- Job posted on: 4th May 2020
- Applications close:
3 days a week
This role is ideal for a Marketing or Communications professional with a minimum of five years of experience, able to work independently and as part of a larger diverse team.
Reporting directly to the CEO, this part-time opportunity would suit a creative and organised communications professional who has a passion for community services and social justice issues.
You already have proven work experience in working independently and as part of a diverse team in a dynamic and client-centric setting. You are digitally savvy and have solid skills across a range of marketing disciplines. You will have experience with WordPress, HTML enewsletter platforms, and design programs such as Adobe, Canva and Vimeo. You will be organised, have good procedural skills, excellent attention to detail and great written and oral communication skills.
We need someone with the ability to work proactively and able to demonstrate a high level of initiative, professionalism and customer service. We are also very interested in a great cultural fit, so an interest in social justice issues would be favoured.
This is a great opportunity for a motivated marketing and communications professional to make their mark on a dynamic organisation looking to go to the next level.
Applicants will be subject to a Working with Children Check and the National Criminal Record Check.
Established in 1978, St Francis Social Services exists to uphold the intrinsic dignity of each person by providing support and advocacy to empower the most disadvantaged and marginalised within our community.
Our service focus:
Centre 360 Youth and Family Service
Centre 360 Youth and Family Service specialises in counselling, case work and early intervention for disadvantaged young people and their families. Our holistic services include: Family and youth counselling and case work, in-school early intervention and prevention group work, therapeutic groups for young people in out-of-home care and parenting programs.
The House of Welcome
The House of Welcome exists to welcome, shelter and empower people seeking asylum and refugees regardless of their age, gender, sexuality, nationality or religion. We provide client-centred holistic supports that nurture hope, advocate for justice and promote self-reliance, whilst acknowledging the dignity and the rights of everyone.
$75,000 to $83,000 pro rata + generous benevolent institution salary packaging available.