Overview

ALBURY WODONGA REGIONAL CANCER CENTRE TRUST FUND

The Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund is seeking its next Media and Communications superstar. If this is you, then the Trust wants to hear from you.

  • Work for a 100 per cent local charity
  • 0.5 FTE / 20 hours per week (flexible working arrangements available)
  • $84,968.00 – $89,928.80 FTE salary depending on previous experience

The Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund aims to raise funds to support cancer services in the Albury Wodonga region to provide quality treatment and care to patients and families.

An outstanding career opportunity awaits to join our small team and help communicate the stories, events and work of the Trust.

The Media and Communications Co-ordinator is responsible for: 

  • Developing, implementing, and delivering the annual communication plan to elevate the AWRCCTF’s profile and storytelling.
  • Produce the Trust’s quarterly Shine newsletter.
  • Establish and develop collaborative partnerships with key media, community and press influencers
  • Prepare and distribute media releases, articles, and content to secure positive media coverage
  • Implement and drive the AWRCCTF’s social media strategy
  • Drive year-round media attention, promoting the Trust’s activities, events, and partnerships
  • Implement measurement systems to evaluate the effectiveness of media and communications strategies
  • Website management, including Sunshine Walk web platform;
  • Speech writing;
  • Creation and updating of Trust promotional materials;
  • Promotion and first point of contact for community fundraising events.
  • Drive the Trust’s Customer Relation System (CRM) including Funrasin, salesforce and donation platforms. 

Key Qualifications, skills and experience 

Essential

  • Formal qualifications in Media and Communications or other related discipline such as Marketing and Public Relations;
  • At least three years relevant work experience in media and communications;
  • Experience in developing and implementing a communication plan;
  • Experience & demonstrated skills in website and social media management;
  • Experience in writing, editing and producing corporate communications (newsletters and appeals);
  • Highly developed computer skills including ability to work with CRMs, Microsoft Word, Excel and databases; 
  • Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills, including ability to manage media contact: and
  • Supportive work colleague and team player who is prepared to contribute to a small team.

Desirable

  • Experience working for a not-for-profit or charity organisations; and
  • A current driver’s licence

Applicants are encouraged to submit a CV along with a cover letter addressing the key qualifications, skills and experience. To request a copy of the position description, or a confidential discussion, please contact Tom O’Connor 0488 738 877 or email [email protected] 

Applications close 5pm Monday 18 March 2024, (or earlier if a suitable candidate is found). We assess applications as they are received so don’t wait until the closing date – apply now!