Posted 15 Feb 2020
Closes 16 Mar 2020
Based in Sydney, we’re looking for a Marketing Co-ordinator to join our high-growth, global company.
The Marketing Co-ordinator will be responsible for executing initiatives and strategies set by the marketing lead, as well as developing communications across digital and social channels. It’s a fast-paced, varied, collaborative and exciting role.
We’re looking for a dynamic, collaborative and creative thinker who loves forging new ground and has a high level of attention to detail. Working in partnership with the marketing lead, the core foundation of the role will span across project management, brand and performance marketing, and content creation. A proactive mindset is a must. We work collaboratively but are also comfortable in self-managing tasks and working autonomously to meet deadlines.
- Developing a good working relationship with the team, clients, agencies, and partners to be able to assist with day to day internal and external communication.
- Project management; providing support to the team through process implementation.
- Campaign development, implementation and management.
- Lead generation in partnership with sales and business development.
- Creation of print, collateral and branded materials.
- Website and email communication design, development, and copywriting.
- Social media content creation and community management.
- PR, content partnership and event support activities.
- Performance monitoring & reporting.
- Maintaining & tracking budget and invoicing.
- Undertaking industry and audience research as required.
Who we’d love to hear from—
- An all-rounder who is eager to learn and grow in their role.
- Minimum 3 years’ experience in Marketing or Communications, technology or healthcare preferred.
- Strong ability to plan and execute marketing campaigns inline with objectives.
- Excellent copywriting skills with the ability to write in different formats across key channels.
- An eye for design and basic graphic design and photography skills.
- Strong project management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines.
- A resourceful and pro-active approach to problem solving to keep projects moving and on track.
- Must love technology and embracing forward-thinking concepts.
- Ability to take direction, manage their time effectively and multi-task.
- Can work both collaboratively and autonomously.
- The role is full-time with flexibility for 3-4 days part-time for the right person.
PainChek® is a revolutionary pain assessment tool that improves the quality of life for people in pain. As the world’s first pain assessment tool with regulatory clearance in Australia, Asia and Europe, PainChek® transforms pain management around the world by giving a voice to those who cannot verbalise their pain.
Our vision is to be first to market with innovative pain assessment products and services that change the way pain is assessed and managed. PainChek empowers carers to identify and treat pain more effectively with three groundbreaking clinical features:
- The ability to identify the presence of pain, when pain isn’t obvious
- To quantify the severity level of pain, when pain is obvious, and;
- To monitor the impact of treatment to optimise overall care
Intuitive, secure and easy to use on a smartphone or tablet, PainChek® uses artificial intelligence, facial recognition technology and a caregiver’s observations to assess a person’s level of pain. The app then provides a pain score in real-time, which will help carers gauge whether treatment is required.
PainChek® has been clinically proven to transform pain management for chronic diseases such as dementia. The Federal Government is currently funding a national trial of the app for the 100,000 Australians living with dementia in residential aged care facilities. Under the trial, eligible providers that have residents with dementia and cognitive impairment are invited to submit an expression of interest, in order to receive a one-year PainChek® license. The trial is open from now until 31 October 2020.
Trials are also underway for the assessment and management of pain in pre-verbal children, including neo-nates, infants and toddlers, and in patients with delirium.
Please note that only successful candidates will be contacted.