About the Role
- Improve communications with internal staff and partners
- Develop and deliver an innovative internal communications strategy
- Newly created, national role
The Communications Specialist is a newly created role responsible for driving improved communication and engagement within the headspace network. This key national role is responsible for developing and delivering a communication and stakeholder engagement strategy for a range of stakeholders and also enhancing internal communications in the headspace National Office.
Specifically you will;
- Develop, implement and evaluate strategies for improved internal communications/stakeholder engagement
- Advise, consult and collaborate with the headspace national office and the broader headspace network
- Develop a range of new and creative communication and engagement initiatives, tools and platforms
- Analyse the effectiveness of initiatives, tools and platforms to support the needs of a dispersed workforce
- Write engaging content, tailoring it to suit to different audiences across the headspace network
- Liaising with suppliers, such as designers, printers and digital developers
You will be suited to this role if you have a marketing and communications background with previous experience in organisational internal/network communications and stakeholder engagement within a large organisation, with a dispersed workforce.
You will be highly collaborative and consultative and understand the importance of relationship building. You will have an exceptional ability to engage and communicate to groups of people verbally and in writing, with the awareness and maturity to tailor your communicate style to various audiences. You will be insightful with the ability to think creatively and provide innovative solutions to address different needs within the organisation.
It is desirable your experience comes from government, not-for-profit or the public health sector.
About the Organisation
headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation providing early intervention mental health services to 12 – 25 year olds.
headspace enables young people and their families to access support through a national network of centres, online and telephone services, and a school support program. headspace also drives community awareness and education about youth mental health, early intervention and help seeking
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Please quote in application: Communications Specialist via Pro Bono Australia.