- Location: Sydney preferable or remote working for the right candidate
- Salary: $60,000 - $70,000 p.a. (pro rata, depending on experience) plus super
- Hours: 0.6 FTE
- Duration: 4-5 months, with the possibility of extension if funding permits.
About Jubilee Australia Research Centre
Jubilee is a not-for-profit research centre based in Surry Hills, Sydney. We engage in research and advocacy to promote economic justice for communities in the Asia-Pacific region and accountability for Australian corporations and government agencies operating there.
Geographically, our work is focused on Australia, Papua New Guinea (including Bougainville), Fiji and elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region.
We work on many issues, including:
- Empowering communities in the Pacific to exercise their right to free, prior and informed consent for mining projects on their land;
- Fighting the first-ever coal mine and coal-fired power station being developed in PNG;
- Campaigning to prevent export credit agencies (government-owned and supported financial institutions) from financing fossil fuel developments;
- Advocacy targeting Australian connections to illegal logging, especially in PNG;
- Changing Australian government policies that undermine sustainable economies and livelihoods and economic justice for our neighbours in the Pacific and beyond.
For more information, visit www.jubileeaustralia.org.
Jubilee Australia is an equal opportunity employer, and we strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability, LGBTIQ+ people, and people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities to apply for this role.
We are a small team that values people, and we are all deeply passionate about the work that we do. We are seeking a candidate with a commitment to our mission and is passionate about economic justice and corporate accountability.
About this role:
As our staff work closely with partners across the Asia-Pacific, lived experience in a cross-cultural context is a highly sought-after attribute for this position. This role reports to the Campaigns Director, but will also support the work of other staff including the Research Director and the Executive Director.
Knowledge of the sector is a plus, but applicants from outside the human rights/environmental/international development sectors are encouraged to apply.
Key responsibilities include
- Produce engaging content for our supporter newsletters, website and social media channels that promotes our work and raises the voices of the local communities we work with
- Contribute to the development and implementation of our social media strategy through research, platform determination, messaging and target audience identification
- Manage our supporter database
- Engage with partners and external stakeholders
- Support senior staff in other tasks as required
Skills and Experience:
- Deep knowledge of a Pacific, Asian or Global South culture; lived experience in a cross-cultural context;
- Exceptional skills in written communication, including storytelling;
- Demonstrated experience in providing social media output to support campaigns or research;
- Experience in managing data, ideally using a database such as NationBuilder and ActionNetwork;
- Good interpersonal skills; demonstrated experiencing working as an effective member of a team.
- A degree in communications, media or a related discipline;
- Experience in working for a human rights, environmental or development organisation;
- Experience working with fundraising and fundraising platforms (we use DonorBox);
- Basic skills in the Adobe Suite (Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop) and/or video editing software.
For further information in relation to this opportunity please contact Dina Rui at firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line: Communications Officer enquiry via EthicalJobs.
We accept applications on a rolling basis and encourage you to apply as soon as possible.