About the role
Autism CRC is currently seeking an exceptional candidate to undertake the role of Education Community Coordinator in the Knowledge Translation Team. This is a full-time role, reporting to our Manager, Research Translation, for a period of 12 months with possibility of extension.
This role supports the development and delivery of inclusionED professional learning platform for educators, and myWAY Employability online career planner for autistic young people.
The Education Community Coordinator will work with the inclusionED team to build, support and moderate a community of practice of educators using inclusionED resources in classroom teaching practice. Together with our Marketing Communications team, will also develop and deliver a social media strategy targeting teachers and school leaders.
This role requires keen interest and capability in community building and communications for educators to promote evidence-based and research informed teaching practice.
Qualifications and Experience
- Relevant tertiary qualification in education, communications or related fields, or experience in a similar role
- 3+ years’ experience in teaching or education-related role
- Strong understanding of how to create engaging content for educators
- Excellent written communication skills and strong attention to detail
- Excellent knowledge of social media platforms and content scheduling tools
- Comfortable using (or proven ability to learn to use) website content management systems including uploading and maintaining content
Qualifications and Experience (Desirable)
- Lived experience of autism
- Experience working collaboratively to deliver projects with autistic individuals or others with a disability
- Experience working with education researchers
- Experience working in community management, social media-focused or other similar role
About the organisation
Autism CRC is the world's first national cooperative research centre focused on autism. Our vision is to see autistic people empowered to use their diverse strengths and interests. Our programs take a whole-of-life view from diagnosis and the early years, through the school years and into adult life. We are committed to inclusive research practices and co-production of outcomes with those on the spectrum and their families to ensure our research provides practical and tangible outputs that benefit the community.
Autism CRC was established in 2013 and is the world’s first national, cooperative research effort focused on autism. We provide the national capacity to develop and deliver evidence-based outcomes through our unique collaboration with the autism community, research organisations, industry and government. Currently, we have 56 participant organisations and other partners based around Australia and internationally.
How to apply
Applications not allowed for this job listing.
Please quote in application: Education Community Coordinator via Pro Bono Australia.