We have a new and bold strategic direction and are seeking creative, strategic and dynamic people to join the CFI team in new positions.
Who we are
For over ten years Collaboration for Impact (CFI) has been working towards a vision for an equitable and inclusive society where people, place and planet thrive.
Our underpinning belief is that for society to be more equitable, then how we create our future society needs to be equitable. This means we focus on making the rules, mindsets and practices for how we create social change more equitable, collaborative and systemic.
We are a non-government organisation working in partnership with communities and other networks across the country to:
Partner with collaborations seeking to transform systems to strengthen, learn and demonstrate what is possible.
Catalyse and support platforms for connection, learning and collective action across community to wider system interventions.
Influence and help leaders, organisations and networks learn to work systemically on issues of national importance.
The areas we focus on with our partners and networks include just energy transitions and climate justice; reconciliation and self-determination; and, community-led systems change.
We acknowledge the resilience, knowledge, wisdom and teachings of the oldest living culture on our planet and pay our respect to all First Nations Elders past, present and emerging. In all our relationships and work together, we believe in and strengthen deep collaboration between First Nations and other Australians.
About our team
We are a national team with team members based all over Australia and we regularly travel to work with communities, as well as regional and national level collaborations.
Our employment conditions require and enable:
Remote working from home –with regular face to face team meetings.
CFI is a bring your own device (BYOD) employer with a salary packages allowance to support this.
Annual and ongoing professional development through regular peer learning, a commitment to embedding reflective learning in all our work, plus an individual annual budget for professional learning.
The principles that guide all we do are:
Our commitment to diversity and inclusion
CFI values diversity and encourages applications from candidates of all backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, people of all ages, and people who identify as LGBTQIA+. We welcome the skills, experiences and perspectives of all people to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities we work with and live in.
How to apply for roles with CFI
All applications for CFI roles will be reviewed progressively, so please apply ASAP. Contact information is provided specific to each role in the Job Ad.