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AIJAC is hiring in Sydney, Melbourne

Nov 29, 2018

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The Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC), the premier public affairs organisation for the Australian Jewish community, has full and part-time employment opportunities in our Sydney and Melbourne offices:

 

Policy Analyst, Administration/Clerical – Sydney

The positions available variously involve research, journalistic and policy analysis skills and also clerical/administrative work.

If you are interested in working to raise the level of knowledge of issues of vital importance to the Jewish community, this is an opportunity to do so.

Salaries, to be negotiated, will be commensurate with your skills and experience. All Jewish holidays are provided.

Applications should be addressed to The Director, AIJAC; and emailed to: jjones@aijac.org.au.

For all enquiries, please call (02) 9360 5415

 

Policy Analyst – Melbourne

Seeking a dedicated individual with experience in policy analysis and/or print journalism who will have a broad range of research, journalistic and investigative responsibilities, including playing a role in the production of our magazine, Australia/Israel Review. 

The position, initially for one year, will include responsibility for research, feature articles for publication, and requires excellent written communication skills, a relevant tertiary qualification or extensive experience.

Salary Range: An attractive package will be negotiated with the successful applicant, commensurate with experience, and including superannuation and all Jewish holidays.

Applications should be addressed to The Executive Director, AIJAC; and emailed to: admin-aijac@aijac.org.au

For all enquiries, please call (03) 9681 6660

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