About the role
At Hepatitis NSW, we are more than community health educators, support workers, advocates and resource developers. We are a globally-respected team committed to eliminating viral hepatitis in NSW. We have responsibility for coordinating an annual health promotion campaign running across NSW. We’re looking for a Communications Project Officer – is that you?
Working from our office in Surry Hills, you will:
- support the coordination, implementation and evaluation of a $200k NSW state-wide annual health promotion campaign
- coordinate and support an Advisory Committee
- liaise with key consultants (research, creative, media buy and evaluation)
- embrace innovation – including digital marketing, video and storytelling.
You will shepherd key relationships and communication with project stakeholders, including NSW Ministry of Health, NUAA and Local Health Districts. You’ll be a confident team-player and have relevant qualifications or demonstrated experience in project management, preferably in media and communications. You will also have highly developed organisational abilities, verbal/written communication skills and attention to detail.
You will need to have/develop an understanding of the medical and social implications of hepatitis C and a commitment to harm reduction as it relates to injecting drug use and viral hepatitis. You will also need to have/develop an understanding of and familiarity with the culture and values of Aboriginal communities and of culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
We offer an inclusive culture, great learning and development opportunities, and benefits such as salary sacrifice, extra paid leave around New Year, an Employee Assistance Program and Education Leave.
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