The University of Melbourne Graduate Student Association (GSA) is the independent representative organisation for all graduate coursework and research students at the University of Melbourne. GSA is led by an elected Council of 15 graduate students, and on behalf of over 30,000 constituents represents graduate student interests to the University and wider community, provides facilities and services, delivers events and activities to promote graduate student community and academic excellence, and supports over 149 affiliated graduate student groups.
As the largest dedicated postgraduate association in Australia, GSA’s vision is for cohesive communities that actively empower graduate students to achieve meaningful holistic outcomes and experiences. Our mission is to enable and build these communities through proactive, responsible representation and advocacy; purposeful, impactful services and support; and strong partnerships with the University of Melbourne and relevant stakeholders and agencies.
Project Officer – Strategic Campaign Coordinator
A full-time 6-month fixed term opportunity exists for an experienced Project Officer – Strategic Campaign Coordinator professional to join the University of Melbourne Graduate Student Association (GSA).
The Project Officer – Strategic Campaign Coordinator will work with the policy & advocacy team and develop the strategic campaign coordination work of GSA, aligning with the strategic and operational plan.
Please see the attached position description for more details.
Applications (including CV, Cover Letter, and a response to the Key Selection Criteria) can be sent directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are due by 5pm on 20 May 2021. Please include the title of the role in the email subject.
Any enquiries can be directed to Natasha Abrahams on 03 9035 8623 (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm only)
GSA is committed to diversity and inclusion across our organisation, and welcome applications from all qualified candidates regardless of their age, ethnicity, cultural background, gender or sexual orientation, religious affiliation or ability.