Salary: AUD $103,309 –125,144 dependent on skills, knowledge, experience. Location: Remote working or Syd, Melb, Newcastle offices Application Deadline: 11:59pm, 12th Feb 2023 AEDT
About the Role
As a Strategist, you will work in collaboration with the Australian Gas team and key partners to develop and implement campaigns to protect Australia’s environment from gas mining and exports.
You are creative, a big picture thinker and fearless in pursuing campaign goals. You have a strong understanding of what it takes to build power to achieve social change. You have experience working with civil society groups or social movements to strengthen and scale campaigns.
You are highly skilled at identifying the interventions that are needed to push decision-makers, in business and/ or politics, and have a knack for problem solving. You may not have experience in gas or climate roles, but you are a quick learner and can demonstrate experience engaging with technical detail to develop campaign strategies that have achieved real-world impact. You have strong people skills and can facilitate complex meetings and make it seem simple and easy.
Works with the Program Director and key campaign partners to lead the development of compelling strategies that support campaign goals Drives and supports the wider movement’s work to challenge new gas proposals, including raising an understanding of the climate, financial, legal and reputational risks of new gas projects Builds collaborative relationships with and provides campaigns advice to movement partners to help them run high impact campaigns to prevent new gas projects Identifies and addresses priority movement needs for capacity building or training Contributes to broader strategy development and work of the Australian Gas team How Sunrise supports its staff The Sunrise Project. is committed to creating a workplace that supports our staff to do their best work and develop professionally. We have the following in place to help us achieve that, noting pro rata will apply for part time staff:
Superannuation 12.5% Birthday leave (if it’s your birthday, you get a day off) Solidarity and community leave 1 week p.a Cultural leave (floating public holidays) Gifted leave (over Christmas and New Year) Paid parental leave (subject to eligibility conditions) Generous financial support for office and/or remote working Access to an Employee Assistance Program Commitment to supporting your professional development ( up to $2000 per annum ) Flexible work policy, including hybrid-remote working Coaching and management support with regular 1:1 meetings Performance reviews and feedback to support you and the team to reflect and grow A co-developed initial 3 month work plan to support your onboarding and provide clarity on your role and responsibilities
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