NGO Recruitment’s NFP Hiring insights and salary snapshot 2022

Senior Campaign Development Coordinator

Organisation Name The Collieries' Staff and Officials Association (CSOA)
Location Sydney
Date Posted 2023-03-09
Job Type Full-Time
Job Number 1001330
  • Protect workers' rights in Australia's fast changing resources economy
  • Lead industrial campaigns and organising strategies
  • Attractive salary package + 35-hour week + flexible working hours + RDO


The Organisation

The Collieries’ Staff and Officials Association (CSOA) is a union and a division of Professionals Australia representing staff and officials including supervisory, professional, administrative, clerical and technical employees. Members are located across sites within Australia including the Illawarra, Western District, Hunter and Newcastle in New South Wales, Bowen Basin, Surat Basin and Ipswich in Queensland, and in Tasmania and Western Australia. CSOA makes a positive difference in members’ workplaces ensuring workers are remunerated and treated fairly during these times of significant change.

The Role

With the quickly changing needs of members front of mind, you will drive and increase the influence of workers across all site locations. Along with a small skilled team of organisers, you will develop and implement the industrial, legal and organising strategies. The role will ideally be based in Sydney however this may be flexible. Specifically you will:
  • Coordinate workplace campaigns and negotiations
  • Develop campaigns to empower workers
  • Travel across NSW & QLD on a fortnightly basis to conduct key collective bargaining
  • Recruit and grow membership
  • Manage internal and external stakeholder relations
Skills Required

You will have the skills and initiative to lead campaigns, manage staff, and coordinate work with your colleagues to achieve targeted outcomes.  This position would be highly suited to candidates experienced in industrial relations or law who bring a high level of enthusiasm and initiative. You have a demonstrated ability to:
  • Negotiate successful outcomes and drive bargaining agreements
  • Implement legal, industrial campaigns and organising strategies
  • Advocate, negotiate and apply influential leadership skills
  • Offer working knowledge of contemporary employment issues
  • Work collaboratively within a dynamic small knit team
Ideally you are tertiary qualified in law or industrial relations however not essential.

If you want to support the process of a just transition for this national workforce and the creation of decent work and quality jobs in sustaining Australia’s fast changing resources economy then please apply by forwarding your resume, together with a cover letter addressing the skills required above quoting reference #1001330. To discuss this opportunity please contact Gemma Schade on 03 8080 8978.

Please note there is no formal closing date for this role, if you are interested we would encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

Please be advised you can upload two attachments, including your resume and covering letter when submitting your application.