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Healthy Futures is an organisation of healthcare workers and community members taking action to address climate change and related threats to health in Australia. We were set up by two doctors in 2015 and now comprise six part-time staff at a combined total of 1.5 FTE and over 1,000 supporters around Australia. We currently run three campaigns:
You will work with healthcare workers and other community members to advocate to the NSW Government and EPA NSW to reduce toxic pollution from coal fired power stations. This will build on previous community organising and advocacy work that Healthy Futures has conducted in the Hunter region since March 2020. Your duties will include developing and executing campaign strategy, building relationships with and organising healthcare workers and other community members in the Hunter, and liaising with journalists and leaders in other organisations.
We currently have funding for this position for 24 weeks. We hope to continue the position beyond this period depending on further funding.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com using the subject line: Healthy Futures Hunter Region Campaigner enquiry via EthicalJobs or call Dr Harry Jennens on 0417 418 225.