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Events & Communications Coordinator

Advertiser: Australian Institute of ArchitectsMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
12 Mar 2019
Location
Perth, CBD, Inner & Western Suburbs
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Marketing & Communications, Event Management

Events & Communications Coordinator

Role overview:

The Events & Communications Coordinator is an integral part of the WA Chapter team, reporting into the Executive Director – WA Chapter and is responsible for performing duties associated with the provision of support with planning, developing and delivering the WA Chapter’s annual calendar of events.  The position is also required to prepare graphic design material and deliver communications through various mediums, including social media, to increase awareness of the Institute.

Ideal candidate:

You will possess at least 2 years’ experience as an Events and/or Communications Coordinator, ideally gained within a national professional membership environment and experience and interest in graphic design including the use of Adobe Creative Cloud.

You are motivated by being part of a small, cohesive and effective team where you can work autonomously yet be a team player when the need arises.

You will have strong interpersonal skills, high attention to detail, the ability to juggle competing tasks in a timely manner whilst maintaining a positive and solutions focused attitude.

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Provide support with the planning, development and delivery of the Institute’s annual calendar of events including the architecture awards, continuing professional development, and other opportunities that arise
  • Provide support, where necessary, with the administrative requirements in the WA chapter office.
  • Liaise with members to encourage involvement in events;
  • Coordinate the marketing and publicity for all events
  • Provide support with the logistical arrangements for events
  • Provide support with the processing of applications, entries and registrations for events
  • Prepare and distribute the chapter’s electronic mailouts
  • Maintain the chapter office’s website
  • Attend to the chapter’s information technology requirements including social media
  • Prepare chapter graphic design material, as required
  • Assist the Executive Director with council and committee communications
  • Provide support with the planning and delivery of chapter competitions and prizes
  • Attend to all telephone and email enquiries
  • Attend to any postal requirements
  • Provide banking and finance support
  • Other duties as requested by the Executive Director.

Why Australian Institute of Architects?

As an organisation, we are committed to providing a diverse and inclusive environment. Steeped in history, the Australia Institute of Architects have been supporting the careers of Architects and the industry since 1930 and are committed to driving change and innovation internally and for our members. The successful candidate will be supported by a strong management and leadership team as well as a wider network of state-based peers.

Role overview:

The Events & Communications Coordinator is an integral part of the WA Chapter team, reporting into the Executive Director – WA Chapter and is responsible for performing duties associated with the provision of support with planning, developing and delivering the WA Chapter’s annual calendar of events.  The position is also required to prepare graphic design material and deliver communications through various mediums, including social media, to increase awareness of the Institute.

Ideal candidate:

You will possess at least 2 years’ experience as an Events and/or Communications Coordinator, ideally gained within a national professional membership environment and experience and interest in graphic design including the use of Adobe Creative Cloud.

You are motivated by being part of a small, cohesive and effective team where you can work autonomously yet be a team player when the need arises.

You will have strong interpersonal skills, high attention to detail, the ability to juggle competing tasks in a timely manner whilst maintaining a positive and solutions focused attitude.

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Provide support with the planning, development and delivery of the Institute’s annual calendar of events including the architecture awards, continuing professional development, and other opportunities that arise
  • Provide support, where necessary, with the administrative requirements in the WA chapter office.
  • Liaise with members to encourage involvement in events;
  • Coordinate the marketing and publicity for all events
  • Provide support with the logistical arrangements for events
  • Provide support with the processing of applications, entries and registrations for events
  • Prepare and distribute the chapter’s electronic mailouts
  • Maintain the chapter office’s website
  • Attend to the chapter’s information technology requirements including social media
  • Prepare chapter graphic design material, as required
  • Assist the Executive Director with council and committee communications
  • Provide support with the planning and delivery of chapter competitions and prizes
  • Attend to all telephone and email enquiries
  • Attend to any postal requirements
  • Provide banking and finance support
  • Other duties as requested by the Executive Director.

Why Australian Institute of Architects?

As an organisation, we are committed to providing a diverse and inclusive environment. Steeped in history, the Australia Institute of Architects have been supporting the careers of Architects and the industry since 1930 and are committed to driving change and innovation internally and for our members. The successful candidate will be supported by a strong management and leadership team as well as a wider network of state-based peers.

The application form will include these questions:
  • How many years' experience do you have in event management?
  • What's your expected annual base salary?

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