We are looking for a Community Organiser to lead the implementation of community organising identified in priority conservation campaign strategies, which will empower BirdLife supporters and the public to protect birds and their habitats.
With over 350,000 supporters nationally, BirdLife Australia is unique in the Australian not-for-profit sector. We have set ambitious new targets to put birds and nature on the path to recovery as part of our Bird Conservation Strategy Combining the best scientific expertise, partnership with institutions and communities and the unique capacity of birds to engage and spark joy, the Bird Conservation Strategy aims to halt overall bird population declines by 2050.
The Community Organiser plays an integral role in helping BirdLife Australia achieve its strategic goals. Reporting to the Campaigns Manager, this role will work across the organisation to deliver the objectives identified in priority conservation campaign strategies to support, nurture and empower the BirdLife Network and the public to take meaningful advocacy actions:
What you will bring to the team:
The successful candidate will have experience in a Community organising role and have demonstrated ability to train, motivate and mentor people to take meaningful action and lead change in their own communities.
Your excellent interpersonal and communication skills combined with demonstrated ability to influence and negotiate will provide the ideal foundation to work effectively with all our internal and external stakeholders.
With strong project management and planning experience your ability to work in an organised and time efficient way will enable BirdLife Australia to meet strategic goals.
If you have a background in community organising and want to support BirdLife to halt the extinction crisis we want to hear from you.
Benefits on offer:
This is a full-time role (1 FTE) with the flexibility to be worked part-time 4 days per week (0.8 FTE) offered with a flexible location offered on a max term 12-month contract which comes with an attractive salary range of $81,548 per annum plus 11% super.
You will also enjoy great benefits including generous annual, personal and paid parental leave, additional special leave (covering the organisations shutdown period), leave loading, access to LinkedIn learnings professional development and networking platform plus much more.
Our values really underpin and support our organisational strategy and goals:
For more role details refer to the position description attached below or email enquiries to email@example.com
To apply for this role:
At BirdLife we value diversity and inclusion and actively encourage applications from diverse groups and communities.
Closing Date: Applications for this role close on Thursday 31 August 2023.
Please note BirdLife does not accept applications from recruitment agencies.
Conservation Community Organiser PD Aug 2023