- Job posted on: 3rd May 2021
- Applications close:
The Conservation Council ACT Region is seeking an enthusiastic campaigner with experience in policy analysis and development, and a flair for stakeholder engagement. The successful applicant will play a central role undertaking policy work to support our advocacy and campaigns, and develop strong relationships with stakeholders, including member groups, academics, and government. This role primarily focuses on issues of biodiversity, nature and waterways across Canberra and the wider ACT region.
This is a part-time (22.5 hours per week) position until 30 June 2022 (three month probation) with likelihood of extension.
The Conservation Council ACT Region is the peak environment organisation for the Canberra region. We represent community environment organisations as well as the broader environmental interests of all citizens of the ACT. The Conservation Council’s mission is to achieve a healthy environment and a sustainable future for our region.
We campaign for a safe climate, to protect biodiversity in our urban and natural areas, to protect and enhance our waterways, reduce waste, and promote sustainable transport and planning for our city. We work in the ACT and region to influence governments and build widespread support within the community and business to deliver environmental outcomes. We put forward evidence-based solutions and innovative ideas for how we can live sustainably.
At a time when we need to reimagine a better future, we understand that the changes we need will only happen with the collective support of our community.
To learn more about the Conservation Council ACT Region see www.conservationcouncil.org.au.
The Position Description is attached below.
For further information, please contact Helen Oakey, Executive Director: email@example.com using the subject line: Campaigner - Nature and Waterways enquiry via EthicalJobs OR 02 6229 3202.