Part-Time Media & Communications Manager (part-time)
At Oxfam, we’re ending the injustice of poverty. For everyone. For good. We work alongside those impacted by disasters, and help them rebuild afterwards. We confront the causes that keep people poor, like extreme inequality, discrimination against women, climate change, and the eviction of people from their land. We work alongside people living in less wealthy countries to build better lives for themselves. For Oxfam staff this work gets us out of bed with the certainty that our work day is making a difference.
We offer a great and flexible working environment with a supportive culture, strong values and the opportunity to be part of a small, dedicated and hard-working team making a positive difference in our world.
Want to help us?
We seek a highly driven part time Media and Communications Manager who shares our values of courage, justice and connectedness, and will push Oxfam forward to the next level connection with the public and our existing supporters.
Your role will be to lead the direction and execution of communications, media and digital activities which contribute to the successful delivery of ONZ’s fundraising, advocacy and campaigning activities.
With your highly performing team of three staff, your success will see Oxfam’s external communications performing strongly, with communications targeted to the best audiences, with cut through messaging that builds the Oxfam brand and uses channels that best connect with each audience.
The role is for 24 hours of work per week which could be spread across the week in a range of ways. Our ideals would see them having a presence in our Central Auckland office at least three days per week.
Are you the shining star we are looking for? If so you will have:
Strong communications experience across multiple channels and platforms including social media, digital/online, traditional media & publications
In depth understanding of the New Zealand media industry, structure and networks
Exceptional organisational skills and ability to deliver work on time, to a high standard and under pressure
Experience of strategy development and implementation with the ability to provide leadership across various cross team working projects
Excellent writing skills including copy editing and proof reading
Skill in identifying good media stories and tailor media output to fit organisational objectives
News sense and sound political judgement
In return, we offer you the opportunity to take your career to the next level while making a tangible difference to those living in poverty. Based in central Auckland, the post attracts a salary of $78,000 (pro rata) per annum (and possibly more, depending on the skills and experience of the successful candidate).
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