Work with us

At Adara, we seek out staff who have a passion to change the world.

We run programmes that change lives in some of the world’s remotest places. We believe in the power of business to accelerate change. We’re here because we believe every person deserves access to quality health, education and other essential services, no matter where they live. But we can’t do this without great people working with us around the world.

Current Opportunities – Adara jobs

Maternal Health Education Manager

SYDNEY — Adara Development is seeking a Maternal Education Manager to develop context appropriate training materials and support Adara’s international clinical teams.

Partnerships Manager

SYDNEY —Are you an early-mid career fundraising, partnerships or business development professional who wants to make an impact and build your career in a growing team? Want to work at the cutting-edge of business/non-profit relationships?

I love working with Adara because Adara’s work  is evidence based, fulfilling and creates impact in remote communities.”

— Beatrice Niyonshaba, Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Manager (Uganda)
Beatrice Niyonshaba - Adara jobs

Why work at Adara?

Make a difference

Our work is high impact, meaning you can come to work every day knowing you’re making a difference for communities living in poverty.

join a vibrant team

We have vibrant, connected teams around the world who love their work and each other. We support and celebrate diversity.

attractive salary packaging

If you work for Adara Development (Australia), you can increase your take-home pay by taking advantage of attractive salary packaging options.

We’re committed to your wellbeing

Our Employee Assistance Programme provides staff with free external, professional and confidential counselling assistance.

never stop learning

We understand that our teams never finish learning and we support you through continuous training and development.

Join us

…to bring quality health and education services to people living in some of the world’s remotest places.

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