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Digital Communications Coordinator

WayAhead

About the business

At WayAhead, we work every day to educate people throughout New South Wales on mental health and wellbeing and link them to services and resources that improve their mental health.

Our vision is for a society that understands, values and actively supports the best possible mental health and wellbeing.

We work towards better mental health and wellbeing through:

  • The co-ordination of mental health promotion activities such as Mental Health Month NSW, WayAhead Workplaces and Perinatal Depression and Anxiety Awareness Week
  • Free anxiety support groups throughout NSW
  • The provision of mental health information – the WayAhead Directory, mental health factsheets
  • Education seminars such as or Understanding Anxiety Forums and Professional Development Workshops – for people living with a mental health condition, the public and health care professionals
  • Small Steps workshops for parents and school teachers to raise awareness and improve recognition of anxiety disorders in children.

About the role

The Digital Communications Coordinator will be an integral part of a small Communications team. It will be responsible for the coordination of communication channels used by WayAhead by ensuring high quality content is created, sourced and produced.

The Digital Communications Coordinator will report into and work closely with the Digital and Creative Services Specialist to develop WayAhead's branding and communications strategy, and support WayAhead staff to implement this. Content will support program marketing strategies, media campaigns and engagement with stakeholders across a range of channels.

Join a committed and supportive team in a modern shared workspace with a fantastic vibe, flexible work culture and a focus on wellbeing and work/life balance.

Benefits and perks

  • A 12-month part-time position (3-days per week) with the potential to extend.
  • Competitive salary: Social, Community, Home Care & Disability Services Award: Level 4, Pay Point 1.
  • Option of Salary Packaging.
  • Additional days-off, above the Award Leave provided at the end of the year.
  • Flexible working arrangements such as flexible start/finish times, the ability to accrue time-in-lieu and working from home.
  • A workplace wellbeing program including daily personal wellbeing time and regular wellbeing events.
  • Opportunity to work at Collective Purpose, a workspace shared by four like-minded community managed organisations.
  • City-location with modern offices including standing desks, natural light, a small garden, close to light rail, bus stops, cafes and restaurants.
  • Welcoming and inclusive culture encouraging diversity and equal opportunity.

Skills and experience

This role will suit someone who has been a digital marketing coordinator with a good grounding in marketing and digital media marketing.

Inherent requirements for this role include demonstrated experience using and managing social media platforms, content creation, branding and evaluating, and developing avenues for communication and promotions. You will have (or be studying towards) a qualification in Marketing, Digital Media Marketing, or similar.

You will be confident and proactive in building relationships and coordinating workflows across different departments, and have knowledge and sensitivity on social justice and mental health principles. Having a solutions-focused mindset and a drive to learn, are also key qualities for this role.

You will be highly regarded if you also have experience with Google Analytics, Wordpress and knowledge of Zoom and Eventbrite functionality.

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