We're looking for a Senior Campaigner or Campaign Manager!

We're looking for an experienced and driven campaigner who is excited about the opportunity to drive campaigns, mobilise 37,000 members and persuade decision-makers to take action for women's rights. (View position description here)

 

About Fair Agenda

Fair Agenda’s staff team supports our 37,000 members to strategically mobilise on issues that matter to them.

We leverage rapid online, social and media campaigning tactics to put issues affecting women on the agenda for decision-makers. We also work in partnership with service providers, policy experts, and people with lived experience to change the policies that change women’s lives.

Since launching our first campaign almost 5 years ago the Fair Agenda community has helped win important changes for women's safety, economic security and reproductive healthcare access.

 

About the Role

We are seeking an experienced and driven campaigner to join our team as either a Senior Campaigner or Campaign Manager.

The successful applicant will join a small but mighty team, and drive campaigning in a nimble and impact-focused organisation. They will work across a range of issues, including: addressing gendered violence, reducing women’s economic inequality, improving women’s representation and defending reproductive rights.

A Senior Campaigner would deliver tactics to mobilise tens of thousands of Australians, and persuade political, corporate and community decision makers to put fair on their agenda. They will work closely with the Executive Director to drive campaigns and innovate tactics to influence change.

As a Senior Campaigner your day might involve things like:

  • Writing an email to tens of thousands of Fair Agenda members, to engage them to take a campaign action,
  • Scripting and recording a video to explain a campaign issue on Facebook,
  • Working with the Executive Director or Campaign Manager to plan tactics on a major campaign,
  • Delivering a skype training to Fair Agenda members to prepare them for a meeting with a decision-maker, or
  • Analysing data about member actions, to understand how to better engage members of the Fair Agenda community.

A Campaign Manager would deliver campaign tactics, as well as develop and drive strategies on new and existing Fair Agenda campaigns. They would be responsible for managing some campaigns from start to finish; and would work closely with the Executive Director and partner organisations to develop campaigns.

They would also have the opportunity to take an active leadership role in the development of areas of organisational strategy, and to drive Fair Agenda’s success in one or more other areas, which could include: member engagement, member fundraising, narrative shifting, traditional media coverage, or member development and leadership.

As the Campaign Manager your day might involve things like:

  • Working alongside the Executive Director and partners on strategy for a major campaign to change Government policy,
  • Developing a campaign strategy to convince a company to change its practice,
  • Running a rally outside parliament to show support for a particular piece of legislation coming up for vote,
  • Deep diving on data analysis to understand opportunities to improve Fair Agenda’s performance in different areas, and making recommendations for changes,
  • Writing and editing action emails to Fair Agenda members,
  • Developing and delivering a plan to secure media coverage around your campaign issue, or
  • Managing the scripting and recording of a video to promote a current campaign.

Please see this position description for full details on the responsibilities associated with each role and the skills and experience required.

At this time we are unfortunately only able to hire for one position. The role will be offered on the basis of relevant experience.

 

Further information

The full position description can be accessed here.

Both roles are available on a 0.8FTE – 1.0 FTE basis. Flexible working conditions are negotiable.

The work will commence from a negotiable start date in early April, on an initial 6 month contract, with a possibility of extension.

The indicative salary ranges for these roles are:

  • Senior Campaigner: $60,000 - $66,000 pro rata per annum (plus super).
  • Campaign Manager: $70,000 - $76,000 pro rata per annum (plus super).

Please note that we are unfortunately only able to hire one person at this time. The role offered will be on the basis of relevant experience, and final position details and salary will be negotiated with the successful candidate.

There is a preference for the successful applicant to be located from Fair Agenda’s office space in Melbourne, but applications from people willing to work remotely from other locations will also be considered.

We note that Fair Agenda recognises that issues of gender inequality are compounded for those who are also marginalised for other reasons – including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people of colour, people from working class backgrounds, and LGBTQI people. We encourage people who are members of these and other marginalised communities to apply for these roles.

 

To express interest

To express interest in this role, please send:

  • A cover letter outlining your relevant experience, the role you are interested in, and whether you are open to being considered for the other,
  • An example of a campaign email (or other piece of communications material) you have written,
  • A very brief summary of your impact through previous campaigns (less than one page), and
  • A copy of your resume

To Fair Agenda’s Executive Director Renee Carr via info@fairagenda.org.

Expressions of interest will close at Midnight Tuesday 19th March 2019.

Shortlisted candidates will be asked to complete a practical task as the next step in the process. We anticipate this will be between the 20th and 24th of March.

We anticipate the final candidates will be invited to interview between Monday 25th and Wednesday 27th March.