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Policy & Advocacy Manager

Community Legal Centres NSW

If you're passionate about social justice, human rights, and bringing about systemic change, this might be the job you’re looking for.

  • Advocate for systemic change and strive to influence government policy and legislation
  • Permanent part-time (28 hours per week)
  • Competitive salary: $103,716 - $106,851 per annum pro rata + salary packaging + above-award leave provisions
  • Work with a small, experienced team advocating for progressive law reform and access to justice in NSW

About the Policy & Advocacy Manager role

This role will draw on the experiences of community legal centres and their clients to develop and coordinate systemic advocacy and law reform strategies and activities. No two days will be the same. Your work will be diverse and collaborative. You will coordinate and undertake research for law reform and policy submissions, deliver training to the community legal sector, meet with Members of Parliament, work with journalists to tell high-impact stories and amplify our community’s experiences, identify solutions to inequality and injustice, and much more. For a detailed summary of the role’s duties and accountabilities, please refer to the Position Description attached to this job ad.

Please visit our website for more information on the skills and experience required.

About Community Legal Centres NSW

Community legal centres advocate for a fairer society and justice system. We are the peak-body for 41 community legal centres, and our sector helps more than 55,000 people every year to find solutions to their legal problems. Community legal centres have a long and successful history of bringing about systemic change through policy, advocacy and law reform. Informed by the experiences of our communities, we work to effect changes that will increase access to justice, particularly those experiencing financial hardship, housing or job insecurity, disadvantage, trauma, or discrimination.

If you have any specific questions, please call Imogen Brackin (Office Manager) on (02) 9212 7333 or email officemanager@clcnsw.org.au, using the subject line: Policy & Advocacy Manager enquiry via EthicalJobs.

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