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Gladstone Women’s Health Centre is a not-for-profit organisation that has been serving the Gladstone Region for over 27 years. We provide generalist Women’s Health Services and counselling, group therapy, support, information and referral for women, children and men who have experienced Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified women to fill this role in the Gladstone Region.
Employment is commensurate with experience and qualifications under the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Award, 2010.
Renumeration package SCHADS Award Level 7.0 full-time (1 July 2020). Flexible work arrangements and other benefits to be negotiated. This is a new role for an 18-month duration, with the possibility of extension beyond this timeframe.
It is a genuine occupational requirement of this position that it be filled by a woman as permitted by, and arguable under Sections 25, 104 and 105 of The Anti-Discrimination Act 1991. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and other culturally and linguistically diverse women are encouraged to apply.
As Communication, Advocacy and Engagement Officer you will be responsible for developing and implementing GWHC’s strategic communications, advocacy and engagement strategies.
Reporting to the Director, the focus of this role is to develop and implement the organisation’s strategic communication, advocacy and engagement initiatives. The role is responsible for delivering internal and external communication and marketing, policy advocacy initiatives and campaigns, engagement activities and high-profile events.
Your will manage GWHC’s brand and ensure all internal and external communication activities effectively deliver the organisation’s messaging, vision and values.
This rewarding role will suit an experienced, creative and innovative strategic communications and advocacy professional. If you are enthused by GWHC’s work and positive culture, are a strategic thinker and leader, and have excellent project management and communication skills, this role is for you.
An attractive remuneration package with access to salary sacrificing options available to a charity is negotiable depending on skills and experience. GWHC’s is based in Gladstone, and is a friendly, collegial and collaborative working environment.