intertwine is looking for a Marketing and Admin Officer for one day per week. Although the role will be small to begin with, we hope to continue to grow and hours may increase down the track. The role would suit a recent Communications or Marketing graduate or someone with experience in activist communications. Campaign communications training (Common Cause, race-class narrative, Pass the Message Stick) and training in communications tools will be provided.
You will join a small but enthusiastic team of people working to create social justice transformation through training and education, networking and communities of practice and community resources.
- Respond to enquiries and triage incoming communications
- Use templates to market intertwine training, services and products to organisations via email, phone and social media marketing
- Draft social media messages for posting on social media channels as directed
- Conduct direct marketing conversations with potential participants for intertwine training, Communities of Practice and other services
- Draft and update web pages for use on intertwine’s web site as directed
- Draft email and fundraising campaigns from time to time as required.
- Monitor and report on social media activities in the sector
- Draft communications strategies for specific events and campaigns as required
- Prepare reports analysing public engagement with intertwine’s communications channels from time to time.
- Liaise with clients pre-training delivery regarding logistics.
- Prepare post-training delivery certificates and reports.
- Conduct post-training follow-up with clients as required.
- Advise on public communications with regards to intersectional impacts from time to time.
- If time allows, assisting with grant applications, including writing grant proposals, assessing resource requirements and seeking appropriate partners
Key selection criteria
- Solid understanding of intersectional feminist theory, critical race theory, the social model of disability and queer theory
- Commitment to intersectional social justice
- Experience drafting messages for publication
- Experience with marketing
- Experience with design and layout
- Experience in assessing and analysing materials using an intersectional lens
- Familiarity with Meta Business Suite, WordPress, Canva
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and confident phone manner
- Self-starter with good organisational skills
This position is currently identified as a part-time level 4 position under the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award. It is envisioned initially as a 0.2 FTE role with opportunity for growth.
Work from home (if in Naarm, then possibility to work from Victorian Pride Centre)
Send a cover letter addressing the selection criteria along with your CV to email@example.com by 5pm Monday, July 3, 2023.
intertwine has a commitment to employing people with different skills and life experiences. This position is an identified opportunity for a person with lived expertise of intersectional marginalisation. CARM/LGBTIQA+/PWD folks encouraged to apply. Applications from First Nations mob will be prioritised.
intertwine envisages a progressive society which is truly inclusive — where people from all walks of life, sexualities, ethnicities, genders and abilities can work creatively, collaboratively and courageously together to transform our society into one where all can thrive.
Our purpose is to eliminate marginalisation and oppression through dismantling systemic power structures. We do this through education, engaging and connecting diverse communities and organisations and fostering resilience, intersectional inclusion and self-empowerment.
intertwine takes a primary prevention approach to help organisations understand the underlying drivers of physical, emotional and sexual abuse and that creating the circumstances for gender equity, cultural and racial justice, freedom of sexuality and gender identity and a social model of disability will result in a society with lower rates of harm by others and lower rates of self-harm by those affected.
Our training materials, public information sessions and information guides outline the ways that intersecting privilege and marginalisation are the underlying drivers of physical, emotional and sexual abuse. Our policy guides suggest practical approaches to reduce the harms caused by these systems, including clauses for use in human resources, approaches for marketing and communications, improvements in member and client relationships and planning accessibility for online and offline activities.
intertwine has a Board of Directors and an Advisory Panel consisting entirely of people with lived experience of intersecting disadvantage. It explicitly mentors and creates work for young people with lived experience of intersecting disadvantage.