Feature Jobs: Pedestrian.tv, MCA, One Girl, General Pants, CAAMA

Attention all witty wordsmiths! Pedestrian.tv (THAT’S US) are on the hunt for some talented Contributing Writers based in Sydney and Melbourne to join our existing editorial team on freelance basis. We’re after a self-motivated pop culture enthusiast with experience writing for web, a great eye for news, and the flexibility to work toward deadlines. You’ll be happy to multi task all aspects of the site from writing sparkling prose and sourcing content, to uploading and publishing articles, building the daily e-newsletter, and manning (or womanning) Pedestrian’s social media channels. Exceptional spelling and grammar is a must. So if you’ve got our sass and tone down to a tee and are keen to exercise your writing ability, then don’t miss out on this choice opportunity! Sydney-siders, shoot through your CV HERE! Based in Melbourne? We want to here from you too! Apply HERE

Dedicated to exhibiting, collecting and interpreting the work of today’s artists, The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) is a redeveloped state of the art hub of pieces portraying different forms of contemporary art from renowned local and international artists. Located in The Rocks, the MCA has become part of an iconic domain and a public space to explore, learn and admire. An amazing opportunity has arisen for a Digital Marketing Coordinator (SYD) to join the team and support the implementation and delivery of initiatives, campaigns and partnerships to achieve maximum exposure for the Museum. Reporting to the Marketing Manager, you will be responsible for coordinating and implementing MCA’s digi marketing strategy across all multiple platforms. You will know a thing or to about e-communications and SEO/SEM campaigns. You will be a pro at planning and project management as well as know how to communicate and copy write with ease. So if you consider yourself an art aficionado with social and digi skills to match, then shoot through your CV HERE
One Girl Australia is a non-profit organization that aims to provide women and girls access to education. Their mission is to educate 1 million girls across Africa by 2020. An amazing opportunity has arisen for a passionate and motivated International Program Manager (MELB) to join the team and bring creativity, clarity and campaigns to this great cause. As international Program Manage, you will be mainly responsible for driving the company’s Girls’ Education and LaucnhPad projects by developing program strategies, writing proposals, creating budgets and monitoring project partners. You will be managing current planned activities, be involved in the strategic development and implementation, assisting in identifying potential partners and being the point of contact for partner organisations as well as other One Girl Australia (OGA) staff. You will be organized, a multi-tasking master, a natural people person and know how to keep cool, calm and collected. You will be taking initiative and using your imagination to make strategies work as well as ensuring that every step of the project process runs smoothly. So if this sounds like your perfect job, then don’t delay. Make a change in the world and your career path! Apply HERE
Since its launch in 1972, General Pants has become a major style authority and one of fashion’s biggest success stories. Housing the biggest in international and home grown street fashion labels such as Stussy, Lee, Nudie Jeans, One Teaspoon and Ksubi, this leading and influential retailer is all about disrupting the average and bringing together global trends and fashion to inspire young-blooded individuals. The lovely folk at GP are currently on the prowl for a dedicated and determined Art Director (SYD) to bring marketing ideas into life through cutting edge campaigns and creative plans that involve all forms of technology and platforms. Reporting to the General Manager, you will be helping define the tonality of the company and its stores through the delivery of on brief, to budget, effective campaigns. You will be game changer with a shitload of energy, imaginative and adoration for fashion to match. So If you fancy yourself a big idea thinker, on top of the digital game, love retail and overall an artistic soul, then this could be your perfect job! Shoot through your CV HERE
Beginning operations in 1980, the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA) was the first Aboriginal group to be allocated a broadcasting licence. The Aboriginal people of Central Australia own CAAMA through an association and have clear objectives focused on the social, cultural and economic advancement of Aboriginal people. The lovely folk at CAAMA are now on the hunt for a Video Journalist (NT) to join the team in Alice Springs. As Video Journalist, you will be responsible or the effective and efficient delivery of community radio service to Indigenous Communities in the licensed area. So if you’re keen to work in a supportive workplace, get involved in the local community and culture, travel all over Australia and meet the influential people in the arts industry and don’t mind spinning a few songs on air, then don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity! Shoot through your CV HERE!


All deets courtesy of Pedestrian Jobs
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