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About the Role

In this role, you’ll be building a community of people who’ve been hurt by Australia’s gambling industry, empowering them to be ‘Champions of Change’. The program is an innovative, impactful and essential part of the Alliance campaign for gambling reform.

After successfully launching the program in South Australia and Victoria, you’ll be focused on rolling out the program in NSW. It’s a great opportunity to make a real difference in the movement to prevent harm from gambling. 

In this role, you’ll be working with a team that has excellent skills in advocacy, media, communication, organising and policy. 

If you’ve got experience in community development, public health promotion, community organising, or gambling counselling and are passionate about social change, make an application. 

About the Alliance for Gambling Reform

The Alliance campaigns for law reform to prevent the $24billion a year gambling industry from causing tremendous damage to people and communities. We’re a young, agile, national organisation that’s already making a huge impact with 66 organisations and thousands of individual supporters. 

We roll out campaign actions that align with our strategy, and that range from online campaigns, local opposition to new pokie pubs and clubs, through to supporting a landmark court case against Crown Casino and backing Coles to adopt our policy of capping bets to $1 a spin. 

We’re at and 

Position Title: Champions for Change Community Builder 

Job Type: 3 days per week, 12-month contract

Remuneration: $39,000 plus superannuation ($65,000 FTE) 

Location: Sydney and surrounding areas. Some travel is required.

Supervisor/Manager: Executive Director

Main Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Coordination of the Champions for Change program 
  • Recruitment of participants to the program
  • Work with other staff to deliver the training and embed learning 
  • Develop systems to ensure participants are supported by the Alliance and each other
  • Organisation of events and logistics as required by the program
  • Working with the Alliance staff and board to deliver the program

Skills and Experience


  • Experience in community development, organising, or public health promotion 
  • Organised, motivated and passionate about social change
  • Excellent communication and relationship building skills
  • Initiative and problem solving 


  • Lived experience of gambling harm, personally or in a family member
  • Experience in community organising or community development programs
  • Experience working with people who have lived experience of a public health issue 
  • Development or delivery of adult education 
  • Knowledge of gambling, its impacts, regulation and political context
  • Office software like word, google docs, Dropbox and video conferencing such as Skype and Zoom

If you have any questions about the role or the program, do get in touch. A program plan is available on request.

To apply for this role, please immediately forward a brief CV (no more than two pages) and a compelling, concise cover letter addressing the selection criteria to [email protected]

Applications close: 11.00pm, 24 June 2018.

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