Careers at ACCR

Join the ACCR team.

Current available positions

Director of Human Rights

The Director of Human Rights will lead ACCR’s work to minimise the adverse human rights impacts of Australian-listed corporations. In conjunction with the Executive Director, the role will develop a cohesive strategy for the ACCR human rights work stream and resourcing plan for next 3 years. The role will also undertake advocacy with ASX-listed companies and companies with significant adverse impacts in Australia, and their investors, on human rights issues and international business and human rights frameworks.

See details and apply for the Director of Human Rights position at talentnation.com.au

Lead Analyst (Global)

We’re looking for a seasoned analyst with experience in company and investment research, and a desire to make a difference in the global fight to reduce greenhouse gas emissions worldwide.

See details and apply for the Lead Analyist (Global) position at talentnation.com.au

Climate Team Lead (Australia)

Reporting to the Director of Climate and Environment, the newly created role of Climate Team Lead will oversee the Australian climate team’s work and drive engagement with Australian-listed corporations.

See details and apply for the Climate Team Lead position at talentnation.com.au

Finance Manager

We're looking for a Finance Manager to ensure ACCR’s compliance with legal and donors’ financial obligations, institute excellent accounting standards relevant to an Australian non-profit organisation, develop organisation-wide and program-specific budgets, track and monitor expenditure, follow and initiate improved systems for all finance-related aspects of ACCR, and be an integral member of ACCR’s Operations team.

See details and apply for the Finance Manager position at ethicaljobs.com.au

Join our casuals roster

ACCR has occasional need for staff on a casual basis to undertake ad hoc research projects, data analysis, and/or assist with strategic planning, stakeholder engagement, or operational development. These roles usually involve 5-15 hours/week for a few months, sometimes longer.

They are likely to be suitable to people who have completed or are undertaking university degrees with strong research and analysis components, and who have high attention to detail, good written English skills, curiosity and a commitment to ACCR's mission. Expertise in one of ACCR's core thematic areas of work would be an asset but is not required.

To express interest, please email your CV and a short cover letter to office@accr.org.au, explaining why you are interested, what skills and experience you have which may be relevant, and what your availability is likely to be (hours per week, duration). We will share opportunities with you that may be a good fit.

Remote working is possible; however, applicants must reside in Australia with existing work authorisation.