Communications Advisor - Projects

Posted 05 July 2024
Salary$55 - $60 per hour
Job type Contract
DisciplineCommunicationsPublic Relations

Job description

About the Opportunity
Our client, Wellington Shire Council, is nestled in the picturesque Gippsland region of Victoria. It’s a place where many dream of a simpler lifestyle, with wide open spaces and no traffic jams – this is where you’ll find us! Wellington Shire Council is dedicated to fostering a collaborative workplace culture that offers work-life flexibility and encourages growth and development. They take pride in providing a supportive environment with excellent career opportunities for their employees.

The Position
Are you a communications expert ready to elevate Wellington Shire Council’s communications, media, and engagement portfolio? The Council is seeking someone just like you to join the team as a Communications Advisor – Projects.

Key responsibilities will include but not limited to:
  • Collaborate with our Communications and Media team to create impactful, high-quality communications
  • Produce accurate written and visual content, including media releases, social media posts, newsletters, and website updates
  • Support and manage key projects that align with the council’s strategic priorities and goals
  • Stay informed about new trends and technologies to enhance our communication both internally and externally
  • Assist the organisation in transitioning to more efficient and effective communication practice
About You:
  • Assist the organisation in transitioning to more efficient and effective communication practice
  • Hold a degree in communications, media, journalism, or public relations, or have demonstrated experience in a communications role or project management
  • Possess some knowledge of the workings of different government levels
  • Competent in various digital communication channels, with experience using design and creative software
  • Exhibit strong problem-solving skills to design and measure the success of communications projects
  • Can handle sensitive information with professionalism
  • Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Have a strong ability to engage and influence others
  • Work well under pressure and manage time effectively

If you want to make a difference in your community while enjoying a flexible and supportive work environment. Take the next step in your career with us!

APPLY NOW or for any enquiries, please contact DFP Recruitment Gippsland on 03 5176 3140 Your confidentiality is assured.



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