|Position:||Digital content producer / Graphic designer|
|Basis:||Casual or contract, approx. 7-14 hours per week (on an as needs basis, hours spread over multiple days)|
|Location:||Flexible, Sydney or Canberra preferred|
|Duration:||4 months (with the possibility of extension)|
|Salary range:||$40-60 gross per hour casual or contractor rate, depending on skills, experience|
The digital content producer will help create engaging, shareable content, for print and online mediums that will help engage and expand our supporters, and amplify our voice in the crowded digital marketplace.
You will need very strong graphic design skills, and be able to work in a fast-paced environment.
Applicants would need to be available to start immediately.
The digital campaigner will be responsible for:
- The production of attention-grabbing graphics and compelling digital content for our website, social media, newsletters, and campaign materials to motivate people to act, and engage new audiences.
- The production of compelling short social media videos.
- Assisting with website content production and website management.
- Other tasks as directed.
Digital content will build on existing brand guidelines and templates.
The digital campaigner will work closely with other staff, including Invasive Species Council’s communications officer and other campaigners.
- Passion for using digital tools to advocate conservation messages.
- Demonstrated high level graphic design skill and experience using programs such as Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign.
- Video editing and production skills and experience.
- WordPress content management experience.
- Demonstrated success developing and implementing strong brand guidelines and templates.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and rapidly respond to campaign developments.
- Ability to manage and prioritise a range of tasks, plan tasks and work to deadlines.
- Ability to work in a decentralised organisation with limited supervision.
- Experience in campaigning, advocacy or change‐making.
- Experience in community organising and/or community campaigning.
- Copy writing and preparation of media releases.
- Understanding of invasive species management and environmental conservation.
For more information, please contact Candice Bartlett at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send your resume along with a detailed description of how you meet each of the selection criteria to email@example.com.
Applications close: 11pm Sunday 24 May 2020.
About the Invasive Species Council
The Invasive Species Council is a non-government organisation that seeks better laws and policies to protect the Australian environment from weeds, feral animals, insects, pathogens and other invaders. Formed in 2002, we were the first environment group in the world to focus solely on invasive species.
The organisation’s focus is on prevention and early action. Our primary objective is to achieve improvements to state and federal laws, policies, institutions and activities to systematically lower the risk of new invasive species establishing in Australia. The Invasive Species Council increasingly seeks to directly undertake prevention and early action activities including risk identification and on-ground eradication.
Our organisation has an impressive track record of achieving change. Over recent years we played a major role in securing $411 million over ten years to eradicate red fire ants from south east Queensland and to establish the Chief Environmental Biosecurity Officer, co-hosted the inaugural Australian Biosecurity Symposium and jointly conducted ground-breaking research to identify harmful invasive insects that could establish in Australia.
The Invasive Species Council leads the implementation of the Reclaim Kosci campaign. Horses are an important emerging vertebrate pest in Australia that, if not contained and their extent reduced, will impact large areas of Australia. We also lead the Threats to Nature project that seeks an effective national threat abatement system, creates opportunities for collaboration on threat abatement projects and demonstrates the value of community leadership and cross-sectoral collaborations.
Our strategic plan, campaigns and other background information can be found on our website: invasives.org.au