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Fundraising and Engagement Coordinator

The Greens NSW


The Greens’ movement is based on the four pillars of social equity and economic justice, ecological sustainability, grassroots democracy, and peace, nonviolence and disarmament. Greens’ parties across the world share these same principles and values.

In NSW we have seven Members of Parliament, two Senators in the Federal Parliament, and a significant number of local government Councillors. We are comprised of 60 local groups across the state.


This position will undertake fundraising for The Greens NSW and engage with members and supporters to improve their experience with the Greens.

Key responsibilities will include:

  1. Conduct fundraising activities to achieve an agreed target and surpass if conditions allow.
  2. Liaise with the State Lead Organiser, Administration team and committees to ensure coordinated messaging and take fundraising opportunities where they arise
  3. Ensure that fundraising activity meets all compliance requirements and meets set messaging objectives
  4. Providing engaging and positive member and supporter experiences.
  5. Other duties as directed


The Fundraising and Engagement Coordinator must meet the following essential requirements:

  1. Proficiency in digital fundraising strategies and campaign management
  2. Excellent written communication, negotiation, and analytical skills.
  3. Excellent organisational skills in managing competing priorities and deadlines.
  4. Demonstrated emotional intelligence, problem solving skills and resilience.
  5. A commitment to ecological sustainability and social justice.
  6. Advanced skills in MS Office and social media platforms

Note: Occasional evening and weekend work and travel within NSW will be required.

Successful candidates must not be a member of another political party.

We actively encourage First Nations people, people of colour, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply even if you don’t think you meet all the selection criteria.


State Manager: Direct line manager, formally responsible for human resource and compliance issues, escalate and receive instructions.

Work team: Work collaboratively and inclusively with the relevant GNSW staff member on administrative issues.

Internal stakeholders: Work with political committees to resolve issues and provide solutions to problems.


You must take all reasonable care for yourself and others and comply with any reasonable instructions, policies and procedures relating to work health safety and wellbeing.


$89,783.84 (Admin step 4) plus 12% superannuation. (5 days per week full time)


Flexible Hybrid – Office in Camperdown, NSW


Permanent part time 4 days per week with full time 5 days considered.


Please feel free to call our office to discuss any questions you may have about this role on (02) 9045 6933 or email [email protected] with Ethical Jobs: Fundraising and Engagement Coordinator in the subject line.

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