Campaign Manager (multiple roles)

Closing Date

Sunday, August,14 2022 - 11:59 pm

About this role

With a small change in the vote, the Greens could win new lower house seats at this election to join our three existing lower house MPs. We’re looking for several campaign manager(s) to each build and lead an electorate campaign team for the 2022 State Election campaign. You’ll be working closely with our local candidate and a team of staff and volunteers to execute our campaign strategy across advertising, communications and field campaigning.

Job status

Multiple roles 0.6-1.0 FTE, fixed term contract, with frequent evening and weekend work required

Starting salary

Professional Staff Level 3 - Professional Staff Level 2 ($67,881 - $74,670) plus 10.5% super, depending on experience and qualifications.


Our office is located at 1/45 William St, Melbourne, but these roles will involve a significant amount of remote working, with frequent events across the relevant electorate (located in the inner suburbs of Melbourne).  

Position begins

September 2022

Position ends

December 10th, 2022, two weeks after the State Election 

Applications close

11:59pm, Sunday 14 Aug 2022, applications may be considered on a rolling basis

About the Victorian Greens

By retaining our Greens MPs and expanding our parliamentary team by winning additional lower house seats, the Greens could be in balance of power. In this position we can push the next government to go further and faster on the climate crisis, create an integrity commission with teeth and ensure everyone has an affordable home of their own.

Over the course of the last four decades the Greens have become the third force in Australian politics, with members elected to represent their communities at every level of government. We are a grassroots party that relies on the support of thousands of members and volunteers from across the state. 

The Greens are much more than an environmental party. The Greens are also working in many other areas to champion integrity, decency and fairness. As well as representing constituents, the Greens speak on behalf of those who wouldn’t otherwise get much of a say inside parliament: children, refugees, students, individuals and families living in poverty and, of course, our natural environment.

We’re currently preparing for the 2022 State election which will be held on Saturday November 26, 2022. 


 You will be responsible for:

  • Project management of the electorate campaign: develop the strategy to win and build the high-performing team to help execute it. You’ll be responsible for project managing the delivery of key campaign tactics, budget management and ensuring we’re tracking for success. 
  • Internal communication and team management: you’ll be responsible for managing communication and successful working relationships with team members and other key internal stakeholders, and may manage other campaign staff. 
  • Advise and assist the candidate: on campaign strategy developments, campaign activities, rapid response opportunities and the campaigns performance against its goals.
  • Advertising coordination: you’ll be responsible for managing the delivery of the advertising strategy across outdoor, digital and mail.
  • Communications: lead campaign communications across email, social media and print.
  • Field integration: you’ll work with a local field organiser to ensure voter contact activities are integrated with, and supported by, the wider campaign strategy.
  • Donor engagement and fundraising: you’ll make sure the campaign is on track to meet its fundraising goals and manage the relationships of key campaign donors.

Selection criteria

We encourage you to apply even if you don’t have all of the relevant skills. We’re looking for someone organised and thorough and with passion for our movement, which we prioritise over formal education or qualifications. 

We’re committed to diversity and supporting the right person to grow into this role and thrive. For a confidential conversation about this role or the recruitment process, please contact Martin Shield at

Key selection criteria

  1. Commitment to the Greens’ charter and policies 
  2. Strong rapport-building and relationship skills. You can quickly build and maintain relationships of trust. 
  3. Outstanding organisational skills, experience in managing people and logistics to tight deadlines -  you thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment.
  4. Strategic thinking skills, you can identify the tactics required to meet a goal and adapt them to changing circumstances. 
  5. A proven interest and understanding of the Australian political landscape and election campaigning. 
  6. Experience working in campaigns, both online and offline. 
  7. Exceptional communication skills, being able to craft persuasive written copy and to deliver an effective message verbally. 
  8. Experience with donor engagement and delivering fundraising campaigns. 
  9. Experience leading a team and getting the best from its members.
  10. Outcomes driven. We’re looking for someone with experience in getting results and meeting goals, and who thrives when working towards big targets. 

Bonus points for

  • Working with volunteers: Experience in a volunteer- or member-led organisation

How to apply

Expressions of interest will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

[CLICK HERE] to lodge your expression of interest and upload a CV. You will need to be signed into a Google account to apply for this role. Enquiries about the role should be directed to We do not require a cover letter or additional selection criteria response from applicants. Applications that are not through the above form will not be considered. 

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