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Online Community Manager
Australian Association of Social Workers
The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with more than 14,000 members. AASW sets the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.
Reporting to the National Manager Membership Engagement, the primary purpose of this role is to drive current and new member engagement and retention via the AASW Social Work Australia Community by building and maintaining strategic, qualified engagement in the community.
This new position will invigorate, raise brand awareness through building a dynamic and engaged online community.
Online Community & Social Engagement Mgr
With over 100,000 members and approximately 300 staff across Australia, Engineers Australia is the voice of the engineering profession in Australia. We are focused on advancing the science and practice of engineering for the benefit of the community as well as the professional development of our members through every stage of their career.
As Community Engagement Manager, you will be responsible for increasing engagement in EA’s social media channels and member-only forum, EA Xchange. You will be required to devise a social media strategy to drive engagement and to set appropriate metrics, in line with the organisational strategy. You will act as a strategic advisor to the organisation on social media.
Community Support Manager
Who Gives A Crap
Who Gives A Crap make eco-friendly toilet paper (as well as tissues and paper towels) and donate 50% of our profits to help build toilets for the 2 billion people in need.
Our team is made up of over 100 amazing humans working out of Melbourne, Los Angeles, China, and Manila. We’re working hard to reach our ambitious goals and diversify our product range to ensure we can have the greatest impact possible – both for the planet and its people. With your help, we’re hoping to increase our annual donation 10-fold in the next couple of years and continue to make the most beautiful, eco-friendly goods around.
As our Community Support Manager you’ll play a key role in supporting and growing our digital customer community. Reporting into our Head of Customer Experience, you’ll set the standard in delivering top notch customer support through public facing channels, both organic and paid.
You won’t be an island though, think of yourself as part of a global tribe. You’ll collaborate super closely with our Content Team Lead (currently hiring for!), directly lead our Melbourne based Community Support guru, and partner with our Customer Happiness Team in the Philippines.
Community Operations Manager
GitHub helps companies, organisations, and groups of individuals succeed by allowing them to build better software, together. The GitHub Community Forum is where members build networks, learn from each other, give valuable insights to the company, and so much more. They’re looking for a great Community Operations Manager to lead strategy, integrations and platform enhancements for the forum platform.
Commsor helps companies and teams build better and stronger communities through their community operating system software (Commsor), their community program (The Community Club), and now C School, a growing umbrella of educational offerings for community managers. As a Community Educator for C School, you'll be one of the founding members of the educational arm and help C School scale in 2021 and beyond.
Carer Online Community Builder
CatholicCare Sydney is the official social services agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney. We are a leading not-for-profit agency providing care and support to people across Australia in a wide range of social services. They are seeking Carers from diverse backgrounds for 2-4 hours a week, to support an online community for carers.