About the role
As the Policy & Advocacy Manager, you will be part of a multi-disciplinary team that creates impact by driving system wide change here in Australia and globally.
In your role, you’ll be delivering impact in the following ways:
- a) Developing and project managing advocacy strategies and major research projects to drive PIA’s strategic influencing agenda on key issues related to gender equality.
- b) Building coalitions for change and collaborating with partners including our Country Offices and Global Hub, local partner agencies in the Asia Pacific region, Australian development sector partners and allied organisations working on the same issues.
- c) Working closely with our Youth & Campaigns Officer, supporting youth driven and youth centred advocacy and research through projects with our Asia Pacific Country Offices and our Australia based Youth Activist Program.
- d) Building an evidence base to support PIA’s advocacy; drafting research reports, policy briefs and submissions that are gender transformative, youth centred and focused on effecting real and tangible change for children, especially girls.
- e) Building relationships with and influencing decision-makers including Parliamentarians, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, large corporates, regional bodies and institutions.
Base salary range between $85,000-$90,000, plus super, annual leave loading and access to salary packaging.
About Plan International Australia
Plan International is a global not-for-profit, working to change the world so that all children can live happy and healthy lives, and so girls in all their diversities can take their rightful place as equals.
For 80 years we’ve worked hand-in-hand with local communities, so babies can survive their first 1000 days, so children can learn in safe environments, so girls can strive for work outside the home, so young people can speak up for their rights. We know that girls are the most marginalised by poverty, and for too long have been held back from reaching their full potential. This is why we work with all children to solve poverty but especially girls.
We have a long history, but our approach is new. We’re secular, and we view the children, families and local communities we work with as our partners and our equals.
Possibility. Opportunity. Equality. Partnership. Love. Humanity. This is what we stand for.
Stand with us. Stand for equality.
How to apply
To be considered for the role, applicants must attach both, an updated CV and a cover letter (no more than 2-3 pages) clearly stating how their skills and experience meet each of the selection criteria, which is listed on the Position Description, available from our website www.plan.org.au
Applications must arrive before Monday 29 November 2021.
Plan International Australia is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to strengthening and fostering inclusion, equity and diversity as part of its workplace culture. We strongly encourage people from a diverse range of genders, cultures, abilities and experiences to apply for this role.
Plan International believes that in a world where children face so many threats of harm, it is our duty to ensure that we, as an organisation, do everything we can to keep children safe. This means that we have particular responsibilities to children that we come into contact with and we must not contribute in any way to harming or placing children at risk.
As part of the screening process, candidates will be required to complete a satisfactory National police Check, sign our Safeguarding Children and Young People policy and code of conduct, and where necessary complete a Working with Children Check.
Join Plan International Australia and help create justice for children and equality for girls.
About the organisation
How to apply
Please quote in application: Policy & Advocacy Manager via Pro Bono Australia.