About Us Kaplan Australia is one of the world™s leading providers of lifelong education, helping over one million students around the globe achieve their educational and career goals each year. While we provide a broad array of educational offerings through our programs, our commitment to providing unrivalled quality and great learning outcomes is consistent in each of our businesses. About the Role Kaplan Professional Education is a leading national provider of professional education and training for the financial services industry. We offer registration and compliance courses, vocational and Higher Education programs, continuing professional development (CPD) options as well as customised corporate solutions. The Production Assistant is responsible for coordinating with the CPD editorial team to deliver video and other multimedia products suitable for Kaplan Professional clients. This successful candidate will be primarily responsible for Coordinating the production of all multimedia content. Coordinating and liaising with external production companies, film crews and interviewees. Writing and editing scripts for video production including selecting appropriate stock footage. Assisting with video editing and post-production to ensure delivery deadlines are met. About You To succeed in the role, you™ll be results-driven, highly motivated and enjoy thinking outside the square. In addition the successful candidate will have Essential Experience in video production. Experience in the design components of post-production video. Visual and graphic design skills. Degree, Diploma or cadetship in relevant field. Proven abilities in the production of multimedia content including info graphics. Project management skills. High level verbal and written communication skills. Professionalism when consulting with external production contractors and industry interviewees. Desirable Experience working in financial services. Knowledge of HTML. Ability to story-board. Ability to use multiple authoring tools e.g. Scorm, Articulate, Lectora. Experience with a Learning Management System. It is a requirement of all Kaplan employees to complete a National Police Check and hold a valid Working with Children Check in your relevant state. All costs will be covered by the employer. Our passion is helping students reach their goals through quality education. Joining our team, you™ll thrive in a rewarding work environment that is customer-focused, dynamic and innovative in spirit. If you share the same passion, please forward your cover letter and resume. For questions please contact us at careerskaplan.edu.au Applications close on the 31st of August 2018.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Catalogue Distributors -DUNDOG About the business Salmat is Australias leading catalogue Distribution company, contracting in excess of 11,000 Distributors across the country. This is an opportunity to join our NSW network as a contracted distributor - filling a vital link between Salmats clients and their customers. About the Role Catalogues collected from your Area Representatives home Collated catalogues into letterbox bundles Deliver within your local area using Smartphone App - Salmathub Get paid weekly Benefits and perks Improve your fitness Earn some extra pocket money All ages welcome Skills and Experience No experience needed, as training will be provided by the local Area Representative Smartphone with operating system iOS9 and Android 5.0 is required Car essential If you are interested in applying or finding out more, please contact Maria
Chichester NSW 2420, Australia
Background John Paul College is one of Queenslands largest independent Early Learning to Year Twelve co-educational schools with a collective enrolment of approximately 2,000 students and employing over 300 full time and part time staff. Our motto is Unity, Christ, Learning. The College campus is located in Daisy Hill, 20km south of Brisbanes CBD. We have a rich Christian ecumenical community with a national and international reputation for offering a leading-edge technology programme and excellent and extensive academic, cultural and sporting programmes. The Position We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Graphic DesignerContent Producer. Reporting to the Director of Marketing, the role of Graphic DesignerContent Producer has responsibility for the coordination of the College™s graphic design and digital content production. This position will work closely with the marketing team to create innovative, exciting and interactive marketing programmes. In addition to design work, we want someone who can put together a complete marketing package, from concept development to print and electronic media design, copywriting and sourcing content, images and materials. Design within the role will span from corporate magazines to presentations, from to video pre-rolls to video blogs, social content to EDMs, there is no limit to the potential opportunity for this position. The Candidate The Graphic DesignerContent Producer will have at least 5 years of relevant experience in an agency or working in a corporate studio team. Experience and Skills Profile High level of competence in finished art, layout and typography. A solid understanding of pre-press and print production. A solid understanding of responsive design with a creative flair. Extremely high attention to detail with outstanding organisation skills. The ability to work well unsupervised and show initiative as well as openly taking direction and act accordingly. Demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional learning and growth. Strong communication time management skills. A willingness to engage with students and staff and be actively involved in College based activities. A willingness to take a flexible approach to work hours to ensure attendance at functions and events early in the morning, in the evening and on weekends as required. Willingness to support the College™s core values and Code of Conduct. Applicants must have an understanding of the ethos and expectations that accompany one of Australias leading independent schools. Applicants must be prepared to model and maintain the Christian ecumenical ethos, values and beliefs. If you would like a copy of the position description please email us on HRjpc.qld.edu.au. Applications Applications including a Curriculum Vitae and contact details of three referees should be sent via email to Mrs Claire Henkey, Director of Marketing at HRjpc.qld.edu.au target=blank>HRjpc.qld.edu.au. This position will commence as soon as possible. Applications close - Friday, 31 August, 2018 at 5.00pm No agencies please.
Springwood Rd, Brisbane QLD, Australia
Full time fixed term role until August 2019 Band 2.3.26 60,087.00 plus super Opportunity to work in one of Melbourne™s most iconic venues About Arts Centre Melbourne At Arts Centre Melbourne, we bring people together for remarkable experiences. Sitting beneath our iconic Spire, we™re Australia™s largest and busiest performing arts centre. Each year we stage more than 4,000 performances and public events and welcome over 3 million people through our doors. In fact, as a cultural and architectural landmark in our nation™s cultural capital, we™ve showcased the best of Australian and international performing arts for over 30 years. We™re proudly the home of our flagship Resident Companies “ The Australian Ballet, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Theatre Company and Opera Australia “ and a range of presenters who collectively bring our stages and spaces to life. Together with our own program of performances, events and activities we offer a diversity of audiences a distinctly multidimensional approach to participation, education and entertainment. We™re also home to Australia™s national archive of performing arts, the Australian Performing Arts Collection, which encompasses the history of circus, dance, music, opera and theatre. The Collection is a centrepiece of the vision for Arts Centre Melbourne™s Reimagining project, which aims to transform the Theatres Building, create a new public realm, and introduce a purpose-built fourth campus, which will become home to an expanded Australian Music Vault, and a new Australian Performing Arts Gallery to showcase the Collection in a major new tourism and cultural drawcard. Our organisational values describe behaviours we demonstrate in our interactions with visitors, presenters, government and each other Leadership, Community, Care More and Creativity. For a glimpse into Arts Centre Melbourne click here. The Business Unit The purpose of Collections is to enrich and inspire diverse audiences through the understanding and enjoyment of Australian performing arts history. The objectives of the Business Unit are To be Australia™s leading museum for the performing arts and create a world class venue to showcase the Australian Performing Arts Collection. To demonstrate excellence in the care, development, preservation, documentation, and display of the Australian Performing Arts Collection To provide our audiences with meaningful experiences through dynamic exhibitions and public programmes, and innovative digital engagement. To recognise and celebrate our diverse communities and their role in the visual and performing arts To support contemporary practitioners through active collecting, exhibiting and commissioning About the Position As the Assistant Curator, Theatre Popular Entertainment, you will be responsible for assisting with the interpretation, development, documentation and promotion of the Australian Performing Arts Collection™s Theatre and Popular Entertainment collections. You will assist with the development and delivery of public outcomes including exhibitions, displays, online content and publications. To be successful you will require Relevant tertiary degree in an area relating to Australian performing arts or social history within a Museum Studies or Curatorial Studies framework or equivalent work experience in a museum or gallery environment. An understanding of Australian performing arts and theatre and popular entertainment within a social history context Knowledge of principles, practices, standards and ethics relating to the interpretation and development of cultural collections Experience in research, selection and preparation of material culture leading to public outcomes including exhibitions, displays and online content Understanding of cultural significance as it relates to collection development and in processes and practices associated with cataloguing, storage and handling of cultural material Experience in contributing to curatorial projects delivered on time and within budget Arts Centre Melbourne employees enjoy a range of benefits including Opportunity to receive free house seats and complimentary tickets to our shows Organisational-wide learning and development and wellbeing programs Discounted commuter benefits and onsite car-parking Access to health care insurance at competitive rates Food and beverage discounts at our staff cafÃ© and surrounding restaurants. Applications Interested applicants must address the key criteria in their cover letter and submit together with a current resume as one combined document. Please refer to the position description below for further information, including the key criteria. To submit your application, click on the Apply button below by Sunday 2 September 2018. Applications are open to those with full-working rights in Australia Arts Centre Melbourne is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer Assistant Curator, Theatre and Popular Entertainment Position Description.pdf
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Copy Editor Sydney Permanent NW “ Australias favourite celebrity gossip magazine “ is looking for an experienced, creative, hard-working Sub Editor to join the fun, fast-paced team based in Sydney. If you™re a self-confessed word nerd who loves to keep up the Kardashians, and know your Bachie boys from your Love Islanders, then NW wants you We™re looking for an experienced Sub Editor with a passion for pop culture to join our team. This challenging but rewarding role requires someone with impeccable subbing skills, an eye for detail, and the ability to manage your time through weekly deadlines, as well as a passion for writing. Our ideal candidate will be a fast, effective copy editor and writer who can work wonders with feature copy and write hilarious captions with ease. The successful candidate will have At least three years subediting experience at a senior level, preferably at a fast-paced weekly magazine or newspaper A keen eye for detail, meticulous copy-editing and fact-checking skills, and impeccable spelling and grammar A knowledge of and passion for all things celebrity The ability to work calmly under pressure The ability to write witty and clever captions and headlines, as well as engaging copy Proficiency in InDesignInCopy essential. Experience in Woodwing programs would be beneficial. If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you To apply, please click the Apply Now button and send your CV, Covering letter.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Melbourne Conservatorium of Music Faculty of Fine Arts and Music Salary Level B 98,775 - 117,290 p.a. Level C 120,993 - 139,510 p.a. Level D 145,685 - 160,500 p.a. plus 17 superannuation. Level of appointment is subject to the appointee™s qualifications and experience. The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music seeks to appoint an innovative and committed LecturerSenior LecturerAssociate Professor in Music (Wind Symphony, Conducting) who will build on the distinguished tradition of ensemble performance and provide high level artistic direction for the Conservatorium™s wind symphony and woodwindbrasspercussion ensemble program. You will be a passionate musician with an emerging or established national and international profile. You will have a doctoral qualification in music performance or relevant area with experience conducting advanced level wind symphonies and large ensembles. A minimum of 10 years experience teaching at the university level and an extensive knowledge of the wind band repertoire and its history is also required. This is a full time, continuing position commencing from early 2019 or as negotiated. Close date 16 September 2018 Position Description and Selection Criteria 0044213.pdf For information to assist you with compiling short statements to answer the selection criteria, please go to httpabout.unimelb.edu.aucareerssearchinfoselection-criteria
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Chief Sub Editor “ Inside Out Become a key part of the team behind a leading homes magazine. Inside Out is looking for a Chief Sub Editor to help shape our stories about inspiring homes with heart, and the people who live in them. If you™re interested in interiors, architecture, colour and design “ and have experience managing production deadlines in a busy environment “ we™d love to meet you. Your responsibilities will include Making sure all content is consistent with the Inside Out brand, tone and style, including ensuring all text is accurate and of a high standard with facts verified Working with the team to manage the production schedule and workflow to ensure all print production deadlines are met, including checking proofs and dye-lines and signing off the magazine to print Writing headlines, captions and copy sections as required, as well as writing and producing regular pages for print You™ll need Experience as a senior sub and experience or interest in the homes category Strong attention to detail and time management skills Grace under pressure and the ability to manage and meet deadlines Experience in relevant editorial software applications and systems This is a permanent opportunity based out of our lively CBD location on Park St
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Who we are The nation™s most influential media organisation and the largest publisher across print and digital, News Corp Australia reaches an unduplicated audience of 16 million Australians every month. As well as our famous news and sport brands, we lead the way in fashion, food, health, real estate and parenting. Quest Community Newspapers is the leading publisher of community newspapers in the Greater Brisbane area, producing 15 titles each week. Our papers stretch north to Caboolture, west to Ipswich and south to Logan. Quests newspapers are read by more than 600,000 people across Greater Brisbane weekly, and achieve more than half a million page views through our digital offering every month. We are looking for a driven Real Estate Reporter to join the team for 10 months on a maternity leave cover contract. Who you are The Real Estate department is accountable for delivering stories that engage and inform local audiences about the property market. The Real Estate Reporter is responsible for sourcing and creating accurate, informed and high quality real estate content that meets the editorial direction provided. The role is responsible for maintaining an in-depth knowledge of Real Estate issues and maintaining an active network in the field of Real Estate by building strong relationships within your network. Your strong writing and journalism skill set will mean you are able to develop engaging and informative content. You will have an interest in digital journalism and will have a basic understanding of how digital content can be successful. With strong communication skills and a personable attitude, you will be able to manage key stakeholders and juggle various projects within your team. At the same time, you are able to thrive within a close knit team and function within a fast paced work environment. Accountable, driven, creative and forward thinking, you will be able to contribute quality stories and wrap ups to both Quest and Courier Mail publications. Please note this is a 10 month max term contract. What™s next? This full-time, 10 month fix term role is based in our Bowen Hills office. We offer competitive employee benefits, a fun, fast-paced working environment, and excellent opportunities for growth and development. To apply or find out more about careers with us, see newscorpaustralia.comcareers.
Queensland 4510, Australia
About Us The energy industry is undergoing a radical transformation. As one of Australia™s largest generators of electricity, we are stepping up to ˜light the way™ towards a cleaner energy future. About the role We™re looking for someone to join the Communications team. It™s a frontline role, communicating industry and business change to our people, and representing our organisation to external audiences via the media. You will partner with business functions to create and deliver communications plans tailored to business objectives. Above all, you will be at home in uncertain and ambiguous circumstances. Day-to-day, you will Provide timely, user-friendly, pan-enterprise internal information to help people lead, manage, inform and perform Deliver flexible and expert media communications across regions and industry, political and consumer media, broadcast, social and print About you You will have a strong background in media, consultancy or corporate communications, with at least five-years™ experience in a frontline role. A really great candidate will Have excellent verbal and written communications skills and critical thinking, which they can apply to drafting internal articles, news releases, public positions, speeches, fact sheets, briefing notes and other materials as needed Be capable of managing end-to-end bespoke communications campaigns and communications, to tight budgets and deadlines Be able to work cooperatively and across the business, with little direction Have experience working with senior management Have experience working across relevant industry matters and communications disciplines, from the promotion of new products, issues management, advocacy and crisis communications Have experience managing external consultants to achieve business objectives Experience in a Social Media focussed role would be beneficial How to apply If you™re looking for a broad Communications role in a busy environment and are confident in your ability to represent EnergyAustralia in this evolving industry, then we want to hear from you. Click the apply button below, or for a confidential conversation contact Charis Turner on 03 8628 1396 or email charis.turnerenergyaustralia.com.au.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Southern Cross Austereo “ one of Australias most progressive and exciting entertainment based media companies “ has a rare opportunity for a journalistradio newsreader to join the team, based in Townsville. This role has a long tradition of giving quality local journalists the exposure and experience to further develop their careers to successfully make the transition into the larger metropolitan markets. With this in mind, this position would suit somebody who has already had some in a radio newsroom, and ideally working on air, and is looking for the next step to advance their career. You will work closely with the News Director and Content Director to deliver a qulity local news service to our listeners that is accurate, conversational and entertaining. As the successful person you will have A reading and writing style that suits our commercial radio stations The ability to work in both a solo and team environment Be able to work to tight deadlines Knowledge of Cairns and Far North Queensland is an advantage Have a positive attitude, and proactive work ethic A thorough understanding of ACMA compliance and CRA Codes of Practice and Broadcasting Standards At least 6 months experience The opportunities are endless when youre working for one of Australias leading media company. As the newest member of the team, youll get all the support and guidance you need to develop your skills, grow your radio career and reach your full potential. Interested? If so please visit www.scacareers.com.au to submit your rÃ©sumÃ©, cover letter (with salary expectations) and a Radio news bulletin demo sent as an mp3 . We look forward to receiving your application. Southern Cross Austereo reserves the right to commence recruitment activities prior to the stated closing date.
Rowes Bay QLD 4810, Australia
Be a part of Australias independent national broadcaster 65K - 72K p.a. (pro rata) + choice of 15.4 super Location Broome WA Part-Time Hours (8 hoursweek) Run of Show contract for approximately 12 months Working in isolated locations attracts allowances above the base salary rate About the ABC The ABC is the nations most trusted and independent source of Australian conversations, culture, and stories. With over 4,000 employees from diverse backgrounds, based in more than 50 locations around Australia and overseas, the ABC is proud to create, curate and deliver high-quality content that informs, educates and entertains. About ABC Regional Local The ABC Regional Local team is about Australian communities and conversations. We make distinctive stories and events that connect communities and shape lives. We are about real people, real places and real life. We have eight capital city radio stations and a network of 44 regional bureaux across Australia. Our Sport and Live Events team focuses on regional and local content for all our platforms, including TV, Radio and online. About the Role Have you got what it takes to present a dynamic flow radio program for the ABC? Were looking for an accomplished presenter for Saturday Breakfast in Broome. As Breakfast presenter you will Present Saturday Breakfast (8 hours per week) from our Broome studio Create content across a number of platforms and programs from radio production to digital media for local, state and national audiences Identify and deliver regional stories to both the local and the national audience Work across radio, online and social media Develop contacts and break stories Work to other programs as required About You This is a great opportunity to showcase your presenting skills. You will be working as part of the highly successful ABC Regional and Local team in a collaborative way under the direction of the Chief of Staff. Does this describe you? A highly motivated content maker You love radio Youre savvy with social media and online content and know how to engage a diverse demographic of listeners You™re passionate about local current affairs, social issues, business, technology and culture You™re agile, and have a good knowledge of Broome, WA as well as national and international issues You have a track record of presenting high quality contemporary radio For an overview of the role, please refer to the position description PD - Presenter “ Saturday Breakfast.pdf We would love to see your work. Please submit material with your application online (include examples, links to websites or attach audiovideo files up to 5MB). For more information on working at the ABC visit abc.net.aucareers For further information contact Sam Tomlin, Chief of Staff on (08) 9191 3010 Applications Close 29 Aug 2018 Recruitment Agency applications will not be accepted The ABC strives for equity and diversity in the workplace, and to promote a culture of opportunity. Through its services the ABC seeks to represent, connect and engage with all of the Australian community. In line with our focus on diversity, applications are strongly encouraged from Indigenous Australians, people from a range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disabilities. The ABC also aims to achieve a gender-balanced workforce.
Western Australia 6725, Australia
Are you sick of wasting your ideas on products you don™t really care about? Do you wish you didnt have to dance the 3 ideas shuffle for clients who just play it safe? We™re looking for a creative who can help us turn Australia into a nation of bike riders. When we get there you™ll be able to say you played a big role in making sure people™s lives are happy and healthy. You™ll need to have a mind bursting with ideas love finding what touches the soul of different people be able to vary your approach but keep consistency mix words and pictures to deliver a knock out message consider yourself a triple threat “ designing, copyrighting and photography be motivated by results rather than winning swanky awards go hard, tell it straight and never settle. If you™re ready to swim away from the mainstream and live the life you™ve dreamed of, make your pitch to peoplebicyclenetwork.com.au
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
The Creative Store Great Jobs. Great People. www.thecreativestore.com.au FREELANCE. We have a wide range of freelance and contract roles. Ranging from 1 day to 3 “ 6 month contracts “ offering you flexibility to pick and choose when you want to work. You have the option to invoice or to have your payg done for you. Easy As. Job 368 “ Account Manager. Our client is on the lookout for an Account Manger to help increase the value they offer our growing list of clients. You™ll be working alongside a team of content strategists, Content Creators from Film, TV and major media brands, helping brands align their brand purpose with the purpose and beliefs of the consumer. You will work with the senior team to ensure all client briefs are followed and delivered, with a keen eye for detail. Be the key point of contact for clients, delivering world class account management and service. Be the key point of contact for the creative and strategy team for the delivery and output of campaigns. Build strong and long last relationships with all clients. Use your amazing skills in KeynotePowerPoint to put together visually rich presentations. Immerse yourself in the creative thinking process and share your own ideas with the team for the development and implementation of client campaigns. Help co-ordinate the schedule of the senior team and keep all proposals on track. Job 367 “ Senior Account Manager “ Melbourne. Looking for a great new role in Collingwood, Melbourne? This role is with a digital, content and creative agency specialising in events, entertainment and lifestyle brands. Their client list makes their hearts beat faster (and hopefully yours). You will be responsible for end-to-end client relationship management, manage key deliverables for social media and content campaigns with brand clients, across Social, Content, Creative and DigitalPerformance marketing and develop existing client relationships and create new business opportunities. You will also develop proposals and pitch documents, maintain project profitability. Working closely with the commercial director, studio manager, content and creative teams to produce cost estimates, you will ensure client expectations are exceeded, and projects delivered on time and on budget. Job 366 “ Digital Account Manager. Our client is an independent integrated advertising agency located in central Sydney. They create brands, campaigns, technology and environments that enable customers to engage and transact “ offering a complete range of services that ensures marketing meets sales and supports the process of customer conversion. They are on the hunt for a passionate digital operator, looking to further expand their skill set for this client facing, multi-channel, performance focused role. You will have 2 “ 3 years agency experience with at least 1 “ 2 years working specifically on digital media (social media paid media). Job 364 “ Marketing and Communications Manager. We have a great 2 month contract for a confident Marketing and Communications Manager. Based in Sydney CBD our client is an innovative market leader in vehicle rental solutions, offering flexibility for rideshare drivers. Reporting to the Global Marketing Manager this role is responsible for the analysis and implementation of the marketing and communications strategy including management of owned, earned and paid media, design and build of EDM SMS campaigns, experimenting with automated journeys and AB testing, creation and testing of landing pages and AB testing as well as marketing collateral including flyers, posters, pull-up banners, billboards, videos, TV screens and more. Content creation including blogs and supporting SEO and monthly events and local marketing activities will also be a part of your daily duties. Job 363 “ Account Director. Our client, based in Walsh Bay, Sydney, is a global full-service creative agency specialising in B2B. With a focus on creative and human centric ideas, this agency is known for its innovative and challenger approach. They have a rare opening to join their talented team and network as an Account Director. Joining the Australia New Zealand team, this senior role is responsible for managing key client accounts, building and leading teams and business development across new and existing accounts. Acting as a trusted advisor to clients you will work side by side with them to understand and achieve their marketing objectives and grow the relationship. You will manage projects from brief through strategy development, production and delivery, including managing budget, creatives, suppliers and timelines. You will support the set up and growth of the of the Australia full-service team including mentoring junior staff. Job 359 “ Account Manager. Are you an experienced Account Manager looking for a new role in a creative and ambitious agency? Our client is a dynamic design, advertising and digital agency that specialises in brand strategy, visual identity and branding, digital advertising, promotions and shopper activation. Located in the creative hub of Surry Hills, it™s a fantastic central location. Reporting into the Client Services Manager this role is responsible for the day-to-day operations of key clients, with a focus on healthcare and beauty. The creative projects for this client will include key campaign concepts, POS, landing pages, eDM creation, brochure design and various adhoc briefs. You will manage resource, budget and timelines as well as ensure the detailed scope and documentation of each project. Job 357 “ Account Manager. We have an exciting new role opportunity for an experienced Account Director, working with a well-established brand agency based in Surry Hills. Our client is known for strategic brand thinking paired with world class design and can name some huge FMCG brands amongst its loyal clients. Covering strategy, branding and packaging this Account Director role will lead the client services team, ensuring well thought out and fit for purpose solutions that clients and creative teams are proud of. You will strategically manage all client accounts and hold overall responsibility for all agency accounts, including responding to briefs, project management and managing resource alongside the traffic manager. You will drive new business and business development, including pitching, proposals, prospecting and mentoring client services team. You will work closely with the managing director to ensure accurate forecasting, target achievement and a strong relationship with the creative teams. Job 334 “ Healthcare Strategist. Are you a Healthcare experienced strategist looking to work with a highly creative and collaborative agency? Come and join this dynamic and growing creative agency located in Pyrmont, Sydney. Being part of a wider multi-faceted agency group, you will be work with a fantastic range of specialists. You will have a healthcare strategy background and knowledge and be experienced identifying gaps for Rx brands. Being the go-to person for finding data and using research, you will be laying down the facts about human motivation and behavior amongst GPs Specialists across a range of different therapeutic areas. Your love of metrics is infectious, and more importantly you can interpret those numbers to guide Medical (Rx) brand strategies and communications plans. You will also bring experience in developing global marketing strategies for medications and how to tailor these to end markets. Your day to day will be split between leadership and business development, strategy development for clients and research and insight developments. Job 332 “ Digital Marketing Executive. We have a brilliant new opportunity for a Digital Marketing Executive to join this Edgecliff based classical music company, specialising in period music from the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The Digital Marketing Executive is responsible for better connecting with and growing the company™s audience. You will manage the website including any updates and development, ensuring up to date and relevant content as well as driving SEO. You will be responsible for email marketing campaigns, including building the database and investigating data to drive ticket sales, loyalty and retention. On a day to day you will manage all digital advertising including paid and affiliate marketing, as well as using Analytics and reporting tools to drive optimization. Working alongside the Content Marketing Executive you will develop and help execute content strategies, as well as work with agencies to drive PPC and programmatic digital marketing performance. As the ideal candidate you will have a minimum of 2 years™ experience in a digital marketing role and solid knowledge of digital advertising. Job 326 “ Digital Marketing and eCommerce Manager. Our client is an Oakleigh South based furniture, homewares and interior design store and eCommerce retailer that specialises in beautiful and inspiring design and content. We have an exciting opportunity for a Digital Marketing eCommerce Manager to join their ranks as part of this young and growing team. The Digital Marketing eCommerce Manager is responsible for developing and executing digital marketing and eCommerce plans, managing the web content as well as eDMs and social media performance to drive conversion, engagement and sales. You will also be executing the digital marketing strategy including affiliate, content, digital engagement, SEO, SEM, PPC, display, retargeting, eDM™semail, social, and new digital channels, as well as website performance, online web content and banners, product positioning and e-merchandising, and ensuring that the product is loaded on time with the support of an eCommerce Coordinator. As the ideal candidate you will come with 3-5 years™ experience in a similar role, including eCommerce for a retail business. Job 321 “ Direct Marketing Specialist. Are you a Digital Marketing guru who is passionate about ethical and natural products? Our client is an innovative skincare brand that prides itself on all natural, chemical free healing products and an ethical standpoint. They are looking for a Direct Marketing Specialist to join this busy team for an initial asap start contract, with a view to extend and potentially move to permanent. As part of the marketing team this role will be responsible for developing and executing the direct marketing strategy across a global audience, including acquisition and retention campaigns and driving overall sales and presence. You will develop and implement EDM campaigns, manage and report on ad campaigns (including Facebook Instagram Google AdWords) and drive the Customer Loyalty Program. You will work with the marketing team and digital agencies across SEO, SEM, UX, analytics, reporting and CRM management, as well as compile reports and provide insights as required. To apply - email your cv and work to Louise Lawton at The Creative Store, email Louisethecreativestore.com.au. If you would like further details on any of the above roles, visit our website www.thecreativestore.com.au or call Lauren at The Creative Store on (02) 8278 7514. www.thecreativestore.com.au Great Jobs. Great People.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
ABOUT THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE The Sydney Opera House is an iconic Australian institution that embodies beauty, inspiration and the liberating power of art and ideas. Our vision is to be as bold and inspiring as the Opera House itself. Our mission is twofold To treasure and renew the Opera House for future generations of artists, audiences and visitors and To inspire, and strengthen the community, through everything we do. For more information about the Sydney Opera House please refer to our website. ABOUT THE ROLE This role works as part of a team to deliver the highest quality Production Support services. This position is a multi-skilled theatre technician focused on supporting the different theatre disciplines including staging, lighting, soundAV and record and broadcast, whilst delivering small-scale events in their own right. It provides first-level operational support and advice for various theatre systems. This position is the first responder for all reactive maintenance requirements for Performing Arts technical assets and will be required on occasions to assist the Technology team with proactive maintenance requirements. It provides exceptional customer service across the entire business by working on projects, supporting events, managing technical equipment and assisting with maintenance. This role upholds relevant technical and WHS standards and contributes to the ongoing development of WHS awareness at the Opera House. It also contributes to the management, development, care and security of technical equipment at the Opera House and assists in the development of skills and standards within the Performing Arts portfolio to meet presenter and SOH expectations. Further more detailed information about the role and its requirements can be obtained from the role description. WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR Comprehensive skills and experience (minimum 3 years) in several professional production services disciplines including staging, lighting, sound, AV, communications and broadcast. Ability to perform key Production Support duties, including incident response, customer service, and being an interdisciplinary technician on duty, to the highest standard. Good working knowledge of communications and signal transport systems, including two-way radios paging and cue light systems audio and video switchers, routers, and matrices wired and wireless intercoms and IP networks. Ability to interpret and create relevant event documents and implement Production Support requirements. Ability to lead small teams to execute an effective and efficient outcome. Physical fitness, agility and ability to work at heights. Ability and commitment to work on a rotating ad hoc shift basis. Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively within teams and across disciplines to meet event requirements. Good communication skills and well-developed interpersonal skills. Commitment to abide by Opera House policies, particularly WHS procedures including manual handling techniques. Demonstrated knowledge and application of computer-related technology. HOW TO APPLY Applicants are asked to include an up to date resume of no more than five pages which clearly details your relevant skills and experience and how they relate to the requirements and capabilities for the role. Applicants are also asked to address their suitability in a covering letter of no more than two pages addressing the following two targeted questions 1. Can you tell us about the last showvenue you went to or worked on? Please explain the kind of technology you were using, how well you used it and what you thought of the technical production generally. Anything you would™ve added, changed or done differently? 2. In this role you will have to establish a relationship and work with a variety of people from many different departments. What skills and experience (from either you professional or personal life) do you have in this area? Applicants MUST create a profile and submit their application electronically for this position at httpsiworkfor.nsw.gov.au. Only applicants who apply online will be considered for this position. Please contact the Jobs NSW Helpdesk on 1800 562 679 should you have any technical enquiries. A talent pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing or temporary roles of the same standard that may become available over the next twelve months. Sydney Opera House welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse cultural backgrounds and people with disability. To be eligible to apply for this position, applicants must have existing Australian work rights. Applications will not be accepted from recruitment agencies. Any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory National Police Check and Pre-Employment Health Assessment . EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS Job Status Casual Position No SOH1326 Salary Base rate of 35.45hour plus casual loading of 23.3, scaled penalty of 12.25 and 9.5 superannuation Applications Close 27082018 Enquiries Jo Nisbet, recruitmentsydneyoperahouse.com
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Following an internal promotion, the Macleay Argus at Kempsey is seeking a journalist. This is your chance further your career in a digital-first newsroom, while working in a beautiful part of the world. This is a permanent part-time role, 22.8 hours per week. The successful applicant will be responsible for content gathering and for delivering clean and accurate copy for print and digital use. You will be working with the editor to continue to grow the impressive audience numbers of the Macleay Argus. Responsibilities of the role include (but are not limited to) Helping drive programs and strategies to build our audiences Being an advocate for our News Now strategy, ensuring content is developed in a way which builds engagement Producing photos and videos as required for all media platforms Practising journalistic excellence, ensuring facts, details, names and places in copy are correct Collaboration and building a team CARE culture Participation in regular meetings and structured training where required. To be successful in this role you will be able to demonstrate Appropriate journalistic experience, skills and knowledge according to grade expectations A genuine interest in digital media A community focus Technologically savvy skillset An ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines High attention to detail and adaptability Ability to communicate with all levels of staff The ability to work flexible and irregular hours An emphasis on compliance with company and editorial department policies. If you thrive by working collaboratively and want to actively participate in developing a strong team culture which enables us to build a modern, stronger rural and regional media network then please connect with us today. Fairfax Media embraces all aspects of diversity inclusion and is committed to creating a workplace which reflects the incredibly diverse customers, audiences and communities we serve. Disclaimer Fairfax Media does not accept unsolicited agency resumes. Fairfax Media is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.
Collombatti NSW 2440, Australia
Director Tabcorp is a world-class diversified gambling entertainment group and an ASX50 company. In December 2017 we combined with Tatts Group and now operate the iconic brands Tatts, TAB, NSW Lotteries, Golden Casket, SA Lotteries, Keno, Sky Racing and Sky Sports Radio. We also deliver leading gaming services and products through Tabcorp Gaming Solutions, MAX and Ebet . Our 5,000-plus strong team is as diverse as Australia itself. Our people drive familiar brands which ignite passion and excitement in millions of Australians. This leadership is reflected in who we are. If, like us, you™re a passionate, positive playmaker and you want to use your talent to create amazing outcomes, we™d love to hear from you. Role Snapshot Our Sky team, based in Frenchs Forest, are now looking for Full Time Directors to assist us in getting compelling vision to air. This role is extremely varied and offers an outstanding opportunity to be involved in various responsibilities that go along with a well-run television studio. This role requires the incumbent to have strong, operational knowledge in the areas of Directing Vision Switching Directors Assistant Audio Operating and above all have exceptional people skills. Working with your team Some of the functions you will be performing in this role will include, liaising with Broadcast Operators to ensure the quality of audio and video outputs, ensure all sponsorship material and commercials are broadcast at appropriate times and ensuring live transmission of a program, repairing and displaying relevant race information for broadcast is displayed in an accurate manner. Our Ideal Person The ideal candidate for this multi skilled role will have completed studies in a Broadcast TV discipline with an underpinning knowledge of television production. In addition you will have outstanding communication skills with the ability to bring out the best in those around you. You will be driven and enthusiastic, with a strong desire to achieve business goals. Previous experience as a Director would be highly advantageous. When you join our team you™ll be able to take advantage of a range of benefits including flexible working arrangements, leadership and development programs and community programs. Tabcorp is committed to creating an inclusive workplace where all our people feel valued for their unique qualities and have a sense of belonging. If you need assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the application process, please contact tabcorprecruitmenttabcorp.com.au
Frenchs Forest NSW 2086, Australia
Film Extras, Models, Actors of All Ages For Leading TV shows Roseys Talent Consultants was founded 1994 and is located in the heart of Sydneys CBD. We are a Casting and Modelling Agency. Roseys Talent Consultants Model Management is Australias Most Dynamic Agency providing Multi-Cultured Faces of Actors, Models, and Characters. Other divisions include Extras and Kids. Roseys has been registered and fully licensed as an entertainment representative. Dont waste time and energy on unpaid projects and sitting around just day-dreaming of working for real in films and TV or on the fashion catwalk. We are passionate about our work and we have got thousands of jobs for people of all ages over the many years weve been in business in the Entertainment Industry. Please visit our stunning promotional website www.roseystalent.com.au and view the hundreds of paid jobs and leading film and TV production companies our agency has actually worked with for new and aspiring talent. You can be assured, by being represented by Roseys Talent Consultants and Model Management that you, or your loved ones, will be with a proven success story in the Australian entertainment world, highly reputable, and the leading real faces agency for coming up to two decades. (We have just celebrated our 23rd year in successful operation) Many of our extras and actors appear in current TV ads and major TV shows you probably often watch on telly and our fashion model division has been achieving great things for new models. If you fit the right criteria for a model you too could work on such jobs as catwalk assignments for leading designer events, like Alex Perry fashion parades, Fashion week, major Bridal Shows and magazines and publications such as Cleo, Dolly, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Glamazon, In Style, and so on. We have worked on Major productions with HUGE Stars such as Hugh Jackman, Angelina Jolie, Tom Hardy, Joel Edgerton, Gerard Butler, Leonardo Di- Caprio, Tobey Maguire, Nicole Kidman, Mel Gibson, Sam Worthington, Cate Blanchett and more. Roseys are happy to help with you with any kind of questions and requests about Modelling, Acting and Television Commercials, so dont waste anymore time Get your face out there Contact our office now to arrange an interview with one of our highly experienced bookers and casting consultants. For Immediate consideration please apply at the link below or email us at inforoseystalent.com.au or call us at 02 92836369 for more information Phone 02 92836369 Fax 02 92836365 Email inforoseystalent.com.au Web www.roseystalent.com.au Email Please click the Apply Now button below.
Greenhills Beach NSW 2230, Australia
SENIOR COPYWRITER 116,863 to 156,387 (Plus Superannuation) Fixed Term - 3 years Usual hours of work Full Time Usual work location Melbourne, CBD About Transport for Victoria Transport for Victoria within DEDJTR, is led by the Head, Transport for Victoria, and is responsible for the creation of transport system policy and reforms, legislative development, network planning, asset and network development, rolling stock development, operational coordination and investment, and engagement with users. Transport for Victoria works closely with its agencies, including Public Transport Victoria (PTV), VicRoads and VLine as well as agencies within the Office of the Coordinator General. About the Position This exciting role within the Strategic Communications and Engagement Division operates in a fascinating and fast-paced environment. Victoria is Australias fastest-growing state, and Transport for Victoria is charged with the challenging and exciting task of ensuring that our transport network works for us in the ways that we want it to. Victorias Big Build is underpinned by 30 billion of infrastructure and smart technology the biggest investment in Victorias history, to create a seamless transport network that delivers choice, connection and confidence for all Victorians. The Senior Copywriter plays key role in ensuring a coordinated communications approach between TfV and its partners and agencies. Reporting to the Executive Director, Transport Communications, the Senior Copywriter requires a proactive, creative, action-oriented approach, coupled with exceptional writing, research, conceptual and analytical skills. About You You will join our high performing team, bringing with you a deep understanding of the evolving multi-channel communications space. You will have proven experience in delivery of high quality, dynamic copy and content for traditional, social and digital channels to support best-practice communications strategies. You will have a sophisticated ability to drive a strategic narrative across internal and external audiences, ensuring messaging is reflected across all aspects of written communications materials and presntations. You will also demonstrate your aptitude in proactively identifying and advising on opportunities to position an organisation as a leader in written communications. You will be comfortable operating in a complex environment under pressure, and maintain composure in this fast-paced role. You will demonstrate continuous improvement through evaluation and adaptation. For a confidential discussion, please call Sandra McKay, Executive Director, Transport Communications on (03) 9652 6732. Successful candidates will be required to undergo a National Police Records Check prior to commencing employment with the Department. For further information on the position, please see the attached position description. To apply, please click the ˜Apply Now button. Applications close at midnight on 26 August 2018 and must address the Key Selection Criteria outlined in the Position Description.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
About the business and the role About the business and the role ACS is the professional association for Australias information and communications technology (ICT) sector. We are committed to creating the environment and providing the opportunities for our members and partners to be recognised and succeed. Representing over 42,000 tech professionals, we are passionate about the ICT profession being recognised as a driver of innovation and business “ able to deliver real tangible outcomes for individuals and our wider society. We are looking for a motivated and experienced bid writer (and winner) with significant bid writing, and management experience to join our high performing team. You will work autonomously across several bids and proposals at a time. Running the tender bid from start to finish you will be highly organised and use best practice techniques to write, edit, respond and comply with all tender requirements. Accountabilities Creation of clear, concise project mandates, business cases, project plansproposals and Response documents according to defined criteria. Develop key messages for each tendersubmission and ensuring these are effectively and consistently included. Create and grow ACS™s Submission Content Library. Working with a wide range of stakeholders across the organization to ensure they are informed in a timely manner about required tasks or changes Copyediting and proofreading proposals and related material Identify efficiency improvements in the proposal management process Essential Requirements Bachelor™s degree in Communications, Marketing or Business Demonstrated experience managing projects and meeting deadlines Expertise in writing government tenders and project proposals Exceptional writing and communication skills Strong stakeholder engagement skills Applications Suitably qualified and skilled individuals should submit a letter of introduction and CV. Only those who submit a cover letter addressing the key accountabilities will be considered. Applicants must be legally entitled to work in Australia. Only successful candidates will be contacted. No Agencies Please
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
A rare opportunity for an industry multimedia professional to lead the development of all our RNZ music brands, and be part of shaping the nations leading media organisation. The RNZ Music Content Director is a key role, responsible for refreshing and implementing RNZs music strategy and outputs on-air and online, using a strong broadcast media programming and editorial skill-set to constantly evaluate the music content and delivery needs of our current and future audiences. Strong leadership skills are required in the role to inspire the Content team to build and create high-quality, unique and relevant music content and programming for our diverse audiences. The role will involve proven industry, and hands-on experience with scheduling and playout systems, multi-media platforms, along with coaching and mentoring experience. The role also involves a full and comprehensive review of all RNZ Music outputs to attract and increase audiences, and build content diversity. It could be based in either Auckland or Wellington. Please note A complete application includes your covering letter and a CV. Applications close Monday, 3 September 2018. RNZ is committed to the principles and practices of Equal Employment Opportunity and welcomes applicants reflecting New Zealands cultural and ethnic diversity.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia