PUBLISHED17 May 2022
Documentary Australia is Hiring
We are looking for three new people to join our team and help us share stories for impact. Want to help us make social change happen?
As the organisation continues to grow, we need three new team members that will help us support independent filmmakers and their unique stories.
At Documentary Australia, we place documentary stories at the heart of social impact campaigns, surrounding films with a coalition of partners to engage broad audiences in social change initiatives.
Check out the three opportunities below and if you are interested, download the full job description and apply today!
Applications close: 31st May 2022
If you have any questions about the position below or want to express your interest, please message [email protected]
Partnerships and Evaluation Coordinator
The Partnerships and Evaluation Coordinator will work closely with the Partnerships and Development Director and Evaluation Director to coordinate fundraising initiatives, implement evaluation activities and provide organisational support.
We are looking for someone with a high attention to detail and strong administrative skills to coordinate fundraising and partnership development activities for the organisation. Additionally, you will support the organisation and film projects with their evaluation activities.
The Impact Manager is responsible for supporting and implementing the Impact and Evaluation Program, in collaboration with the Impact Director and the Evaluation Director. This includes developing, implementing and evaluating impact strategies across films, in line with our organizational and program goals. This role also provides wider organizational support through training and management of junior impact producers, external comms and events around Documentary Australia’s impact program and providing support for the Impact Director, Evaluation Director and CEO.
This role would suit someone with a campaigning, policy or advocacy background, with a wide general knowledge and skillset. Fundraising experience is preferred. Previous experience in film or documentary is not required.
Impact Director (Parental Leave Position)
The Impact Director is responsible for the organisational impact of Documentary Australia, working closely with the CEO and Evaluation Director to develop and deliver high level organisational and impact strategies, programs and relationships with key stakeholders.
This role is suited to someone with high level strategic experience across a range of different issue areas, who has experience developing long term partnerships with philanthropic, NGO and advocacy stakeholders and experience managing complex projects.