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Content Producer

Spinal Cord Injuries Australia

Spinal Cord Injuries Australia (SCIA) is a member-based national for purpose organisation that promotes independence and provides services to people with a spinal cord injury and other physical disabilities to assist them to achieve their goals. Working together with our customers, we aim to eliminate the barriers that prevent workplace and social inclusion for people with a spinal cord injury and other physical disabilities, ensuring that the society in which we live is accessible in every way.

SCIA was founded by people with spinal cord injuries. People living with disability represent more than 30% of our staff, and a majority of our Board. We are a member-based organisation, with more than 3000 members that include people with disability, their families, carers and professionals in the sector.

What we do:

  • Offering a one-stop-shop for information on services, advice and support
  • NDIS provider for NDIS participant’s Support Coordination and Plan Management services
  • Sharing the lived experience of having an SCI through peer support
  • Influencing social change on a systemic and individual level
  • Supporting people back into employment, education or training
  • Operating an Australian Disability Enterprise that employs people with disability and pays full award wages

The Role

You will write, develop, edit and publish communications across digital and other platforms as required, whilst also measuring their impact through data and analytics (social and website, EDMs), continuously providing recommendations for new content as well as refurbing existing content and also optimising the communications plan overall.

You will ultimately be the face of SCIA in your communications, driving the creation of awareness and trust of our brand, but in addition, help us drive business growth through the communication of current and future business services that we will offer to our clients and our partners.

The position is a fixed term role, working part-time working 30 hours p/w. The ideal candidate will possess a strong belief in pursuing equality and full inclusion for people living with SCI and other disabilities and who values working in a for-purpose organisation, just like we do!

The position will have dual reporting lines initially; for new website build as a stand-alone project, you will report into the Head of Marketing, for day-to-day management, you will report into the Senior Content Manager, but you will often be required to drive and manage development projects personally.

Key accountabilities for this role;

  1. Identify, produce and measure creative and engaging visual and written content for SCIA’s digital communication strategy, driven by data and insights.
  2. Contribute to growth of SCIA’s social media channels, website visitor sessions.
  3. Contribute to the financial growth of SCIA via communication plans that support revenue-earning initiatives.


Ideally you will have;

  • Experience using social media scheduling tool (Loomly, Hootsuite)
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Cloud and Canva
  • Familiar with using a CRM (SalesForce, Dynamics)

Core Skills and Abilities for the Position:

  • Open, proactive and approachable
  • Flexible work approach: open to change
  • Creative problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Understanding of and commitment to social justice principles for people with disability.


As an SCIA employee you will be entitled to a number of benefits including;

  • Competitive Salary package
  • PBI Fringe Benefits Salary Packaging
  • Access to our Health and Well Being package
  • On-going professional development and training opportunities
  • Flexible working arrangements

This role is to be worked in a hybrid mode; from home with the flexibility to work from SCIA'S offices in Little Bay and St Peters office.

The position is a fixed term contract role for the period of 12 months working part-time 30 hrs per week. Interviews will be conducted as applications are received.

Please click Apply now to submit your application.

You may contact Vic Baker at [email protected], using the subject line: Content Producer enquiry via EthicalJobs, for more information.

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