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Organisation Historian

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Organisation : Musculoskeletal Australia

Location : Australia

Time required : 1 day per week

Duration of project : No set duration just until completed

Sector : Health – General

Posted on : 26 Sep, 2018

About the Role

Musculoskeletal Australia (or MSK) is the consumer organisation working with, and advocating on behalf of, people with arthritis, osteoporosis, back pain, gout and over 150 other musculoskeletal conditions.

At MSK we are passionate about providing information, education and support services to empower people living with arthritis, back pain, osteoporosis and 150+ musculoskeletal conditions so that they can live well and get the most out of life. We are proud to have been supporting people with arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions for 50 years.

We currently have an opportunity for an enthusiastic historian to join our team in Elsternwick for 1 day per week but could be more if suitable. The role of the historian will be to manage a specific project correlated to our 50 years of operation where historical photos will be assessed to match historical & significant events & people with articles in various publications over the 50 years.

We are looking for candidates who have the ability to use a computer and photocopier, strong research skills with previous experience and a strong commitment to see this project from beginning to end.

If this sounds like you and you would love to be a part of a passionate team & our 50 year milestone, contact Sara 03 8531 8004

About the Organisation

Organisation Name : Musculoskeletal Australia
Not for Profit : Yes

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Phone : 03 8531 8004

Please quote in application: Organisation Historian via Pro Bono Australia.


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