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Digital Fundraising Assistant
The Digital Fundraising Assistant works within the digital team to support the implementation and reporting of the digital strategies for national event programs including Daffodil Day, Pink Ribbon Day, Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea, Girls Night In, Community Fundraising programs and Relay For life. This role is an exciting opportunity to work for a leading charity dedicated to preventing and controlling cancer and providing support for people affected by cancer and their families.
As Digital Fundraising Assistant your key responsibilities will be to:
- Assist in delivering multi-channel digital campaigns for national event programs (email, social media, SEO, SEM, mobile, website).
- Develop website and social media content & scheduling plan, prepare imagery, manage CMS systems including content uploading to launch national events.
- Assist in gathering technical specifications for website forms, coordinate and undertake website testing and issue tracking.
- Coordinate feedback from key stakeholders.
- Assist in the collating of information for campaign reporting.
- Financial reconciliation and invoicing.
Applications close Friday 24 May.
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Details on how to apply can be seen HERE
For further information contact the Digital Fundraising Manager on 02 8063 4100
No recruiters please
Project Assistant, PSA Testing Guidelines
Cancer Council Australia is looking for two committed professionals to take on the new roles of Project Assistants to join the Systematic Review team to assist in conducting the systematic reviews required for the development of Clinical Practice Guidelines for PSA Testing. These guidelines are being developed in collaboration with the Prostate Cancer Foundation Australia are following NHMRC requirements for approval.
The Project Assistant, PSA Testing Guidelines works within the Systematic Review team under the direction of the Project Coordinator, PSA Testing Guidelines developing clinical guidelines and will have experience conducting literature searches and a knowledge of systematic reviews. Capacity to use or learn to use a wiki-based platform for the guideline development, and a proven record working with multiple stakeholders.
As Project Assistant, PSA Testing Guidelines, your key responsibilities will be:
- Assisting the Project Coordinators, PSA Testing Guidelines conducting the comprehensive systematic reviews to develop “Clinical Practice Guidelines for PSA Testing” following the 2011 NHMRC Standard for developing clinical practice guidelines, including:
- Executing devised literature searches, and retrieving and filing relevant full-text articles
- Assisting with the assessment of studies for inclusion in the reviews
- Checking quality appraisals and data extractions and assisting with the completion of these processes as required
- Assisting with refining and testing of any additional wiki systems required for these guidelines. Uploading and downloading systematic review processes and results on to and from the online wiki platform Assisting with production of methodological reports required for NHMRC guidelines
- Working with the Clinical Guidelines Network team to help develop and maintain the Cancer Council Guidelines wiki.
Your application should include:
- A cover letter explaining your interest in the position.
- A statement demonstrating how you meet each of the selection criteria in the position description.
- Copy of your resume.
- Details for two referees. - See more here
Email application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information contact the Manager, Clinical Guidelines Network on 02 8063 4100
No recruiters please
Sydney based; casual (unpaid)
Cancer Council Australia is the leading national independent not-for-profit cancer control organisation, dedicated to preventing and controlling cancer, and providing support for people affected by cancer and their families.
We are currently looking for an intern to work with the communications team to support our media, digital and marketing communications activity.
This hands-on role will allow the chosen candidate to gain experience across a range of media, publications and online activities.
You will be enthusiastic about working in a non-profit environment and demonstrate the ability to work as a part of a team, as well as independently. Good attention to detail, strong communication skills and the ability to manage your time and prioritise tasks is essential. You will also need to possess good computer skills and the ability to use Microsoft Office.
This role is suited to a current communications or public relations student who is looking to get work experience in communications in a non-profit environment.
The role requires a commitment of at least one day per week, to start in June. Please note the position is unpaid.
Email Hollie Jenkins email@example.com with your resume and a covering letter outlining your skills, experience and availability by 22 May 2013.
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This page was last updated on: Friday, May 17, 2013