Welcome to the ACCAN employment page.

The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network, ACCAN, a not-for-profit organisation, maintains an accessible work environment and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, persons with disabilities and people from culturally, linguistically and religiously diverse backgrounds.

ACCAN is Australia’s peak body representing the interests of all consumers in communications issues. ACCAN is an important and independent consumer voice promoting the accessibility, quality of service, affordability and availability of communications services for all Australian consumers with particular concern for vulnerable consumers whose needs are underrepresented.

  • High profile consumer body
  • Communications industry
  • Diverse, interesting role working in vibrant NGO
  • Supportive work environment
  • ACCAN has a flexible work-from-home policy and Sydney CBD location with easy access to public transport

Australia’s peak communications consumer body is seeking an experienced and highly motivated disability policy officer.

  • Communications industry
  • Supportive work environment
  • Remote “home office” work environment
  • Full time permanent position
  • You will undertake policy work to ensure consumer communications issues are advanced. Your knowledge of communications, in particular accessibility issues, as well as excellent analytical and stakeholder liaison skills will be the key to your success in this role. Your capacity for strategic issues management will ensure that ACCAN is dynamic and responsive to emerging issues. You are committed to disability rights and have a passion for social justice and fair markets.

The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) is a not-for-profit organisation and Australia’s peak body representing the interests of all consumers in communications issues. ACCAN is an important voice promoting accessible, affordable and available communications services that enhance the lives of consumers.

You should have relevant tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in a disability-related policy role.