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Director, Strategic Communications and Engagement

  • Classification: Executive Level 2
  • Salary range: $134,764 – $169,057 plus 15.4% super
  • Location: Canberra / Melbourne – with hybrid working arrangements available
  • Status: Flexible: Full-time / Part-time
  • Position type: Ongoing *
  • Applications close Sunday 21 April 2024

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About the role

We are looking for a strategic thinker and strong communicator, who enjoys working in an issues rich environment to join our Strategic Communications and Engagement group in the role of Director, either in our Canberra or Melbourne office.

Working under the direction of the Assistant Commissioner, you will be responsible for providing editorial leadership and support to the PC, which includes overseeing the production of inquiry and research reports, media releases, opinion pieces, social media and other collateral as required.

You will also work collaboratively with production, design and communications teams to ensure all documents are edited to a high standard and all content is editorially and grammatically sound and that the PC brand voice and standards are maintained.

If you are a highly motivated team player with outstanding skills in writing, editing and creating narrative threads across a range of publications and channels, along with a proven ability to lead and deliver strategic activities and projects, we encourage you to apply.

Tertiary qualifications and/or relevant experience journalism, editing, copywriting, digital content, user experience design, digital marketing, or strategic communications is essential.

* A merit pool of suitable candidates may be established and used to fill similar vacancies, either on an ongoing or non-ongoing basis.

Be yourself at the Commission

We welcome and celebrate diversity, and value the unique backgrounds, perspectives and experience that each person brings to our workplace. Parents, carers, people of all ages, abilities and genders, people from the LGBTQIA+ community, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people of all cultures and faith are encouraged to apply.

What we offer

The Commission offers a competitive salary plus generous superannuation with employer contributions of 15.4%.

We provide on-going learning and development opportunities tailored to individuals’ needs at different points of their careers including access to study assistance opportunities.

We have a collaborative, flexible work environment and we recognise the importance of balancing work commitments with family, caring and other personal commitments outside work.

We actively promote inclusion and diversity in our workplace. We value a workforce diverse in age, cultures, life experiences and abilities, and value their broad and diverse skills and perspectives.

Position eligibility requirements

You must be an Australian citizen or, in limited circumstances, in the process of obtaining citizenship, to be eligible for employment with the Commission.

Ready to apply or keen to find out more?

To find out more about this role, and what to include in your application, please review the Candidate Information Kit provided above.

To find out more about this role, or our recruitment process, please contact:

Our Human Resources team

If you’re ready to apply for this role, please follow the instructions at the link below.

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