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Why work with AWO

Work that matters

Our work is at the forefront of the intersections of data, technology, law and policy, and no two projects are the same. You will work with a diverse and exciting array of clients and projects from the private, public, and third sectors.

Collaborative approach

We believe we work best when we work together. As a remote-first organisation, we harness technology to offer opportunities for cross-team collaboration from near and far and encourage team members to learn from each other, including:

  • Regular coffee chats
  • Brown Bags lunches where team members present on current work
  • Quarterly meetups of the entire organisation
  • Robust internal channels to share resources and information across the team

We pride ourselves in having an open culture where team members at any level and within any team can voice their opinions on emerging issues with respect and interest.

Culture and benefits

We have a positive internal culture and we make sure we take care of each other by providing:

  • Generous leave: 25 days of paid annual leave, up to 10 weeks of paid sick leave, plus paid leave for the week between Christmas and New Year’s
  • Family support: an enhanced family leave policy of 18 weeks for birthing parents and 9 weeks for non-birthing parents at full pay, plus additional leave to help manage any last-minute emergencies
  • Equipment: great technology provision, including Apple devices, external screens and a generous work from home allowance to get you set up at home
  • Flexibility: the freedom to structure your work schedule the way that works best for you within your working time, with the option to work from a co-working space or home depending on what helps you work best
  • Fun: virtual social-interest “clubs” where we can relax and get to know each other, plus our annual in-person meetup

Professional growth

The development and growth of our team is crucial to our success. We challenge ourselves to be better, through a culture of feedback and support. You can expect:

  • Regular check-ins and conversations with your line manager with the opportunity to receive feedback in real time
  • A performance development process that is open, honest, and focussed on your success
  • Group training sessions to help sharpen your knowledge and skills, including workshops on effective writing, delivering feedback, and understanding technology
  • The ability to meet your professional and development goals through individual and team training budgets