24 April 2015 | General Interest
SNAICC is looking to fill two new positions in its communications team, with applications now open for the roles of Communications Coordinator and Communications Officer.
The Communications Coordinator is a pivotal role within SNAICC, responsible for driving sector engagement through the delivery of communications and marketing strategies, organisational membership, and branding and awareness outcomes, thereby advancing the needs, rights and aspirations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families.
This position drives the development and implementation of the SNAICC communications, branding and membership strategies. The Communications Coordinator leads SNAICC media engagement and the development of SNAICC communications tools and materials.
For further information regarding the role download the Communications Coordinator position description.
The SNAICC Communications Officer will implement SNAICC’s communications tools to ensure high-quality, accessible and relevant information and materials is provided to SNAICC membership and key stakeholders.
The SNAICC Communications Officer is responsible for the implementation of SNAICC’s communications and media strategy, which includes design, development and coordination of publications, newsletters, e-bulletins, website, media and social media content.
Download the Communications Officer position description for further information.
Successful applicants will work from the SNAICC head office, which is located in Melbourne. SNAICC staff are awarded a series of benefits, including generous salary packaging.
SNAICC encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply. SNAICC provides access to formal training and professional development.
Applications for both positions close at 5.00pm on 7 May 2015.