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Position: Content and Publications Advisor
Reports to: Media Manager and Content Specialist
Business Units: Communications
Work type: Full Time
Duration: Permanent ongoing
CEDA – the Committee for Economic Development of Australia – is an independent, not-for-profit member-based think tank that works to champion ideas, research and policy reform. We do this by identifying policy issues that matter for Australia’s future and pursuing solutions to positively shape economic and social development in Australia.
CEDA's membership spans every state and territory and includes Australia's leading businesses, community organisations, government departments and academic institutions. The organisation was founded in 1960 by leading economist Sir Douglas Copland, and his legacy of applying economic analysis to practical problems to aid the development of Australia has continued for over 60 years, influencing reform and impact across the nation.
CEDA’s priorities for Australia’s future economic development are outlined in Connecting People with Progress. CEDA’s approach to pursuing its policy priorities is in line with our organisational values:
Working at CEDA is fun and fast paced, we embrace our values and enjoy social activities with our colleagues. Our benefits include:
Are you a skilled editor with a strong notion for brand and a keen interest in public policy? Do you have what it takes to develop sharp and engaging content for publications and online platforms?
Working as part of a small Melbourne based communications team, you will manage the production of CEDA’s research publications, commission opinion articles and produce podcasts aligned with CEDA’s research and policy objectives and deliver regular updates for members.
Reporting to the Media Manager and Content Specialist, you will demonstrate strong editorial judgement and the ability to deliver responsive content to tight deadlines.
You will have an ability to synthesise complex ideas, have a curious learning mindset and a passion for public policy and economic issues.
Your key accountabilities will include:
Does this sound like you? Please email your CV and cover letter to email@example.com (please include Publications and Content Advisor in the subject heading). The cover letter must be addressed to Ms. Roxanne Punton, Director, Communications, and detail how your skills and experience align with this position. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered. Closing date for all applications will be Friday, 22 October 2021 but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is identified.
A salary circa $75-$80k commensurate with experience and skills, along with an additional week of annual leave at year-end will be offered to the successful candidate.
Further information at CEDA and a detailed job description can be found here.
Please be reminded that all personal information collected during the selection process will only be used for recruitment and employment purposes.
CEDA – the Committee for Economic Development of Australia – is an independent, membership-based think tank formed in 1960.
For 60 years, CEDA has identified the policy issues that matter for Australia’s future and pursued solutions that deliver better economic and social outcomes for the greater good.
CEDA’s independence and a membership base that spans across Australia and all sectors makes us unique in the Australian policy landscape, and enables us to bring together and harness the insights and ideas of a broad cross-section of industry, government, community and academia.
Working with our members, we deliver on our purpose by:
WORKING AT CEDA
The values at CEDA have been developed and designed by the team to represent who we are and what drives us.