Employer: Queensland Conservation Council
Closing Date: 15 December 2019
Lead an exciting new community campaign to accelerate Queensland’s transition to renewable energy and cut climate pollution.
The Climate and Energy Campaigner will lead the Queensland Conservation Council’s new campaign to accelerate Queensland’s transition away from polluting coal and gas power to 100% clean renewable energy. This will be a state-level campaign with a clear set of goals and objectives, to reduce climate pollution from Queensland’s electricity sector, in line with the latest climate science.
The Climate and Energy Campaigner will report to the Director, work closely with the staff team and QCC’s member groups and allies. Some travel will be required within Queensland and interstate. Your major areas of responsibility will be:
- Develop campaign strategy
- Mobilise supporters
- Implement campaign tactics
- Work cooperatively with campaign partners
- Raise the profile of the campaign
- Persuade decision makers
- Project management & fundraising
We are looking for someone who is passionate about tackling climate change and has at least 2-3 years of experience in an advocacy or community campaigning role. Knowledge of climate and energy issues in Queensland is preferred, but not essential. This will be an exciting and challenging role that could have a big impact on the future of renewable energy in Queensland and deliver significant cuts in climate pollution. It provides the opportunity to shape the direction of the campaign from the start and extend your skills in new directions.
The full selection criteria and more information about the role can be found in the position description, which can be downloaded below. Applicants who meet some, but not all, of the selection criteria are still encouraged to apply.
A bit about us
Queensland Conservation Council (QCC) is the state’s peak non-government environment organisation, established in 1969. QCC works across nature conservation and climate change issues with a focus on delivering change at the state-wide level. We achieve our goals by advocating with government, engaging with the community and raising awareness through the media and digital communications.
We have a membership of almost 60 environment groups throughout Queensland, who we consult and coordinate with. QCC is governed by an Executive Committee elected by our members. The QCC Director manages a small, dedicated staff team supported by enthusiastic volunteers.
How to apply for this role:
QCC aims to be as diverse as the country we are trying to protect and is an equal opportunity employer. To apply, please email your application to [email protected], using the subject line: Climate campaigner application
Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis, please apply as soon as possible and suitable applicants will be invited to a job interview in person or via video-link.
Applications must include:
- A letter addressing the selection criteria (3 pages or less)
- A copy of your curriculum vitae, including contact details for two referees.
For more information about QCC, visit our website: www.qldconservation.org.au.
To discuss the position please call Louise Matthiesson, QCC Director ph 0406 041 428