Transparency International Australia Chair

Transparency International Australia (TIA) is one of more than 100 national chapters worldwide. TIA has been operating as an accredited Transparency International chapter since 1995, focusing on ways in which Government and Australian-based companies and institutions can address corruption issues.

The TIA Board guides the organisation’s strategy, growth, and direction and ensures compliance with board duties and obligations. The Board is responsible for operating in a manner that is consistent with, and contributes to, the global Transparency International movement. The Board of TIA is looking to appoint a new Chair.

The Chair’s primary role is to lead the TIA Board and set the governance standards for the organisation. The Chair, working closely with the CEO, will champion the work of TIA with key stakeholders, including government, business, civil society and the media. The Chair will support and engage with the global TI movement.

In addition to an understanding of the Chair’s legal and fiduciary responsibilities, candidates will need expertise in at least one of the following areas: international development, bribery/ financial crimes, government relations, fundraising, finance and risk management. They will also need high- level inclusive communication skills and a sophisticated understanding of governance and strategic planning.

The Board meets four or five times a year in Melbourne, Sydney or Canberra.

The role is not remunerated but reasonable travel expenses to attend meetings will be reimbursed.

For a full description of the role and the requirements please email Boardroom Partners on

Applications close 5.00pm Friday 20 July 2018.

Country Projects Coordinator, Mining for Sustainable Development

  • An exciting opportunity to contribute to a global initiative designed to generate tangible and lasting change in the fight against corruption around the world
  • Fixed term (August 2018 – December 2020), Full-Time
  • Work with a great team in Australia and with colleagues in over 16 countries
  • Melbourne based
  • Applications close 5pm (AEST) 30 July, 2018

Transparency International Australia (TI Australia), the Australian chapter of the world’s leading non-governmental anti-corruption movement, is implementing Phase II of the global ‘Mining for Sustainable Development’ programme. This programme seeks to achieve real change in combatting corruption in the mining sector and building the capacity of TI Australia as a Centre of Expertise on anti-corruption in mining.

The role requires a skilled professional with experience in project management and in implementing social change programs that achieve real impact. The individual must be experienced in working cross-culturally, and have a strong interest in good governance in the extractive industries sector.

Please refer to the Position Description for a full outline of the position, including selection criteria and remuneration.

Applications, including a Curriculum Vitae, and a letter of motivation clearly addressing the required competencies, should be sent by email to:

The deadline for applications is 5pm (AEST) 30 July 2018. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Applicants must have the right to live and work in Australia to be considered for this job.

Any questions please contact Kaetlyn Roberts, Country Projects Manager, TI Australia,