DID Sector Jobs and Grant opportunities

A list of current opportunities for consultancies, employment and other funding in the disability-inclusive development (DID) sector

Employment and job opportunities

Program Officer (Pacific Islands countries), Disbility Rights Fund

The Program Officer is an exciting position working closely with the disability rights movement in Pacific Islands countries (PICs). The Program Officer will help support the grantmaking of the Disability Rights Fund and the Disability Rights Advocacy Fund in the Pacific Islands region (Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu), as part of a wider international team.  Candidates from the Pacific Islands region are strongly preferred, but we will accept candidates from Australia / New Zealand. Download the job description.

Deadline to apply is August 7, 2018.

EOI_Researcher_Climate Change and Disability

The Pacific Disability Forum is inviting interested individuals to be part of its team as a Research Consultant.


The consultant will be part of the research team for the project “Addressing the vulnerabilities of women with disabilities in the event of loss and damage by climate change”.

Please find attached a copy of the TOR for the researcher.

Interested applicants are invited to submit an expression of interest (EOI) for the position. All EOI submitted should contain the following:

  • Details regarding the consultant, including curriculum vitae, referees, past experience in this area of work, and demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and the requirements of this consultancy;
  • Availability;
  • Proposed consultancy fee.

The expression of interest should be sent via email to inclusion@pacificdisability.org before 5pm 24 July 2018. The subject of the email should be labelled as “EOI – Climate Change and Disability Researcher”



Other funding opportunities

 2019 USP Regional Disability Scholarship

Applications for The University of the South Pacific’s(USP) 2019 Regional Disability Scholarship are now open and will close on 31 October 2018.

Please disseminate the information to relevant organizations and persons with disabilities who are interested to pursue further education at the University of the South Pacific. Applicants are encouraged to visit any USP Campus close to them for assistance. Please note that the scholarship is specifically for persons with disabilities.

Disability Scholarship supplementary form

2019 Disability scholarship ad

Regional Disability Ad 14 page – Sat 9 June (003)

For further information please email disabilitycentre@usp.ac.fj or qeleni_m@usp.ac.fj or call (679) 3237182 or (679) 3231832