SNAICC is seeking a Senior Policy Advisor to support the organisation’s policy outcomes by enhancing the research and policy development capacity of SNAICC.
The successful applicant will provide high-level evidence informed policy analysis of issues relating to SNAICC’s objectives and the rights and needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and children.
The SNAICC Senior Policy Adviser will research and draft high quality position papers, research reports, briefings, submissions, fact sheets and media releases spanning the early childhood development, child and family welfare, and child rights fields.
Applications are required by close of business on 4 February 2016, and should be submitted via email to email@example.com.
To learn more about the role please download the position description.