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Townsville Bulletin seeking deputy editor

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The Townsville Bulletin is on the market for a new deputy editor.

The deputy editor will be in charge of the Bulletin’s content production for print and digital platforms, including monitoring leads that may grow into huge stories and to mentor journalists with their own workplace development.

The position is open to seasoned journalists with a detailed record of editor-level experience, fair judgment in content production, writing within deadlines, and deep knowledge across various topics. Candidates familiar in North Queensland politics may be considered.

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Tasmania DSG seeks comms team leader

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Applications close: 07/20/2020 01:07 AM

The Tasmania Department of State Growth (DSG) is in need of a new communications team leader, based out of Hobart. The position will be valid up to 10 May 2022.

The person will be tasked with building and executing new communications and marketing strategies for the State Roads Division. They will also collaborate with the DSG stakeholder engagement and stakeholder communication department heads in running associated activities.

Other tasks include drafting periodic campaign performance reports, writing official content for media/digital releases, and training State Roads staff in their PR and communication skills.

Candidates for the post must be graduates of marketing and/or communications courses with considerable work experience in the associated disciplines, most particularly in the government sector. They need to demonstrate experience in decisive problem-solving, project management, and executive-level written and oral communication skills. A valid drivers’ licence is highly preferred.

AFP hiring for ACT communications officer

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Applications close: 07/17/2020 01:07 AM

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) is in need of a new communications officer under the ACT Policing’s Media and Public Engagement team in Canberra.

The person will be assigned to support ACT Policing’s communications needs through developing credible strategies and advice for the department and external parties. They will also build content for the force’s official channels and will be seconded to the ACT Government Public Information Coordination Centre during emergency situations.

Candidates for the post must have a detailed record in the corporate communications/PR and marketing circuit, including but not limited to government roles, plus prior vetting under AFP background protocols. Applicants who are also proficient in graphic design may be considered.

Kalkine Media to hire senior journalist/PR specialist

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Kalkine Media is in need of a PR specialist and a senior journalist, to be based in Sydney.

The person will be tasked with developing news articles and communications materials such as blogs, press releases, videos, and speeches, among others. They will also support the marketing, sales, and brand leadership teams on other matters, plus speak at official events and travel abroad for official functions as needed.

Applicants must be journalists or PR practitioners with a detailed background in the financial services industry and the stock market. As the job requires overseas travel, the candidate must have a valid passport.

The Courier hiring for editor

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Narrabri, NSW paper The Courier is in need of a new editor.

The editor will be in overall charge of the newsroom, including sub-editing and producing copy, and managing staff assignments. They will also coordinate with the management, advertising and production staff on other matters.

The position will be open to seasoned journalists with a good deal of editor-level experience and are willing to be based in Narrabri.

PR specialist sought for MAZDA Australia

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The Australian arm of Japanese automaker MAZDA is hiring a PR practitioner for its national marketing department, based at the company’s Mulgrave, Melbourne offices. The position will be on a 12-month, fixed-term contract.

The person will be tasked with supporting the department’s senior PR manager in developing and executing MAZDA Australia’s brand campaigns across automotive and lifestyle media.

Candidates for the post must be graduates of journalism, PR, or other communications-related courses with over two years’ experience in a consumer PR environment plus corporate writing.

They should demonstrate a detailed understanding of media processes, creative design, and event management. Proficiency in MS Office and Adobe software, and web development is recommended, as well as a record of involvement with the automotive industry.