Current Community Vacancies
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NEW OPPORTUNITY | May 6, 2021
Online Communities Moderator
Beyond Blue's vision is that all people in Australia achieve their best possible mental health. Our mission is to promote good mental health. We create change to protect everyone's mental health and improve the lives of individuals, families and communities affected by anxiety, depression and suicide. We value collaboration, respect, enthusiasm, excellence, innovation and integrity.
The Online Community Moderator monitors and moderates user-generated content to ensure that Beyond Blue’s Online Communities are maintained as a space that facilitates the safe sharing of personal stories of depression, anxiety and suicide, and how lives are affected by these conditions.
The role assists people and communities to find and engage with appropriate support and services by curating, organising and responding to online discussions across our online forums and social media channels, building the reputation of our online communities as a reliable enabler of change.
The role works on a cross-functional level across the organisation, both within the Supports and Services team and the broader organisation to provide input and advice.
NEW OPPORTUNITY | April 14, 2021
Online Community Manager
Not For Profit
Join a creative social enterprise achieving better educational outcomes
Develop, launch and maintain an online community for early years education
Suited to a communications professional from Education NFP or commercial sector
Future Tracks is a social enterprise working as a part of The Front Project, which is a systems change organisation designed to improve the quality of early education for all children especially those experiencing vulnerabilities. Crucially The Front Project recognises the impact early childhood teachers and educators have on the children and families they support.
Future Tracks is the programmatic stream of The Front Project working with the early learning sector to build the quality of their professional practice and upskill qualifications.
The online community is an innovative new program being developed to support early childhood professionals seeking development opportunities. The community’s goal is to empower Australia’s early childhood professionals to further deliver outcomes that will strengthen communities and help children thrive.
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NEW OPPORTUNITY | March 31, 2021
At OKEx, our mission is to enable everyone in the world to trade every financial asset in a fairer, faster crypto environment.
To help us further our mission, we are always on the lookout for Community Managers who can help build local communities, grow together with us, and help spearhead mass crypto adoption.
We are looking for a Community Manager that holds the same core values as us.
You’ll be at the forefront of technology, educating and sharing your knowledge with our community users’ on the OKEx platform online or offline, participating and hosting community meetups and increasing the awareness of the OKEx brand.
Manage and expand the local online and offline OKEx communities
Focusing on the local market Assist in providing written content for OKEx
Moderate the local OKEx forums, social platforms and chat groups and interact with the community to increase positive engagement
Explore new community friendly platforms and groups to facilitate the expansion of OKEx local user base and influence
Assist in organising online and offline events and meet-ups, conducting product and service surveys
FEATURED OPPORTUNITY | February 8, 2021
Quiip is Australia's leading online community and social media management agency. As a B-Corp, we’re part of a global mission of people who believe that companies should look after their people, their environment and their communities. We're passionate about building productive, safe and welcoming spaces online - and we want you to join us!
We're seeking a casual Community Manager with flexible weekend and evening availability to put in 6-10 rostered hours per week. You'll have the opportunity to get hands-on engaging with a broad range of social media and forum communities. We offer a competitive hourly rate and a great range of benefits including an invitation to our annual retreat, health and wellbeing support, professional development funds and a working from home allowance.
To join our team, you will have relevant professional experience and feel confident working both autonomously and as part of a distributed team. Ideally, you will possess a thorough understanding of social media risks, moderation techniques and engagement principles.This role is best suited to someone looking to supplement other work or to balance parenting, study and creative pursuits.