Job title: National Communications Co-Ordinator
Travel required: Inter & Intrastate
Position Type: Full Time Permanent
Salary Range: Commensurate with experience
Leave: 5 weeks annual leave Monthly Rostered Days Off
2 weeks personal leave
2 days compassionate leave per occasion
Reporting To: National Secretary
Superannuation: 12.5% with increases yearly
Overview – Role & Responsibilities
The Electrical Trades Union of Australia (ETU) is one of Australia’s leading campaigning Trade Unions, representing around 61,000 Electrical workers throughout Australia.
We are seeking a highly skilled and dynamic communications specialist to join our National Office.
The national communications co-ordinator is responsible for producing messaging, campaign communications, member communications, social media and media relations for the national office of the Electrical Trades Union.
Reporting to the National Secretary, you will have excellent writing skills and be able to take high- quality photos and videos and operate a range of digital elements on diverse platforms and on social media.
The role requires an adaptable, intelligent and determined individual who is comfortable working to tight and competing deadlines in an issues-rich environment.
You should be comfortable with, or able to become quickly conversant with, the fundamentals of news and press release writing, media management, long and short form copy, social media management, photography, video editing and digital campaigning.
This is a role in which relationships are crucial and you will be liaising with and handling multiple stakeholders with competing and overlapping priorities.
Based in our Sydney office, your duties will include but not be limited to:
What we are offering
To apply to join our strong, proud Union send us your CV and cover letter by 19th June 2020 outlining how you meet the duties and requirements to this role to firstname.lastname@example.org
Early applications encouraged. This position is available for immediate start.
The Health Services Union NSW/ACT/QLD is a growing 41,000-member strong union that aims to use its collective power to build a fair and just society through improving conditions for our members in the health and aged care industry. The organization’s annual turnover is approximately $21m, with an employee base of approximately 110 staff.
Our Union is focused on growth and draws its strength from the diversity of our membership.
We are currently looking for a permanent full-time Industrial Officer to join our team.
About the role:
The Industrial Officer/Bargaining Officer is based in our Industrial Division. The position holder will be a specialist in advocacy in conciliation and arbitration arenas; provide advice in industrial matters, case manage industrial disputes and conduct Enterprise Agreement bargaining.
Essential Experience and Qualifications:
Relevant legal studies or tertiary qualifications.
Salary will be offered based on skills and experience.
If interested, please forward your resume and cover letter to Ayshe Lewis via email at : email@example.com
For further information please contact Ayshe Lewis on 1300 478 679 or by email.
Applications close: COB 12 June 2020
Australian Services Union NSW and ACT Services Branch
Design and Communications Officer
12 month fixed-term maternity leave cover position
4 days per week
The Australian Services Union is tens of thousands of workers who have united to protect and improve our wages and conditions. We work across the disability and community sectors, public transport and water and the private sector.
We have a proud union history, from our historic Equal Pay campaign to pioneering working conditions across the public and private sectors and we are looking to employ an experienced Design and Communications Officer who will be responsible for communicating the story of our members.
The position is fixed-term for 12 months, four days a week to cover while one of our staff are on maternity leave. While our offices are currently closed and staff working remotely, as restrictions ease over the coming months the successful applicant will need to be prepared to work out of our Redfern office in Sydney.
The role involves listening to and understanding the needs of ASU members, organisers and leadership and making design decisions that campaign for, promote and defend the rights of workers.
The role requires the design of an extensive variety of materials, such as campaign identities, annual reports, magazines, as well as content for social media and our website. The Design and Communications Officer should be accustomed to adhering to existing organisational style-guides while coming up with new innovative ways to communicate stories.
You should be well versed in every aspect of the creative process from idea and concept formulation, through to development and execution of polished work.
The role demands creative flair, up-to-date knowledge of industry trends and software as well as a professional approach to time and deadlines.
Develop materials (e.g. print, merchandise, social media, video) that are exciting, engaging and consistent with the ASU brand.
Social media engagement
Create visually impactful, responsive and on-brand content for the ASU’s social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter). This includes graphic, image and video based content.
Website content management
Work with the digital team to manage our websites’ content, keeping it not only up to date with ASU activities but aesthetically compelling.
Develop identities and branding for ASU campaigns, both state and national. These require sensitivity to members and their work. You should generate recognisable aesthetics that inspire momentum and build upon the greater union movement.
Recommend and implement improvements on design and communications best practice.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED FOR THE ROLE
SALARY AND CONDITIONS
Full time equivalent annual salary is $85,629 to $90,953 based on experience, plus super and generous conditions.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply for this position please send:
Send these to Louise Craig firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Fixed Term Design and Communications Officer application via Unions NSW .
Applications close Thursday 18 June at 5pm.
If you have any questions about the role, please contact Tom Patton on 02 9310 4000.
Note: interviews will take place late June 2020 with a view to the successful candidate commencing employment in July 2020.
NSW Teachers Federation
The NSW Teachers Federation represents school teachers in New South Wales public pre-schools, infants, primary and secondary schools, Schools for Specific Purposes and teachers working in consultant/advisory positions. Teachers in TAFE and Corrective Services are also represented by Federation. The current financial membership totals over 66,000 practicing teachers and student teacher members. The Federation regards public education as a strong foundation for a sure future; it campaigns for betterments for all students who attend public schools so that they will receive a quality education.
About the Role
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced and motivated individual to fill the full time position of the Communications Manager. The Communications Manager is responsible for management and coordination of the Communications Section. This includes planning communication outputs, overseeing work flow, and managing the quality of work across digital and print production, including oversight of design, preparation, production and distribution in pursuit of membership, recruitment and retention, the dissemination of information, guidance and advice to officers and staff including in assisting with campaigns.
To be considered you will need to clearly demonstrate the following essential skills and experience:
How to apply
Send your application including a cover letter that addresses the requirements as listed, and a current resume to Sophie Fovargue, Human Resources Manager at: email@example.com, using the subject line: Communications Manager application via Unions NSW. Previous applicants need not apply.
Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed, and appointment is conditional upon successful reference checks and a probationary period of 3 months.
NATIONAL TERTIARY EDUCATION UNION (WA)
The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) WA Division is seeking a highly motivated individual with significant experience in industrial work within the trade union movement. Previous applicants need not apply.
This is a full-time, ongoing position. You will be assigned a mix of duties including:
The NTEU represents members in universities and other tertiary education and research institutions covering both academic and general/professional employees. The successful applicant will be committed to building the trade union movement, able to work closely with organisers to implement industrial campaigns, have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and knowledge of the tertiary education industry.
You will be located at the WA Division office in Subiaco and be required to travel to other NTEU branches in Perth from time to time on university campuses. A driver’s license that is valid in WA is essential.
The position will be filled at either NTEU Level 6 ($94,409 – $103,497) or NTEU Level 7 ($107,134 – $118,283) depending on skills and experience, plus 17% employer superannuation contributions.
For a copy of the Position Description and Selection Criteria please contact Joanne Riley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications addressing the selection criteria plus the names and contact details of two referees, should be addressed to the Division Secretary, Jonathan Hallett. To apply for this job go to: www.nteu.recruitmenthub.com.au & enter ref code: 5086925. Applications close COB Monday 25th May, 2020.
The NTEU values diversity in the workplace. Therefore applicants will be given priority consideration and preference in selection for this vacancy if they are from an Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander background.
Industrial Officer (12-month Parental Leave Cover)
Would you like to work at the NSW Doctors Union?
Then we’d love to hear from you.
The NSW Doctors Union (ASMOF) is a progressive union with a positive vision to protect, promote and advance the interests of salaried doctors in a fair and just society underpinned by a high-quality public health system.
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced industrial officer or organiser to join our team in early June for 12 months on a fixed term parental leave replacement contract. The role would suit someone interested in a short-term secondment opportunity.
The industrial officer plays a critical role in providing industrial services to members as well as supporting the Union’s broader campaigning initiatives.
The main responsibilities of the industrial officer include:
To be successful you must have:
Conditions include a commencing salary of $101,700 p/a (plus superannuation) and five weeks annual leave.
Hours of Work: This is a fixed term, full time parental leave replacement position of 38 hours per week to be worked between the hours of 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.
Start Date: Early June 2020.
How to apply for this job?
The Doctors Union is an equal opportunity employer and has a smoke free working environment.