The ALLG specialises in research that creates better treatments and better lives for those with a blood cancer. For more than 40 years our member doctors have continued to establish high impact clinical trials for their patients. The position of Marketing and Communications Manager is pivotal to the continued success of the vibrant clinical trial program. Reportable to the CEO, this position has responsibility for the marketing objectives, and delivery of communications that will raise our profile across all sectors. Demonstrated marketing strategy competence is essential. Experience in devising and implementing communications and advocacy campaign plans will make you a key candidate for this role. You will be a highly motivated self-starter and be proficient in your use of digital media platforms.
The position is available for immediate start.
Part-time (4-days per week), for 12months with the possibility of continuation, and in a team dedicated to research excellence in a progressive clinical trial setting.
Design, implement and monitor marketing strategies that increase the positive awareness of the ALLG and its good work
Review, produce, implement, distribute and monitor marketing materials, communications and campaigns
Preparation of periodic reporting, including KPI reports
Prepare clear simple messaging for communications across a range of digital and social media
Prepare, edit, and publish pieces such as newsletters, research outcome stories
Coordinate the agenda and papers of the Marketing Committee
Assist the fundraising appeals to maximise reach and promotion
Can do, positive attitude toward new opportunities
KEY SKILLS AND CRITERIA
Tertiary qualification in marketing, communications or related field
Experience in health, science, or medical research
Experience Not For Profit sector
Demonstrated experience in devising and implementing communications and campaign plans
Experience with content writing for publication and communication materials for external stakeholders
Hands on marketing professional with ability to work autonomously across multiple projects with tight timelines
Demonstrated experience with MS Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Access, InDesign (or similar)
High attention to detail
Exceptional communication skills; the measure of our success is in the collaborations with our community
Ability to review processes and suggest improvements to enhance existing methods
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Personal confidence to liaise with a variety of stakeholders
Video filming and editing skills, and photography skills
Experience in public relations, media advocacy or journalism
Understanding of medical terminology (desirable but not essential)
The ALLG as a not-for-profit organisation offers salary packaging entitlement.
To apply candidates must submit a cover letter addressing the listed key skills and criteria above, and provide a copy of current CV.