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Communications, Business Development, with Emphasis in Online

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Location : Melbourne (Melbourne)

Organisation : Health Issues Centre

Work Type : Part-time

Salary Type : Hourly

Application Closing Date : 24 Aug, 2018

About the Role

Do You Have an X-Factor? Right now we are looking for people with something special to join our growing team of troublemakers. Of course we’re interested in your expertise (we expect you to be leading exponents in your chosen field) but we’re more interested in your self-critical awareness, empathy, enthusiasm and ability to make us slap our foreheads and shout “Now why didn’t I think of that?”. Respectful, transparent, communicative, collaborative, accountable are not aspirational just business as usual. So what distinguishes us as a team? Fearless Flying We don’t micro manage – we assume you know what you’re doing and that if you don’t you’ll work it out. I’ve Got Your Back We set you up to over achieve and help you up when you stumble No Surprises Failure isn’t an option. It’s a necessity. Just learn from it don’t cover it up. “BOOM”  If it’s not fixed – we will break it. And build something that does work. We know we’re not the right option for everyone but we’re only looking for the exceptional. So if you believe you have an X-factor to go with any of these skills we want to hear about it:

  • Communications skills (social media, website, videography, PR, journalism);
  • Qual/quant research skills;
  • Organisational culture change;
  • Human centred design;
  • Agile project management;
  • Business development

About the Organisation

Organisation Name : Health Issues Centre

This isn’t just a funky workplace!  We are in the serious business of transforming the health system so that it better serves the people it was built for. And that requires super-human powers. Our weapons of choice include skills based training, performing arts, and social media. Our super-powers include mediating crowd conversations, extracting behavioural insights from white noise, agile project management and using human centred design to create solutions for people not institutions.

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For details concerning this role, please contact

Kate Mohay

Phone : 0386769050

Email : careers@healthissuescentre.org.au

Applications not allowed for this job listing.


Please quote in application: Communications, Business Development, with Emphasis in Online via Pro Bono Australia.


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