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Digital Producer and Feature Writer – taste » New South Wales - What's the role? An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full time Digital Producer and Feature Writer to join the... team behind Australia's leading food publishing brands: taste.com.au and Australia's Best Recipes. As a content producer... • Thu, 23 MayNews Corp
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Digital Editor - WHO » Sydney, Sydney Region - Who Are We? Are Media is Australia’s leading omnichannel content company for women. Every day we influence, inform, inspire, and connect with 6 in 10 Australian women across magazine media, digital, video, social, e-commerce, customer review sites, podcasts, events and experiences. Our brands include The Australian Women’s Weekly, Better Homes & Gardens, Woman’s Day, marie claire, TV WEEK, New Idea, Now to Love, Australian Gourmet Traveller, BEAUTY/crew and ELLE . Through our Change AREgenda we drive meaningful and positive change for women Are Media employs Australia’s best content creation talent and we are proud that our greatest strength is our people. Why Are Media? Join Australia’s leading content company for women and be part of an inspiring, creative and collaborative team. We offer excellent people programs including: A day of leave for your birthday, 4 days of volunteering leave each year, An inclusive parental leave program that supports all parents, families & carers, FREE digital access to all our titles, and Our unique Are Media Learning Academy (Digital Academy, Lunch N Learns, Mentoring and much more). We support flexible ways of working through our Activity Based Working (ABW) model. We encourage a balance of working in the office and remotely and we believe this enables our people to do their best work. About the role WHO - the home of trusted celebrity news and entertainment in Australia - is on the look out for a hands-on and proactive Digital Editor. The Digital Editor is a lead content role with accountability for driving maximum online page views, traffic referrals and social engagement for WHO as well as supporting the brand’s broader e-commerce goals via the production of effective affiliate content. In this role you will work closely with the Editor to ideate and execute a daily content plan that aligns with the above goals and overarching company strategy. Duties The successful applicant will: Work with the Editor to manage a daily digital content plan for the WHO brand, ensuring output meets traffic targets Edit and write multiple SEO-optimised stories daily and craft eye-catching headlines suitable for social, web and search Use excellent SEO skills to amplify new and existing content to ensure maximum page views Continually monitor the celebrity news cycle and respond quickly to opportunities as they arise Use contacts within the industry to chase and secure exclusive celebrity content Ensure the brand's e-commerce targets are met by identifying and delivering on content opportunities Collaborate with writers of varying experience and skillsets to ensure a cohesive and collaborative team culture Use strong attention to detail to uphold tone and maintain authority of the brand online Leverage analytics and data to develop new editorial ideas and amplification strategies that will engage core readers, grow audience and achieve targets Skills and experience The ideal candidate will have: 4-6 years’ experience in digital media – preferably in the celebrity space. Fast-paced newsroom experience desirable Strong understanding of SEO Impressive content ideation skills and ability to pivot and adapt to ensure growth Eye for an angle and excellent headline-writing ability Understanding of affiliate platforms and their monetisation potential Experience of managing social media platforms and communities Experience with content management systems, photo editing and analytics tools. Relevant tertiary qualification. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Experience working with tools including, Conductor, Trackonomics, Google Analytics, Dash Hudson, Canva, Wordpress and Monday highly regarded. Are Media is committed to a diverse, respectful, collaborative & inclusive workplace. We know & value the success this brings for everyone and we welcome & encourage applications from diverse backgrounds. When you apply, please let us know of any reasonable adjustments you may need during the interview process. Please apply now and send your CV via the link. • Sat, 08 JunAre Media
Change & Communications Manager, Graduate Research » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job no: 0062873 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time (0.6 – 1 FTE negotiable); Fixed-term for 12 months Department: Research and Enterprise Salary: UOM 8 – $119,742 - $129,607 p.a. (pro rata for part-time) plus 17% super Develop and execute change and communication services Work on initiatives with broad University-wide impact Brilliant benefits and a flexible work environment About the Role We are seeking a highly motivated Change and Communications Manager to join our team. This role is perfect for those with experience in change management and communications who are looking to grow their leadership profile. As Change and Communications Manager, you will be responsible for developing and executing change and communication services to support the University’s graduate research community. You will work closely with a content writer, the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Graduate and International Research), staff in Chancellery (Research and Enterprise) and Student and Scholarly Services as well as liaising with colleagues in faculties and across the Chief Operating Officer’s Portfolio. Your responsibilities will include: Developing and executing a change plan for the migration of content and new or revised processes and procedures that arise from the program of work Gathering information and producing high-quality content and communication material for use across the Institution, including on websites, intranets, internal newsletters and social content Identifying and making recommendations on risks that may adversely impact the program’s outcomes Who we are looking for You have excellent communication skills and the ability to build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders. You will have sound understanding of contemporary change management methodologies and tools and experience managing multiple initiatives, prioritising tasks, and delivering results in complex and agile environments. Your ability to work proactively and independently, and also collaboratively and as part of a team will be vital to the role. You will also have: At least 3 years of change management and/or communications specialist experience Demonstrated experience developing communication strategies, using a variety of channels, media and delivery styles to support engagement of internal audiences Sound knowledge and skills in stakeholder management, change management planning, governance, strategy, engagement, business impact analysis, business readiness, and reinforcement and embedding Experience in providing strategic advice, exceptional client service and senior executive support in the context of a large, complex organisation For further information regarding responsibilities and requirements please refer to the attached PD. This role requires the successful candidate to undergo and maintain an up-to-date Working with Children Check. This is essential to guarantee a secure environment for all individuals at the University. In the case the selected candidate doesn't have a valid Working with Children Check, they will be able to apply for the WWCC as part of the initial onboarding procedures. Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position . This role requires current valid work rights for Australia. Y our new team – Research and Enterprise The Chancellery (Research and Enterprise) (CRE) portfolio within the Chancellery Division is led by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) (DVC (R)) and works in partnership with faculties to achieve the University’s research ambitions. The DVC (R) is the accountable officer for research at the University ensuring research is conducted to the highest ethical standards and with a commitment to excellence. What we offer you In addition, we offer the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community and enjoy a range of benefits including generous leave provisions, salary packaging, health and well-being services, and discounts on graduate courses. For more information check out our benefits page The University of Melbourne We’re tightly connected with the community, both at home and abroad. We take pride in our people, who all contribute to our mission to benefit society through the transformative impact of education and research. Discover more via our website and stay connected with our stories and people on LinkedIn . Be yourself The University of Melbourne values the unique backgrounds, experiences, and contributions that each person brings to our community and welcomes and celebrates diversity. First Nations people, those identifying as LGBTQIA, parents, carers, people of all ages, abilities, and genders, and people of diverse ethnicity, nationality, and faith are encouraged to apply. Our aim is to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live. For more information please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. We are dedicated to ensuring barrier free and inclusive practices to recruit the most talented candidates. If you require reasonable adjustments, please contact the employee listed on the first page of the Position Description found below, with an email containing your name and contact details for a confidential discussion. Please ensure your email is titled "Reasonable Adjustments Request". Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants We aspire to be the University of choice for Indigenous Australians, with unprecedented investment to attract, nurture, and retain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. Tangible support through a range of programs and initiatives will ensure that you personally succeed and flourish while at the University of Melbourne. For further information, including our 2023-2027 Indigenous strategy please visit - https://about.unimelb.edu.au/reconciliation/murmuk-djerring Join Us If you feel this role is right for you, please apply with the following documents: Resume Cover Letter outlining your interest and experience Please note that you are not required to respond to the selection criteria in the Position Description. If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please feel free to contact Ivanka Yan via email at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , ensuring that you include the Position Number and the Job Title as the subject. Please do not share your application to this email address. If you have any particular questions regarding the job please follow the contact details listed on the Position Description. Position Description • Sat, 08 JunThe University of Melbourne
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Content & Policy Writer - For The Legislation & Academic Governance Domain, based in the Integration Management Office (IMO) » Adelaide, SA - Integration Management Office (IMO) in the Legal and Governance Domain for a Content & Policy Writer. We are seeking three... Content & Policy Writers to contribute to one of the largest changes to higher education in Australia over the past 30 years... • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Adelaide$106561 - 119550 per year
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Marketing Campaign Manager » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - : We are looking for a special kind of person - a St Vincent's kind of person. Someone who puts compassion, connection and caring for other people at the heart of everything they do. Reporting to the Head of Marketing and Communications, the Marketing Campaign Manager is responsible for executing against our Marketing campaign strategy to support the pipeline and drive demand generation. They will oversee the overall campaign calendar for St Vincent's Care, assist with the development of the campaign strategy, and manage the end-to-end delivery of campaigns. From managing the production of campaigns, to styling and running photo-shoots, to assisting with interviews, this role will never be boring. This is a full-time position and offers fantastic work-life flexibility, with hybrid working arrangements (2 days in office at Bowen Hills; 3 days working from home). Plus, you'll get to work with a team whose motto is: Having fun will getting important things done. What's on your CV is important, but what's in your heart matters more. Because at St Vincent's, kindness works for us. Key responsibilities of the role: You'll be the first point of contact for marketing campaign enquiries and requests for advice. You will manage the execution and assist with the monitoring and measurement of marketing campaigns and their success. Ensure marketing campaigns are cost effective and adhere to the relevant budget set. Manage, brief, and oversee the work of internal colleagues and external agencies, such as designers, content writers, photographers, and printers. Strong understanding of branding ensuring that the organisation's brand and identity is adhered to in campaigns and in all communication channels. Manage the delivery of events including venue selection, budgeting, resource allocation, public relations, and marketing. Oversee marketing invoices and ensure timely payment to suppliers. Support the corporate website alongside the broader marketing team. Work collaboratively with SVHA communications network to ensure message consistency across all St Vincent's audience groups. Ensure all content upholds the Mission, Vision and Values of St Vincent's and Code of Conduct, and these principles are effectively integrated in all communication. Ensure your area of responsibility always operates in compliance with the Catholic Health Australia Code of Ethical Standards for Catholic Health and Aged Care Services in Australia and relevant legislation. Things that work for us: Tertiary qualification in marketing, communications, public relations or a related discipline. A minimum of two years' experience in a similar marketing or communications role. Proven experience coordinating marketing campaigns, branding & communications activity. Clear understanding of marketing channels, the most effective use of them, & best practices. Previous experience in using various digital marketing applications and integrating these into various campaigns. Ability to report on campaign results. Experience coordinating events and PR activities. Advanced skills in writing and editing for a variety of communication channels with excellent attention to detail. Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Knowledge of social media, intranet and other digital channel management & best practice. People and team focus, with compassion, emotional intelligence and a great work ethic. Ability to think creatively. You thrive on helping people solve their challenges to exceed consumer expectations, are proactive and show initiative. Ability to communicate with empathy to people from various backgrounds, building positive relationships with colleagues and cross-functional teams. Demonstrated ability to take initiative and generate ideas resulting in continuous improvement and innovation. You enjoy working within a team, and confidence to work independently. A great attitude, desire to learn/grow with a common sense, flexible & proactive work style. Current Flu and COVID-19 vaccination and National Police Certificate. Things that work for you: Competitive salary packaging options up to $15,990, Novated leasing, plus an optional Meals and Entertainment card up to $2,650 per annum Flexible working arrangements Opportunity to work for the nation's largest Catholic not-for-profit health and aged care provider, with a rapidly growing and progressive vision Friendly team environment with a great community care spirit Ability to visibly see your impact on the business and its service No cost uniforms and training Free annual flu vaccination Employee Assistance Program for staff and their families Access to the Fitness Passport (FP) Why become part of the St Vincent's Care family? Because you're like us, you believe that every act of kindness makes the world a better place. Better for everyone who lives in the 20 facilities and locations we operate in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. Better for all our staff and employees, who work tirelessly to provide the highest levels of care and quality of life for our clients. And better support for the local communities we play an important role in and continue to support. For more than 175 years, St Vincent's Care Services (SVCS) has been a leading Catholic provider of Aged Care Services in Australia and the legacy of compassion, justice, integrity and excellence entrusted to us by the Sisters of Charity and their Founder Mary Aitkenhead continues to inspire our work today. Out spiritual and hospital-based heritage has taught us that wellness is about more than medical needs. It's about building a true partnership around trust and respect. That's why we take a person-centred approach - delivering holistic, individual care that achieves wellbeing for mind, body and spirit. At St Vincent's we value inclusivity and diversity and acknowledge the important of creating a work environment that is welcome, safe, fair and impartial and invite people from all backgrounds to join our caring family. Reconciliation Action Plan As part of our Commitment to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap in employment related outcomes, we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. For further information, visit http://www.svha.org.au/about-us/reconciliation , https://www.svcs.org.au/people/aboriginal-torres-strait-islander-recruitment Interested? Apply today No agencies please. Position Description and Critical Job Demands Checklist: Contact Details: James Boshier Alternate Contact: Closing Date: 2 July 2024 11:59pm Reconciliation Action Plan: At St Vincent's we acknowledge the importance of creating a work environment that is welcoming, safe, equitable and inclusive for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Employees. As part of our Commitment to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap in employment related outcomes, we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. For further information, visit https://www.svha.org.au/about-us/reconciliation or get in contact at indigenouscareerssvha.org.au View Reconciliation Action Plan Code of Conduct: View Code of Conduct • Fri, 07 JunSt. Vincent's Hospital
SEO Content Writer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Company Description Discover Your Path at Keypath About Us: At Keypath, we invite you to be part of something transformative. As a global EdTech leader, we collaborate with prestigious universities to create and deliver online education solutions that tackle global social and economic challenges head-on. Join our dynamic, fast-growing international team that thrives on collaboration, innovation, and lifelong learning. With offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Chicago, and SE Asia, we are truly a global company. Today, we're a family of over 700 passionate "Keypathers" worldwide. Work Anywhere: At Keypath Education Australia, flexibility is our strength. We put our people first, allowing you to choose where you work - from home, in the office, or both. As a result we are open to applications from candidates based anywhere in Australia (as long as you have strong reliable internet). Only Australian based candidate with full Australian Work Rights will be considered for this position. The SEO Content Writer plays a key role in producing content articles and landing page content. They will collaborate with the content team to write content, research, ensure website content is accurate, follow editorial standards and use SEO best practices. The SEO Content Writer is responsible for creating SEO content that drives website traffic and helps consumers find products that fit their needs. Their expertise in writing quality SEO copy, monetising content, strong communication skills and the ability to meet tight deadlines will contribute to the success of our online presence. This role requires a highly organised and detail-oriented person passionate about content production and SEO. The successful candidate will have a well-rounded understanding of what it takes to create high-performing SEO content, connect with audiences and stand out among competitors. Key accountabilities include the following: Write clear and engaging SEO-optimised articles and landing pages Prepare and create content briefs Conduct keyword research to produce high-quality SEO-friendly content Research, fact-check, proofread and edit website content for editorial quality and SEO best practices Highlight product features by identifying unique selling points and monetising products in content Upload and format content on CMS platforms, ensuring best practices are followed Use consumer-friendly language to enhance the audience's understanding of products Stay up to date on relevant industry and SEO trends and complete competitor analyses Support team in driving content strategy, including measuring and offering recommendations Improve content for content audits Contribute content ideas and suggestions Produce content for social media platforms Work closely with cross-functional teams, including marketing, design and development Develop subject matter expertise and collaborate with subject matter experts to ensure accurate and up-to-date information is written Organise and conduct interviews with experts in the healthcare and education space Makes recommendations for process and workflow improvements Support PR and outreach initiatives Act as a spokesperson and respond to media enquiries Analyse and report on website performance Contribute to an in-house style guide Understand brand partner information, including pricing, start dates, categories, course types, study modes and other relevant data for Keypath websites Write marketing copy when required Qualifications Experience 3 years of experience in the following areas: SEO writing Content writing and production Editing and proofreading SEO content optimisation Writing for high-traffic websites Working in the healthcare or consumer media space (Preferred) Skills & Knowledge Strong writing skills Experience using Ahrefs, Semrush, Google Analytics and Google Search Console Understanding of SEO principles and best practices related to content Editorial and proofreading skills Familiarity with editorial style guides Bachelor's degree in communications, journalism, English literature, creative writing or a related field (or equivalent work experience) Strong written and oral communication skills Proven experience in website content management, preferably within a fast-paced corporate environment Familiarity with HTML, CSS and content management systems Competencies Can complete expert interviews when necessary Attention to detail Ability to produce error-free copy Strong organisational and time management skills Ability to prioritise tasks and meet tight deadlines Additional Information Benefits and Rewards: All the necessary equipment for success. Internet Allowance for remote work. Clear career progression pathways. Paid Mental Health days for your well-being. Toolkits for Digital Health and Mental Health support. Why Keypath? Embrace Your Authentic Self: A supportive culture recognized as a top workplace (Ranked 8 on 2023 the Best Places to Work Australia). Global EdTech Leader: Join an industry on the rise. Continuous Growth: Upskill through discounted study opportunities. Transform the World: Contribute to upskilling and reskilling globally. Make an Impact: Help solve future economic and social challenges. Join Keypath and make a difference. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds and offer inclusive support throughout the recruitment process. Apply now to unlock your potential with Keypath • Fri, 07 JunKeyPath
Content & Policy Writer - For The Legislation & Academic Governance Domain, based in the Integration Management Office (IMO) » Adelaide, Adelaide Region - (HEO8) $106.561 to $119,550 plus an employer contribution of 17% superannuation applies Based in the Integration Management Office (IMO) in the Legislation & Academic Governance Domain in the Adelaide CBD Multiple full-time fixed term contracts until 31 December 2025 Expressions of interest is now open for an opportunity within the Adelaide University Integration Management Office (IMO) in the Legal and Governance Domain for a Content & Policy Writer. We are seeking three Content & Policy Writers to contribute to one of the largest changes to higher education in Australia over the past 30 years and help shape the new Adelaide University. You will work for the University of Adelaide and be based in the Integration Management Office (IMO) in the Legislation & Academic Governance Domain. About the Domain The Integration Management Office (IMO) has established functional areas which are referred to as Domains. Each Domain is responsible for executing tasks and producing deliverables that are crucial to the establishment of the new Adelaide University. The Legislation & Academic Governance Domain is responsible for legal and legislative, regulatory, academic governance, contracts and delegations, policies, procedures and records management for the new Adelaide University. About the role You will work in collaboration with subject matter experts from The University of Adelaide (UoA) and the University of South Australia (UniSA) to strategically develop and draft a fresh suite of contemporary policies and procedures in line with the Policy Framework for the new Adelaide University. The role sits within the Interim Central Policy Unit (ICPU) which is a dedicated team skilled in contemporary policy writing, responsible for creating and centrally managing the development of all policies and procedures for Adelaide University. You will deliver the policies and procedures required to be developed between now and 1 January 2026. Core Responsibilities: Develop and edit new policies and procedures Manage and co-ordinate the production of Adelaide University policies and procedures to ensure that they are drafted, reviewed, consulted on, and submitted for approval on time Partner with stakeholders, subject matter experts and working groups to draft policies and procedures, including gathering insights and feedback, to ensure that policies and procedures are practical and meet requirements Provide drafting suggestions and solutions through logical, creative, and innovative thinking and timely, transparent, and consultative decision making Proactively conduct research, benchmarking, and analysis across a range of industries and sources to inform policy and procedure development to meet Adelaide University's evolving needs Essential Skills and Experience: Tertiary qualifications in a related discipline (e.g. law) or extensive experience in a comparable professional writing or editing position Experience in drafting and editing documents which are user friendly and readable by a diverse range of audiences with high level detail and accuracy Ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences and clearly articulate and present complex information in a meaningful and usable form Ability to work collaboratively and autonomously in a complex environment High level of initiative and problem-solving skills About the new Adelaide University The new Adelaide University will be a future-focused university, a magnet for talented staff and students alike. Combining the strengths of the University of South Australia and The University of Adelaide to deliver nation-leading curriculum and student experience, greater access to education, and world-class research excellence, the new institution will be recognised as one of the world’s top 100 universities. The Integration Management Office has been established to support the creation of the new Adelaide University which will drive the innovation and scale needed to make transformational investments for South Australia and beyond. Express your interest now Applicants are required to upload a cover letter and resume only. Please address your cover letter to Hinnd Ahmadie , Talent Acquisition Officer. For further information about the position or the recruitment process, please contact University of Adelaide Talent Acquisition Program talentacqadelaide.edu.au using job reference number 514299 . Applications close: 11:30pm Sunday 23 June 2024. The University of Adelaide is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. Female applicants, people with a disability and/or and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who meet the requirements of this position are strongly encouraged to apply. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at time of application. Download the Position Description Apply now Advertised: 06 Jun 2024 12:00 AM Applications close: 23 Jun 2024 11:55 PM Refer a friend • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Adelaide
Clinical Content Writer » Melbourne, VIC - The Clinical Content Writer position within Mental Health Online offers a unique opportunity to be part of a cutting-edge...’s Centre for Mental Health and Brain Sciences, you will facilitate the development and evaluation of new therapeutic content... • Thu, 06 JunSwinburne University of Technology on 5 Jun 2024
Growth Creative Copywriter » Sydney, NSW - appealing digital content across various platforms. The ideal candidate possesses a keen eye for design aesthetics, stays... from anywhere. Responsibilities Create innovative and compelling content for digital platforms, including social media, websites, video... • Thu, 06 JunCrypto.com
Clinical Content Writer » Hawthorn, VIC - The Clinical Content Writer position within Mental Health Online offers a unique opportunity to be part of a cutting-edge...’s Centre for Mental Health and Brain Sciences, you will facilitate the development and evaluation of new therapeutic content... • Wed, 05 JunSwinburne University of Technology
Content Writer » Melbourne, VIC - success of Energy Safe Victoria. About the opportunity We have an exciting permanent opportunity for a Content Writer... working as a content writer, copywriter or similar role. Ability to translate complex, technical information into plain... • Wed, 05 JunState Government of Victoria$103556 - 132687 per year
Features / List Writer for AndroidPolice.com - North America » Frederickton, NSW - Canada - (US/Canada). Are you an impeccable writer with a passion for everything Android? Want to work in a fast paced, collaborative... that we have a zero-tolerance policy regarding plagiarism on our site. Any AI content generating tools are also forbidden... • Wed, 05 JunBusy Pixel Media
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Content Writer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Our purpose is to keep Victorians energy safe and ensure energy is used confidently. Through education, regulation and enforcement, we work to ensure that energy safety, supply and efficiency are a priority in Victoria and something our customers can be confident in. Our people come from a wide range of professions with diverse skills and experience driving the success of Energy Safe Victoria. About the opportunity We have an exciting permanent opportunity for a Content Writer to join Energy Safe's Strategic Communications Team within the Customer and People Experience Division. You will contribute by: Develop, write and edit short and long-form content in accordance with brand tone-of-voice, government style and requirements related to readability, accessibility, inclusivity and search. Audit and assess content for structure, readability and metrics relevant to the related platform and customer demographic. Champion the use of plain English, our brand tone-of-voice and data-driven, customer-centric, accessible, inclusive language to internal and external stakeholders. Apply evidence-based learnings to the continuous improvement of best-practice content. Continually review and iterate content to ensure currency, accuracy and relevancy. Review and edit content with subject matter experts and other internal stakeholders. Collaborate with the Content Design Lead, Strategic Communications team members and other stakeholders to strategise, develop and implement high-quality content and communications assets. Conduct UX writing and information architecture reviews. Assist with proofreading tasks from Strategic Communications and other departments. To be successful, you'll have: Significant experience working as a content writer, copywriter or similar role. Ability to translate complex, technical information into plain English. Experience editing content for a variety of audiences and purposes. Experience using content management systems, with the adaptability to quickly learn and adjust to new platforms as needed. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, self-motivate, and manage/prioritise workload to meet tight deadlines. Demonstrated influencing and negotiation skills to effectively collaborate with internal and external stakeholders. Proven ability and willingness to provide assistance to others in an inclusive team environment. Proactive in seeking work and identifying and resolving issues. Advanced written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills. Experience working in government or regulatory environments (desired). How to apply Please refer to the available position description to assess your suitability and submit your current resume and cover letter via the Apply button. Applications will not be accepted via email. Energy Safe will conduct relevant checks about applicants and the information provided with an application including reference checks and a satisfactory National Police Check. Energy Safe Victoria values the unique backgrounds, experiences, and contributions that each person brings to our organisation and welcomes and celebrates diversity. Our aim is to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community that we are here to protect. We invite you to talk to us about any preferences or adjustments you may value or require to either the recruitment process or the role itself. If you identify as a person with disability, please let us know how we can provide additional support. For a confidential discussion, please contact Human Resources via humanresourcesenergysafe.vic.gov.au. Applications close at midnight Tuesday 18 June. This advertisement may close prior to the closure date if a high volume of applications is received, so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible. • Wed, 05 JunVictorian Government
Copywriter Melbourne | Naarm Posted Jun 03, 2024 » Melbourne, VIC - creative team in higher education sector! 3 month contract – 5 days per week – 3 days onsite at campus As Content... Specialist/Copywriter at this leading university, your focus will be to create wide ranging content including web content, emails... • Tue, 04 JunAquent$40 - 50 per hour
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Assistant Director Education Content Writer » Fyshwick, South Canberra - The role Working in a highly collaborative team, the Assistant Director - Education Content is responsible for writing and developing content to support sport integrity education interventions on topics such as doping, match-fixing, child safeguarding, racism, harassment, bullying and other sport integrity topics. This includes the development of engaging education content for resources such as posters, booklets, eLearning courses, videos, apps, and presentations. This role is also responsible for leading the ongoing development of the National Sport Integrity Curriculum which outlines the integrity learning objectives for athletes, coaches, parents, officials and administrators across all levels of sport. The role will also lead the development of annual surveys for each of these cohorts to monitor the effectiveness of Sport Integrity Australia's efforts to influence positive behaviours in sport. The ability to work with subject matter experts to distil complex information into plain English for a range of audiences will be critical, as will be the ability to manage multiple projects or a range of topics at once. Experience writing content for a range of audiences, across a variety of communication mediums is essential. Examples of the types of resources that would be required to be created by this role are available at: www.sportintegrity.gov.au/resources and elearning.sportintegrity.gov.au. Please note: This is an initial 12-month opportunity with possible extension. The key duties of the position include Key duties and accountabilities The duties for the Assistant Director, Education Content Writer will include but not limited to: Write engaging content to support the delivery of a range of print, digital and electronic resources including booklets, websites, posters, videos, eLearning courses etc on a range of sport integrity threats. Build and maintain a high level of knowledge about sport integrity threats like child safeguarding, harassment, racism, doping and match-fixing. Maintain and develop strong relationships with key partners including National Sporting Organisations, State Sporting Organisations and subject matter experts regarding sport integrity topics. Working with subject matter experts, assist in developing face to face education programs to support safe sport, and training a network of presenters to deliver sessions across Australia. In partnership with subject matter experts, develop the content for resources to support sporting administrators implement integrity policies in their sporting environments. Contribute to the development of the Sport Integrity Australia education plan. Development of the National Sport Integrity Curriculum for Parents, Officials and Administrators, and associated stakeholder survey to evaluate agency impact Leadership and performance management of direct reports. The key accountabilities of the Assistant Director Education Content Writer include, but are not limited to: Delivery of outcomes in line with the education strategy and education plan. Compliance with the International Standard for Education. Ensure confidentiality and the APS Values and Code of Conduct is adhered to at all times. Work both independently and collaboratively as part of a high performing team/organisation, establishing and maintaining effective partnerships with key internal and/or external stakeholders to identify, lead and deliver high quality business outcomes. Assist in the development and implementation of sustainable business development plans, strategies and systems. Comply with all of Sport Integrity Australia policies and procedures, including the PGPA Act. • Tue, 04 JunAPS
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Lifestyle & Content Reporter (12-month contract) » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Lifestyle & Content Reporter (12-month contract) Apply now Job no: 979188 Work type: Full-time, Maximum Term Contract Location: Sydney Are you an experienced lifestyle and commercial content writer seeking your next challenge in the industry? Are you interested in becoming part of Australia's leading news organisation dedicated to delivering quality content to audiences across Australia? Join Seven Network as our new 'Best Picks' Lifestyle & Content Reporter for 7News.com.au The Opportunity: 7NEWS' Best Picks shopping section is looking for an experienced lifestyle and content Reporter to join our dynamic team on a 12-month contract basis, producing shopping content on 7NEWS.com.au. Based in Sydney and reporting to the 7NEWS Best Picks Acting Editor, you will be responsible for filing daily shopping and affiliate content. From great deals to new products hitting the market we want our audience to know what's worthy of their hard-earned cash. They also expect high-quality reviews and interesting takes on products they may be keen to buy. With an emphasis on first-person perspectives on products, interviews with entrepreneurs, celebrities and influencers, this is an exciting opportunity in the world of consumer journalism. About You: You have a proven track record in crafting engaging lifestyle content for both print and online platforms and any experience writing affiliate content is highly desirable. If you're ready to elevate our audience's lifestyle experience, we want to hear from you You will have: Lifestyle or shopping reporting experience in print or online - e.g. beauty or fashion. Identify stories based around the latest trends and products. The ability to communicate ideas well and work with relevant video teams and the broader news team. Experience working on a CMS or in an online newsroom. Why Seven Network? We're looking for people like you to join on our mission to be the most connected news, sport and entertainment brand in Australia. Seven Network is where you can come to make a difference - in your career, in our company and in the lives of 19 million Australians that we reach each month. At the heart of our culture is the belief that creativity thrives on connection and collaboration - it's where the magic happens. Our offices across the country buzz with energy and inspiring interactions that can transform to magic on screen. Some of our perks: Recognition and Rewards programs: Our peer nominated "Moments that move us" program recognises and rewards our people who shine bright by living our values every day. Our 7Perks exclusive benefits platform provides discounts to over 500 retailers. Time to manage life events: Community Volunteering, Domestic and Family Violence Leave, Compassionate leave, Personal and Annual leave. Fertility leave: Up to 5 days paid per year Parental leave: Up to 14 weeks for the Primary Carer (dependent on service) and up to 3 weeks for the Secondary Carer (dependent on service) Total wellbeing approach: Nutritional, Exercise, Financial, Legal and Emotional wellbeing support via our EAP, Health and Wellbeing programs, and bespoke onsite events. Learn your own way: Own your learning by accessing our LeadingSWM and AccelerateSWM programs. Decide what and when you learn with a mix of just in time online learning and facilitated programs. Be mentored by the best in the business as part of our SPARK Mentoring program. Better Together Our "Better Together" Employee Advocacy Groups drive diversity, and inclusion efforts across the company ensuring that Seven is an authentic workplace where everybody belongs. We're proud to be Australia's first media company to achieve the WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality certification and partners with UN Women. In 2023 we launched our RAP as our commitment to reconciliation with Indigenous and First Nations communities and providing education and meaningful accountability for Seven and our people. Our values are our compass. They serve as our roadmap to lead us not just to deliver great work but help to shape everything we do. Your Professional Adventure Awaits Ready to embark on your career adventure? Apply now and become an integral part of shaping the future of Australian media. The Seven Network is an equal-opportunity employer, and we are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace. 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You must agree to the privacy statement Subscribe Current opportunities Position Location Closes Lifestyle & Content Reporter (12-month contract) Sydney 7NEWS' Best Picks shopping section is looking for an experienced lifestyle and content Reporter to join our dynamic team on a 12-month contract basis, producing shopping content on 7NEWS.com.au. Powered by PageUp Seven West Media is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace. Recruitment Agencies: Seven West Media does not accept any unsolicited agency resumes. Seven West Media is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes. • Mon, 03 JunSeven West Media
Principal Technical Writer, IT and Cyber Governance » Australia - Information Technology Services - IT Governance Broaden your career within one of QLD's largest employers Research, develop and review IT policy documents addressing cyber risks Achieve a work-life balance with 36.25 hours/wk, purchased leave, WFH more Based at our vibrant St Lucia campus About UQ As part of the UQ community, you will have the opportunity to work alongside the brightest minds, who have joined us from all over the world. Everyone here has a role to play. As a member of our professional staff cohort, you will be actively involved in working towards our vision of a better world. By supporting the academic endeavour across teaching, research, and the student life, you will have the opportunity to contribute to activities that have a lasting impact on our community. Join a community where excellence is at the core of our culture, contributions are valued and a range of benefits and rewards are available, such as: 26 weeks paid parental leave or 14 weeks paid primary caregiver leave 17% superannuation contributions 17.5% annual leave loading Health and wellness discounts - fitness passport access, free yearly flu vaccinations, discounted health insurance, and access to our Employee Assistance Program for staff and their immediate family On campus childcare options Cheap parking (from just $5.75 a day) Salary packaging options About This Opportunity The Principal Technical Writer, IT and Cyber Governance is responsible for supporting the Manger, IT Governance, Risk and Assurance and cyber security subject matter experts (SME), to research, develop and review IT policy documents that address existing and emerging cyber risks, and coordinate effective implementation and assurance. The role also involves supporting the broader activities of the IT Policy, Risk and Assurance team under the direction of the Manger, IT Governance, Risk and Assurance. Key responsibilities will include: Governance: Support IT staff to plan, coordinate, develop and maintain governance frameworks, policies, procedures, standards, and documentation for the IT function, specifically focusing on the cyber security domain. In addition, you will assist with research, data analysis and recommendations on priorities for strategic policy development. Policy Development and Implementation: Collaborate with SMEs to develop well-written policy documents addressing risks and controls, provide authoritative advice on policy writing, maintain awareness of IT regulations in higher education, assist in improving compliance and awareness of IT policies, and ensure documents align with standard frameworks and UQ style guides. Compliance and Assurance: Assist in assessing UQ's adherence to IT policies and frameworks, collaborate with staff in the ITS division to improve compliance, participate in stakeholder workshops on policy changes, support monitoring compliance exposures, promote cyber security practices, and perform other relevant duties within their skills and training. This is a full-time (100%), fixed-term position until July 2026. At HEW level 7, the full-time equivalent base salary will be in the range $96,649 - $105,244, plus a generous super allowance of up to 17%. The total FTE package will be up to $113,080 - $123,136 annually. As these roles are covered by an Enterprise Agreement, you will also receive regular remuneration increases in line with the Enterprise Agreement. About You Our ideal candidate will have relevant degree qualification with at least 4 years subsequent relevant experience or extensive experience in a governance or compliance role or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education or training. In addition, you will possess: Experience as a technical writer practiced in developing content that is suitable for both technical and non-technical audiences. Knowledge of contemporary governance and compliance management frameworks, risk management standards and practices, particularly in the context of large complex organisations. Well-developed interpersonal skills with the ability to build and maintain productive relationships to effectively influence, negotiate, and resolve substantial and sensitive issues with internal and external stakeholders. Highly developed discovery, analytical, evaluation and written communication skills to provide quality advice and reports to inform decision-making on complex policy issues. Demonstrated capacity to act independently, objectively and with integrity. Broad knowledge/experience in information technology, including knowledge of common cyber security risks and controls, sufficient to prepare and draft IT policy documents including policies, procedures, local standard operating procedures, frameworks and technical standards, or ability to rapidly acquire knowledge. Experience working in the higher education sector will be highly regarded. In addition, the following mandatory requirements apply: Work Rights: You must have unrestricted work rights in Australia for the duration of this appointment to apply. Visa sponsorship is not available for this appointment. Background Checks: All final applicants for this position may be asked to consent to a criminal record check. Please note that people with criminal records are not automatically barred from applying for this position. Each application will be considered on its merits. Questions? For more information about this opportunity, please contact Ms Carolyn Novello, Manager, IT Policy, Risk and Assurance, via c.novellouq.edu.au. For application queries, please contact talentuq.edu.au stating the job reference number (below) in the subject line. Want to Apply? All applicants must upload the following documents in order for your application to be considered: Cover letter addressing the 'About You' section Resume Other Information At UQ we know that our greatest strengths come from our diverse mix of colleagues, this is reflected in our ongoing commitment to creating an environment focused on equity, diversity and inclusion. We ensure that we are always attracting, retaining and promoting colleagues who are representative of the diversity in the broader community, whether that be gender identity, LGBTQIA, cultural and/or linguistic, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with a disability, or age. Accessibility requirements and/or adjustments can be directed to talentuq.edu.au. If you are a current employee (including casual staff and HDR scholars) or hold an unpaid/affiliate appointment, please login to your staff Workday account and visit the internal careers board to apply for this opportunity. Please do NOT apply via the external job board. Applications close 13 June 2024 at 11.00pm AEST (Job Reference Number - R-38915). • Mon, 03 JunThe University of Queensland
Content Writer - Integrated Units Australia » Australia - education. Whoever you are, whatever you teach, Twinkl is here for you! The Role: As a Content Writer for Integrated Units... resources at an unbeatable value. We have over a million editable resources, and new content is added every day. Don't... • Sat, 01 JunTwinkl$28 per hour
Content Writer - Topics Australia » Australia - education. Whoever you are, whatever you teach, Twinkl is here for you! The Role: As a Content Writer for Classic... sprint goals. In this role, you will learn: The ins and outs of being a Content Writer at Twinkl; How to respond... • Fri, 31 MayTwinkl$28 per hour
Content Writer - Languages Australia » Australia - education. Whoever you are, whatever you teach, Twinkl is here for you! The Role: As a Content Writer for Languages... of being a Content Writer at Twinkl; How to respond to customer requests and feedback; The production process... • Fri, 31 MayTwinkl$28 per hour
Content Writer - Topics Australia » Australia - , Twinkl is here for you! The Role: As a Content Writer for Classic Aus Topics, you will be helping to create resources..., you will learn: The ins and outs of being a Content Writer at Twinkl; How to respond to customer requests and feedback; The... • Fri, 31 MayTwinkl$54600 per year
Content Writer/Editor - Australia Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples » Australia - are looking for an experienced and innovative Content Writer/Content Editor for the creation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples related... of being a Content Writer/Editor at Twinkl; How to respond to customer requests and feedback; The production process... • Fri, 31 MayTwinkl$28 per hour
Content Writer - Integrated Units Australia » Australia - , Twinkl is here for you! The Role: As a Content Writer for Integrated Units, you will be helping to create resources.... We have over a million editable resources, and new content is added every day. Don't see what you need? Just ask! We make bespoke... • Fri, 31 MayTwinkl$54600 per year
Content Writer - Languages Australia » Australia - , Twinkl is here for you! The Role: As a Content Writer for Languages Australia, you will create engaging, curriculum.... We have over a million editable resources, and new content is added every day. Don't see what you need? Just ask! We make bespoke... • Fri, 31 MayTwinkl$54600 per year
Content Writer/Editor - Australia Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples » Australia - , Twinkl is here for you! The Role: Team Australia are looking for an experienced and innovative Content Writer/Content... members in a scrum team to achieve sprint goals. In this role, you will learn: The ins and outs of being a Content Writer... • Fri, 31 MayTwinkl$54600 per year
Senior Product Designer » The Rocks, Sydney - About Karbon Karbon is the global leader in practice management software for growth-minded accounting firms. We provide an award-winning, highly collaborative cloud platform that streamlines work and communication, enabling the average accounting firm using Karbon to save 16 hours per week, per employee. We have customers in 34 countries and have grown into a globally distributed team, with our people based throughout the US, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United Kingdom. We are well-funded, ranked 1 on G2, have a fantastic team culture, are growing rapidly, and making a global impact. Karbon is looking for an experienced Product Designer to join our top-quality Product Design team to help invent the future of the Karbon product. We are about to tackle some really big things and need experienced end-to-end Product Designers with the full suite of UX, UI, and visual design skills to make it happen - if this sounds like you, let's talk. About this role This is a senior role that will work closely with the Design, Product Management, and Engineering teams to research, understand user needs and explore design solutions to push the Karbon product to be the global leader in practice management. You'll drive projects big and small, assess problems, take ownership, find solutions, and see things through to delivery with autonomy. You'll communicate clearly with your colleagues and lend a helping hand when needed. Some of your main responsibilities will include: Design leadership - working alongside Product Managers and Tech Leads to deliver successful solutions Applying your design expertise and experience to all aspects of the product design process Providing design solutions that solve customer and business needs while maintaining a high-quality, premium customer experience across the product Developing user stories, prototypes, design mockups, and detailed specs to communicate the design solution to the team Providing constructive, detailed feedback to your sprint team Being a thoughtful and passionate voice for design Mentoring less experienced colleagues Being the guardian of the brand experience in product - simplicity, usability, and quality should always be a part of your decision-making process Discussing and debating design concepts robustly to find the best possible solutions Constantly thinking about new ways to improve the efficiency of your design process while maintaining high design standards About You Candidates with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply: Extensive professional experience designing high-quality digital products Top-tier UX, layout, and visual design skills - this team is responsible for end-to-end product design from concept to go-to-market, so you'll need the full suite of skills to make it happen Maturity to discuss ideas critically, contribute to strategic decisions, and always be open to adopting someone else's idea if it's better than your own A fascination with experimentation, testing, and analytics - if a new design doesn't achieve its aim better than the last one, then what was the point? Confident writer of short-form content - words are design too Based in Sydney and ideally able to join the office 2 days/week Karbon embraces diversity and inclusion, aligning with our values as a business. Research has shown that women and underrepresented groups are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single criteria. If you've made it this far in the but your past experience doesn't perfectly align, we do encourage you to still apply. You could still be the right person for the role When we look for talent to join our team, we want unique, creative, and amazing people that align with values, and help us build a world-class product and company. Diversity and inclusion are fundamental to who we are, and what has always made us tick. We recruit and reward people based on capability and performance. We don't discriminate based on race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, lifestyle, age, educational background, national origin, religion, physical or cognitive ability, and other diversity dimensions, that may hinder inclusion in the organization. Generally, if you are a good person, we want to talk to you. If there are any adjustments or accommodations that we can make to assist you during the recruitment process, and your journey at Karbon, contact us at people.supportkarbonhq.com for a confidential discussion. At this time, we request that agency referrals are not submitted for this position. We appreciate your understanding and encourage direct applications from interested candidates. Thank you • Fri, 31 MayKarbon
Content Writer - Languages Australia » Australia - Location: Australia - 100% Remote / Home Working (Must permanently live in Australia & have the right to work without restrictions to apply for this role) Pay Rate: $28 AUD per hour Contract: 12-month initial contract (Highly likely to be extended, but no guarantees) - Self-employed contractor. Responsible for own taxes. Hours of work: 15 hours per week - Part Time Hiring Manager: Charley Buck Recruiter: Frazer Morton First things first What is Twinkl? What is Twinkl's mission? Twinkl is here to "help those who teach." It's what brings us to work every day. We're proud to create educational resources that can be used at each step of a child's learning journey. Our award-winning resource collection - created by teachers for teachers - provides unlimited supplementary digital and printable teaching resources at an unbeatable value. We have over a million editable resources, and new content is added every day. Don't see what you need? Just ask We make bespoke resources for our members as part of our world-class customer service promise to help those who teach. We support educators and children around the world, and we’re committed to transforming lives through education. Whoever you are, whatever you teach, Twinkl is here for you The Role: As a Content Writer for Languages Australia, you will create engaging, curriculum-aligned resources for Australian primary classrooms (Foundation to Year 6). You will develop innovative language learning materials that meet Australian Curriculum requirements and collaborate with Content Editors, Illustrators, and Designers to produce high-quality content. Ideal candidates are proficient in a language other than English, have experience teaching it in Australian primary schools, and understand the relevant Australian Curriculum. Strong writing skills and a creative approach are essential. If you're enthusiastic about enhancing language education, apply now This role does not require you to work from the Twinkl office although you must be available for face-to-face meetings over webcam. The hours can be worked whenever suits you as long as the hours are completed within each week. If you are working from home, you will need to provide your own device to work on and a reliable, high-speed internet connection. We are looking for working teachers (part-time or casual relief) who can do this around their teaching. Ongoing projects/how you’ll spend your day: Ideate, develop and create innovative new resources for languages, aligned with the Australian Curriculum; Work and communicate with other team members in a scrum team to achieve sprint goals. In this role, you will learn: The ins and outs of being a Content Writer at Twinkl; How to respond to customer requests and feedback; The production process required for creative new and innovative resources; How a production team works together across different markets and countries. You’ll work with: Other Australia team members – the team will consist of Content Writers, Content Editors, Designers and Illustrators in Australia and the UK; Product Owner - Grace Want; Team Leaders - Liam Rogerson and Wendy Suminska (one of whom will be your Line Manager). Requirements To succeed in the role, you will: Be passionate about and have a genuine interest in language education and diverse cultures. Have enthusiasm for creating exciting and engaging language learning resources aligned with the Australian Curriculum. Have knowledge and experience in teaching the Australian Curriculum in F-6; Be able to work collaboratively with Content Editors and other production team members, and be open to receiving constant feedback throughout the different production stages; Be committed to representing diversity through the work you produce, and have a good understanding of associated issues; Be aware of and implement Twinkl Brand guidelines; Be aware of and constantly review gaps in the market, as well as being aware of competitor releases. We're interested in anyone who meets one, or a combination of the following: Qualifications: undergraduate or postgraduate in primary education or appropriate equivalent degree; Minimum of 3 years relevant and recent primary teaching experience and market awareness; Is fluent in a language other than English; Has a passion for teaching and creating fun, engaging classroom experiences Likes to work collaboratively with different teams across time zones. Has excellent communication and ICT skills; Has exceptional spelling and grammar. Benefits In return for everything you can bring, we can offer you an exciting role in a fast-growing and dynamic business, with plenty of career opportunities. Here are a couple of the things that make Twinkl a great place to be: A friendly, welcoming and supportive culture. We believe work should be fun and always put people before process. Flexible working with opportunities to work from home. Diversity, inclusion and belonging – we celebrate diversity and encourage applications from people of all different cultures and backgrounds including groups for LGBTQ, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, people of all ages, races and religions, disabilities (visible and invisible), women in Tech and working parents. Continuous Professional Development (CPD) - Our ever-evolving program includes: Monthly progression reviews, Twinkl’s Management Scheme, commercial awareness training, leadership coaching quads, career chats and mentoring. Our Recruitment Process: • Thu, 30 MayTwinkl
Content Writer/Editor - Australia Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples » Australia - Location: Australia - 100% Remote / Home Working (Must permanently live in Australia & have the right to work without restrictions to apply for this role) Pay Rate: $28 AUD per hour Contract: 12-month initial contract (Highly likely to be extended, but no guarantees) - Self-employed contractor. Responsible for own taxes. Hours of work: 15 hours per week - Part Time Hiring Manager: Charley Buck Recruiter: Frazer Morton First things first What is Twinkl? What is Twinkl's mission? Twinkl is here to "help those who teach." It's what brings us to work every day. We're proud to create educational resources that can be used at each step of a child's learning journey. Our award-winning resource collection - created by teachers for teachers - provides unlimited supplementary digital and printable teaching resources at an unbeatable value. We have over a million editable resources, and new content is added every day. Don't see what you need? Just ask We make bespoke resources for our members as part of our world-class customer service promise to help those who teach. We support educators and children around the world, and we’re committed to transforming lives through education. Whoever you are, whatever you teach, Twinkl is here for you The Role: Team Australia are looking for an experienced and innovative Content Writer/Content Editor for the creation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples related content within the Australian product. They will support with work on resources to address the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures cross-curriculum priority within the Australian Curriculum. They will also work closely with the Australian Content Advisor for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, Belinda Huntriss. The ideal candidate will have experience teaching in an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples context, a working knowledge of the Australian Curriculum, and be able to demonstrate a thorough understanding and application of commonly accepted guidelines related to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples culture and history. You’ll work within our Topics and Languages Australia team, who create resources specifically designed for Australian educators and children to cover 100 different events. Alongside remote learning and Back to School resources, our topics content often receives top user requests and downloads. We are looking for someone who is passionate about helping those who teach by providing high quality resources that react to requirements of Australian educators and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples communities. Ongoing projects/how you’ll spend your day: Develop creative and innovative resources to address the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures cross-curriculum priority within the Australian Curriculum. Edit content that has been created by Content Writers to address gaps in our current offering of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander related resources,, aligned to the Australian Curriculum; Work and communicate with other team members in a scrum team to achieve sprint goals. In this role, you will learn: The ins and outs of being a Content Writer/Editor at Twinkl; How to respond to customer requests and feedback; The production process required for creative new and innovative resources; How a production team works together across different markets and countries. You’ll work with: Other Australia team members – the team will consist of Content Writers, Content Editors, Designers and Illustrators in Australia and the UK; Product Owner - Grace Want; Australia Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Content Advisor - Belinda Huntriss; Team Leaders - Liam Rogerson and Wendy Suminska (one of whom will be your Line Manager). Requirements To succeed in the role, you will: Be passionate about and have a genuine interest for addressing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures; Have enthusiasm for creating exciting and engaging new resource content, aligned to the Australian Curriculum; Have knowledge and experience in teaching of the Australian Curriculum in F-6; Be able to work collaboratively with Content Editors and other production team members, and be open to receiving constant feedback throughout the different production stages; Be committed to representing diversity through the work you produce, and have a good understanding of associated issues; Be aware of and implement Twinkl Brand guidelines; Be aware of and constantly review gaps in the market, as well as being aware of competitor releases. We're interested in anyone who meets one, or a combination of the following: Qualifications: undergraduate or postgraduate in primary education or appropriate equivalent degree; Minimum of 3 years relevant and recent primary teaching experience and market awareness; Has an understanding and knowledge of different Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples histories, cultures and languages. Up to date knowledge of current AC initiatives with regards to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples histories and cultures cross-curriculum priority. Extensive knowledge and experience in an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples teaching context. Fresh ideas and insight into teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students Creative approach to lesson planning and resources. Excellent ICT and communication skills. Good spelling and grammar, with attention to detail. Benefits In return for everything you can bring, we can offer you an exciting role in a fast-growing and dynamic business, with plenty of career opportunities. Here are a couple of the things that make Twinkl a great place to be: A friendly, welcoming and supportive culture. We believe work should be fun and always put people before process. Flexible working with opportunities to work from home. Diversity, inclusion and belonging – we celebrate diversity and encourage applications from people of all different cultures and backgrounds including groups for LGBTQ, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, people of all ages, races and religions, disabilities (visible and invisible), women in Tech and working parents. Continuous Professional Development (CPD) - Our ever-evolving program includes: Monthly progression reviews, Twinkl’s Management Scheme, commercial awareness training, leadership coaching quads, career chats and mentoring. Our Recruitment Process: • Thu, 30 MayTwinkl
Content Writer - Integrated Units Australia » Australia - Location: Australia - 100% Remote / Home Working (Must permanently live in Australia & have the right to work without restrictions to apply for this role) Pay Rate: $28 AUD per hour Contract: 12-month initial contract (Highly likely to be extended, but no guarantees) - Self-employed contractor. Responsible for own taxes. Hours of work: 15 hours per week - Part Time Hiring Manager: Charley Buck Recruiter: Frazer Morton First things first What is Twinkl? What is Twinkl's mission? Twinkl is here to "help those who teach." It's what brings us to work every day. We're proud to create educational resources that can be used at each step of a child's learning journey. Our award-winning resource collection - created by teachers for teachers - provides unlimited supplementary digital and printable teaching resources at an unbeatable value. We have over a million editable resources, and new content is added every day. Don't see what you need? Just ask We make bespoke resources for our members as part of our world-class customer service promise to help those who teach. We support educators and children around the world, and we’re committed to transforming lives through education. Whoever you are, whatever you teach, Twinkl is here for you The Role: As a Content Writer for Integrated Units, you will be helping to create resources specifically designed to align with the Australia Curriculum for HASS, Science and Technologies. You will have experience teaching in Australia across the primary years with a passion and in-depth knowledge of the Australian curriculum. You will write and develop creative, innovative resources, working closely with other team members such as Content Editors, Illustrators and Designers. This role does not require you to work from the Twinkl office although you must be available for face-to-face meetings over webcam. The hours can be worked whenever suits you as long as the hours are completed within each week. If you are working from home, you will need to provide your own device to work on and a reliable, high-speed internet connection. We are looking for working teachers (part-time or casual relief) who can do this around their teaching. Ongoing projects/how you’ll spend your day: Ideate, develop and create innovative new resources for HASS, Science, Technologies and STEM for students, aligned to the Australian Curriculum; Support the English team and write resources for them when required; Work and communicate with other team members in a scrum team to achieve sprint goals. In this role, you will learn: The ins and outs of being a Content Writer at Twinkl; How to respond to customer requests and feedback; The production process required for creative new and innovative resources; How a production team works together across different markets and countries. You’ll work with: Other Australia team members – the team will consist of Content Writers, Content Editors, Designers and Illustrators in Australia and around the world; Sarah Riddoch (Team Leader), who will be your line manager; Della King (Product Owner). Requirements To succeed in the role, you will: Be passionate about and have a genuine interest for teaching HASS, Science, Technologies, STEM and English; Have enthusiasm for creating exciting and engaging new resource content, aligned to the Australian Curriculum; Have knowledge and experience in teaching of the Australian Curriculum in F-6; Have fresh ideas and a good insight into what Australian teachers want and need, and how to execute this Be able to work collaboratively with Content Editors and other production team members, and be open to receiving constant feedback throughout the different production stages; Be committed to representing diversity through the work you produce, and have a good understanding of associated issues; Be aware of and implement Twinkl Brand guidelines; Be aware of and constantly review gaps in the market, as well as being aware of competitor releases. We're interested in anyone who meets one, or a combination of the following: Undergraduate or postgraduate in education or appropriate equivalent qualifications; Minimum of 3 years relevant and recent primary teaching experience and market awareness; Has a passion for teaching and creating fun, engaging classroom experiences Likes to work collaboratively with different teams across time zones Has excellent communication and ICT skills. Has exceptional spelling and grammar. Benefits In return for everything you can bring, we can offer you an exciting role in a fast-growing and dynamic business, with plenty of career opportunities. Here are a couple of the things that make Twinkl a great place to be: A friendly, welcoming and supportive culture. We believe work should be fun and always put people before process. Flexible working with opportunities to work from home. Diversity, inclusion and belonging – we celebrate diversity and encourage applications from people of all different cultures and backgrounds including groups for LGBTQ, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, people of all ages, races and religions, disabilities (visible and invisible), women in Tech and working parents. Continuous Professional Development (CPD) - Our ever-evolving program includes: Monthly progression reviews, Twinkl’s Management Scheme, commercial awareness training, leadership coaching quads, career chats and mentoring. Our Recruitment Process: • Thu, 30 MayTwinkl
Content Writer - Topics Australia » Australia - Location: Australia - 100% Remote / Home Working (Must permanently live in Australia & have the right to work without restrictions to apply for this role) Pay Rate: $28 AUD per hour Contract: 12-month initial contract (Highly likely to be extended, but no guarantees) - Self-employed contractor. Responsible for own taxes. Hours of work: 15 hours per week - Part Time Hiring Manager: Charley Buck Recruiter: Frazer Morton First things first What is Twinkl? What is Twinkl's mission? Twinkl is here to "help those who teach." It's what brings us to work every day. We're proud to create educational resources that can be used at each step of a child's learning journey. Our award-winning resource collection - created by teachers for teachers - provides unlimited supplementary digital and printable teaching resources at an unbeatable value. We have over a million editable resources, and new content is added every day. Don't see what you need? Just ask We make bespoke resources for our members as part of our world-class customer service promise to help those who teach. We support educators and children around the world, and we’re committed to transforming lives through education. Whoever you are, whatever you teach, Twinkl is here for you The Role: As a Content Writer for Classic Aus Topics, you will be helping to create resources specifically designed for Australian educators and children to cover 100 different events. Alongside remote learning and Back to School resources, our topics content often receives top user requests and downloads. You will have experience teaching in Australia across the primary years with a passion and in-depth knowledge of different events and topics. You will write and develop creative, innovative resources, working closely with other team members such as Content Editors, Illustrators and Designers. This role does not require you to work from the Twinkl office although you must be available for face-to-face meetings over webcam. The hours can be worked whenever suits you as long as the hours are completed within each week. If you are working from home, you will need to provide your own device to work on and a reliable, high-speed internet connection. We are looking for working teachers (part-time or casual relief) who can do this around their teaching. Ongoing projects/how you’ll spend your day: Ideate, develop and create innovative new resources to cover approximately 100 topics and events, aligned to the Australian Curriculum; Work and communicate with other team members in a scrum team to achieve sprint goals. In this role, you will learn: The ins and outs of being a Content Writer at Twinkl; How to respond to customer requests and feedback; The production process required for creative new and innovative resources; How a production team works together across different markets and countries. You’ll work with: Other Australia team members – the team will consist of Content Writers, Content Editors, Designers and Illustrators in Australia and the UK; Product Owner - Grace Want; Team Leaders - Liam Rogerson and Wendy Suminska (one of whom, will be your Line Manager). Requirements To succeed in the role, you will: Be passionate about and have a genuine interest for different annual events and topics; Have enthusiasm for creating exciting and engaging new resource content, aligned to the Australian Curriculum; Have knowledge and experience in teaching of the Australian Curriculum in F-6; Be able to work collaboratively with Content Editors and other production team members, and be open to receiving constant feedback throughout the different production stages; Be committed to representing diversity through the work you produce, and have a good understanding of associated issues; Be aware of and implement Twinkl Brand guidelines; Be aware of and constantly review gaps in the market, as well as being aware of competitor releases. We're interested in anyone who meets one, or a combination of the following: Qualifications: undergraduate or postgraduate in primary education or appropriate equivalent degree; Minimum of 3 years relevant and recent primary teaching experience and market awareness; Has a passion for teaching and creating fun, engaging classroom experiences Likes to work collaboratively with different teams across time zones. Has excellent communication and ICT skills; Has exceptional spelling and grammar. Benefits In return for everything you can bring, we can offer you an exciting role in a fast-growing and dynamic business, with plenty of career opportunities. Here are a couple of the things that make Twinkl a great place to be: A friendly, welcoming and supportive culture. We believe work should be fun and always put people before process. Flexible working with opportunities to work from home. Diversity, inclusion and belonging – we celebrate diversity and encourage applications from people of all different cultures and backgrounds including groups for LGBTQ, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, people of all ages, races and religions, disabilities (visible and invisible), women in Tech and working parents. Continuous Professional Development (CPD) - Our ever-evolving program includes: Monthly progression reviews, Twinkl’s Management Scheme, commercial awareness training, leadership coaching quads, career chats and mentoring. Our Recruitment Process: • Thu, 30 MayTwinkl
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Global Creative and Content Leader (Parental leave cover) - South Bank, QLD » Queensland, Australia - About the Opportunity The Flight Centre Brand Marketing team is a group of some of Australia’s best talent all sitting under one roof. Together, we work to push the boundaries of success for one of the world’s largest travel agency brands. As the Global Discipline Leader of Creative and Content, you will be responsible for developing and executing the overall creative vision and strategy for our brand across all platforms. You will lead a team of creatives, content writers and social media specialists to drive brand awareness, engagement, and loyalty globally. This role requires a creative and strategic thinker with a strong understanding of digital marketing, social media trends, and brand development. You will lead cross-functional teams to drive the brand look and feel, engage new and existing customers across owned and paid channels, and ensure alignment of the global brand strategy across all regions. What you will be doing Develop and implement a comprehensive creative strategy to elevate our brand and drive engagement across all digital channels Lead a team of creative professionals, including content creators, designers, and social media managers, to execute the creative strategy and deliver high-quality content that resonates with our target audience Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including marketing, product, and sales, to ensure alignment and consistency in brand messaging and creative direction Stay up to date with industry trends and best practices in digital marketing, social media, and brand development to identify new opportunities for growth and innovation Monitor and analyse the performance of our creative campaigns and initiatives to optimize engagement and ROI Manage the global brand and creative budget and resource allocation to ensure efficient and effective execution of projects Lead the Discipline teams responsible for the marketing elements of: Creative – branding, retail merchandising Organic social media, content Global brand execution On occasion meetings will be required outside of business hours (not weekends) however flexible time will always be provided What you will bring to the role Minimum 5 years of experience in Creative, Content or Brand roles 3 years of experience in a similar role, with a proven track record of developing and executing successful creative and/content campaigns and strategies Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, or a related field; Master’s degree preferred. Experience leading teams, bonus for remote teams What you'll enjoy: ‍♀️Culture: you will be employed by an inclusive company that offers a team culture like no other in the industry - Flight Centre Travel Group Australia is proud to be a certified Great Place To Work® Australia New Zealand Pty Lt Development: Individualised Learning & Development pathway options Exclusive Staff Discounts: Accessible via our employee-only portal with 350 of Australia’s leading retailers, health and wellness discounts, financial planning advice, employee share plan and more Travel Discounts: Including family and friends - flights, hotels, tours, cruises, travel insurance and more Flexibility: Monday to Friday week, business hours with flexible/hybrid options Brightness of Future: Career opportunities in a network of brands and businesses across the globe - we promote from within Corporate Health Discounts: Access exclusive discounts on health insurance plans for you and your family with our partner, BUPA, access to internal gym Mental Health: Support and Employee Assistance Program for staff and family Social: Regular awards nights, social team-building and industry events, with the opportunity to attend global conferences (Lisbon in 2024) Giving Back: Corporate Social Responsibility program supporting nominated charities through Workplace Giving, volunteering and fundraising; paid parental and volunteer leave Sustainability: The protection of our environment is essential to the future of tourism, as a leading travel group, we have made efforts to affect positive change to the environment Our Talent Acquisition Team kindly requests no unsolicited resumes or approaches from Recruitment Agencies. Flight Centre Travel Group is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes. LI-LH2LI-Hybrid < • Wed, 29 MayFlight Centre
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Head of Marketing - Huge Opportunity and Salary - Remote - AU » Sydney, Sydney Region - Head of Marketing - Huge Opportunity and Salary - B2B Marketing - Remote Work - Blockchain company - NFT Our client specializes in market-making for utility tokens and cryptocurrencies. They cover key geographic locations worldwide and provide around the-clock market coverage, covering every timezone, so the business runs smoothly 24/7. Their biggest flex is creating trust-driven, long-term relationships with their clients and helping them achieve sustainable results. Thanks to the expertise and dedicated global team of traders, analysts, programmers, and crypto experts, they help businesses to increase the organic volume, attract more investors and traders, mitigate heavy price fluctuations, achieve deeper organic liquidity across exchanges, and have full transparency on the exchange balances and trades. Our client is looking for a full-time digital marketer to help set up, manage, and optimize their digital marketing initiatives and expand their online presence. They are looking for a person to work closely with the marketing strategist but who can also work independently. The position is full-time but entirely remote. What skills & experience are essential for this position? MUST HAVE B2B experience MUST BE Hand on You have great governance of digital marketing and online communications You are experienced and hands-on in SEO, SEM, SMM, and analytics You’re an expert in Social Media, Google Ads, Analytics, and Digital Asset Management You are a confident content writer who can deliver written content and publish it on their communication channels according to the content calendar You have experience with graphic design tools and can create on-brand graphics and visuals Experience working with Webflow CMS and helping manage our website Experience working with Figma and Canva to help create brand visuals Experience working with Notion and Slack for project management and collaboration You work in a solution-oriented manner Extra points if you have: Interest in crypto, blockchain, and Web3 technologies Focus and determination to work even on tight deadlines without stressing out Ideas on how to improve our marketing strategy and bring extra value to the marketing department High proficiency in spoken and written English language. Any other languages are definitely a plus Make sure to follow us here to get our most live jobs https://www.linkedin.com/company/cryptorecruit Cryptorecruit are the worlds leading specialist recruiter for the blockchain/Cryptocurrency industry. We recruit positions from CEO,CTO, Project Manager, Solidity developer, frontend and Backend Blockchain developers to marketing/sales and customer service roles. Please browse our website and at www.cryptorecruit.com to search all our job vacancies. • Mon, 27 MayCrypto Recruit
Director of Product Marketing - Blockchain Dev Tools » Australia - An established name in Web3 is looking for a Product Marketing Director who's experienced in marketing engineering focused products. Our client is a creative software development company working to build a vibrant, decentralized future. They are an established name in the crypto space who are dedicated to the advancement of web3, a decentralized and fair internet where public data is available to all—an internet that enables its users to increase agency over their creations and their lives. Our client's initial product is an indexing protocol for querying networks like Ethereum and IPFS, which ensures open data is always available and easy to access. It is used by thousands of protocols and dapps including Uniswap, Livepeer, Aave, Decentraland, and more. They also launched a decentralized registry with the mission to catalyze the shift to web3, facilitating community-driven curation of projects providing ongoing utility to the crypto space. The Product Marketing team resides at the intersection of engineering, marketing, product, and business and enables developers in web3 to better understand the many advantages of leveraging the company's ecosystem for dApp development while aiding the ecosystem in better understanding the needs of dApp developers. We are looking for a Director of Product Marketing to establish, lead, and grow the product marketing function in this division, in support of the entire company's ecosystem. They will not only engage with the web3 engineering community but also specific participants in the ecosystem including, but not limited to, Indexers, Curators, and Delegators. The Director of Product Marketing will be an integral partner to the business, marketing, and product functions and they will lead a team consisting of tech writers, solutions engineers, and dev relations personnel. As the Director of Product Marketing, you will report directly to the CEO. What You’ll Be Doing Establishing the product marketing discipline within the entire ecosystem Defining and executing a strategy for growing the developer ecosystem Building and managing a multidisciplinary team that includes technical content writers, developer relations, developer success, product marketing managers and growth marketers Driving go-to-market for a diverse suite of products, open source libraries, and protocol upgrades Owning the user journey of developers interacting beginning with their first meetup to successfully deploying a subgraph into production Developing content channels targeted at the company's various user personas and producing content that educates users, increases developer success, and makes developers fall in love with the tools Partnering with product managers, marketers and business developers, to bridge the gap between R&D and business Collaborating with design and marketing teams to create engaging marketing collateral and establishes a voice and brand identity that engages the developer community Producing educational content and messaging to enable developer relations, technical writers, business developers, and developer success personnel What We Expect Previous experience driving go-to-market strategy and execution for several large developer-focused product releases Familiarity with a variety of growth channels, including in-person meetups, conferences, email, social media, paid advertising, and content marketing Passion around the future of web3 Skillful written and verbal communication skills Deep empathy for developers as users and independent creators. You enjoy and lean into learning about complex products and explaining them in simple terms A technical degree or previous experience in software engineering is strongly preferred Make sure to follow us here to get our most live jobs https://www.linkedin.com/company/cryptorecruit Cryptorecruit are the worlds leading specialist recruiter for the blockchain/Cryptocurrency industry. We recruit positions from CEO,CTO, Project Manager, Solidity developer, frontend and Backend Blockchain developers to marketing/sales and customer service roles. Please browse our website and at www.cryptorecruit.com to search all our job vacancies. • Mon, 27 MayCrypto Recruit
Technical Content Writer (Blockchain) » Australia - Seeking a Technical Content Writer (Blockchain) to work fully remote Company: This client is one of the largest blockchain development companies in the world building out household name applications across finance, DeFi, NFT’s and general Blockchain SaaS solutions. Most of their employees operate fully remotely and we are looking for staff across a number of disciplines with this top tier client. Responsibilities: You will bring your experience of writing technical documentation for developers to drive the growth of our leading developer tools and services. You will help Web2 developers become smart contract developers and making more developers aware of our deep tools, libraries, and smart contract best practices. You will have engineering experience, but most importantly, an understanding of what developers need to starting their blockchain journey. You will work directly with our software engineers, as well as the rest of the marketing team. Requirements: 4 years of experience in writing, preferably technical documentation. Knowledge of blockchain, smart contracts, decentralised applications, and web3 Experience creating documentation for products, including scoping documentation requirements, and writing and editing a variety of technical documents Superior communication skills - you must be able to write exceptionally and also communicate effectively to stakeholders across the company Experience generating and managing different types of content — web pages, blog posts, email workflows, case studies, webinars, etc — that are relevant to target developer personas Experience managing a content calendar across a wide variety of digital channels and properties, including website, email, social media, and video Experience using digital tools and platforms to track, analyse, and report on content performance Ability to work in a complex, fast-paced environment and support a broader team of members with different viewpoints and backgrounds Curiosity, open-mindedness, and a positive, can-do attitude Potential skills: Experience with solidity programming You have ideas for making our smart contract best practices essential reading for beginning solidity and smart contract developers Experience working with a globally distributed team, using tools like Zoom, Slack, Confluence, Jira, and Google Suite Remuneration and benefits: Better than market rate with equity plan Make sure to follow us here to get our most live jobs https://www.linkedin.com/company/cryptorecruit Cryptorecruit is the world’s leading specialist recruiter for the blockchain/cryptocurrency industry. We recruit positions from CEO, CTO, Project Managers, Solidity Developers, Frontend and Backend Blockchain Developers to Marketing/Sales and Customer Service roles. Please browse our website and at www.cryptorecruit.com to search all our job vacancies. • Mon, 27 MayCrypto Recruit
Content Writer - Metaverse Project » Sydney, Sydney Region - Partner with the Marketing team to develop content to support brand strategy, keeping the brand's core values at the heart of all that you do. The company is an Ethereum Layer 2 scaling solution, built to bring digital assets, NFTs, and blockchain gaming to life. Our mission is to empower digital asset ownership for people and businesses. If you get excited by the thought of joining a highly experienced, fast-paced global team that is building the future, this role may be for you. We are looking for a passionate and creative Content Writer to join our growing Marketing and Communications team. Reporting to the Communications Manager, you should have a comprehensive knowledge of the crypto, web3, NFT, and gaming media landscape and excellent written and verbal communications skills. Ideally, you thrive in a fast-paced environment, operate autonomously, and can work collaboratively with cross-functional departments. You must care deeply about the company's mission to bring blockchain gaming to the world. Responsibilities Responsible for writing and content management across all the company's platforms Research, develop and write compelling and impactful content in line with brand vision and guidelines, including website copy, SEM landing pages, blogs and news articles, video scripts, social media posts and content, case studies, whitepapers, and eBooks, and partner and advertising content. Moderate user-generated content Ensure content is optimized for SEO Work with Social Media Managers to amplify content pieces Drive reach and media engagement for the company's brands across all channels Partner with the Marketing team to develop content to support brand strategy, keeping the brand's core values at the heart of all that you do Drafting written materials including press releases, speeches, media briefing documents, spokesperson bios, and more Build and maintain media assets such as media lists, press kits, and more Requirements 3 years of experience in a similar digital marketing role managing website and app content Solid knowledge of web3, crypto, and the gaming media landscape Excellent communication skills, written and verbal Experience using a CMS, WordPress, and Google Analytics An intermediate understanding of digital media types: Social, CRM, SEO/SEM An excellent communicator that is comfortable presenting at all levels across the business Data-driven with exceptional attention to detail You are highly motivated and a team player, excited to work with a great team of global entrepreneurs and partner cross-functionally to create brand awareness and memorable campaigns You take initiative, seek opportunities and ask questions when necessary Make sure to follow us here to get our most live jobs https://www.linkedin.com/company/cryptorecruit Cryptorecruit are the worlds leading specialist recruiter for the blockchain/Cryptocurrency industry. We recruit positions from CEO,CTO, Project Manager, Solidity developer, frontend and Backend Blockchain developers to marketing/sales and customer service roles. Please browse our website and at www.cryptorecruit.com to search all our job vacancies. • Mon, 27 MayCrypto Recruit
Content Writer - DeFi » Sydney, Sydney Region - Implement and refine current brand guidelines to ensure readability, consistency in style, and adherence to the company's language and tone of voice. The individual will be responsible for creating content on different platforms. We are looking for candidates who have relevant technical and creative writing skills that are relevant to the crypto market. What you will be doing Create and edit conversion-oriented copy for various the teams, including Growth, Research, Product, Marketing, and Community Assist in ideation, research, proofreading, and other aspects of the content creation process to produce effective and compelling communications that connect with users Implement and refine current brand guidelines to ensure readability, consistency in style, and adherence to the company’s language and tone of voice Conceive and execute new concepts and strategies to achieve business objectives, and drive brand development through copy and content Copy deliverables include but are not limited to: blog posts, whitepapers, research reports, emails, newsletters, advertisements, social media, push notifications, and onboarding and help material Who are we looking for A degree in English, Journalism, Technical Writing, Communications, or a related discipline will be a big plus 2 or more years of experience in a creative, product, or content writing role with proven success in translating brand messages into effective communications Excellent command of English with exceptional writing and research skills, and a strong eye for detail, language, and flow Solid knowledge of defi products and the crypto market will be a big plus Key Competencies: Passionate about producing outstanding content and user experiences Creative with an adaptable writing style Ability to quickly interpret copywriting briefs and grasp project requirements Comfortable with handling several projects at once and working independently under tight deadlines Excellent interpersonal skills and a team player with an eagerness to learn Make sure to follow us here to get our most live jobs https://www.linkedin.com/company/cryptorecruit Cryptorecruit are the worlds leading specialist recruiter for the blockchain/Cryptocurrency industry. We recruit positions from CEO,CTO, Project Manager, Solidity developer, frontend and Backend Blockchain developers to marketing/sales and customer service roles. Please browse our website and at www.cryptorecruit.com to search all our job vacancies. • Mon, 27 MayCrypto Recruit
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Graphic Designer / Content Writer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - 12 12 month contract, Canberra City Baseline Security Clearance required No Selection criteria response Exclusive backfill opportunity Our client is seeking an experienced Graphic Designer / Content Writer to join their team for a long term contract to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team. Responsibilities: Collaborating and working with other multi-disciplinary teams to create consistent content Communicating clearly and regularly to understand user needs and advise on best practice across guidance and support Contributing to the development and production of online communications materials, in consultation with internal stakeholders, to meet tight timeframes and deliver quality results under pressure Ensuring all communication materials are accessible and align with the departmental style and brand guidelines Criteria: Extensive experience as a graphic/content designer on large-scale digital transformation program The ability to break down complex subject areas and simplify them Skills in online learning development, management and associated technologies (e.g. SCORM; Learning Management Systems) Experience in developing learning resources (video-based learning, e-learning courses, even technical user guides etc.) For a copy of the full job description including application instructions please get in touch with Jon at The Recruitment Hive by clicking the Apply button or calling (02) 6299 1006 . Job reference number JB9434. • Fri, 24 MayRecruitment Hive
Senior Writer and Editor » Melbourne, VIC - Senior Writer and Editor Job No.: 665307 Location: Melbourne CBD Employment Type: Full-time Duration: 12-month... a Senior Writer and Editor to craft compelling narratives that inspire action and drive the climate agenda... • Fri, 24 MayMonash University$100173 - 109871 per year
Head of High School Mathematics (Year 7 - 10) » Glen Waverley, Monash Area - We have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a driven and committed individual to join our passionate team and pioneer High School Mathematics at Contour Education for 2024 onwards Who Are We We empower students and their studies by providing highly engaging small-group tutoring designed to prepare them for school assessments and final exams. Our sessions are presented by experienced but young tutors that can teach the study design in a simple and intuitive yet engaging way. Over 3,500 students and 80 staff have joined our tutoring services since our founding in 2020. Our growth is a testament to our dedication to providing ALL our students and parents with a high-quality tutoring experience ( from 24/7 personal support to on-demand resources) and our commitment to helping them achieve their goals. We ranked as the 17th Fastest Growing Startup by the Australian Financial Review in 2022, ranked again in 2023, and continue to multiply year-on-year It's our vision to reshape education, starting with tutoring. The Role So far we've mainly offered tutoring for VCE Maths & Sciences, but now we have a single opening for a Head of High School Mathematics (Year 7 - 10) who will be responsible for developing and leading a comprehensive High School Mathematics tutoring program. This course will be designed alongside our veteran content development team in 2024 to prepare for expansion in 2025, and will aim to help Year 7-10 students not only love mathematics, but also improve their grades at school and encourage them to pursue STEM careers in the future. You will also be the face of High School Mathematics at Contour and will teach a significant amount of students in 2025 (and some classes in 2024) in weekly small-group classes, digging deep into the intuition behind the maths and providing students an engaging platform to learn and love the subject. This role is designed for someone willing to commit to full-time hours, as a lot of time and energy will go into developing the course and then teaching and growing it in 2024 and beyond. Our team of head tutors and tutors are incredibly hard-working and we anticipate our program to become one of our largest offerings if we find someone willing to take on the challenge We currently have over 130 students spread across our Year 7 to Year 10 Mathematics programs, which we started in 2024. Our (ambitious, we'll admit) goal is to grow this program to over 3,000 students by the end of 2025 (next year). We will be investing heavily into the program, this role, and the team to help facilitate this exponential growth. This role is not for someone wanting to tutor or head the subject only for 1-2 years max, as we are looking for someone with the willingness and capacity to commit long-term and use their passion to create wide-spread impact in the education space. This role is also much more than just your typical 9 to 5; it’s a significant commitment, and we're looking for a dedicated leader who is ready to embrace this journey fully - we want you to realise and understand that the growth potential in this role is - for all practical purposes - endless Opportunity to Tutor Groups Have you ever wanted to do group tutoring but never got the time or students to? Maybe you’ve been doing one-on-one tutoring so far, and now you want to explore group tutoring? As the Head of High School Maths at Contour, rather than tutoring one student at a time, you can now motivate groups of students with your knowledge and experience, without the hassle of more admin work or of finding students and parents. You'll also have a piece in the subjects, so you'll be rewarded as the subject grows Develop the Highest-Quality Tutoring Material You’ve probably spent hundreds of unpaid hours making tutoring resources for your students. We know it can be an extremely time-consuming process, and arguably one of the more boring and tedious parts of being a tutor. But that’s where we come in We’ve spent thousands of hours creating resources and detailed notes for our subject offerings and have a full-time graphics, formatting and proofreading team who will help you along the way. Imagine crafting the best, most engaging High School Mathematics courses in Victoria. We'll help you turn your ideas and dreams into reality Competitive Pay and Compensation We pride ourselves on compensating and rewarding our tutors for their hard work. Our head tutors receive a base salary for the hours they tutor and also have a piece in the subject (meaning they receive a share of the gross profit generated by the subject) . Our Head tutors can (and have) made annual 6-figure salaries working full-time hours (both tutoring & content development) with our arrangement, creating a healthy win-win situation for both us and the tutors Your effective hourly working rate can easily exceed $100 p/h as the subject reaches scale. However, keep in mind, this all depends on you giving your best, because if you do a poor job, then there won't be any students left to tutor :( Minimal Admin Work There is almost no requirement for admin work. All you have to do is take simple attendance, manage student emails, and address student questions promptly outside of class via text/email/social media. We'll find all the students, contact them (and their parents), and deal with billing and questions throughout the enrolment process. Your job is just to make sure the students are receiving the best tutoring we can possibly provide :) Support & Career Growth Opportunities Working in a collaborative environment and an energetic team can be a fantastic opportunity to hone your skills and learn so much along the way When you work with us, you’ll also have the chance to learn from tutors who have spent thousands of hours tutoring and have garnered years of experience, perfecting their craft. While our team is extremely driven and hard-working, everyone is easy to get along with and there are frequent paid-for dinners/lunches for you to get to meet and vibe with everyone. We know this role can seem daunting due to the high expectations (not to mention our ambitious goals), but we'll make sure you're properly trained and prepared upon joining, and we'll provide you with personal feedback and support to settle in. Because this is an exclusive role, you'll have access to further career opportunities as the company grows, such as leading a team of Maths tutors and content writers or introducing further Mathematics courses for younger students at Contour (e.g., middle school and beyond). Requirements Skill Requirements Honesty and Integrity ‍ Passion for Teaching High Level of Empathy Energy and Enthusiasm ️ Excellent Communication Skills Independence & Proactiveness Willing to Listen, Learn & Lead Intelligence & Creativity Academic Requirements 99 ATAR ⭐ 45 Raw Study Score in VCE Maths Methods and/or VCE Specialist Mathematics University Knowledge in Mathematics Tutoring Experience in VCE Mathematics and/or High School Mathematics Academic Awards in Maths NOTE: These are not hard-fast academic requirements; however, they are favourable to your application. Personal Requirements ️ Full Academic Year Commitment (e.g. no overseas exchange trips for 8 weeks) Long-Term Mindset & Vision (if you're selected, we'd like you to come for the ride as we grow as a brand) Years of Tutoring Experience for Eligibility (e.g. if you haven't done Maths tutoring, it'll be hard) Sign an NDA (e.g. can't distribute our resources/company info to others) ❌ Agree to a non-compete clause ( e.g. you can't tutor student groups for others) ⏳ Ability to Commit to Weekly Classes (e.g. can't constantly reschedule or miss classes) Travel to our Locations (e.g. Glen Waverley, CBD or Box Hill) Genuine Desire to Motivate Students (e.g. your primary goal is to help students achieve their potential, like us) Past VCE Graduate (we still accept applications from non-VCE graduates in exceptional circumstances) Benefits Satisfying and fulfilling work helping students succeed (it feels good when your students do good). Primary focus is on providing an excellent student/parent experience (no hassle with student payments or admin). Design and create one of the best Maths courses available on the market (and be assisted along the way). Above market rate compensation and guaranteed pay (reaching $200 per 2-hour class per week for head tutors). Own a piece in the subject (the better you perform, the more you share in our company's success). Minimal admin work with a fixed schedule (consistent hours every week). Significant improvement in public speaking, team and leadership skills (and you get paid for it). Personalised mentorship, training and feedback to improve your tutoring and communication skills. Creative freedom in a fun start-up environment (no corporate walls, talk directly to the founders or students). Opportunities for career growth and long-term opportunities in a rapidly growing education company. • Thu, 23 MayContour Education
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Digital Channels Lead » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job no: 0053100 Location: Parkville Role type: Full-time; Continuing Department: Student and Scholarly Services Salary: UOM 8 - $119,742 - $129,607 p.a. plus 17% super Help to shape the student experience Manage projects, improve digital communication channels and lead high-performing web and design teams. Brilliant benefits and a flexible hybrid work environment About the Role Lead the way in engaging our students through innovative, high-impact digital communication channels This role offers the chance to oversee the management and optimisation of critical student-facing channels including websites (students.unimelb), the student portal (my.unimelb) and social media (Life Unimelb). You'll manage web and design teams and collaborate across the Student Communications team to craft seamless, data-driven digital experiences for students, from application to graduation. Your responsibilities will include: Overseeing the management and optimisation of digital student communications channels Delivering projects from an agreed roadmap aligned with University strategy Transitioning projects to daily operations by providing training and creating new ways of working Effectively leading, coaching and developing specialist web and design staff to develop and maintain best-practice digital and visual assets. Who we are looking for We're looking for a digital leader with proven experience managing teams and enhancing channels to meet strategic objectives. You'll possess expert knowledge on a broad range of digital channels and a track record of utilising them for effective user-centered communications. Experience in multi-channel experience design is a must. You'll thrive working independently, taking initiative, and building strong relationships with your team, colleagues, and stakeholders. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential to excel in this role. You will also have: A degree in marketing/communications or proven experience. A proven track record managing digital projects from roadmaps. Developed and implemented processes for new ways of working (training included). Strong analytics and insight generation skills, with the ability to make data-driven decisions. The ability to thrive in collaboration, embrace agility and deliver results. For further information regarding responsibilities and requirements please refer to the attached PD. This role requires the successful candidate to undergo and maintain an up-to-date Working with Children Check. This is essential to guarantee a secure environment for all individuals at the University. In the case the selected candidate doesn't have a valid Working with Children Check, they will be able to apply for the WWCC as part of the initial onboarding procedures. Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position . This role requires current valid work rights for Australia. Your new team – Student and Scholarly Services Student and Scholarly Services (SASS) provides student administration and services from recruitment and point of enquiry to graduation. This team also delivers wellbeing and scholarly services to students and staff. The Student Communications team is a core cross-functional team within SASS responsible for designing and delivering integrated and tailored communications to applicants and more than 65,000 current students. The team of more than 20 comprises web specialists, designers, content writers and CRM specialists to deliver student-centered communications that assist students to complete critical admin, engage in enrichment services, seek support and thrive in their studies. What we offer you In addition, we offer the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community and enjoy a range of benefits including generous leave provisions, salary packaging, health and well-being services, and discounts on graduate courses. For more information check out our benefits page The University of Melbourne We’re tightly connected with the community, both at home and abroad. We take pride in our people, who all contribute to our mission to benefit society through the transformative impact of education and research. Discover more via our website and stay connected with our stories and people on LinkedIn . Be yourself The University of Melbourne values the unique backgrounds, experiences, and contributions that each person brings to our community and welcomes and celebrates diversity. First Nations people, those identifying as LGBTQIA, parents, carers, people of all ages, abilities, and genders, and people of diverse ethnicity, nationality, and faith are encouraged to apply. Our aim is to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live. For more information please visit our Diversity and Inclusion page. We are dedicated to ensuring barrier free and inclusive practices to recruit the most talented candidates. If you require reasonable adjustments, please contact the employee listed on the first page of the Position Description found below, with an email containing your name and contact details for a confidential discussion. Please ensure your email is titled "Reasonable Adjustments Request". Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants We aspire to be the University of choice for Indigenous Australians, with unprecedented investment to attract, nurture, and retain Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. Tangible support through a range of programs and initiatives will ensure that you personally succeed and flourish while at the University of Melbourne. For further information, including our 2023-2027 Indigenous strategy please visit - https://about.unimelb.edu.au/reconciliation/murmuk-djerring Join Us If you feel this role is right for you, please apply with the following documents: Resume Cover Letter outlining your interest and experience Please note that you are not required to respond to the selection criteria in the Position Description. If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please feel free to contact Maddison Ryan via email at hr-careersunimelb.edu.au , ensuring that you include the Position Number and the Job Title as the subject. Please do not share your application to this email address. If you have any particular questions regarding the job please follow the contact details listed on the Position Description. Please note that in the event of sourcing a suitable candidate, the closing date for applications may be brought forward, and the job vacancy may be closed. Therefore, we encourage interested individuals to submit their applications promptly. Position Description • Fri, 17 MayThe University of Melbourne
Website Content Writer » The Rocks, Sydney - Company Description Hi. We're OFX, a global provider of online, international payment services. We solve the complexity of moving money and enable better decisions. Headquartered in Sydney with offices worldwide, we're a customer-focused business that is all about inspiring customer confidence. At OFX, you'll have the opportunity to reach beyond your role and function across disciplines. Make use of your diverse skill set at a business that values your expertise and turn your potential into reality. Purpose of your role If you love writing and know your way around websites, content, and SEO, we want you on our team Join us at OFX, where we're expanding and need someone motivated to come aboard. We're undergoing a transformative journey, refocusing our website to better cater to B2B needs. In this pivotal role, you'll be crafting content that places clients at the forefront, delivering not just information but meaningful, actionable insights. Your writing will be instrumental in driving new client growth, serving as a guiding force in our evolution. Moreover, you won't be working in isolation. As part of this exciting change, we're revamping our user experience (UX), enhancing our user interface (UI), and introducing new products to complement your compelling content. Together, these elements will form a cohesive ecosystem designed to elevate our B2B offerings and provide value to our clients. Your main goal is to create captivating content that attracts customers to the OFX acquisition funnel consistently. We need someone with a proactive and eager attitude who's ready to dive in and make an impact from day one. What you do Write great content. Copy writing for the website, ensuring it aligns with brand identity, content standards, and SEO best practices through editing, proofreading, and publication. Produce SEO-driven product pages, use case pages, blogs and case studies to enhance online visibility. Conduct audits of current content to assess its relevance, adherence to brand tone, accuracy, and SEO effectiveness. Identify and fill website content gaps using a customer-centric approach, leveraging insights from data to prioritise and execute tasks efficiently. Collaborate with regional partners to grasp cultural nuances and tailor content strategies accordingly across the countries we serve. Make complex simple and simple compelling. Simplify complex information effectively, a crucial aspect of this role. Foster curiosity by actively seeking insights throughout the organization, ensuring accurate representation of OFX products with a deep understanding of their intricacies. SEO optimisation. Enhance new and current website content for optimal SEO performance. Boost traffic through strategic website initiatives, guided by an SEO-focused approach. Analyse performance metrics to extract actionable insights for continual improvement. Maintain content integrity by monitoring accuracy, consistency, and relevance within the market. Team player. Excel as a communicator, adept at rallying others to join you on the journey. As a pivotal member of the website squad within the digital, website, and data team, collaborate closely with web producers, SEO specialists, and regional marketing teams daily. Contribute to operational rhythms and governance processes, providing vital support to the marketing team and the broader business by showcasing the pivotal role of content in driving business outcomes. Liaise with internal legal teams to ensure OFX.com content complies with legal requirements. Partner with internal product teams to ensure OFX.com accurately reflects our offerings. Collaborate with the brand and content team to ensure adherence to guidelines and alignment with our content strategy. Qualifications What you bring Work Experience, Competencies, Skills & Requirements 3 - 5 years' experience in website writing roles, B2B content writing is highly desirable Strong SEO understanding and experience Successful track record in working cross functionally & building effective working relationships Have a passion for working collaboratively with team members to develop win-win-win situations for our business, employees and customers Hands-on writer with a track record of delivering Strong verbal and written communications skills Energetic, with ability to work in fast-moving and fluid environment Team player who can work effectively alongside other departments where there are mutual dependencies Qualities Of The Person We're After Great work flexibility and culture - collaborative, high performing and positive Create a legacy - this is creating and shaping something new High energy, passionate, and results focused while being a true customer advocate Strong relationship builder, great communicator and influencer. Positive team player who is motivated by being part of and succeeding as a team Flexible, open and good at working with a broad range of people Self-starter with plenty of initiative and drive Additional Information What it's like working at OFX We're OFXers because we want to make a difference. We see challenges as opportunities and we're not afraid to roll up our sleeves to get stuff done. We're committed to making things easier for our clients, pushing boundaries and continuing to move with the times so that we can continue to inspire confidence every day and through every transaction. We operate as one team, cross-functionally and globally, to drive outcomes that deliver excellence for our customers. We're curious self-starters who love learning and sharing our knowledge with others. We embrace change and use our initiative and resilience to overcome challenges. Always keep learning. We offer a wide range of learning and career development opportunities to help every OFXer build their capacity and career, with leadership training, secondments, internal mobility and access to a large library of online learning. Make a difference. Through our Make a Difference program, we encourage OFXers to give back to causes and communities that are important to them. We celebrate this with an annual volunteer day, which OFXers can use together or individually, as well as matched giving and the opportunity to nominate charity of choice every quarter. Reward and recognition. We recognise a job well done. OFXers are encouraged to celebrate their peers' effort, technical expertise or support through a range of global and regional channels and awards, including quarterly and annual awards, milestones and shout outs. Showing our social side. Our Good Vibes employee-led committees around the globe organize events to help keep our employees engaged inside and outside the office. Whether it's a wellbeing activity, end of year celebration, or a monthly team get-together, our team wants you to feel welcome Benefits that mean something. We offer a range of fantastic benefits, including, primary and secondary gender neutral carer parental leave (16 weeks) or birthday leave, you'll feel well-supported at OFX. A great work environment. Enjoy work-life balance and flexibility with our hybrid work model, in an inclusive, diverse and non-hierarchal culture. At OFX, we are committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive and accessible workplace where we value, respect, and encourage our people to be their authentic selves. With an employee base as diverse as the clients we serve, we know that fostering an inclusive workplace is fundamental to our continued success. If you require accommodation for any portion of the recruitment and hiring process, please email us at people.cultureofx.com. We encourage you to apply if this role aligns with your career aspirations. • Fri, 17 MayOFX Group Ltd
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Technical Training Facilitator » Canning Vale, Canning Area - Join a Market Leader in their industry Excellent Work place culture Niche market About Us Founded in 2006, the company has built on a solid reputation the company is now a leading manufacturer of world class products and solutions for customers globally, supporting a broad range of industries including emerging technologies. Training Facilitator, Course Content Creator & Technical Writer- Engineering or relevant Trade Cert/ (Desired) 2-4 years post qualification, industry experience as an effective technical writer / course content creator, or having a diploma qualification as a minimum in a relevant field. Auto Electrical or mechanical Knowledge would be an advantage . Knowledge of Construction Equipment such as Excavators, etc would be highly regarded . Tigerlilly Recruitment is a specialist Talent Acquisition company that specializes in Construction, Civil, Mining Industries nationally. Currently we require applications for the above role : Preferred Experience Proven ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously, with the ability to priorities based on key objectives and project timeline. Experience with mining machinery, software development, computer science, or IOT engineering. Experienced in Learning Management Systems. Knowledge of Revision control and document management. Proven experience as a technical writer, preferably in an engineering or manufacturing environment. Solid understanding of engineering concepts, manufacturing processes, and prototyping drawings. Strong proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office, particularly PowerPoint Proficient in the Collaborative Working Environment [Microsoft Teams, Planner] Exceptional design skills along with the ability to think conceptually and strategically to translate key messages, company values and business objectives into print and digital application Confident in working under pressure to meet challenging timelines with competing priorities and stakeholders Familiarity with document management systems and version control Strong attention to detail and ability to explain complex concepts in a clear and concise manner. Delivering training Objectives of this Role Help develop and management of Engineered Installation online training platform. Write user-friendly content that meets the needs of the target audience, turning insights and technical data into written and visual materials that sets our users up for success. Evaluate current content and develop innovative approaches for improvement. Develop training manuals in conjunction with the appropriated departments. Ability to develop video content and editing to create content and training material for the Engineered Installation Learning Platform that is innovative. Experience in video development and editing software, ability to create content and training material, be innovative in the creation of course content. The creation of new user manuals and the revision of existing manuals in conjunction with the agronomy, engineering, and marketing departments. Conduct internal training for Engineered Installation staff. Develop comprehensive documentation that meets organisational standards. Development of User & Reference documentation Obtain a deep understanding of products and services to translate complex product information into simple, polished, and engaging content. Develop and maintain detailed databases of appropriate reference materials, including research, usability tests, and design specifications. Key Responsibilities Management of the day to day running of Engineered Installation Learning Platform and training program. Develop training material based on the predetermined topic list based on business direction. Deliver training to clients and internal team Monitoring of user activity of the Engineered Installation Learning Platform, reporting progress and participation rate to Engineered Installation Management team. Collaborate closely with engineers and technical experts to gather information from the team to understand prototyping drawings, engineering specifications, design requirements, work processes, manuals and technical documentation. Develop new content user-friendly documentation including but not limited to assembly and installation instructions, standard operating procedures (SOPs), work instructions, sales marketing material and technical specifications for the manufacturing process and edit existing content as required. Develop content in alternative media forms for maximum usability, with a consistent and cohesive voice across all documentation. Work in conjunction with installation and Project teams, Marketing, Software and Engineering departments to develop training manuals and user guides. Work with development and support leads to identify all documentation repositories, revise and edit, and determine the best solution for data compilation and centralized storage. Research, create, and maintain information architecture templates that uphold organizational and legal standards, and allow for easy data migration. Review and edit existing documentation to improve clarity, accuracy, and consistency Provide innovative digital solutions for application of the Engineered Installations brand in communications materials Key attributes for success: Engineering or relevant Trade Cert/ (Desired) 2-4 years post qualification, industry experience as an effective technical writer / course content creator, or having a diploma qualification as a minimum in a relevant field. Proven ability to quickly learn and understand complex topics. Previous experience writing documentation and procedural materials for multiple audiences. Experience in video editing and voice over recording. Effective written and verbal communication skills, with a keen eye for detail Sound knowledge of using Microsoft 365 with a good knowledge of video editing software. Ability to travel nationally and internationally as required and work remotely If you feel you can tick most of the boxes above Please send your resume and cover letter by pressing apply now button below . For further information please call Jenni on 0411 870 840 . Please note this role is only open to permanent residents or people with full work rights in Australia . • Thu, 16 MayTigerlilly Recruitment
Digital Content Manager » Fortitude Valley, Brisbane - Newly created role managing a small team and creating their new digital product content strategy. About 99 Bikes We’re your comfort zone before you step out of it… Your squad to help you hit the ground riding… Your support crew to handle mechanical strains and pains… We’re The World’s Most Approachable Bike Shops. From humble beginnings in 2007 with our first shop only fitting 99 bikes in the store, we are now the largest bicycle retailer in Australia and stretch across the globe with retail stores in the UK and New Zealand. 99 Bikes has a loyal customer base with over 1.6 million Club 99 Members in Australia, speaking to the incredible customer experience we provide in-store and online alongside offering a huge range of great value products. Our parent company, Pedal Group, includes 99 Bikes in Australia, New Zealand and the UK, wholesale businesses in Australia and New Zealand, plus a property group. This creates a huge amount of opportunity for career growth and we have a culture of promoting from within as much as possible. Why Join Our Team Career opportunity - We are a growth company with a strong focus on talent. We promote from within and there is never a shortage of opportunity at 99 Bikes. You’ll be exposed to different work every day and get to collaborate with people from various career backgrounds. Our Leadership Academy has 7 programs to nurture those who have aspirations to lead a team. Celebration, Reward and Recognition - Our culture is built on celebrating high achievement through monthly and yearly recognition and reward. Each year our top achievers are rewarded with a ticket to an amazing event in a different country. Last year’s event was in Whistler and this year is in Japan Team benefits - People are our number one philosophy and we care about their health and wellbeing, their family and their ‘Brightness of Future’. We offer a Parental Leave package, $1000 towards self development per year, cost price on our products, travel discounts through our shareholder company Flight Centre and we pay our people to ride to work. Flexibility - Everyone loves a work/life balance. We’re not so concerned with clocking your hours, but that the work gets done. Need to pick the kids up from school and work from home for the afternoon? No problem Employee Ownership - Our Employee Share Scheme offers all of our people the equal opportunity to buy shares each year. This ownership is important to our culture as we treat the business like our own. Work in a purposeful environment - We are B Corp certified which means meeting global standards in areas like environmental impact, diversity and inclusiveness. Our purpose is to enrich mind, body, earth or soul with the freedom of riding. International transfers - We have shops in Australia, New Zealand and the UK, and offer short and long term secondments when opportunities arise. About the role: We are splitting our team that manages web development and digital content into two separate teams with the goal of a renewed focus on creating best-in-class digital content for our customers. This has created an opportunity for a new content professional to join our team. We aim to be the most approachable bike shop. The content we create is primarily around our products and providing the information required for our customers to feel safe and comfortable choosing a product that suits their specific needs, typically starting the experience with little to no technical knowledge of our products. As our Digital Content Manager, you will be responsible to: Manage a small team of Content Creators/Writers, driving a high performance culture and coaching/mentoring regularly. Ensure we are efficient and creating high-quality content inline with the brand tone. Evolve the current systems to deliver a customer focused content strategy. Streamline communications between internal stakeholders. Ensure suppliers have a clear process for providing product information in a structured way. Segment product content into meaningful chunks to give the business flexibility to implement and test incremental improvements. Create a single point of truth for product content that is utilised through several brand, B2B and B2C sites. Use an iterative approach to improving the value of content. Split testing to confirm changes add value to customers' experience above a 95% confidence level. Manage a backlog of experiments and continuously test change, as soon as confidence has been hit on the previous trial. Analyse website traffic and users engagement metrics. About You We believe in hiring for cultural contribution, and nurturing for skills development; however, there are some things we need from you to be successful in this role: The ability to drive a project through to completion. To manage and develop a culture of high performance throughout your team. Create ideas for how we can generate great value for our customers beyond aesthetic changes. Develop a deep understanding of our customer's needs, concerns and values and preemptively assure them through great product content. A drive to be in a state of continuous improvement. A high attention to detail. Great relationship-building, interpersonal and communication skills. Team player who is willing to get involved, contribute ideas and be solution-focused. Review content for tone, voice, clarity, and consistency of messaging. A love for great copy and cut-through communication that authentically and accurately captures our 99 Bikes brand. Exceptional analytical and problem-solving skills. Highly motivated and excited to work with a small but growing team with big goals Gybe Consulting is managing the recruitment of this position on behalf of 99 Bikes. If you have any questions about the role, please reach out to Michael Johns via michaeljohnsgybeconsulting.com.au. SCR-michael-johns • Wed, 15 MayGybe Consulting Pty Ltd
Legal Writer - Personal Injury QLD » Brisbane, QLD - information online with its Lexis® and Nexis® services. Job Purpose The primary purpose of Legal Writer – Personal Injury QLD... is to develop and maintain high quality up-to-date practical legal content as well as practical resources for our popular Practical... • Tue, 14 MayRELX
Website Content Writer » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Description Hi. We’re OFX, a global provider of online, international payment services. We solve the complexity of moving money and enable better decisions. Headquartered in Sydney with offices worldwide, we’re a customer-focused business that is all about inspiring customer confidence. At OFX, you’ll have the opportunity to reach beyond your role and function across disciplines. Make use of your diverse skill set at a business that values your expertise and turn your potential into reality. Purpose of your role If you love writing and know your way around websites, content, and SEO, we want you on our team Join us at OFX, where we're expanding and need someone motivated to come aboard. We're undergoing a transformative journey, refocusing our website to better cater to B2B needs. In this pivotal role, you'll be crafting content that places clients at the forefront, delivering not just information but meaningful, actionable insights. Your writing will be instrumental in driving new client growth, serving as a guiding force in our evolution. Moreover, you won't be working in isolation. As part of this exciting change, we're revamping our user experience (UX), enhancing our user interface (UI), and introducing new products to complement your compelling content. Together, these elements will form a cohesive ecosystem designed to elevate our B2B offerings and provide value to our clients. Your main goal is to create captivating content that attracts customers to the OFX acquisition funnel consistently. We need someone with a proactive and eager attitude who's ready to dive in and make an impact from day one. What you do Write great content. Copy writing for the website, ensuring it aligns with brand identity, content standards, and SEO best practices through editing, proofreading, and publication. Produce SEO-driven product pages, use case pages, blogs and case studies to enhance online visibility. Conduct audits of current content to assess its relevance, adherence to brand tone, accuracy, and SEO effectiveness. Identify and fill website content gaps using a customer-centric approach, leveraging insights from data to prioritise and execute tasks efficiently. Collaborate with regional partners to grasp cultural nuances and tailor content strategies accordingly across the countries we serve. Make complex simple and simple compelling. Simplify complex information effectively, a crucial aspect of this role. Foster curiosity by actively seeking insights throughout the organization, ensuring accurate representation of OFX products with a deep understanding of their intricacies. SEO optimisation. Enhance new and current website content for optimal SEO performance. Boost traffic through strategic website initiatives, guided by an SEO-focused approach. Analyse performance metrics to extract actionable insights for continual improvement. Maintain content integrity by monitoring accuracy, consistency, and relevance within the market. Team player. Excel as a communicator, adept at rallying others to join you on the journey. As a pivotal member of the website squad within the digital, website, and data team, collaborate closely with web producers, SEO specialists, and regional marketing teams daily. Contribute to operational rhythms and governance processes, providing vital support to the marketing team and the broader business by showcasing the pivotal role of content in driving business outcomes. Liaise with internal legal teams to ensure OFX.com content complies with legal requirements. Partner with internal product teams to ensure OFX.com accurately reflects our offerings. Collaborate with the brand and content team to ensure adherence to guidelines and alignment with our content strategy. • Tue, 14 MayOFX
Legal Writer - Personal Injury QLD » Brisbane, QLD - information online with its Lexis® and Nexis® services. Job Purpose The primary purpose of Legal Writer – Personal Injury QLD... is to develop and maintain high quality up-to-date practical legal content as well as practical resources for our popular Practical... • Mon, 13 MayLexisNexis
Pro Game Guides: Roblox Writer » Evergreen, QLD - . Our Roblox writers are responsible for writing gaming guides and tips content on Pro Game Guides, and ensuring the success... SEO best practices to optimize our content and ensure it finds the largest audience possible. You'll have your finger... • Fri, 10 MayGAMURS Group
Branded Content Editor Bunnings » Pyrmont, Sydney - What's the role? Are you a creative thinker who can produce best-in-class content that excites clients and customers? Do you dream of working with one of Australia's biggest brands and flexing your strong editorial skills in a dynamic business? Medium Rare, Australia's leading content marketing agency, is looking for a Branded Content Editor for a six-month maternity leave contract to create high-quality commercial campaigns for Bunnings and its partners. You'll be part of Rare Creative, the agency's energetic and fast-growing branded content studio, working closely with sales, design and the Bunnings editorial team to develop innovative content for the Bunnings print magazine and digital publishing platforms. With a proven editorial background in print publishing (at a media company, agency or brand), you'll be comfortable writing, commissioning and editing copy of the highest standard. We're looking for someone who thinks like a journalist and, at the same time, a marketer. You can take a brief or marketing objective and translate it into a must-buy proposal for a client - then deliver content end to end that aligns with commercial objectives and delivers strong results. You'll be joining a fast-growing business with a flexible working environment offering stability, balance and great culture. This is a hybrid role, based in our Sydney office but with the opportunity to work part of your week remotely. Responsibilities Lead the production of editorially-rich branded content for advertisers in Bunnings magazine and its online publishing channels - covering everything from quick home and garden updates to renovation planning, maintenance projects, savvy upcycles and DIY transformations. This is a hands-on editorial role suited to an independent self-starter; you'll write copy and work alongside a designer to manage the day-to-day running of all advertorial and partnership content from end to end, from concept stage through to commissioning, editing, design and client approval. Optimise print copy for digital channels, leveraging SEO, social, EDM newsletters and other ways to amplify content to a wider audience. Work closely with the Bunnings editor and wider editorial team to ensure advertiser content upholds brand guidelines and aligns with wider Bunnings content strategy. Work closely with the Bunnings sales team to develop proactive proposals and brief responses that align with client objectives and win new business. This includes working with strategy and insights teams on concept ideation, taking a lead in proposal writing and sales decks, and working with the design team to direct the creation of page mock-ups and flyers. We're looking for someone who can think bigger, with interesting multi-platform ideas that will excite clients and readers and generate revenue. Present proposals, attend client meetings and ensure a smooth flow of communication with all internal and external stakeholders. Who are you? You have at least five years' experience as a writer, editor or content producer at a media publisher, agency or relevant brand. Experience as a magazine or website section editor in the lifestyle space would be highly advantageous. We're looking for someone who can tell a story across all channels, so digital, social, video script writing/storyboarding and newsletter experience would also be highly regarded. You possess strong writing, commissioning and copy-editing skills. An exceptional eye for detail is essential. You can think visually and are comfortable working with a designer to direct visual assets, including print layouts, shoots, social content, videos and ad creative. You have a strong interest and proven experience in the homes, gardening and DIY category. You possess high-level organisational skills and demonstrated experience juggling multiple deadlines and concurrent projects. You also have experience managing freelance contributors within an editorial budget. You're an innovator with a love of learning. You stay on top of what's happening in the market and are always looking for new ways to wow clients and drive results. You're entrepreneurial at heart and can identify content opportunities for new or existing clients and produce ideas they can't say no to. Experience writing presentations and pitches is preferred but not essential. You're a social media native with up-to-date knowledge of platforms and best practice. Knowledge of SEO writing and analytics would be advantageous. Excellent communications skills to work with both sales and creative teams, as well as driving positive and productive conversations with clients and stakeholders. News Benefits News Benefits is our way of saying thank you to our people for their valued contribution to News, our audiences, clients and communities. Thanking them for the great things they do daily, for the greater good of Australia. Our benefits include: Exclusively ours - Access to publications and products from across the News Corp family Health & wellbeing - Advice, support and facilities for healthy minds and bodies (including an onsite gym at our Adelaide, Brisbane & Sydney offices) Time off - News offers a range of leave options to support your personal needs and moments that matter in life: Parental leave, Birthday leave, Volunteer leave, Career break and Compassionate leave. Helping you grow - Development opportunities (including diversity and inclusion - focused education series) and recognition Financial wellbeing - Support on making the most of your money Perks & discounts - Exclusive offers across a range of products and services Giving back - Make a difference to our communities. Workplace Inclusion and facilities - Engage with your passions through various employee-resource groups and accessibility to multi-faith quiet rooms & parents' rooms Who are we? What's next? Apply now or for more information on careers at News Corp Australia visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion We know that diversity strengthens our teams and newsrooms as we seek to tell stories that represent the diverse communities of Australia that we serve. Our people make us unique and we all have a story. We encourage people of all ages, backgrounds, races, cultures, religions, sexual orientations, abilities and gender identities to apply. Inclusion is important to us and we want everyone at News to bring their whole-selves to work. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, or would like to outline which pronouns you prefer, please feel free to let us know. If you require any accommodations or adjustments throughout the recruitment process, please feel free to let us know. For more information regarding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at NewsCorp Australia please visit www.newscorpaustralia.com/careers under the DEI section. Category: Associated Businesses • Fri, 10 MayNews Corporation Australia

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