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Digital Paid Media Specialist is the most popular profession in in the category Media & Publishing. According to our Site the number of vacancies is 11. The average salary of the profession of Digital Paid Media Specialist is 6667 aud

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Partnerships Manager
Broadsheet, Fitzroy VIC, melbourne
The RoleAn incredible opportunity awaits for a Partnerships Manager to join a newly created team within Broadsheet.  We are launching an exciting new membership product that will give our readers unprecedented access to exclusive offers, events and openings as well as a brand new app.Reporting to the Head of Marketing and Growth you will be responsible for the strategic development of key partnerships to ensure there is a full and exciting schedule of upcoming benefits for Broadsheet members. Your ability to create strong and productive stakeholder relationships will enable you to manage our partner relationships, negotiate outstanding benefits for our members and skillfully manage the implementation of the program.Key Responsibilities:Ensuring there is a full, exciting schedule of upcoming benefits for Broadsheet members.Looking for category gaps and opportunities with new partners.Ensuring there is a balance of different kinds of offers and a spread across Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.Approaching partners and confidently presenting opportunities for involvement to them.Negotiating and collaborating with partners to refine their benefits and drive value for members.Agreeing with partners how offers will be facilitated and communicated to the Broadsheet audience and members.Working with partners and Broadsheet teams and suppliers to implement the benefits – this can be anything from arranging discount codes through to working with the team and partner to bring events to life.Working with the marketing team to promote the benefits to the Broadsheet audience and members.Monitoring the effectiveness of benefits in converting readers to members as well as monitoring uptake of benefits and member satisfaction to inform planning and strategy for future offers.Your Skills & Experience:Tertiary degree or equivalent professional qualification in marketing, public relations or business.A minimum of 3 years working in a partnerships role or account/campaign management.Experience in publishing, marketing, or a creative agency environment with exposure to brand partnerships and events is highly desirable.Ability to work autonomously yet collaboratively.Enjoy engaging with partners  and building lasting, productive relationships.Demonstrated ability to multi-task and manage competing priorities.Highly organised (prioritising, time management, multi-tasking).Strong initiative and decision making abilities.Excellent written and verbal communication. Excellent presentation skills.Proficient in Microsoft Office, especially Microsoft Word and Excel.A solid understanding of the Broadsheet brand, visual style and tone.About BroadsheetBroadsheet is the go-to for Australian culture. Our goal is to connect our readers with the very best our cities have to offer and we do this through covering breaking news and in-depth reporting on food and drink, art and design, fashion, entertainment and travel. We are one of the country’s most influential independent publishers and award-winning media brands. In addition to our websites we keep our readers informed and connected through social media channels, print papers, video content, books and events. We’re proud of the special workplace culture we’ve developed and love the passion that our team shows for the work they do for our national audience which is in the millions.Working at BroadsheetFlexible working-from-home arrangementsA nimble start-up cultureTraining and career developmentAn ambitious, passionate and talented teamA fun, inclusive and supportive cultureA great inner-city locationPerks including paid birthdays off and tickets to eventsThe option to bring your dog to workWe would love to hear from you if you’re keen to work hard within a great culture while developing your career with Australia’s leading digital publisher.  To apply, please submit your CV and cover letter. Your cover letter should outline your experience and reasons you’d be a good fit for the role.
Associate Editor, Cricinfo
Disney Interactive Media Group, Melbourne, Victoria
Job Summary:We are hiring an Associate Editor / Reporter to join ESPN based in Melbourne on a permanent basis. The Reporter/Associate Editor for ESPNCricinfo must have a passion for, and an in-depth knowledge of cricket, both within Australia/New Zealand, and the game globally, along with significant experience in news gathering, editing and producing related content in the digital space. The candidate will be a passionate cricket reporter and content creator who will work closely with management teams within ESPNCricinfo and ESPN.com.au to develop a comprehensive, engaging and informative product that sets us apart from the competition. This includes developing world-class multi-platform content, breaking news and taking advantage of all the resources at ESPN, including but not limited to TV, Digital, Audio and Video content.Responsibilities:Utilise existing contacts, and develop new ones in order to break news and write stories for ESPNCricinfo platforms globally.Cover cricket matches, both from the venue and remote, and write match reports, previews and analysis pieces and do pieces to camera when required.Interview players and cricket administrators for newsy pieces and features, both in text and video.Writing ball-by-ball commentary for live matches.Work alongside the Deputy Editor and broader Editorial Team to develop and implement an integrated editorial strategy by which ESPNcricinfo content informs, entertains and engages the audience, and continues to place the business at the forefront of global cricket coverage.Programming of ESPNcricinfo, including but not limited to match reports, copy editing, headline and blurb and photo selection.Daily communication with, and programming of, ESPNcricinfo 's suite of Global pages.Produce original content and repurpose and upload third-party material, manage photos and video, and maintain ESPNcricinfo socials and other ancillary products.Management of live events, both locally and internationally.Liaise with freelance contributors to ensure topicality and relevance of comment and analysis, and with global management and editorial teams to ensure aligned content creation while exploring new avenues to develop the ANZ audience.Develop and implement new ways of working and thinking, facilitating more timely delivery of content.Maintain a detailed knowledge of the world of domestic and international cricket, and a good grasp of current affairs, pop culture and trending topics outside sport to inform decision-making.Submit ideas and suggestions regarding content to the Deputy Editor.Contribute to Global Events as a member of the relevant editorial teams as required.Develop strategies to further integrate ESPNcricinfo content into existing local ESPN properties including ESPN.com.au editorial and social platforms, and the Footytips and Fantasy brands.Contribute to the growth of video and audio consumption as a company priority and generate and execute original video and audio ideas.Basic Qualifications:Bachelor's degree or higher in journalism, communications or a related field.Typically 3-5 years of writing, news reporting, content creation and/or editing/programming experience within cricket.Strong news judgment and superior editing skills are especially important; examples of previous work are required.Able to follow and shape stories at various stages of development using various means of presentation; advanced news judgment, and understand cricket from a journalistic point of view.Excellent English grammar and organisational skills.Understanding of HTML and related web-authoring tools and software, and social media tools.Strong knowledge of social media and emerging technologies.Appreciation of broader social culture and the tastes of ESPNCricinfo's audiences, and the wider Australian and New Zealand sport's audiencePreferred Qualifications:A strong instinct and natural passion for news gathering.An ability to write accurately and coherently under pressure.Ability to work autonomously and contribute to ESPNCricinfo's global coverage.Must be able to demonstrate strong initiative and self-motivation.Attention to detail and an ability to embrace new technologies are vital.The ability to develop contacts and to use them as appropriate.Additional Information:Will need to be able to work evenings, overnights, weekends and public holidays as necessary to maintain a 24/7 digital platform and news cycle.This is unique opportunity to join the talented team that develops and delivers unparalleled entertainment across Australia and New Zealand so if this role captures your imagination then apply now!The Walt Disney Company & ESPN are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strive to be a diverse and inclusive workforce that is representative of our audiences, and where all can thrive and belong. We are committed to building a team that includes and respects a variety of voices, identities, backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. Salary: . Date posted: 05/31/2021 10:17 AM
Digital Producer
Basketball Australia, Wantirna South, Victoria
Basketball Australia Basketball Australia is the governing and controlling body for the sport of basketball in Australia. A not-for-profit business, Basketball Australia’s members are the eight state and territory basketball associations who we work closely with to grow the sport. Basketball Australia manages our elite national teams (Boomers & Opals, Rollers & Gliders plus men’s and women’s 3x3), our Centre of Excellence facility, elite competitions including Australia’s longest running women’s competition, the Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL), major international competitions, annual national junior championship events as well as Australian basketball’s official junior game development program and other national programs and events. Basketball is an Olympic and Paralympic sport and shares one of the highest international sporting profiles with the sport also ranked as the second most popular team sport in Australia with over 1 million people playing the game. Basketball Australia manages 22 national teams which compete in Olympic and Paralympic Games, Commonwealth Games and FIBA World Championships. About the Role Basketball Australia is seeking to appoint a Digital Producer who will be responsible for developing and maintaining Basketball Australia’s websites and related digital infrastructure to drive growth for the sport.  This role will balance content goals with other business outcomes including branding guidelines/tone of voice, SEO, accessibility and ensuring content on our suite of websites is aligned to achieve measurable commercial outcomes. The organisation needs to market and communicate our activities widely and derive actionable insights for business intelligence reporting.  As such you will work closely with both the Marketing and Communications Manager’s as part of the Marketing, Communications and Digital department to ensure BA’s digital solutions are fit for purpose.  This will extend to identifying opportunities to support and collaborate with State and Territory associations.   The successful candidate will be a digitally focused individual with a background in managing digital projects. You will work collaboratively with other digital stakeholders to pro-actively identify and recommend improvements to optimise and enhance the digital experiences and customer journey through website and content development. KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY            Reporting directly to the Executive General Manager, Marketing, Communications and Digital the role will manage a team member and will be responsible for overseeing the following key areas: Overseeing the development of Basketball Australia’s digital assets that will drive growth and help map customer journeys to define the purpose and goal of content. Determine an optimal digital architecture to help users discover content across the suite of websites and associated digital platforms. Project management of digital development - from concept to completion Develop and maintain strong relationships with key technology partners who provide digital solutions, including websites and ecommerce. Work with the Marketing and Communications Manager’s to enhance the digital assets to ensure products are servicing the needs of the organisation. Work with key team members to establish and monitor an appropriate process for how the content migration/creation should be managed and prioritised. Coordinate, develop, create and deploy content ensuring it improves the customer journey and engagement and meets style, tone and marketing message requirements. Re-purpose print and PDF material for digital usage. Ensure the suite of websites are SEO optimised to improve the findability, usability and relevance of our content. Conduct regular reporting on content activity and trends, to drive ideas and innovation. across digital and data platforms and support the growth objectives of the organisation and inform key stakeholder of digital performance using Adobe Analytics, other analytics tools and reporting dashboards. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE You will be able to tell us how you have delivered digital projects for the businesses you have worked for.   You will demonstrate a track record in managing budgets well and ensuring you extract value from the resources you have available to you.  You are committed to excellence with a personal drive and energy to deliver results. Building and maintaining strong relationships is a natural strength both internally and externally. Most of all your experience means that you can be self-sufficient and deliver results against our new strategic plan while providing input for future activities. Key Selection Criteria Proven ability to deliver projects on time, on brand and on budget. Demonstrated understanding of the commercial value of digital assets. Strong web analytical and reporting experience with an ability to use data to drive innovation/ using Google Analytics and/or other reporting tools. Experience applying SEO principles and Accessibility principles to content. Proven experience in content management/production using one or more content management systems to organise and publish content such as Wordpress & Weebly. Working knowledge of HTML & CSS desirable. Stakeholder engagement and communication skills, including listening, gathering information and problem solving. Experience reviewing content and providing feedback to content authors/stakeholders to support content improvement toward goals/target audiences. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. A tertiary qualification in Marketing, Business, or a related discipline or equivalent industry experience. 2+ years solid experience as a digital produce/web content author. Proficiency with a wide range of technology tools, including SharePoint; Content management systems and Microsoft Office toolset. Please include a covering letter and your resumé. Your covering letter must show us why you should be considered for the role, with careful attention to the criteria set out above. Please go to the Basketball Australia Linkedin page (via the apply for this role button below) to apply.
Communications Officer
Victorian Healthcare Association, Melbourne
Job descriptionThe Victorian Healthcare Association (VHA) is the peak body supporting Victoria’s public health services to deliver high-quality care. Established in 1938, the VHA represents the Victorian public healthcare sector, including public hospitals, aged care and community health services.The VHA provides its members exceptional access, influence and engagement with key decision-makers involved in policy development and system reform. As well as providing a unified voice for the sector, the VHA delivers strategic business support for its members through professional development programs, networking opportunities, and informative events on vital issues.Working at the VHA offers great benefits such as salary packaging, ongoing staff development and additional paid leave at Christmas and Melbourne Cup weekend.About the roleIn this newly created role, you will support the Communications and Engagement Manager to deliver high-quality communication and engagement activities that enhance the VHA’s public profile. A key function of this position will be to manage the VHA’s digital communication platforms, including planning, developing and publishing compelling content on the VHA’s website, social media channels and in member newsletters. You will work closely with colleagues to promote VHA initiatives and develop resources to support our members.About youYou have experience in developing and delivering communication and engagement activities, preferably in the healthcare, government or not-for profit environment. You will have communication, stakeholder engagement, and coordination skills to support the promotion of the VHA and its initiatives. You are a team player with a collaborative mindset and aligned to the vision, purpose and values of VHA with a member-centric focus.Key dutiesPrepare compelling content and coordinate the delivery of high-quality communications, including newsletters, social media posts, website content, and multimedia assets.Support the development and promotion of member events, professional development programs and networking opportunities in online, face-to-face and hybrid environments.Identify and pitch proactive media opportunities, develop media responses, and effectively manage risks and issues to maintain and enhance the VHA’s public profile.Monitor and report on communication and engagement activities, and use evaluation data to recommend improvements and innovations.Provide advice on media, stakeholder engagement and communication activities to VHA colleagues.Provide proof reading and editorial support to VHA colleagues, in line with brand and language style guides.Selection criteriaEssentialDemonstrated ability to develop and implement effective communication and engagement strategies and plans.Excellent verbal and written communications skills, with exceptional attention to detail.Demonstrated capacity to analyse audience needs, understand stakeholder issues and concerns, and tailor communications accordingly.Proficient using digital communication platforms, including CMS, social media, analytics, and newsletter platforms.Well-developed organisational skills, including the ability to prioritise competing responsibilities and tasks.A relevant tertiary qualification in communications, public relations or similar and a minimum of two years’ experience in a communications role.DesirableKnowledge of the public health sector or government.Experience working in a health or community health service.
Digital Communications and Social Media Officer
Australian Services Union, Melbourne
Job descriptionWe are looking to employ a Digital Communications and Social Media Officer to join our fast-paced National Campaigns and Communications Team! (9 month fixed-term maternity leave cover position) Full time equivalent annual salary is $69,000 - $76,000 based on experience, plus superannuation and generous conditions.This role will be part-time (0.8 or 0.6 FTE), is fixed-term for 9 months and is to be based in Melbourne.The Australian Services Union is one of Australia’s largest unions, representing approximately 135,000 workers across a wide range of industries including social and community services, local and state government, admin, call centres, airlines, ATO, water, energy, disability services and more!Our union has a proud history of uniting and organising workers to protect and improve wages and conditions, and win social and economic change across the country, from our historic Equal Pay win, to our superannuation campaigns, achieving the first-ever paid family and domestic violence leave clause in the country, and our most recent campaigns for AviationKeeper and JobKeeper extensions.The Digital Communications and Social Media Officer plays a key role in delivering ASU national campaigns, communications and other projects.This is an exciting and challenging position that will focus on delivering high-quality digital and social media content for ASU strategic projects, industrial, political and issues-based campaigns, and communications.The role requires creative flair, knowledge of cutting edge social media and digital trends and platforms, as well as a professional approach to time and meeting deadlines.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:Social media engagementCreate and publish compelling, cutting-edge and on-brand social media content; and use innovative strategies to optimise audience engagement and action across all ASU social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter). This includes managing a content calendar for key platforms, moderating content, and analysing social media performance and engagement.Website content managementWork with the communications team to setup, edit and publish website content to drive traffic and create conversions, keeping it not only up to date with ASU activities but engaging for ASU members and potential members. This will include using Google analytics, insights and other analytical tools to report on key website metrics, traffic and engagement statistics.Digital advertisingManage digital advertising across social media platforms and search engines to maximise reach and effectiveness.Continuous improvementRecommend and implement improvements on social media and digital engagement best practice, and proactively liaise with Campaign and Communications staff in ASU Branches. Assist with the ongoing development, implementation and review of our social media communications strategy.KEY SELECTION CRITERIA:Required:Demonstrated success creating, managing and growing social media engagement across platforms including Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter or TikTok.Experience writing and creating high quality, engaging communications materials (including social media posts, EDM, and website copy).Competence in various content management systems (eg. WordPress, NationBuilder), building microsites for lead generation or HTML.Experience with designing and purchasing targeted online advertisements.Exemplary communication skills, both written and verbal.Ability to work effectively both as part of a team and independently, and to deadline.Desirable:Diploma level or higher in Digital and Social Media Marketing, Communications or similar.Intermediate graphic design skills.Intermediate skills with spreadsheet tools, for digital engagement analysis and report generation.Commitment to unions and social justice.SALARY AND CONDITIONS:Full time equivalent annual salary is $69,000 - $76,000 based on experience, plus superannuation and generous conditions.This role will be part-time (0.8 or 0.6 FTE), is fixed-term for 9 months and is to be based in Melbourne.If you have any questions about the role, please contact Gillian Strong on 0437 231 192.
Account Manager (Sales) - Val Morgan
val morgan, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, VIC
Who are we? Things are changing at Val Morgan. We are conquering the world of digital publishing with our exciting portfolio of digital assets including FANDOM. The Latch, POPSUGAR and Thrillist. There is something for everyone, whether it be “Taking fun seriously” or “ Empowering the new happily ever after”. Every month over 4.5 million Australians visit our sites for fun, facts, and fuel for thought. Val Morgan Digital closes the loop between Cinema and Outdoor Advertising with content that drives richer conversations for every screen, medium and platform. Together we give brands the best opportunity to drive campaign engagement, maximise audience attention and deliver results. The Job: Due to increasing demand, we are looking for a Senior Account Manager. The successful candidate will cement Val Morgan Digital as market leaders in showcasing branded content. You will be proactive in market, identifying opportunities for growth and optimising revenue. Being a natural people person, you will also foster a positive, productive, and long-lasting relationship with clients. Whilst no two days are the same, your day to day will include: Pitching & selling all products and services to new and existing clients Ensure booking schedules are accurate and oversee campaign delivery Collaborate internally and externally with key players to negotiate and close deals Strategize from in depth competitor and market research research Track key metrics and provide clear reporting on client campaigns Who are we looking for? Strong existing relationships with media agency and brand contacts A passion for publishing with an in depth understanding of the media landscape Able to extract and interpret briefs with saleable proposals A willingness to source new business opportunities & nurture them into key accounts A results and achievement orientated mindset, comfortable in a fast-paced environment Strong negotiation and persuasive skills to secure revenue Strong communication skills, confident at presenting and able to engage with audiences Experience in building and sustaining positive relationships with diverse stakeholders High attention to detail, able to prioritise tasks to meet deadlines Benefits & Culture: 50c movie tickets and more amazing discount perks Flexible working structure to accommodate for work-life balance An unbeatable culture with legendary team events Learn from the best Career progression and training opportunities Being rewarded through our competitive commission structure Think you’re up for it: Get ahead of the crowd and apply today While we take a look at your application, get to know us through our various social media channels.
Loan Writer
Randstad, Victoria, VIC
About the Firm My client is a major big 4 bank in Australia that is renowned for having one of the highest performing franchised residential lending firms in regional Victoria. If you want to work alongside some of the top writing lenders under a reputable major bank brand, but in a small team environment, and develop your career to eventually become an equity partner, this is the opportunity you have been waiting for About You Working in a progressive and tight knit team, you will be required to have working residential credit knowledge, have a circle of influence in which you are able to draw in leads and a solid network. The key aspects of this role will require you to support the principal franchise director in managing first home buyer leads, converting them to clients and writing up deals for them. You will have already demonstrated capacity in writing deals, whether as a lender in another bank, or in a broker environment. Alternatively, you may be a loan processor or have been working in credit, wanting to step into a client facing role with the incentive to make serious bonuses and commission. You should have a network or some level of experience in bringing in new business and a strong personality in order to be successful for this role. About the Role Ideally, as a loan writer in this role you must be able to demonstrate: Sales and lending experience, or business development experience A network that you are able to draw in first home buyers from Commercial business acumen in managing the customer experience Strong communication and relationship management skills Residential credit knowledge, and understanding of the 4C’s Flexible and proactive in managing your client portfolio and workload Minimum Cert IV in Broking and Finance, finance background or equivalent In return, you have the opportunity of building yourself as a key player in this team, as a loan writer under the direction of the franchise director, with the view to become an equity partner and make good bonus and commissions. If you have a hunger for being successful as a lender and love managing client relationships and building your network and personal brand within a top tier brand and high performing team, then you must contact Kasey Casal today on 0410 700 411 or email kasey.casalrandstad.com.au . Now hiring immediately for several franchised firms in various locations across Melbourne. Dedicated to paving the pathway for your career, and making an impact for your future. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.