Last Updated on 29/03/2023 by National Justice Project
We’re on the look out for a Project Support Volunteer to help us create change through our flagship projects!
Our Project Support Volunteer will be helping the Projects & Partnerships team with the following.
- Undertake research and analysis in assigned project area and contribute to the preparation of
project documents including briefs, papers, submissions or reports
- Review policy or social impact statements or similar for specific project area
- Assist the project team to complete tasks and implement project plans to ensure agreed
outcomes are achieved
- Update and collate documentation and records regarding relevant issues, policies and practices
to ensure the delivery of projects complies with agreed project management methodology.
See below some the projects our volunteer would be working on with NJP Projects & Partnerships team.
- NJP Position Statements: https://justice.org.au/what-we-do/#advocacy
- Call It Out: www.callitout.com.au
- Aboriginal Patient Advocacy Training Program: https://www.hconc.org.au/what-we-do/aboriginal-advocacy-program/aboriginal-patient-advocacy-training/
- Partnership for Justice in Health: www.p4jh.org.au
- Tech4Justice: www.tech4justice.org.au
- Know Your Rights: https://justice.org.au/know-your-rights/
- Law Hack 2021: https://justice.org.au/law-hack-2021-disability-justice-14-22-october/ (to be updated for 2023 shortly).
We would be pleased if the volunteer attends the National Justice Project a minimum of one day a week (two days is desirable) for a period of 6 months. Day/s of work are flexible, as decided between the volunteer and the National Justice Project, Project & Partnerships Manager, with volunteering commencing in March/April 2023. Ideally, you will be able to work at the Sydney office one day per week, though we are open to this being flexible for the right candidate.