volunteer opportunities available
There are four MAJOR volunteer positions available. Each is a leadership role which involves developing teams in one of the four areas:
1. Gender Representation in Jewish Communal Leadership and Status of Women
2. Women’s Reproductive Rights
3. Violence against Women
4. Uluru Statement of the Heart (with a focus on the role and effects on women)
Hours: 4 – 7 hours per week
The role is a 12 month position with start date to be negotiated.
For a confidential discussion, please send your CV and cover email to
by 5pm, Sunday 29th November.
ABOUT THE POSITION
|Purpose of the Position:||To plan, coordinate and drive advocacy in one of the four NCJWA pillars above|
|Reporting to:||Advocacy Committee Chair|
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|Liaises with externally:||
|About NCJWA||NCJWA is a Jewish feminist organisation committed to promoting social justice and the rights of women in all aspects of their lives. At a National level we do this through advocacy, education and community building. At a Section level, we promote social justice through education, programs of empowerment and community service. We are concerned to address the oppression of women; to promote women within Judaism and the Jewish community; to empower all women, including Jewish women within the wider Australian community; and to promote the position of women in Israel. We are guided by, and seek to ensure the continuity of, Jewish values – in particular the primacy and inviolability of human life, the obligation of justice (Tzedakah) and the commitment to repair the work (Tikkun Olam).|
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|Scope of Role||
The role will require working closely with the Advocacy Committee Chair and key board members to develop and implement an advocacy campaign to raise awareness and seek positive change on issues pertinent to your chosen NCJWA advocacy pillar.
Together you will build a team to engage with Jewish community stakeholders, relevant not-for profits, and Federal Government departments. The team will undertake research, develop and implement advocacy strategies, and prepare submissions and initiatives.
Some examples of activities include: