Work For Us — Community Engagement Specialist

by Marty Pinkstone 04 Mar 2019

Position Title        Community Engagement Specialist

Effective date      March 2019

Reports to           Marketing & Communications Manager

Hours                  Full time (38hrs) with regular work outside of office hours

About You

You’ve got a passion for people and can build meaningful community relationships by being a positive and supportive brand ambassador. You’re comfortable having conversations online and offline, are a confident self-starter, thrive in the flexibility of irregular hours, and capable of independently delivering event logistics. Most importantly you understand being actively in our community and programs is crucial to your success.

Your Outcomes

  • Increase volume of community engagement activities
  • Increase peer-to-peer fundraising revenue by nurturing and empowering fundraisers
  • Increase volunteer engagement

What You’ll Do

Community Engagement & Communications (50%)

  • Coordinate all activations and events
  • Coordinate engagement programs (competitions, gamification, recognition)
  • Coordinate weekly fundraiser newsletters using Mailchimp
  • Improve and develop new fundraising resources and ideas
  • Produce marketing and fundraising collateral
  • Attend at least one training session per week

Fundraising Support (30%)

  • Connect fundraisers/volunteers so they can work together
  • Coordinate activities, events, and opportunities for fundraisers to leverage
  • Coordinate fundraising recognition programs

Community Partners (15%)

  • Integrate and leverage partners in activation and engagement opportunities
  • Coordinate guest speakers

Volunteers (5%)

  • Recruit and coordinate volunteers for all events
  • Coordinate corporate volunteering opportunities

Indicative Working Hours

  • Mon/Tue/Thu/Fri 9am – 5pm
  • Wednesday 12pm – 8pm
  • One weekend day per month (you will receive time in lieu)

Personal Considerations

  • Weekly site visits are core to community engagement, so you’ll need an unrestricted driver’s licence and your own transport.
  • For large events like race days (4 – 5 per year) you will need to be available to drive a van.
  • As the events lead you’ll need to be able to do some heavy lifting setting up marquees etc.

How To Apply

For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Marty Pinkstone, Marketing & Communications Manager, on or 0423071120.

To apply, please email attaching your resume AND a covering letter (up to 2 pages) outlining how your skills, experience, and aspirations align with those of this role in supporting the Can Too community.

Only complete applications including a covering letter will be considered for shortlisting.