The ACT Communications and Marketing Manager is responsible for managing the ACT local communications for events and members, in addition to contributing toward the collaborative National channels.
State Responsibilities: Develop the strategic marketing plan for all ACT events throughout the year across the following available channels:
- ACT member email database
- National Social Media Channels
- ACT Social Community Groups
- ACT and/or national website
- Paid Social
Facilitate, manage and implement the comms and marketing roll out for all events throughout the year for ACT including but not limited to; development of assets, implementation of email marketing, required website updates, scheduling of social posts and paid social ad set up.
Perform quality assurance checks on all ACTemails/posts/messages before they are posted; Ensure key messages are consistently applied throughout the YP Network; Implement and manage consistent communications and social media approach for ACT across the national social media platforms.
- Contribute to the national email communications calendar as and when desired / required
- Contribute to monthly national social media calendars for Facebook, Linked and Instagram
- Development of any ACT website content required for the national website
- Collaborate with Communications and Marketing Managers in other States and Territories;
- Collaborate and share knowledge with other YP teams within the Network;
- Attend (or delegate) all Quarterly National Communications and Marketing Meetings.
To apply for this role please email [email protected] with your CV and a 1 page (max) cover letter addressing the selection criteria
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