April 9

Project Coordinator – 2024



The Online Safety Commission invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the vacancy referred to below. The appointee will coordinate the implementation of the Swipe Safe online safety program with children and duty bearers and the strengthening of the OSC response to children.

The appointee will report to the Commissioner for Online Safety and receive technical advice from ChildFund Australia related to the Swipe Safe online safety program and child protection.

JOB DESCRIPTION: The role is responsible for the planning and implementation of the Swipe Safe Project in Fiji. The Project coordinator will support the contextualization of the Swipe Safe online safety curriculum and learning app and then coordinate delivering high-quality online safety training to young people, teachers, frontline child protection workers and law enforcement. A second key objective is to strengthen the focus on children within the Online Safety Commission including child-friendly reporting pathways and referrals for support.


  • Coordinate the implementation of the OSC ChildFund Swipe Safe project activities
    according to the implementation plan and budget, with initial focus on curriculum
    contextualization and training of youth facilitators  
  • Undertake data collection and analysis and produce progress reports
  •  Deliver training to frontline workers and law enforcement
  •  Support advocacy work at national level relating to online child protection 
  • Liaise with Ministries and key stakeholders with the aim to integrate online safety
    education at a national level
  •  Embed a national coordination mechanism for child online protection and online safety
  •  Establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff and stakeholders and
    work with stakeholders to support project implementation
  • Support the OSC Commissioner to achieve the strategic plan framework
  •  Contribute to improvements in the Swipe Safe model at a regional level
  • Act as a focal point in the organisation with regards to children and young people

ELIGIBILITY: All applicants for employment at the Online Safety Commission must be of good character, with a background that demonstrates their commitment to the value and principles of the Commission contained in the Online Safety Act 2018. Applicants must also be Fijian citizens, under the age of 55 years, in sound heath and with a clear police record. The selected applicant will be required to provide a medical certificate and police clearance prior to taking up duty.

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