Seed State and Regional Coordinator Application
We are currently looking for young blackfullas to join our team of passionate and committed volunteers who lead the Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network.

Applications for vacant Seed State and Regional Coordinators positions are open and will be assessed on a rolling basis.

TITLE: Seed State and Regional Coordinators
LOCATIONS: Seed is a national grassroots network coordinated through regional groups across the country. Regions work together to implement our campaigns and reach young mob right across the country. We currently have Coordinator positions vacant in the following locations:
Queensland: South East Queensland, Central Queensland & North Queensland
Torres Strait Islands: (Location Negotiable)
New South Wales: Sydney, South/Central/North Coast
Australian Capital Territory: Canberra
South Australia: Adelaide (Location Negotiable)
Western Australia: Perth (Location Negotiable)
Northern Territory: Central & Darwin
Tasmania: Northern Region (Location Negotiable)
RESPONSIBLE TO: Your state mentor (one of our Seed staff)
TIME COMMITMENT: 1-3 Days per week (negotiable)
SALARY: This is a volunteer role. Reimbursement is available for associated expenses like phone and all travel costs are covered by Seed.

Apply online by filling out the form below and email your resume to

If you would like to discuss the role further please email the Seed Grassroots Organiser, Nicole Hutton, on

Name *
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Email *
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Phone *
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Date of birth *
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Which state do you currently live in? *
Town/city *
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How do you identify? *
What is your preferred gender pronoun? *
eg. she/her, he/him, they/them etc
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Describe your involvement with Seed to date: *
Prior involvement is ideal but not a requirement.
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Please outline in 250 words or less, why you would like to apply for the Seed Coordinator role in your state/region as well as any relevant experience and personal skills that would make you a good candidate. *
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Are there any barriers that would prevent you from being able to commit 6-12 volunteer hours per week in this role? *
For example university or school, work, access to transport/travel or other restraints that we should be aware of.
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Why do you think it's important for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people to be supported to have the skills, networks and platforms to lead social change in their communities on the issue of climate change? *
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Is there anything else you would like us to know?
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