Part time, Wollstonecraft (North Sydney)
Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to reducing the impact of melanoma through research, treatment and education. MIA is a national network of melanoma researchers and clinicians based in Sydney at the Poche Centre – the world’s largest melanoma research and treatment facility – with offices also in Perth, WA and Wagga Wagga, NSW.
We’re looking for a passionate Education Program Support Officer to join our Education Team.
The Education Program Support Officer will work closely with the Education Program Manager to assist with event coordination and the production and marketing of educational content for our diverse audience of healthcare professionals, school students, patients and the general public.
There is great variety in this role and no two days are the same! You’ll be exposed to a wide range of educational formats including live educational events (e.g., face-to-face clinical conferences and symposia, regular webinars, patient forums, high school training workshops) and developing content (e.g., podcasts, videos, interactive learning modules, patient resources).
• You have experience assisting and coordinating all aspects of live events (including planning and logistics).
• Your strong written communication skills are matched with excellent attention to detail.
• You have strong administrative skills, including a basic understanding of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
• You have experience in basic marketing (e.g., writing content for newsletters and social media posts, managing eNewsletter production, promoting events, etc).
• Your excellent interpersonal skills enable you to work comfortably with a variety of stakeholders, including senior clinicians, sponsors, patients and vendors.
• You have an eagerness to learn a variety of skills and are happy to pitch in to help your colleagues when needed.
• You take initiative and can work with minimal supervision.
• You are highly organised and have a perfectionist ethic.
• You are able to travel interstate and work outside of usual business hours, when needed.
• You have a Working with Children Check (or be willing to get one to accept the position).
Nice to have, but not essential:
• You have been involved with hosting live online events (e.g., webinars)
• You have basic experience in video and audio editing, and graphic design (using Adobe Creative Suite), or a willingness to learn.
• You have a passion for health or medicine.
This is an outstanding opportunity to develop your career and skills in a globally recognised medical research institute that is making a real difference to lives of patients with melanoma. Knowing your role is contributing to improving outcomes for cancer patients is deeply satisfying.
This role is permanent and 4 days per week (0.8 FTE). A mix of in-office and remote working can be arranged.
If you’d like to find out more, please ask for the position description to be sent to you.
If this role sounds perfect for you, please send us your CV and a cover letter addressing your experience as per the criteria listed in the “About you” section.
Only applicants with full working rights within Australia should apply. Only successful applicants will be contacted. Please no recruitment agencies.
Applications may be open until 28/05/22, unless a suitable candidate is found before.
As this role is based in a medical facility, applicants will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.