Do you have a passion to love like Jesus?
Join a dynamic team of people dedicated to seeing hope and life 
restored to the outcast and forgotten.

Current Employment Opportunities

International Projects Coordinator
  • Coordinate the implementation of WorldShare's international projects
  • Work in a close team dedicated to restoring hope and life to the outcast and forgotten around the world
  • Chatswood based; 4 days or full time role

 About us

WorldShare is a Christian aid and development organisation. We believe that God is the defender of the vulnerable and calls us to help those in need. Motivated by Jesus’ call to love our neighbour, we support local Christian partner organisations in developing countries around the world.

Our vision is to see lives transformed as people connect to love like Jesus. Together, we restore hope and life to the outcast and forgotten. We assist our partner organisations in their programs which care for the marginalised by protecting children, empowering women, providing education and health care, and demonstrating the love of God. We bring Australian supporters together to resource and encourage our overseas partners, through generous giving, faithful prayer and overseas partner visits. We focus primarily on international aid and development - on protecting and helping those who are marginalised, mistreated and oppressed in developing countries.

Operating since 1943, WorldShare is an established organisation and is currently going through an exciting period of change and evolution.

The role

The International Projects Coordinator is responsible for the coordination and administration of WorldShare’s Child Sponsorship Program and to assist our partners overseas to achieve transformational change for the marginalised and outcast in their communities.

In addition, the International Projects Coordinator will make significant contributions in providing technical assistance to support the effective implementation of WorldShare partner organisation’s programs/projects as required and also nurture relationships, providing encouragement and facilitating information exchange.

About you

First and foremost, you are passionate about God’s call to care for the outcast and forgotten around the world.

You have administrative experience within an international partnerships environment and/or NFP context. 

You have knowledge of project co-ordination principles and practices and risk management, together with practical experience in managing projects to completion with strong attention to detail. 

You’re process-driven and are highly organised, with great technical skills. You excel at keeping things in order.

Being a multi-tasker, you are comfortable with managing multiple priorities with care and you have a strong performance and outcome focus, able to take the initiative to do whatever it takes to get the job done.

How to apply

Send your succinct cover letter and a CV to (attention Blaise Itabelo, International Partnerships Director). In your cover letter, tell us why you’d like the role and how you address the selection criteria. Applications close 9am, Monday 18th December 2017.

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 Please note that this role fits within a growing International Partnerships team, so the role may be developed and adapted to meet the skills and experience of the right candidate. If you don’t have all the skills listed above, but you are willing to learn and are passionate about WorldShare’s mission - please apply. We know that the best people sometimes learn on the job!



Volunteers are vital to the work of WorldShare and we are always in need of enthusiastic supporters to help us with a variety of tasks.

Opportunities include—but are not limited to—mail processing, sponsor a child program assistance, general administration, database management, letter translation, publication assistance and event management.

You will be provided with all the necessary training and the opportunity to use your skills and passion to help restore lives and bring hope to the world’s outcast and most marginalised.

If you’re interested in volunteering we’d love to hear from you. Contact us on email, telephone 02 9712 822 or fill out the form:

Jodie's Story

I began my association with Worldshare in 2013 when I went on an English teaching pilot mission to UKRIM in Yogyakarta with a wonderful group of volunteers. I chose this mission as I have some background in both Indonesian and teaching and also because my sister Lisa was going, but mostly because I wanted to make a difference in the lives of people less fortunate than myself.

It was such an amazing, life altering experience and a privilege to be part of. I have now taken the opportunity to help develop the teaching curriculum for UKRIM camps and lead camps in recent years.

Jodie and Sarah packing bags of donations for Ephphatha School for the Deaf in the Democratic Republic of Congo