The ALP National Secretariat is seeking expressions of interest for an exciting new role in our target seats unit.
Position Description: National Training Organiser
The National Organiser (training) will form part of the team that develops Labor’s Target Seats strategy for the next federal election and works with Labor MPs and Senators to support continuous campaigning and training efforts.
The National Organiser (training) will work with key stakeholders, including ALP State Branches to develop and co-ordinate a national training program, and produce and update associated training material. This role will work to bring together all elements of campaigning; including field, data and digital amongst others.
Building strong relationships across the ALP is critical to this role – with a specific focus on working with ALP State Branches to build capacity and expertise across the country.
Reporting to the Assistant National Secretary, The National Training Organiser will take operational responsibility for;
As part of the ALP National Secretariat, the National Training Organiser will be required to assist with other associated duties as part of their role with a greater focus on organising in the lead up to the next election
About the role
This is a full-time appointment based in Canberra.
The position is part of the Target Seats Unit and reports to the Assistant National Secretary.
The position will be filled at Level 2 of the Projects/Operational classification ($102,937 – 151,381 + 12% superannuation) as set out in the ALP National Secretariat Terms and Conditions of Employment. Remuneration will be discussed with suitable applicants.
The ALP is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Applications close 2 December 2022. To apply, please submit your CV and a one-page cover letter via email to email@example.com.