About the Role
The purpose of this role is to develop, implement and manage Victorian Pride Centre’s external communication to effectively position the VPC with its communities and stakeholders within VPC’s strategic, policy and planning framework.
The role will be responsible for advising the VPC Communication Working Group on the positioning and maintenance of VPC’s profile within the LGBTI community, government and the broader community. This will include:
1. Managing communication activities and related day to day operations;
2. Managing VPC’s website and social media presence ;
3. Researching, writing, rewriting and editing content to support communications activities including the proposed Victorian Virtual Pride Centre
4. Monitoring and contributing to the management of relationships with stakeholders and media;
5. Working closely with the Communication Working Group to define, develop, and project manage the proposed Victorian Virtual Pride Centre;
6. Work closely with the VPC’s Communication Working Group to implement VPC’s Communication strategy;
7. Organising VPC events;
In addition as the VPC is in its early stages, other general duties may be required as needs are identified.
The Communication Adviser will be responsible for implementing the Communication Strategy within the context of the Community Engagement Policy and other VPC policies.
The Communication Adviser will report to the chair of the Communication Working Group. In future the position will report to the VPC CEO when that position is established.
Other key internal relationships are with the volunteer members of the Communication Working Group, the Chair of the Board, and the VPC Coordinator (to be appointed).
The successful applicant will abide by VPC’s values and work within VPC’s policy framework.
About the Organisation
The Victorian Pride Centre aims to be the most loved, well known and visited home for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) community in Australia.
The Victorian Pride Centre has four strategic goals: building a Pride Centre that is sustainable; building a home for major LGBTI organisations that is also accessible to other LGBTI community groups; building a hub that is a catalyst to promote cultural activities and LGBTI organisations; and, connecting individuals across Victoria and beyond through the proposed Victorian Virtual Pride Centre.
Planning for the centre, which will be located in Fitzroy Street, St. Kilda, is progressing well. Alongside the planning for and building of the Centre, community engagement, marketing and social media needs are growing significantly.
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