Senior Community Education Officer
Do you have experience in leading a team and coordinating a range of educational activities, campaigns, and information projects?
In this role you will be responsible for leading and coordinating a diverse team in developing a range of educational and informational activities, campaigns, and projects to the community in order to improve consumer protection outcomes.
Further drawing on your experience and understanding of community education and engagement practices and principles, you will manage the development, implementation and evaluation of community education and community engagement strategies and plans.
You will use your strong public skills to represent Consumer Protection at a variety of events and forums, including in the media and on radio.
You will also possess well developed research, conceptual and analytical skills in order to produce complex written material including reports and briefing notes as well as educational material.
This position is located in Perth however, may be required to work at other sites as required.
What do you require to successfully undertake the role?
- Demonstrated understanding of community education and engagement practices and principles;
- Experienced in leading, managing and developing a team to ensure performance and strategic objectives are met;
- Demonstrated ability to produce complex tailored communication materials in a variety of formats for both internal and external audiences; and
- Demonstrated project management skills.
For further job specific information please find attached a copy of the job description form or contact Cecilia Broderick, Strategic Project Manager, on (08) 6552 9349.
Please note that completion of a National Police Clearance and possession of a 'C' class drivers licence will also form part of the selection process.
What makes DMIRS a great place to work?
DMIRS offers a supportive, diverse and innovative environment, with great benefits, including;
- Great work/life balance through flexible working arrangements and leave options.
- Opportunities for professional development.
- An award-winning Health and Wellbeing program.
- Salary packaging options.
To learn more about the Department and what we have to offer, please visit our website.
DMIRS is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We actively promote the employment of Aboriginal Australians, people with disability, youth and other diversity groups. People with disability will be provided with reasonable adjustments in our recruitment processes and in the workplace.
How to apply
Click the ‘Apply Now’ button below, complete the online application form and attach your covering letter to a maximum of 3 pages and detailed CV, showing how you meet the above listed requirements.
For tips on how to put together your application, or details about the process, you can find Information for Applicants on our website.
For information about employment conditions, the application process or documents in an alternate format, please contact Fiachra Felle, Human Resource Officer on (08) 9222 3469.
Suitable applicants may be considered for other similar vacancies within the next twelve months.
CLOSING DATE: 4.00 pm on Thursday, 22 November 2018 (WST)
Your application submission must be complete by the closing time, applications that are in progress or submitted after this time will not be accepted. It is your responsibility to ensure your application is submitted on time.