- Job posted on: 12th Mar 2020
- Applications close:
Are you an engaged and committed person who enjoys working in a collaborative team?
Are you passionate about applying your skills to Australia’s leading environmental organisation?
The Australian Conservation Foundation is Australia’s national environment organisation – over 600,000 people creating a world where forests, rivers, people and wildlife thrive.
A handful of people formed ACF 50 years ago when mining first threatened the Great Barrier Reef. Now the ACF community has grown into a powerful force for nature.
We bring together people from the community, government and business. Our community advocates against pollution and destruction, and for our living world. We hold decision-makers to account. We champion big ideas and find common ground with unlikely partners.
We love and protect the web of life right across our continent, from the Kimberley to the Reef, the reef down the Great Dividing Range to Tasmania’s forests.
People power our campaigns. We are proudly independent, non-partisan and funded by donations from our community.
ACF’s Climate and Energy Campaign team is part of the Campaigns directorate and holds responsibility for the development and execution of campaigns to tackle climate change including:
The Climate Change campaign team makes use of a full suite of campaign tools including engaging our supporters, community organising, media and communications, policy development and analysis, direct political and business advocacy, fundraising and collaborations with other organisations.
If this is you, we want to hear from you!
ACF is an equal opportunity employer. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, LGBTQI people and people with a disability are encouraged to apply.
Applicants must have the right to live and work in Australia to be considered for this job.
As part of ACF’s recruitment process, a criminal background check will be conducted.
We request no agency contact, please.