The Young Spikes Integrated Competition gives participants the chance to gain recognition within the industry and make their mark across Asia Pacific.
Teams of two must create an integrated campaign in response to a brief set by a charity or non-profit organisation, whose name, objectives, strategies and target audience are kept secret until the competition brief is published on 8 September 2020.
The Young Spikes Integrated Competition welcomes Art Directors, Brand Marketers, Copywriters, Strategists & Planners, Account Managers, PR Executives and other branded creative communications talents to compete.
The Young Spikes Integrated Competition 2021 brief has been created in partnership with Conservation International
Three billion people rely on fish for their primary source of animal protein, but we are overfishing about half of all fisheries in the world. Climate change is causing oceans to heat up and acidify, shifting fish populations. This directly...
The Program Support Officer – Accelerating Procurement will support the implementation of a programs that aim to improve buyer confidence and build end markets for recycled materials. Capability requirements include market development experience, experience in the development, delivery, evaluation and reporting of funding programs.
The role will support development and delivery of the Accelerating Public Procurement Program, including delivery of the Sustainable Infrastructure grant program aimed at expanding local demand for recycled materials through state and local government procurement. This program will focus on creating markets for kerbside recycled priority materials, specifically glass and plastics.
This role will work closely with government entities to identify and overcome barriers related to products standards, specifications and performance evidence. The program will raise awareness of products and supplier capability to facilitate an increase in...
The Recycling Victoria Grants Support Lead position is a key support role in the implementation and management of SV grant programs.
The Recycling Victoria Grants Support Lead will lead, support, advise and build the capability of SV's staff by providing probity, policy and process advice, support and training to support effective grant programs and consistent and efficient grant processes as well as support for procurement and contract management for SV programs.
This position will provide a strategic, ethical, customer centric approach to grant management activities within SV. The Recycling Victoria Grants Support Lead is responsible for facilitating grant activities for programs within SV.
The main responsibility of the Environmental and Green Leaders Coordinator is to maintain SV's Environment Management System (EMS) and to ensure SV's EMS maintains its ISO 14001 accreditation and complies with Victorian government standards in environmental management.
This position will also involve the leadership and coordination of the monthly Green Leaders meetings to set targets and identify sustainable initiatives and campaigns to reduce office-based environmental impacts across the organisation to meet EMS environmental objectives, targets and reporting requirements. Green Leaders advise and encourage staff to adopt environmentally friendly practices across the environmental impact areas. The Green Leaders have been organised to focus on Sustainability Victoria's key areas of resource use: energy, water , paper, sustainable procurement , trave l and waste/recycling.
Presentations and information updates on environmental sustainability actions will be...
The ygap Monitoring Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Internship Program is a 12-week professional development program which provides meaningful career experience in the non-profit sector. During this program Interns will learn about data collection and management, social entrepreneurship, social impact and community development.
Australian Marine Conservation Society
Darwin NT, Australia
The Community Campaigner will assist the Northern Territory Marine Campaign Manager in the delivery of the Keep Top End Coasts Healthy campaign, with a focus on community campaigning, to build community interest and engagement in the protection of the Northern Territory’s marine environment, including through implementation of the Government’s Coastal and Marine Management Strategy, the Limmen Bight Marine Park and other Territory-specific marine protection measures.
Key functions: ● Assist the Campaign Manager to implement the Keep Top End Coasts Healthy campaign. ● Deliver community-based campaign activities that increase public knowledge of the Top End’s marine life and foster support and engagement for the development of innovative Territory-specific marine protection measures. ● Working in collaboration with the AMCS team, partner organisations, Traditional Owners, tourism, fishing groups and other stakeholders to build on an existing public campaign to...
Remote (Sydney NSW, Australia)
Greenpeace Australia Pacific (GPAP) is looking for a Volunteer and Activist Coordinator to recruit, train, and grow our base of amazing volunteers! GPAP’s volunteers are at the heart of everything we do, and in this role you’ll be working closely with them to meaningfully contribute to our campaigns, creative confrontation and investigations.
You’ll also build strategies and programs to further engage our supporters – including recruiting and training volunteers – and will harness our supporter base’s incredible range of skills and commitment to help us achieve our campaign goals.
At Greenpeace Australia Pacific, our campaigns, creative confrontation, and communications crew make up our incredible and diverse Program department. We’re now on the search for a hyper-organised, dynamic and enthusiastic Program Administrator to join this department as the go-to support person. In this role, you’ll be responsible for everything from diary management, finance and budget management, logistical support, and improving and streamlining processes and systems.
The role gives you the opportunity to learn a suite of new skills and throw yourself into all kinds of projects, which also makes this the perfect role for someone who’s ready to move into the world of campaigning! You’ll have plenty of chances to scrub in on big campaign moments, build relationships with different teams across the organisation, and work closely with the Program Director.
Calling all customer service legends!
Come and use your customer service superpowers for the good of the planet and help us eliminate single-use plastic from every Aussie home!
We're actively hiring for our Customer Happiness Team and are looking for a passionate, fun and empathetic people-person to join our rapidly growing team in beautiful Byron Bay.
You'll be responsible for ensuring that each customer touchpoint brings joy and helps move people along the customer journey from stranger to superfan.
Reporting to our Shiny Happy People Person (AKA Customer Service Manager) this role involves building world-classs processes, systems, knowledge base and customer-service experiences.
Benefits and perks
This role will place you at the bleeding edge of innovation in the global zero-waste movement. You'll spend your days helping solve one of the planet's most fundamental problems and getting your hands dirty doing the most important work of your career.
This year our conference theme is LEI OF KNOWLEDGE: Communicating Knowledge Across Communities and Disciplines. When a lei—a Hawaiian garland or wreath given at important events—is made, it must be shared with others. This relationship between the maker, the lei, and the recipient is similar to how we view research and its connections to the community. The IGSC team strongly believes that the relationship between researchers themselves and the community should be reciprocal and symbiotic. The IGSC therefore invites you to not only share your research but also show how your research can be or is being shared with or used by the communities it pertains to.
Our conference focuses on inclusivity and we embrace various forms of presentation including academic talks, PowerPoint, storytelling, performance, demonstration, using a native language, or any other format best suited to share your research. How does your created knowledge transfer to and empower others?...
We're looking for a super-smart, super-creative, super-hungry, young Ideas & Strategy Gun to come and join us as our Head of Marketing.
Your job will be to develop and execute crazy-big, crazy-audacious, world-class brand and communications ideas and campaigns that will be amplified through owned, earned and paid media channels.
As Head of Marketing you'll need to be a big ideas person, first and foremost. But you'll also need to be super-strategic and inherently understand the concept of amplifying ideas through owned, earned and paid media. That means you'll know how to build strategic campaign and comms plans; thinking strategically about messaging hierarchy/phasing/priorisation, channel planning, sales funnel structure and conversion rates, audience targeting and budget allocation.
As the Ideas & Strategy Gun you'll be tasked with owning "ideas & strategy" and executing any "owned" channel executions in-house (email, socials, website), whilst...
By joining AYCC's Schools Team, you’ll be taking part in a nation-wide movement of young people working to create a more innovative, just and sustainable Australia! Schools mentors play an important role in providing students with the skills, knowledge and networks necessary to create change, empowering them to become the lifelong climate leaders Australia urgently needs. This mentor role is a unique opportunity for volunteers to develop leadership, organisational, campaigning and relationship-building skills.
Your role involves mentoring approx. 2-6 students from 1-3 high schools, supporting students to take on and lead climate justice groups in their schools or community. These climate justice groups will lead campaigns that demonstrate the urgent need for Australia to move to 100% renewables. We know these groups can achieve extraordinary things- previously, with the support of mentors, our schools groups have re-powered their schools with solar, and hosted community MP...
City of Greater Geelong Council
Geelong VIC, Australia
In this role you will be working in the Sustainability and Environmental Planning team and you will be responding to planning referrals and providing policy and technical advice on a range of environmental issues including biodiversity conservation, stormwater management and sustainability. You will work closely with Council staff, consultants, industry groups, developers and contractors to meet statutory planning requirements, and in the development and implementation of strategies and policies.
This is a temporary full-time position for five months.
Key responsibilities include:
Providing environmental input into statutory planning applications and strategic planning initiatives.
Undertake site inspections of development application sites and ensure compliance with required environmental legislation and relevant planning permit conditions.
Providing assistance and advice to Council staff undertaking construction and maintenance works to ensure that...
City of Greater Geelong Council
Geelong VIC, Australia
In this role you will be working in the Urban Design and Heritage team and will play a key role in delivering Greater Geelong’s clever and creative future by providing high quality urban design expertise and advice on growth area projects, precinct structure plans and urban design frameworks. You will collaborate across the department and organisation to provide strategic, creative and spatial design thinking and expertise, and facilitate the delivery of growth area and infill projects and will work closely with other planning and urban design professionals as well as other disciplines.
Key responsibilities include:
Providing urban design expertise for strategic planning and design projects, precinct structure plans, urban design frameworks and development applications, ensuring high quality design outcomes are achieved across all scales.
Researching, developing and preparing strategies, guidelines, policies and initiatives to support the delivery of a...
In this position you will be responsible for communicating and reporting the progress of bushland management programs to residents and staff.
Primarily you will be developing and implementing community environmental programs in particular the Guided Bushwalks Program. This will focus on educating and empowering the Willoughby community to protect and enhance local bushland and the environment.
As part of your position scope you will be responsible for the co-ordination of recreation open space projects, and the implementation of recreation actions from the Council Open Space and Recreation Plan, Sport Development Plans, parks Plans of Management / Master Plans, and Bushland Plan of Management/ Reserve Action Plans.
The Digital Marketing Specialist is a new role which will play a pivotal part in designing and implementing cross-channel digital marketing campaigns to enhance the EDO brand, increase engagement, donor acquisition and retention and reach our organisational goals.
Reporting to the Head of Marketing & Media, the Digital Marketing Specialist is primarily responsible for managing EDO’s paid channels, while using their deep knowledge of digital marketing and marketing automation to contribute to our organic social and owned channel strategies.
Australia-wide on the proviso that remote working arrangements are satisfactorily in place.
Part time 4 days (30 hours) per week.
Contract and Salary:
This position is a permanent role. This position is covered by the SCHADS Award. Remuneration in the range of $70k – $90k based on experience.
Bankstown NSW, Australia
This opportunity will see you assist in managing a range of planning projects. In the first year, a majority of the work will relate to the assessment of planning proposals and planning certificates, with consideration of consistency with State and Council planning policies. In the second year, you will assist in the master planning of Council’s key centres.
Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS)
In 2021, the ACICIS Sustainable Tourism Professional Practicum (STPP) will be offered virtually, with the support of the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan.
This program was developed with the support of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s New Colombo Plan and is undertaken prior to the commencement of the Australian academic calendar year (January – February). The STPP is a six-week program that consists of intensive Indonesian language instruction at Atma Jaya University , English language lectures by local practitioners and experts in the field of sustainable tourism, and a supervised practicum placement within a local or international tourism and hospitality company or organisation.
Tourism is an important industry in many developing nations, where it supports economic development and propagates cultural heritage. This is undoubtedly the case in Indonesia which has a thriving tourism industry based on its abundant natural...
Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS)
In 2021, the ACICIS Development Studies Professional Practicum (DSPP) will be offered virtually, with the support of the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan.
The DSPP is a six-week program that consists of intensive Indonesian language study at Atma Jaya University , industry-led English language seminars, and a supervised industry placement with a local or international firm operating in Indonesia. The program runs from early January to mid-February each year.
The DSPP provides an opportunity for students or early career professionals to gain valuable experience working in the field of international development in Indonesia. Host organisations cover a wide range of development sector interests and include monitoring bodies, research institutes, funding bodies, managing contractors, and advocacy groups. Key sectoral interests include: the environment, governance, transparency, poverty reduction, and gender equity.