is to enable people to have children by choice, not chance.
MSIAP is committed to providing family planning, and sexual and reproductive health services and overcoming barriers to access for marginalised individuals and groups including people with a disability. Through our global 2030 strategy, MSI has committed to meeting the unmet demand for contraception and unsafe abortion with a particular focus on reaching clients who would otherwise be left behind and reconfirmed its belief that reproductive choice can transform lives.
MSIAP is committed to creating an inclusive environment with a workforce which is representative of the communities we serve. We’re proud to be an equal opportunity organisation and give equal consideration to all qualified applicants without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or age. We are committed to promoting equality and safeguarding the welfare of all team members and clients.
MSIAP is at once the regional office of the MSI global partnership, and an Australian NGO. We are governed by a Board of Directors which oversees the Executive Officer & Regional Director who manages at team of 15 employees in total.
MSIAP is co-located with Marie Stopes Australia (MSA), the Australian clinical business. MSIAP purchases some corporate services from MSA, including Human Resources support. We are guided by the global standards set out by the MSI Global Support Office as well as local policies set by Marie Stopes Australia. MSIAP wants to ensure our HR policies and procedures are entirely appropriate for our needs as a regional support office, are forward-looking and best-practice.
Acknowledging changing workforce trends, legislation, and MSI’s evolving mission and goals, MSIAP would like to engage a consultant to review and, where appropriate, redesign these policies. Key to the review and redesign is alignment with MSIAP’s recently endorsed Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion policy and principles, current best-practice in Australian workplaces, and compliance with DFAT Accreditation and ACFID Code of Conduct requirements.
For further information, please read the Request for Proposal.
Timing of the consultancy is flexible and required activities may be completed non-consecutively. However, all deliverables must be completed no later than end of May 2022.
MSIAP is located in Melbourne. Consultants may work remotely.
Sunday 20 February 2022 (11.59pm AEST)