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Communications Officer

National Centre of Indigenous Excellence
  • Exciting opportunity to join NCIE’s Media, Marketing and Communications Team
  • 12 Month Fixed Term (further extensions subject to funding)
  • Full-time Role

National Centre of Indigenous Excellence Ltd (NCIE) is a not-for-profit social enterprise. We build capabilities and create opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by delivering life-changing programs from our heritage-listed facilities in Redfern.

NCIE’s Talking About Tobacco Use (TATU) program is part of the National Tackling Indigenous Smoking Program. TATU aims to reduce the prevalence of smoking among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities through education and health promotion activities.

NCIE is looking for a Communications Officer to work within our Media, Marketing and Communications team and coordinate TATU’s online presence and develop content for health promotion activities.

The Communications Officer is responsible for developing impactful collateral for TATU. This will include participant stories, video content and general social media content.  The Communications Officer will work closely with both the Media, Marketing and Communications team and the TATU team to create evidence based and engaging smoking cessation content that will be distributed across a range of channels.

The successful candidate will have strong fundamental communications skills as well as an interest in health promotion in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Reporting to the Media, Marketing and Communications Manager, key objectives and accountabilities include:

  • Working collaboratively with the Media, Marketing and Communications team and the TATU team to coordinate TATU’s online presence.
  • Develop content to be shared across TATU and NCIE’s digital channels (social media, EDMs, ncie.org.au) as well as content for educational workshops.
  • Manage the TATU digital communications calendar for effective and timely output.
  • Stay up-to-date and engaged with current smoking trends and public health messaging as it relates to smoking cessation. This knowledge will be used to create evidence-based messaging and content for TATU.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

NCIE offers attractive salary packaging and free on-site gym & pool membership. Our values are Excellence, Inclusiveness, Integrity and Growth.

Enquiries: please contact Fran Goldman, Media, Marketing and Communications Manager: 0432 969 430 / frances.goldman@ncie.org.au, using the subject line: Communications Officer enquiry via EthicalJobs.  

The Position Description and more information about the role is available on our website

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