Closes: 30 November
The Community Manager will be responsible for:
- Maintaining relationships with former UN Youth volunteers;
- Compiling contacts to build the UN Youth alumni community;
- Engaging with UN Youth Alumni to retain institutional knowledge;
- Working with state and territory divisions, and National Council convenors; to plan alumni events nationally and online;
- Implementing an alumni organisational strategy;
Additionally, the Community Manager is expected to demonstrate the following core competencies:
- Work collaboratively in a team environment;
- Demonstrated relationship management skills;
- Proven leadership and initiative;
- Ability to support and execute strategic direction;
- Communicate effectively and with clarity;
What is the time commitment of the role?
Flexible! 2-3 hours per week.
Oversight and accountability
The Managers will be overseen by the Chief Development Officer.
The position will be appointed by UN Youth Australia’s National Executive. The successful candidate will be appointed on a 6 month term.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications should be submitted HERE.
Your application should include:
- Your relevant experience, up to 1 A4 page;
- Your vision for the role, up to 1 A4 page;
As well as:
- Your best contact email and phone number;
- Your age;
- The state or territory you currently live in.
UN YOUTH AUSTRALIA OVERVIEW
UN Youth Australia is a not-for-profit, youth-led organisation that aims to build the people’s movement for the United Nations through the education and empowerment of young Australians. We seek to provide young Australians with a global education, including knowledge of the social and political problems confronting the world and the skills needed to address them.
We run a large range of international, national and local programs designed to provide this empowerment through education, with a focus on students aged 15 to 19. Within Australia, we organise State/Territory and National Conferences, Evatt (a national Model UN competition), and Voice (a junior public speaking competition). Internationally, we coordinate educational tours of Europe, the United States, the Middle East, East Timor, and New Zealand for secondary school students. We also work directly with the Australian Government to promote youth empowerment. In collaboration with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, we nominate an Australian Youth Representative to the United Nations General Assembly.