Full-Time Campaign Manager (Cover for leave of absence)
This is a fixed term role covering a leave of absence taken by the Campaign Manager.
Location: Green Party Wellington office (L1, 17 Garret Street, Wellington)
Reports to: General Manager
Hours: Full-time, 40 hours per week.
Term: Fixed term covering a leave of absence (February 1 2021 until two weeks after the Australian Federal Election)
Salary: $55000 -$75,000
The successful candidate will be responsible for continuing to develop a ‘culture of campaigning’ within the Party during the period with a focus on building capacity for organising and campaigning at a local level across the country. Specifically, this will involve building up campaign infrastructure, skill, volunteer capacity, experience, organisation, and on-line tools to ensure campaign efficacy.
During the period, the Campaign Manager is responsible for:
• Developing plans to deliver issues-based campaigning undertaken by the Party during the period.
• Managing and measuring issues-based campaigning undertaken by the Party during the period.
• Developing a plan to build local campaign capacity during the period, with a particular focus on training and upskilling campaign volunteer leaders and role holders.
• Executing and measure a plan to develop local campaign capacity during the period.
• Organising campaign volunteer recruitment, training and mobilisation.
• Overseeing the implementation and testing of digital campaign tools where needed.
• Supporting local campaign teams’ effective use of resources, key messages and alignment with the Party where needed.
• Assisting with other campaign and Party functions and tasks as required.
To apply, email your CV and cover letter to [email protected] by 5pm on Thursday January 21st.
How to Apply
Email your CV and cover letter to [email protected] by 5pm on Thursday January 21st
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