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Voice Campaign Project Manager

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Location: VIC
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Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to eliminate the inequalities that keep people in poverty.

At Oxfam Australia, we believe all lives are equal and no-one should live in poverty. We believe that in a wealthy world, poverty is unjustifiable and preventable, that the present state of inequality and injustice must be challenged, and that with the right support, people can change their lives for the better.

We are part of an international confederation of 20 organisations (affiliates) working together with partners and local communities in the areas of humanitarian, development and campaigning, in more than 75 countries.

All our work is led by five core values: Accountability, Empowerment, Equality, Inclusiveness and Sustainability.

As an organisation undertaking work both locally and internationally and in humanitarian response, we take our duty of care seriously to safeguard children, young people and adults and recognise that we must meet community expectations and the trust placed in our people to maintain the highest standards of conduct. Therefore, our people are required to comply with the One Oxfam Child Safeguarding and Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse policies and sign the Oxfam Australia Child Safeguarding and One Oxfam Employee Codes of Conduct.

 Job Description

  • Exceptional opportunity to join one of Australia’s leading Non-for-Profits.
  • 6 Months, Part-time, 21 hours per week
  • Melbourne based

The Role 

As the Voice Campaign Project Manager, you will contribute to design, and support the delivery of, a civil organisations’ campaign in support of the ‘Yes’ case in the lead up to a Federal referendum in 2023 on a First Peoples’ Voice to the Australian Parliament.

You will work externally with the Allies for Uluru Coalition Senior Management Working Group in support of the Coalition’s campaign. The coalition has membership from across Australian civil society organisations, with four agencies forming the core of the working group; the Fred Hollows Foundation, ACOSS, ANTaR and Oxfam Australia.

You will take guidance from First Peoples’ leadership involved with the Uluru Statement from the Heart and aim to mobilise supporters and networks of non-indigenous civil society organisations for the ‘Yes’ campaign.

 Desired Skills and Experience

A little about you (the key selection criteria)

  • A breadth of experience in the development and implementation of campaign plans and strategies, including a track record of identifying different audiences and building strategies to mobilise them online and offline.
  • Demonstrated experience with and/or knowledge (or ability to quickly gain knowledge) of working with First Nations peoples and communities.
  • Demonstrated experience with working in alliances, networks and coalitions.
  • Demonstrated Experience in designing and delivering innovative, forward thinking campaign strategies to engage and inspire Australians.

We can offer you 

  • A base salary of $85,903 plus superannuation, superior leave benefits and access to generous non-for-profit salary packaging program (up to $18,450 of your salary tax-free).
  • The opportunity to use your talents and expertise to make a positive impact around the world.
  • We value flexibility and seek to support our people to work in ways that meet their work/life commitments and support their wellbeing.
  • Cultural leave
  • Superannuation matching

How to Apply

  •  To apply, click the Apply Now button to be directed to Oxfam’s job portal.
  • Applications close on 21 February 2023.
  • Here is the link to the Position Description

Our people are at the heart of everything we do. We care deeply about creating a safe and inclusive workplace where our people feel valued, respected and impowered. We are committed to providing equal opportunities and encourage applicants with personal experience of the forms of injustice we seek to address to apply for opportunities at Oxfam Australia.

Applicants will be required to show proof of their right to work in Australia with the subject to satisfactory clearance of a Police Records Check, and Counter Terrorism and Aid Diversion Check.

We give priority to protecting the health, safety and wellbeing of our people, supporters, and the communities we work with. If successful you may be required to provide evidence of your COVID-19 vaccination or approved medical contraindication prior to commencing employment with Oxfam Australia.

Closing Date: Feb 21, 2023

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