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Hospo Voice is seeking a dynamic and highly motivated Digital Organiser to join our team and help us expand nationally.

Candidates with a proven record in digital organising, and experience planning and executing data-driven digital strategies, will be highly regarded.

This position exists within an Innovation unit of the United Workers Union. Successful candidates will be driven individuals who are inquisitive, are systems thinkers, demonstrate a change mindset and are lifelong learners.

The position will be based in our office in Glebe.



Hospo Voice is Australia’s first digital union and was launched in 2018.

Hospo Voice is built around a new union model that combines cutting edge digital tools, like & Mobilise, and hard-hitting digital campaigns, to empower workers to win back stolen wages and to fight for secure jobs and safe, respectful workplaces.

Hospo Voice was trialled initially in Victoria and is now expanding nationally. It is a project of the United Workers Union.



United Workers’ Union is a powerful member-led union whose sole purpose is to serve the collective interests of members in workplaces and communities by winning significant and long-lasting gains.

The Union is driving change by growing union membership, developing leadership amongst our members, encouraging active member participation in the union, building and enforcing standards in our sectors, and campaigning both politically and in the community.

As a union with a proudly diverse membership, we are committed to equity and inclusion; and continuing to build a union that is truly representative of the workers we cover. We strive to ensure that every member’s voice can be heard and create opportunities for participation from members with diverse backgrounds in all activities/functions of the Union. We encourage applications from people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds and people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

The United Workers Union is proudly affiliated with the Australian Labor Party.



For our members to win change we need to grow big, and we need to build an active, engaged membership which sees real, ongoing value in their Union. You’ll develop and execute end-to-end digital organising strategies to extend the reach of the Union and unlock the collective power of workers. You will:

  • Analyse data to assess results and help us understand more about our members and potential members
  • Develop implement and track supporter journeys through all stages of a membership lifecycle (trial, onboarding, activism)
  • Train and support leaders to grow and activate online communities;
  • Support members and leaders to take action;
  • Create visual and written content, and moderate social accounts;
  • Review and optimise existing data workflows and campaign processes to drive greater operational efficiency.
  • Learn new digital tools and use them to build worker power
  • Contribute to large scale donation and fundraising strategies


The skills required for this position are:

  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in digital organising in a union or not-for-profit setting;
  • Experience executing digital campaigns using email marketing, petitions & other online action tools, Facebook Business Manager and Google Ads;
  • Outstanding communication, messaging and rapport building skills.
  • Experience in data management, data analytics and an understanding of how it can be used to build power
  • Strong content creation skills (writing, video & graphics)
  • Experience with digital marketing platforms, such as Zapier and Autopilot, and CRMs, such as NationBuilder and HubSpot;
  • An ability to plan work and achieve outcomes independently;
  • Creativity and flair for engaging hospitality workers.
  • Passion and drive to help some of Australia’s most undervalued workers to stand up, unite and win change.


An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful applicant, which will include:

  • Salary commensurate with demonstrated skills and experience (range from $67,000 to $82,000)
  • 16% superannuation
  • 6 weeks annual leave with 25% leave loading


Please submit your resume, together with a cover letter addressing the selection criteria to Julie Korlevska, Deputy Director (People, Culture and Change) to [email protected]



Completed applications must be received by 4pm (AEDT) Friday 14th May 2021.


For further information about the role, please email [email protected].