September 2022

Learning Experience Designer

  • Be part of creating a world-class learning academy for changemakers
  • Have long term social impact 
  • $90-110k plus super (pro rata), 0.8 FTE – 1 year fixed term contract
  • Role can be based anywhere in Australia, flexible working arrangements

The work in this role is based in Australia, so you will need Australian citizenship and/or residency and the appropriate working visa to apply for these roles. This role is completely working from home. The organisation has a bring your own devices policy.

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Collaboration for Impact’s (CFI) vision is for an equitable, inclusive and just society where people, place and planet thrive. We do this by changing how change happens in Australia. For over ten years we have been one of Australia’s leading organisations for supporting people to establish and deepen collaborations for systemic change.

Our Learning Program is designed to help people to develop the skills, thinking and practice needed to work across the complexity of systemic change. We deliver learning opportunities for changemakers in Australia and internationally, and now we are now seeking the right person to work with us to grow and create a world-class learning academy for collaborative systems change.

This is a new and dynamic role that will work with CFI partners, team and subject matter experts from across the world to collaboratively design courses with and for leaders in community, government, services and philanthropy. We welcome applications from people with the depth of experience in learning design and wanting to work with a diverse team and network of partners.

The opportunity

  • Play a key role in the collaborative design of the CFI Learning Program.
  • Lead the design, delivery and evaluation of CFI learning offerings both online and in-person that respond to strategic priorities for public learning.
  • Maintain and update existing courses as well as lead the design of new courses.
  • Be part of a dynamic team working alongside CFI’s Learning Manager, Learning Coordinator, Communications Lead and Practice Leads.

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • A demonstrated passion for and experience in learning design, innovation and trying new approaches to create quality learning environments.
  • A commitment to continuous learning and reflection of your own practice.
  • Alignment and commitment to the CFI vision, mission, values and principal ways of working
  • High self-awareness, including cultural awareness, power literacy and openness to transparent feedback

If this sounds like you – we’d love to hear from you.

How to Apply?

Read the full position description here (same as above).

To apply please include your resume and a cover letter that addresses the four questions below and send it to  In the title of your email please include your name and the title of the position you are applying for.

With your current understanding of the role, tell us what you uniquely bring to this role that others might not. As part of this, please reflect on what your own learning and development needs in the short term might be to take up this role.

  1. Share an example of a time when you have led or supported the design, development and evaluation of a significant learning event/offering that improved the way people were able to perform their roles. Share the purpose, scope, format, your role in relation to others in this project, the steps that were taken in the development of this offering and the outcome.
  2. Provide two examples of what went well and the challenges you faced in this (or another) design, how did you overcome these?
  3. Share how you envision CFI values of equity, justice and inclusion could be reflected in the design, development and delivery of the CFI Learning Program.

If you have specific questions or wish to talk about applying for this role please contact – Rachael Browne, Operations Coordinator at

About working with us

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.

The CFI team live and work in many locations around Australia. We work from home and have a bring your own devices policy and offer flexible working arrangements.

Applications close Monday 3 October (extended) 2022.

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