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1. Who is the Racial Justice Centre RJC is a not-for-profit founded by lawyers with lived experiences. RJC’s purpose is to eliminate racism and racial injustice, using the legal system, education and reform. It is fighting for a world where all people can live, thrive and enjoy life without racism. You can find out more about us on our racialjustice.au website. 2. Duties Reporting to the Grants and Fundraising Manager, this role’s duties include, but are not limited to: • Researching and identifying funding opportunities that align with our organisation's mission, values, and strategic goals • Preparing legal briefs for Counsel • Conducting client interviews, taking statements from clients and witnesses, and preparing affidavits • Liaising with legal professionals, including solicitors and barristers

3. Attributes The ideal candidate must: • Have experience in funding submission development and a proven track record in successfully generating funding • Well-developed understanding of funder motivation and behaviour • Be able to commit to 3 hours per week • Have excellent written and verbal communication skills • Be highly independent and proactive • Have a genuine passion for racial justice and racial equality. 4. Benefits of volunteering with the RJC Holding a role in this team brings with it many benefits and development opportunities, including: • Being part of the first Australian Community Legal Service working on racial equity • Building out your legal expertise in the space of racial discrimination • Strengthening your teamwork and communication skills • Developing strategic thinking • Developing and implementing innovative and effective multi-channel communications • Honing skills leadership and management • Practical work experience to strengthen your CV, and • A chance to increase your community advocacy and social interaction.