Campaigner

We are looking for a Campaigner to join our team and lead public advocacy that makes the world a more equal place for girls.

Do you have experience designing and executing campaign strategies that create change on important issues?

Do you have a track record of growing advocacy supporter bases?

Do you have sector digital campaign skills?

We are looking for a Campaigner to join our team and lead public advocacy that makes the world a more equal place for girls.

Total salary package between $90,000-$100,000 depending on experience.

What you’ll be doing:

In this role, you will be:

  • Developing and implementing public campaigns, ensuring they contribute to the achievement of Plan International Australia’s engagement and influencing objectives
  • Identifying opportunities to engage target audiences and drive systemic change through partnerships, participatory initiatives or special projects, leading the implementation of these as appropriate, in collaboration with Partnerships and Influencing Team and Country Office colleagues
  • Building strong connections with staff across the Plan International federation engaged in movement building and campaigning, leading PIA’s involvement in international working groups as appropriate
  • Using campaigning to build a larger number of Plan supporters over time including developing the supporter journey for advocacy related activity, automating where possible
  • Supporting the organisation to develop and deliver new strategic approaches to creating, sourcing and disseminating powerful content to drive supporter engagement

You’ll have:

An ideal candidate for the role will have:

  • Demonstrated leadership of successful advocacy campaigns and community campaigning approaches that achieve influencing objectives, ideally in a youth, gender or international development context
  • Experience using digital tactics in a campaigning environment; ideally a political or issue-advocacy campaign that had media profile and resulted in a win
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to translate complex policy ideas for a public audience
  • Strong knowledge of the current best practices in digital campaigning and fundraising, including: web content, SEO and UX, social media, emails and marketing automation, digital advertising, CRM and messaging platforms.
  • A good sense of “moment,” timing, and outstanding judgment in determining what will resonate with our audiences
  • Alignment with PIA values and commitment to social impact, feminist leadership and sharing power

 

About Plan International Australia
Plan International is a global not-for-profit, working to change the world so that all children can live happy and healthy lives, and so girls in all their diversities can take their rightful place as equals.

For 80 years we’ve worked hand-in-hand with local communities, so babies can survive their first 1000 days, so children can learn in safe environments, so girls can strive for work outside the home, so young people can speak up for their rights. We know that girls are the most marginalised by poverty, and for too long have been held back from reaching their full potential. This is why we work with all children to solve poverty but especially girls.

We have a long history, but our approach is new. We’re secular, and we view the children, families and local communities we work with as our partners and our equals.

Possibility. Opportunity. Equality. Partnership. Love. Humanity. This is what we stand for.

Stand with us. Stand for equality.

How to apply
To be considered for the role, applicants must attach both, an updated CV and a cover letter clearly stating how their skills and experience meet each of the selection criteria, which is listed on the Position Description, available here

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Applications must arrive before 23rd September 2021

Plan International Australia is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to an inclusive workplace culture that embraces and celebrates diversity. We welcome applications from all sectors of the community because we believe diverse opinions and experiences will enrich our team and best represent our beneficiaries and partners across the globe.

Plan International believes that in a world where children face so many threats of harm, it is our duty to ensure that we, as an organisation, do everything we can to keep children safe. This means that we have particular responsibilities to children that we come into contact with and we must not contribute in any way to harming or placing children at risk.

As part of the screening process, candidates will be required to complete a satisfactory National police Check, sign our Safeguarding Children and Young People policy and code of conduct, and where necessary complete a Working with Children Check.

Join Plan International Australia and help create justice for children and equality for girls.