Communication and Marketing

Communications and Media Relations Officer – Greenpeace

Wednesday, 17 December 2014

For over 40 years, Greenpeace has been at the forefront of the world’s most pressing environmental issues. They are recruiting a Communications & Media Relations Officer, who will develop and implement communication strategies that deliver key messages to target audiences that help Greenpeace Australia Pacific to win campaigns. Ideally, a preferred candidate will be a communication expert with a background in journalism or public relations, maintaining relationships with both news and features media across print, radio, TV, and online mediums.

Location: Sydney, NSW.
Working hours: Full Time.
Salary: $74,521.52 plus super.
Applications close: Sunday, 11 January, 2015.
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Community Organiser (Outback Conservation) – Conservation Council of WA

Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Do you want to play a key community organising role in an historic opportunity to protect the State’s beautiful Outback landscapes and unique plants and animals? The WA Outback campaign is initially focused on an historic opportunity that the WA Government has to update laws to help create a modern Outback. As a Community Organiser, you will lead and coordinate engagement with the wider community to raise awareness and action in support of protecting the diverse land.

Location: Perth, Western Australia.
Working hours: Part Time, Full Time, Contract.
Salary: $50,000 to $60,000 per annum, negotiable on skills and experience plus 9.5% superannuation.
Applications close: Sunday, 5 January, 2015.
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Promotions Officer – Environment Centre NT

Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Environment Centre NT is seeking a Promotions Officer to be part of an innovative and collaborative energy efficiency behaviour change project. The successful candidate will coordinate and implement the communications and stakeholder engagement for the program with a particular focus on driving the recruitment of eligible households for home assessments involved in the 'Smart Cooling in the Tropics' Low Income Energy Energy Efficiency Project.

Location: Darwin, NT.
Working hours: Part time, Contract.
Salary: $58,655 - $63,350 pro rata to 22.8 hours (or 3 days) per week plus superannuation.
Applications close: Sunday, 5 January, 2015.
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