• Competitive salary: $122,211 - $130,643 + Super
  • Play a central role in developing campaigns
  • Amazing conditions including flexible hours arrangements

Are you looking for a challenging opportunity and are passionate about applying your community engagement skills to advocate for quality public services?

Join a supportive and enthusiastic team and play a central role in developing campaigning and communication strategies across the organisation.

This is a permanent position with a salary range of $122,211 to $130,643 per annum plus 11.5 % superannuation and great working conditions!

The Organisation

The Community and Public Service Union and the Civil Service Association have a firm commitment to building a fair and just society.

By encouraging an active membership in varied workplaces, we work to improve wages, employment conditions and the quality of public services for our community and state. We work to uphold our belief that robust, dynamic and high-quality public services are the foundation of a fair and just society. 

The Role

The Coordinator, Community Engagement and Communications plays a central strategic role in developing integrated online and offline mobilisation strategies across the organisation. It is responsible for coordinating, delivering and evaluating our community engagement and communications strategies and tactics. The role is responsible for organising people to advocate for our vision for quality public services and good government.

The role focuses on engaging and mobilising our community and stakeholders to participate in activity aligned with CPSU/CSA’s vision and campaign goals, through ongoing local and relational activity that sustains engagement. 

Your Skills

Do you have experience in strategy development for social change campaigns and a track record in engaging and mobilising people to act? Are you tertiary qualified with experience using digital engagement tools, CRMs and content management systems and can quickly learn, test and troubleshoot new tools? Are you creative and innovative and able to work autonomously to lead projects to agreed outcomes? Do you have experience in political and media engagement?

If this, is you, we want to hear from you!

Please download the attached job description form for a more detailed outline of the role including the selection criteria of the position.

Application Process

Follow link not CPSUCSA website

https://www.cpsucsa.org/coordinator_cec  

Write a covering letter addressed to Rikki Hendon, Branch/General Secretary and a statement addressing the selection criteria of the position (no more than 2 pages).  The online process for applicants is:

  • Click on "Apply Now" button then
  • Upload your resume or curriculum vitae
  • Write responses to the pre-employment screening questions
  • Upload your statement addressing the selection criteria and your covering letter

If you have any questions about the position, please contact Branch Assistant Secretary Melanie Bray on (08) 93233800 or Melanie. Bray@cpsucsa.org

Apply online