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Project Officer, CALD resources

Part time contract, immediate start.

The Project Officer, CALD resources is a role dedicated to the production and delivery of resources aimed to address the issues of literacy and health literacy which contribute to poorer health outcomes in culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities in Australia. This role will work with representatives from national Cancer Council committees and key CALD community stakeholders to develop resources to overcome these barriers in the provision of health information. This role provides an exciting opportunity to work for a leading charity dedicated to preventing and controlling cancer and providing support for all people affected by cancer and their families.

As Project Officer, CALD resources your key responsibilities will be to:

  • Use evidence based practices to investigate the need for culturally relevant cancer information resources;
  • Identify gaps in the provision of information to CALD communities to address literacy and health barriers to cancer care information;
  • Engage with CALD community members and key CALD stakeholders;
  • Produce written reports relating to outcomes from research activities, for periodic progress reporting and additional purposes as requested;
  • Develop material to guide focus group consultation and, develop/adapt cancer information resources for identified CALD communities.  

Download the full Job Description for the selection criteria here.

Applicants please follow the steps outlined here

Applications close COB Friday 7th July 2017. 

Please email through your application to

For further information contact Jane Roy on (02) 8063 4100.

National Web Developer

Cancer Council Australia is searching for a .NET Developer with extensive experience building web applications that combine solid architecture & coding with cutting edge tools & frameworks. Initial work will be improving current CMS content & platforms

This is an exciting role for someone passionate about development with a social impact! The National Web Developer will work across all national fundraising campaign websites to deliver functional, creative and agile platforms that enhance supporter experiences and increase fundraising success. This is a unique opportunity to take ownership of some of Australia’s largest fundraising events as we look to become agile and innovative with our web platforms.

The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate previous experience with .NET development and CMS execution (EpiServer and ModX a plus). Experience in implementing responsive design with a mobile focus is required. You will also be familiar with Facebook Connect and integrating various payment gateways and peer 2 peer fundraising platforms (preferred).

You will be comfortable working on large projects with time sensitive deadlines and working with various stakeholders through UAT and implementation. You will also work closely with our Digital Producers and Head of Digital to execute the strategy for the given campaigns and ensure high priority projects are delivered successfully. Experience working with web development agencies is preferred.

Key accountabilities

  • Develop and implement changes to campaign sites hosted on EpiServer CMS based on new campaign strategy (Daffodil Day being first priority with other campaigns to follow)
  • Implement new payment gateway (Braintree or IP Payments)
  • Implement Facebook Connect functionality for sharing and registering
  • Create dynamic search functionality for registration processes & form builders
  • Execute an enhanced/streamlined user journey by developing clean and simple code
  • Work closely with Digital Producer to address UAT bugs and feedback from State & Territory stakeholders
  • Repurpose existing functionality for donation dedications and integrate currently separate processes
  • Implement internal development best practices and strategies to ensure agile capabilities into the future
  • Ad hoc tasks as required

Selection Criteria


  • Different coding language experiences (including C#)
  • SQL
  • .NET & MVC framework
  • GIT
  • HTML 5
  • CSS 3
  • JavaScript
  • Facebook Connect
  • Basic knowledge of technical SEO best practices
  • System integration experience


  • AWS & other cloud hosting services .NET SDK
  • Google Analytics
  • Windows Server 2008 R2/2012
  • IIS 7 & IIS 7.5
  • Ajax
  • JQuery
  • Visual Studio
  • Design Patterns
  • P2P fundraising platform experience
  • E-Commerce experience

Download the full Job Description here.

Applicants please follow the steps outlined here


This page was last updated on: Monday, June 26, 2017

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