Digital Content Coordinator (BB-DD013)
Found in: Neuvoo Bulk AU
About the role
We are looking for a passionate tech savvy digital content coordinator to support BirdLife Australia’s mission to stop extinctions and help secure the future of Australia’s birds and their habitats.
In this exciting new role, you will help shape the digital footprint of the company as we go ‘digital first’ and prepare to significantly transform BirdLife’s digital engagement capability.
You will have a critical role in both development of BirdLife’s new web presence and driving forward current digital communications and engagement activity.
Reporting to the Communications and Channels Manager, you will be part of a team responsible for content and story management across our key national digital channels that will also see you working closely with Engagement, Fundraising, Campaigns and Conservation teams.
You will do this by:
You will have at least 3-5 years’ experience working in a ‘digital first’ content environment with that unique mix of creativity, communications and technology. You’ll love developing digital capacity for an organisation, be highly organised and enjoy systematising content.
If this sounds like you – don’t hesitate apply today.
For more role details refer to the position description attached below or email HR@birdlife.org.au
To apply for this role you must:
Please note Birdlife does not accept applications from recruitment agencies.
At Birdlife we value diversity and inclusion and consider all candidates equally.
About the organisationOrganisation Name : BirdLife Australia
As Australia’s only national bird conservation charity, we are on a mission to put birds and nature on the path to recovery within a decade, leading and facilitating action that halts biodiversity loss and restores ecosystems. We can only achieve this with the help and support afforded to us by our diverse stakeholders - donors and philanthropists, individual and corporate supporters, and like-minded conservation organisations.
BirdLife Australia is a diverse organisation with more than 200,000 supporters, donors, volunteers, campaigners and members, over 60 staff across Australia, and a network of more than 40 voluntary community groups.
Our growing network of people generously give their time, expertise, voice and financial support, standing together with us to help protect Australia’s unique bird life.
BirdLife Australia takes a science and evidence-based approach to bird conservation. Where strong conservation plans are in place and well-resourced the evidence tells us that threatened species can be brought back from the brink of extinction. With a 100-plus year history and Australia’s strongest and longest-lived collection of data and surveys, BirdLife Australia brings a wealth of observation and experience to the protection of native birds.
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