[ASC-list] job opportunities communicating water science [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Griffiths, Lynne Lynne.Griffiths at nwc.gov.au
Mon Jul 4 07:08:49 UTC 2011

Are you an enthusiastic communicator with an interest in environmental issues?

The National Water Commission is looking for two experienced communication professionals to join our small and busy team. This is an opportunity to promote the Commission's water reform objectives and communicate the research outcomes of our $250 million Raising National Water Standards Program.

Senior Public Affairs Officer

Executive Level 1

Salary: $87,575 - $97,626

Fixed Term Contract to 30 June 2012

As a Senior Public Affairs Officer, you will deliver a range of online and print communication products to internal and external clients. You will be primarily responsible for managing the production of the Commission's publications. This will require high-level time management skills to ensure delivery deadlines are met. You will liaise with both internal and external stakeholders to oversee quality control and editing. You will also coordinate delivery by third-party providers by preparing briefs, sourcing quotations, and checking proofs and artwork. You will also be called upon to write and edit associated communication materials. Demonstrated publication production experience, sound editing skills and proven ability to write effectively are essential.

Web Communication Coordinator

Public Affairs Officer Level 2 (APS6)

Salary: $74,255 - $81,806

Contract to 30 June 2012

As a Public Affairs Officer, you will manage and develop the Commission's web presence. The successful applicant will create, deliver and maintain a range of online communications content and materials to support the work of the National Water Commission.
In managing the content creation process, you will liaise with both internal and external stakeholders to source material, assess audience needs and advise on online communication trends. This will involve research and writing, as well as uploading and editing content within a Content Management System. Sound editing skills and proven ability to write effectively are essential.  With responsibility for implementing the Commission's web strategy, you will also provide advice on functionality, navigation and accessibility issues.

Both roles, based in Canberra,  require well developed team skills and a willingness to exercise initiative. A knowledge of and interest in water science and/or natural resources management is desirable.

Position descriptions and application procedures are available from our website - http://www.nwc.gov.au/www/html/113-introduction-employment.asp?intSiteID=1

Lynne Griffiths
Director, Communication and Parliamentary Liaison
National Water Commission
T   02 6102 6023
M   0412 786 945
E    lynne.griffiths at nwc.gov.au<mailto:lynne.griffiths at nwc.gov.au>


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