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Featured job: Digital Knowledge Manager, Nous Group, Melbourne — January 6, 2014

Featured job: Digital Knowledge Manager, Nous Group, Melbourne

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Nous Group is a leading Australian owned management consulting firm committed to positive influence. They work with clients to improve  society’s well-being. To enable this they have exceptional people supported by exceptional systems.

They’re now looking for a Digital Knowledge Manager to join their talented and passionate Melbourne-based corporate IMT team. The role will have national responsibility for the internal digital knowledge management function at Nous.

More info below or apply at: http://www.nousgroup.com.au/careers/current-opportunities

About you

They are looking for someone who relates to our reasons for being and wants to learn and be challenged. Their culture is strong, collegiate and non-competitive. They’re passionate about the work they do, and will expect the same from you. You’re someone who wants to:

  • Work in a growing, influential and values based consulting firm
  • Have an stimulating and flexible environment – doing worthwhile work that matters
  • Work with like-minded people with a drive to succeed and support individuals and the business

About Nous

Nous is a specialist management consulting firm that works to deliver positive influence to their clients and society through bold ideas, engaging people, influential and enduring solutions. They work to:

  1. Improve management of people, information and knowledge
  2. Develop executive talent and teams
  3. Facilitate business strategy and public policy thinking

They do this work because they love the intellectual stimulation and the energy.

About the role

As the digital management guru, you’ll help them with:

  • Information architecture – ensure a logical meta-data structure to support document capture and retrieval
  • Intranet management – operate and improve the intranet so you’re the first port of call for all communications, intellectual property, policies and process knowledge
  • Digital capability – actively lead and support the business to develop digital assets, literacy and innovation initiatives
  • IP management – embed the right workplace culture and infrastructure to drive IP capture, search and reuse
  • Process governance – drive the consistent and efficient operation of key business processes such as template governance and innovation
  • Best practice – model desired behaviors to become a best practice firm in knowledge management

What they’re looking for

To succeed in this role will require experience in information and knowledge management, content management in MS SharePoint (or another CMS) and a genuine passion to help individuals and teams work efficiently and effectively.

Essential skills:

  • A genuine passion for effective management of information
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Minimum three years’ practical experience with strong digital knowledge management in a project based and/or professional services environment
  • Hands-on experience managing MS SharePoint or an equivalent CMS experience in driving knowledge management improvements in organizations
  • Ability to work as a part of a team to drive culture and process change
  • Ability to work autonomously to support and influence highly-experienced colleagues
  • Tertiary qualifications in information management or related discipline

Desirable skills:

  • Background in social media and cloud based collaboration tools
  • Experience of best practice knowledge management methods
  • Experience as a community manager or online services manager

Interested in applying or want to find out more: http://www.nousgroup.com.au/careers/current-opportunities

Featured job: Online Communications Specialist, Callaghan Innovation, New Zealand — December 27, 2013

Featured job: Online Communications Specialist, Callaghan Innovation, New Zealand

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Are you a communications specialist who feels at home in an online environment?

If so, this is an opportunity for you to build Callaghan Innovation‘s online presence from the ground up – a new organization with the mission to take New Zealand innovation to the world.

Working in the Communications team, you’ll source high-quality, inspiring content that tells Callaghan Innovation’s story and helps New Zealanders build their understanding of our work in the innovation space. Your focus will be on providing a strategic direction for our online engagement by scoping, developing and managing appropriate online channels, and providing innovative, fresh ideas in this environment.

Callaghan Innovation is a new organization, so this role is a blank canvas for the right person. They help innovative New Zealand businesses build their capabilities by linking them with organizations that offer the expertise and facilities they need. They work closely with investors, research organizations, economic development and government agencies, and other stakeholders.

You’ll need to be passionate about the online environment and social media, and very comfortable working in this area. You’ll have plenty of experience in corporate communications, and a relevant qualification in communications is desirable. You’ll also have extensive knowledge of the various online channels, and experience in their development and management. You’ll be successful in the role when the up-to-date, relevant, and inspiring content you’ve created generates a sense of ownership across the whole organisation.

This is a content role like no other – it’s a rare opportunity for you to use your online skills and experience to play a vital role in how a new organization portrays itself and is perceived. This is your chance to help us grow and make a name for ourselves, both in New Zealand and internationally.

Applications for this role will be processed after January 6 2014.

To apply please visit the Callaghan Innovation Careers Site and click here for the position description.

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Sponsored job: UX/UI Designer – Careers New Zealand — November 1, 2013

Sponsored job: UX/UI Designer – Careers New Zealand

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Awesome experiences start when you do.

Use your UX expertise to grow your career and the careers of countless others.

UX – it seems like it wasn’t that long ago that people didn’t even know what it stood for… let alone how critical it is to online success. Fortunately the world has cottoned on to the value of a well structured user experience. And that’s great news for what Careers New Zealand is doing, what their users want to do and – right now – for your UX career.

Careers New Zealand is delivering tools that help Kiwis make well informed education and employment decisions. A customer-centric approach is at the very heart of all they do… and they’ve got big plans in the pipeline. So, the opportunity here for you is impressive to say the least. Not only that, you can look forward to the satisfaction that stems from helping others develop their careers, while enhancing your own.

They’re breaking new ground in their field, both locally and globally – setting the benchmark for careers development of online products and services. The best part though, is that they’ve only just scratched the surface of what’s possible. And you’ll have a major hand in creating ‘what’s next’.

Expect to be involved at a strategic level, working holistically with a broader perspective – applying UX principles to achieve bigger organisational goals. In a nutshell, you’ll directly influence their overall success – not be just a part of the puzzle. Whether it’s creating user scenarios, information structures, wireframes, navigation diagrams or workflow models, the user-centric logic you bring will ultimately deliver benefit to all involved. And you’ll get to do this in a truly fluid environment, with great collaboration where you can bring new thinking to the table and inject your own perspective and point of view.

We think there’s no better place to put your UX and visual design experience to use. Just show them you have strong core skills and that you’re a true advocate of UX methodologies, and they’ll show you stacks of opportunity.

  • Apply now by sending your cover letter and CV to Sonya Thomas at recruit@careers.govt.nz
  • Applications close 9am 11 November 2013
  • Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa
  • Wellington location
Job: Web Creative Lead, The University of Melbourne — June 24, 2013

Job: Web Creative Lead, The University of Melbourne

This is a cool new opportunity based in Melbourne to work at one of Australia’s leading and most innovative universities – The University of Melbourne (it’s also our old undergrad stopping ground)!

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The team is looking for a Web Design Lead to help guide the Web Marketing team and our internal clients through the design process. You will be responsible for blending University and user goals to create high quality online experiences across a diverse range of devices.

Your work will be viewed millions of times each month so it has to look and work excellently. The Web Design Lead will also help steer content and campaign strategy, pitch new ideas and establish success metrics for projects. A multi-disciplinary role, the Web Design Lead will be responsible for designing and developing attractive, functional interfaces and interactions using a combination of professional skill, intuition and testing.

The role requires leading the design, usability and testing aspects of all future and existing web properties (key University web properties include the University homepage, Course Search and University Events Calendar. The role also requires conceptualising improvements to the overall web presence at large and working with others to make iterative improvements.

Salary: AUD$102,323 – AUD$106,459 p.a. plus 17% superannuation

Employment Type: Full-time (continuing) position
Enquiries only to: Paul Tagell Tel +61 3 8344 3874 and email ptagell@unimelb.edu.au
Close date: 14 July 2013

For position information and to apply online go to www.hr.unimelb.edu.au/careers, click on ‘Search for Jobs’ and search under the job title or job number 0031307.

Job: Content and Community Coordinator, The Fetch — February 18, 2013

Job: Content and Community Coordinator, The Fetch

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Howdy! Good times at Fetch HQ as we look to bring on a passionate and smart upstart to become our Content and Community Coordinator.

To crush it in this part-time C-licious role: you should get and love The Fetch, want to work in a global media-tech startup, have fierce focus and ability to bulldoze your way through tasks with grace, humour and determination.

Stuff we’d love your help with:

  • Support our global network of brilliant curators
  • Manage and sub-edit content posted on our ever-growing blog
  • Come up with kick-ass content calendars
  • Share and schedule social updates
  • Respond to email queries
  • Edit weekly Fetches according to in-house style and guidelines
  • Organise local community events
  • Attend events
  • Assist the CEO

You’ll receive:

  • Training and mentorship from some of the globe’s most innovative content, social media and community players
  • Experience working across 10+ amazing creative tech cities around the world
  • Flexible work location and environment (work from home, a coworking space or while you travel)
  • Opportunity to go full time depending on how things progress
  • Possibility to join the team and relocate to one of the Fetch bases in San Francisco or New York
  • Fantastic opportunities to connect with inspirational people and build a solid profile
  • A firm foundation to become a digital editor or community manager
  • Experience working in a startup with a progressive company culture

You’ll have:

  • Superb ambient awareness (aka finger on the pulse)
  • Read and eaten The Elements of Style for breakfast
  • Been on Twitter for a while and are social media literate (if we ask you to “Buffer a Vine”, you won’t think we’re mad!)
  • Used WordPress and other web services (if a link’s broken, you can navigate basic HTML)
  • A high emotional IQ
  • Ability to speak your mind and hold your own (especially when being pulled in multiple directions)
  • Enjoy helping people and like getting your hands dirty
  • Love startups and want to come on a ride
  • OMG-worthy organisation skills and an insane ability to focus (this isn’t a role for someone who gets overwhelmed by info and thinks doing stuff is cruising social timelines)

fetch sydneyEnjoy meeting great people! Here’s The Fetch Sydney Dinner Conversation from last week.
Pic by Hannah DeMilta.

This position is a paid three-month contract and involves one to two days per week in total to start (preferably a couple of hours a day).

Please email jobs@thefetch.com with your story in a succinct format including links and availability. Applications will be reviewed as soon as they come in and we’re looking for an immediate start.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

~ Team Fetch

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