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Community Organiser and Digital Campaigner

Office of Dorinda Cox

About the Role and Dorinda

Dorinda Cox is a Yamatji Noongar woman and is set to make history as the first, First Nations female Senator for WA. Caring for country runs deep in Dorinda’s blood and she is dedicated to working for those the system works against.

Dorinda is seeking a dynamic, innovative and effective team who will be passionate about justice, ecological sustainability and working for those that are most vulnerable.

Dorinda is seeking applications from an energetic and experienced community organiser and digital campaigner to help build her team and contribute to her re-election.

This position will be responsible for identifying, developing and implementing key campaigns both nationally and in WA. This role will connect Dorinda to campaigns and campaigners and support the efforts of key priority areas.

This position will manage and integrate the Senator’s social media platforms and coordinate digital content production.

The community organiser and digital campaigner will assist with the coordination of events and functions, including community meetings and public engagements.

The position is offered under the ​Members of Parliament (Staff) Act 1984​, and employment conditions are outlined in the ​Members of Parliament (Staff) Enterprise Agreement 2016-2019​.

Key work areas

  • Implementing the election campaign strategy
  • Liaising with key internal and external stakeholders
  • Digital campaigning strategy and implementation including social media and web content management and development
  • Community organising and mobilising​

Selection criteria

  1. Experience in community organising and mobilising across a range of tactics, including working effectively with stakeholders and the community and event coordination
  2. Demonstrated ability to build online communities and audiences, in a NGO or community based organisation,
  3. Demonstrated campaign skills including strategic campaign development, preparation of content and materials and project management.
  4. Ability to work collaboratively under time constraints, competing priorities and other pressures
  5. Campaign experience in health, mental health, and/or community services, especially with First Nations organisations

Salary Range $77,926

Allowances $11, 391

Anticipated Start Date September 2021

Contract Until end of Term, 30th June 2022 (unless re-elected)

Position type Full Time

Travel Occasional intra and interstate travel

Applications are encouraged from any interested and qualified people. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply. We don’t discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. We welcome people with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to apply for all our roles.

If you have any questions regarding the position or applying please call Trish Cowcher on 0411 560 422.

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