Campaigner

  • ActionStation
  • Hybrid (You can be based anywhere in Aotearoa, working from home and/or from our offices in Wellington or Auckland.)
  • Jun 06, 2024
Full-Time Advocacy/Lobbying

Job Description

Are you passionate about social change? Do you love enabling others to succeed?

We are looking for an experienced campaigner or organiser to collaborate with various communities and organisations to lead, support, co-design and co-deliver effective campaigns that build our people-powered movements and win. 

This is a permanent role which requires the ability to ‘hit the ground running’.

What are the core responsibilities?

  • Working on campaigns that create a fair and flourishing Aotearoa, with a focus on universal dental care
  • Collaborating with others to develop effective campaign strategies
  • Facilitating coalitions and collaborations to create change
  • Organising kickass campaign actions and logistics

The skills and strengths we are looking for 

  • A passion for social and economic justice
  • Experience in campaigning and/or community or workplace organising
  • Determination to build up people power for progressive change
  • The confidence to get people working together for a shared goal
  • Excellent skills in nurturing high trust working relationships with people of all backgrounds
  • A willingness to take risks, fail, learn and adapt
  • The wisdom to know when to step forward, and when to step back
  • Comfortable working with tech
  • An awareness of the political landscape in Aotearoa, and where we can think outside the box and push the envelope for change

Please email nikky@actionstation.org.nz if you would like to see the job description.

Who are we?

ActionStation started in 2014 as a crowd-sourced, independent, community campaigning organisation. We have led, collaborated and supported countless campaigns pushing for Te Tiriti justice, economic justice, social justice, racial justice and more. 

If you would like to know more about what we stand for, check out our crowd-sourced vision: Te Ira Tāngata: A People’s Agenda for Aotearoa and our 2022 annual report to discover what we have achieved so far. 

We welcome and value the contributions that individuals who identify as members of marginalised communities bring to our organisation, and encourage Māori, young people, women, people of colour, parents, people identifying as LGBTQIA+ or takatāpui, and people with disabilities to apply. We recognise that this list is neither exhaustive nor representative of the intersectionality present within each person and community. 

Why us? 

Here at ActionStation, our day to day work is about enabling people-powered progressive change. A lot of our funding comes from small donations, so we know that we can’t compete with bigger organisations or private companies when it comes to salaries. Here’s what we can offer instead:

  • A values based workplace that is always striving to treat its staff with genuine respect, care and reciprocity
  • An equitable pay structure 
  • Flexibility of hours during the day which can work with childcare and whānau responsibilities
  • Remote working options; you can choose whether to work from home or at the office as it makes sense for you
  • A range of additional benefits, including unlimited wellbeing leave and a wellness allowance of $100/month starting on day one

Organisation

ActionStation

Job Summary

Are you passionate about social change? Do you love enabling others to succeed? Use your experience in campaigning or organising to lead, support, co-design and co-deliver effective campaigns that build our people-powered movements and win.

Salary

$69,000 - $73,000/year (based on experience)

How to apply

Please send a CV and cover letter to nikky@actionstation.org.nz with the subject line “Application: Campaigner” by 12noon on Thursday 27 June. Please send these as PDF documents with your first and last names in the file name.

Sector

Not for Profit

Cause (Sustainable Development Goals)

No Poverty, Good Health and Wellbeing, Decent Work and Economic Worth, Reduced Inequalities