Feature Jobs: Coca-Cola Amatil, MusicNSW, Squint/Opera, Dissh, The Fashion Institute

Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) is one of the largest bottlers of non-alcoholic beverages in the Asia-Pacific region and a powerhouse In the FMCG Industry. Attributing to the passionate people who work at CCA as the heart of their success, CCA is a place to seize opportunities, grow and innovate, collaborate as a team and think outside the box. An amazing opportunity has arisen for a creative and committed Traffic Co-ordinator/Manager (SYD) to join the internal creative studio and team. Working closely with the Customer Marketing, Trade Marketing and Brand teams, you will ensure on time and organised flow of all studio work from job initiation to its release and billing. You will provide access to logos and brand style guidelines as well as making sure all CCA, TCCC and Beam Global brand guidelines are adhered to. You will be a positive team member, who is efficient and energetic but remains cool, calm and collected when things get hectic in the studio. So if you’re keen to carve your career in the FMCG industry, love being creative and don’t mind smashing a few refreshing beverages on the job, then shoot through your CV HERE

MusicNSW is a not-for-profit association representing contemporary music in NSW. We exist to support the creative and economic development of the Contemporary Music Industry within NSW. An amazing opportunity has arisen for an eager and enthusiastic Executive Officer (SYD) to join the team on a Maternity Leave Cover basis. Reporting to the Management Committee, the Executive Officer will be responsible for effectively delivering MusicNSW’s activities and provide reporting. As Executive Officer, you will be leading, managing and supervising MusicNSW staff, projects and program activities against agreed budget and timelines, providing effective and timely reporting, as well as handling stakeholder relationships. You will be a natural when it comes to leading teams as communicating on all levels. You will know a thing or two about state and federal grant funding systems and have an ear for contemporary music on a local, nation and international platform. Does this job sound like your next gig? Then shoot through your CV HERE!
Founded on building brands and telling stories synchronised to the needs of each client, Squint/Opera is a global creative and strategic partner offering full service design and digital production services. Creative and innovative in nature, Squint/Opera engages content and distributes this across all channels with cultural insight and a fresh approach to a broad client base of brands, agencies, authorities, developers and architects. The lovely folk at Squint/Opera are on the hunt for a driven and dedicated Producer (MELB) to bring their exceptional imagination, interpersonal skills and knack for leadership to the team. As Producer, you will be involved in overseeing and managing the full lifecycle of projects, as well as managing the client and creative production teams to ensure projects are delivered according to brief, timelines and budget. You will have a creative eye when it comes to reviewing final products, as well as knack for thinking outside the box with implementing ideas. So if you have a passion for design, love getting creative and would love to work with the best in the biz, look no further! Apply HERE
Attention fashion fiends! Dissh is a well-known, Brisbane based group comprising of 12 fashion boutiques. Exuding an experimental and eclectic mix of fashion pieces from well-known Aussie labels such as Maurie & Eve, Shakuhachi and Cameo, this online mecca is all about keeping with the trends and keeping girls covered for every occasion and season. The friendly folk at Dissh are on the prowl for a creative and commercially-savvy E-Commerce and Digital Manager (BRIS) to join the team to ensure all online strategies translate to increased online sales. You will live and breathe online shopping, as you juggling multiple tasks from developing and driving E-Commerce and digital marketing strategies, managing customer engagement, and the day-to-day website content of the site to handling social media, online budgets, reports and supervise advertising and media placement within the website. So if you know the difference between SEM and SEO, can speak web code, dominate on the digital front and can do this all whilst remaining chic, then put your best foot forward and shoot through your CV HERE
The Fashion Institute offers students the flexibility to study, work and undertake workplace industry training at their own pace. The Fashion Institute offers Fashion Business modules as well as essential basic design skills and most importantly structured workplace training and internships – all designed to help students succeed in the fashion industry. An amazing opportunity has arisen for experienced and qualified Trainers and Assessors (SYD) for the college’s new Diploma of Business, which is designed for the Fashion/Beauty/Lifestyle PR industry. The ideal candidate will have (or be willing to obtain) qualifications in either a TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment or BSB50207 Diploma of Business. So if you currently dabble in the Fashion/Beauty/Lifestyle PR industry, and would love to impart insight and inspiration to the next generation of influencers in these industries, then don’t delay! Shoot through your CV HERE!


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