- Job posted on: 4th May 2021
- Applications close:
Blind Citizens Australia, (BCA) is the national representative organisation of people who are blind or vision impaired. Our mission is to inform, connect and empower Australians who are blind or vision impaired and the broader community.
We are a small but geographically diverse team working closely to achieve our mission. We thrive on communication, innovation, collaboration and making a difference in the lives of our members. We are a workforce made of 75% of people with disability, you will need to be comfortable working with, for and in partnership with all staff and stakeholders who are blind or vision impaired.
We enjoy supporting each other, making things happen and offer a diverse working experience.
Your communication skills are second to none - whether it's a social media post, an email to BCA members, or an update to sector partners, your message is clear and concise. You are aware of accessibility and implement it in all of your work.
All of your work will positively promote people who are blind or vision impaired.
You are responsive, thrive in a busy team environment, and work collaboratively.
In this 30 hour per week role, you will lead Blind Citizens Australia's communications.
This includes social media content, sharing, and moderation (via Facebook and Twitter), communications to BCA members, and regular updates to BCA partners.
These communications are a mix of written, produced in accessible formats such as braille and large print, audio podcasts, and video format.
This role also manages BCA's website, and project-based websites.
We will require you to occasionally work outside of business hours, so flexibility is important.
This position is a 12 month contract, with the possibility of extension.
The position has a national focus. The successful applicant can take advantage of flexible remote working arrangements, working from home.
30 hours per week (some weekend and evening work may be required).
People with disability encouraged to apply.
Salary is under the SCHADS Award level 5 - 6, depending on experience.
It is a requirement that all BCA staff hold a current police check.
For more information contact Sally Aurisch on 1800 033 660.