[ASC-list] Wanted: web content manager for the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute
penny_fannin at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 9 00:51:43 UTC 2010
The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical
Research is beefing up its communications team and is looking for a web content
manager (and a communications and marketing officer, this job has been posted
separately). If you have used a CMS, have experience in writing for the web,
know what a hashtag is and have spent some time managing projects, we'd like to
hear from you.
If you want to have a chat about the job please email
or phone Penny Fannin, fannin at wehi.edu.au or phone 03 9345 2555.
The job ad
Are you an experienced web content manager looking
for the next challenge? Do you have a feel for where social media is heading?
Then this role could be for you!
In this role you
will be consulting with the Strategic Communications and Marketing Manager to
develop and implement innovative web-based media and communications strategies.
responsible for the development and implementation of the institute’s social
media strategy, developing content for the institute’s internet site, managing
the redevelopment of its intranet site as well as identifying and implementing
new ways of communicating electronically. You’ll also be responsible for
creating web-related communications policies, strategies and proposals.
You’ll have a
tertiary qualification in science or demonstrated background in biomedical
research promotion or a related area, along with qualifications and/or
experience in specific and applied aspects of public relations or
communications (such as electronic publishing or web development).
This position is
available for 2 years in the first instance.
$75,664 - $81,898 (HEW 8). Up to 17% superannuation and attractive salary
packaging options are available.
description is available on our website
General enquiries should be directed to Penny
Fannin on (03) 9345 2555 or fannin at wehi.edu.au.
For 95 years the
Walter and Eliza Hall Institute’s scientists have pursued the institute’s
mission of Mastery of Disease
The Walter and
Eliza Hall Institute is home to more than 550 researchers who are working to
understand, prevent and treat diseases including cancer – particularly blood
cancers and breast cancer – type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, coeliac
disease, hepatitis and malaria.
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