- Job posted on: 20th Sep 2021
- Applications close:
You will join the Community and International Engagement Section and work with the Indigenous Electoral Participation Program (IEPP). The team includes passionate people who are committed to ensuring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have a bigger voice in elections through promoting:
The Community and International Engagement Section is also responsible for working with other members of the community who may experience barriers to electoral participation such as people with a disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, young people, people without a fixed address and people in prison.
You will play an important part in building a bigger voice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australian elections.
As the Assistant Director, you will manage a range of national projects and programs in relation to the IEPP. You will work with the AEC’s IEPP network to deliver culturally appropriate electoral services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people nationally. You will contribute to Section planning and aligning longer term plans with agency goals and objectives. You will work closely with government and community organisations.
The Assistant Director is a leadership role. Your knowledge and expertise will help the IEPP to succeed in making Australian elections more accessible for culturally diverse people.
This is an Identified Position. Indigenous Candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
A position description is attached.