This permanent full time role based at the Woolloongabba office will lead the design and implementation of internal communication strategies, procedures, and projects to achieve effective and consistent communication across the organisation
$100,000 – $110,000 per annum + super + salary sacrificing option and meal entertainment
The Senior Communications Officer will lead the design and implementation of internal communication strategies, procedures, and projects to achieve effective and consistent communication across the organisation.
Duties and responsibilities
- Create and implement an organisation communications plan, with a focus on change management.
- Support the various project teams in managing and coordinating all internal communication activities.
- Partner with the Member Engagement Manager on external stakeholder communications including monthly communiques to our Member organisations.
- Identify and develop communications to highlight initiative priorities and results of QATSICPP’s program work.
- Work closely with the various QATSICPP program teams to identify key priority areas and formulate key messages.
- Support the maintenance of website content.
- Build and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
Desired skills and abilities
- Ability to research and analyse complex material, identify key issues, and develop innovative and creative solutions.
- Experience in the not-for-profit sector desired but not essential.
- Ability to work in a culturally responsive manner and in collaboration with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples while respecting our ways, our values and our approaches.
- A current valid Queensland Working with Children’s Card (Blue Card) or eligible to apply.
- Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field (e.g., Journalism, Communications or Marketing) and/or relevant work experience.
QATISCPP’s vision is a future where all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people are physically, emotionally, and spiritually strong, live in a safe, caring and nurturing environment within their own families and communities, and are afforded the same life opportunities available to other children and young people to fully realise their potential.
QATSICPP is the peak body representing, advocating, and supporting the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander child protection and family support sector in Queensland.
By sharing our collective knowledge and experience, we can all make a positive impact on policies and practices to combat the overrepresentation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Queensland’s child protection system.
If you would like further information, please email email@example.com. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their application as early as possible.
Applications will need to include a cover letter (1 page) demonstrating your key capabilities and experience supported by your current resume. Shortlisted candidates will be required to provide two professional referees.
QATSICPP is an equal opportunity employer that fosters a positive culture and offers a safe and supportive work environment. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
View more information and apply online. Applications close on Sunday, 19th March