- Sydney > Surry Hills
- $65,000 - $74,999 per annum
- Job posted on: 26th Apr 2022
- Applications close:
Change the Record is Australia’s only national Aboriginal led justice coalition of Aboriginal peak bodies and non-Aboriginal allies. We work to end the incarceration of, and family violence against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Everything we do is strength-based, culturally focused and grounded in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander self-determination.
Our vision is an Australia in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are self-determined, strong in culture and thriving in communities.
We want to see governments closing rather than opening prisons, supporting and investing in Aboriginal-led solutions and holistic approaches, and being held accountable for injustices.
We want to see communities get real justice from systems or processes which are fair and Aboriginal-led; individuals and systems are free from racism, discrimination, family violence and systemic inequality.
You will work closely with the Change the Record Executive Officer to manage the administrative and operational responsibilities for the organisation.
Our organisation has grown rapidly and so have our operational and administrative needs. An ideal candidate for this role is super organised, self-motivated, loves creating and maintaining systems and can manage multiple tasks and priorities at any given time.
You are passionate and committed to achieving real justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and are enthusiastic about working in a small team to achieve real change.
Working in a small team, under the supervision of the Executive Officer, you will:
This position description outlines the proposed duties and responsibilities of the position. These will be reviewed on a regular basis with the position holder and are subject to change according to the needs and priorities of the Change the Record Campaign. Change the Record is committed to investing in our team to grow the future leaders of our organisation and movement. We are committed to professional development and to working with you to identify your professional goals and aspirations and working towards achieving them.
The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate their ability to meet the following criteria: