- Job posted on: 6th Sep 2019
- Applications close:
You’re a communications specialist who is passionate about making an impact. You understand how to position an organisation in the modern digital world, within its political, legal and social environment to ensure messaging is contemporary, persuasive and powerful.
You have broad experience in communications and are an expert in the digital campaigning space – optimising current and emerging digital channels and developing compelling digital assets. With a passion for social justice and making the world a better place, you will enable us with a comprehensive plan for our long and short term communications priorities.
The Federation is the peak body for Victoria’s Community Legal Centres (CLCs). Our members are at the forefront of helping those facing economic, cultural or social disadvantage and whose life circumstances are severely affected by their legal problem.
For over 40 years CLCs have been the heart of a powerful movement for social change, reshaping how people access justice, creating stronger more equitable laws, and more accountable government and democracy.
As their peak body, we work with and support CLCs to fight for a fairer, more just community.
A newly created role within a period of positive growth, this role is focused on supporting effective campaigns, successfully positioning the Federation as the peak body advocating for social justice and strengthening engagement with our partners and key stakeholders.
As our organisation continues to grow, it is crucial to ensure our internal communications are effective, our external communications are impactful and fit in the modern digital world, and that the Federation is set up to continue it’s important work in driving change for a more fair community.
You will develop and implement a comprehensive, contemporary and strategic communications plan ensuring optimisation of digital media and platforms to boost our digital presence and engage our online community.
You will be our go-to communications specialist and an expert in framing complex issues into compelling messages.
You will plan, deliver and advise on best practice digital campaigns, utilising a range of digital channels, platforms and initiatives to ensure compelling campaigns and a rich online presence.
You will support our senior leadership team and members to drive our social justice work within the digital space.
The base salary offered is between $85,000 - $90, 000 per annum (pro-rata for part-time), plus superannuation. The Federation offers FBT salary packaging, therefore depending upon personal financial circumstances, the value of the salary may be equivalent to up to approximately $5,000 - $7,000 per annum higher.
Additional benefits include:
A full position description is attached below.