Marketing and communications officer

The Healthy Kids Association is searching for a passionate and results-driven marketing and communications dynamo. We need someone who is flexible, a team-player and keen to nab the coveted window spot at our HQ in St Leonards.

We’ll shortlist applicants that have:

  • Tertiary qualifications in marketing, communications, media or a relevant subject, plus at least two years’ experience in a similar role
  • A proven track record in publishing and achieving cut-through for a range of communications, including print and digital
  • The marketing skillset to drive all Healthy Kids’ efforts and prove ROI
  • Social media expertise including analytics
  • The ability to work to deadlines among competing priorities
  • Exceptional storytelling skills
  • A deep appreciate for collaboration
  • An entrepreneurial spirit
  • Some appreciation of the health sector, particularly nutrition
  • Experience in event management, or the willingness to learn
  • Experience in developing sponsors/partners, or the willingness to learn

You will be tech-savvy enough to understand and be able to operate:

  • InDesign CC
  • Content management systems, particularly WordPress
  • EDM software, particularly Campaign Monitor
  • Google Analytics and AdWords
  • Apple OS
  • Facebook and Twitter platforms, including analytics
  • SEO techniques

What you’ll get out of the role:

  • The power to drive all Healthy Kids marketing and communications efforts
  • The opportunity to lead Healthy Kids’ brand awareness and PR opportunities in mainstream media
  • Autonomy to get on with your job, and support when you need it
  • Healthy eating habits (whether you want them or not)
  • A deep understanding of the ‘food in schools’ space
  • Easy and instant engagement with the rest of the Healthy Kids team
  • Nice tax kicks from working at a not-for-profit
  • A stand-up desk

Please submit your application, addressing the criteria for the position along with your resume, to info@healthy-kids.com.au

Applications close on Friday 25 August 2017, with shortlisting to begin on the 11 September.