AIYA’s communications team is expanding, and we’re looking for candidates to fill two (2) new Communications Officer positions! If you’re a young person with an interest in the Australia-Indonesia relationship and experience in journalism, marketing, information technology or social media, we’d like to hear from you.
To help support the growth of AIYA’s blog, social media channels and website, we’re looking for two talented volunteers to help us connect, inform and inspire our audiences.
- Managing updates to AIYA’s social media channels and website
- Updating and monitoring AIYA’s profiles on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn
- Managing and updating the AIYA jobs board
- Working with AIYA chapters to promote their events and initiatives through national channels
- Working with the Online Editor to commission, promote and distribute AIYA blog posts and resources
- Managing and maintaining AIYA email administration, website and mailing lists
- Bachelor’s degree (completed or enrolled)
- Strong understanding of the Australia-Indonesia relationship
- English and Indonesian language skills
- Strong experience with social media
- Experience in WordPress, and ideally a background in web design including HTML and CSS
- A background in marketing, journalism or writing would be beneficial
Applying for these positions
These roles will require commitment of between 4-6 hours per week. Applications for the positions close on 3 November 2015. To apply, please email a copy of your CV and a cover letter of up to 350 words addressing the necessary skills for the role to [email protected].
Both roles are open to young people from Australia or Indonesia who meet the selection criteria outlined. The roles are best suited to current undergraduate/postgraduate students or those that have just entered the workforce. If you’re interested in the position, or not sure if you fit the bill, we suggest you get in touch with us anyway — we’d be happy to discuss other ways we could work together.
These roles in the communications team are a fantastic opportunity to get involved in AIYA at almost every level. You’ll be working directly with the Director of Communications, as well as with the Blog Editor and Newsletter Editor. You will also have regular contact with the National Executive, as well as Chapter representatives, whilst assisting to boost the presence of AIYA in person and online.
The Australia-Indonesia Youth Association is a non-government, youth-led organisation that aims to better connect young people in Australia and Indonesia to each other and to Indonesia- related opportunities. AIYA’s objectives are threefold:
- connecting young Australians and Indonesians to each other, and to opportunities to develop careers on or in Indonesia;
- informing young people about avenues for engaging with Indonesia and Australia;
- inspiring business, governments and other organisations to facilitate youth engagement between Australia and Indonesia.