Thirst Studios are a respected UX design team based in central Melbourne. We're on the look-out for a super-organised Project / Studio Manager to join our friendly, close-knit team as a maternity leave replacement.
You'll be responsible for managing all projects from initial scoping and estimation through resource planning to testing and quality assurance, ensuring everyone on the team knows where they're supposed to be and what they're supposed to be working on at all times.
As the conduit between the studio and our clients, you'll be adept at managing expectations, keeping everyone in the loop, resolving any issues that may arise and ensuring everything runs smoothly, on time and to budget.
Essentially, you're the most organised person in the room. You're cool as a cucumber and work really well under pressure. You probably organise your DVDs alphabetically and threw the best parties in high school.Key responsibilities:
The salary for this role will be based on skills and experience. Ideally, we're looking for someone full time to fill this maternaty leave replacement position, but do contact us if you're interested in working for us on a part-time or contract basis.
Please send a cover letter, CV and some examples of your recent work to[..].
Applicants must be Australian Residents to be considered for this position.
EthicalJobs.com.au is looking for a specialist in all things digital to take charge of the direction of our digital communications, and grow the size and engagement of our online communities. If you’d love to work across email marketing and social media, blog content creation and PPC ad campaigns, we’d love to have you join our tight-knit team in Collingwood.
EthicalJobs.com.au is one of the top
Australian job-search sites for jobs in the not-for-profit sector and beyond.
We regularly communicate with a passionate community of over 80,000 email
subscribers, 3,000 fantastic organisations, 30,000+ Facebook followers, and of
course, the more than 160,000 people who visit our site each and every month.
We’re a small team (eight people)
that’s inspired to “work for a better world” through connecting people and
organisations who share a vision of a more equitable, just and sustainable
Our friendly, spacious office is just
off Smith St in Collingwood. There's loads of natural light, high ceilings,
standing desks, a large outdoor deck for lunches and drinks after work, and
great food and coffee just around the corner.
About the Role
This is an exciting time to join our fast-growing social enterprise: our digital communications are a top priority in driving our growth across the country, and we’re looking for someone to lead the direction they’re going in. We're excited to hear your ideas and empower you to implement them.
This varied and dynamic role will see
About YouYou have anywhere from 2 years to 10
You're an exceptional writer, have no
problem creating content for specific audiences on varied topics, and have a
keen eye for good design.
Finally, you share our vision of a
better world and you’re excited about the challenge of playing a leading role
in a small, fast-growing, social enterprise.
How to apply for this job
In order to apply, please first email peter [at] ethicaljobs [dot] com [dot] au to request a full position description,
including salary details and application instructions.
Applications close 9am, Monday 11 May.
Do you love creating online experiences that engage and excite? Relish a challenge? Enjoy a fast-paced environment with a whole lot of passion and heart?
We have an exciting opportunity for a mid-weight Digital Designer (UI/UX) to join our fast-growing team (immediate start).
We are Keepers: an integrated agency. Clever outcomes are front-of-mind, long-term relationships are at our heart. We apply design in a meaningful way to ensure great experiences and tangible outcomes for our client base of leading Australian and international brands.
Reporting to the Head of User Experience & Design, you'll be a core member of our design and user experience team; one of our many interconnected practice areas. Grab a coffee with one of our talented developers; have a debate with our resident strategy pros; understand real-world users with our user researchers.
Five things you may do on a typical day:
You should have:
Passionate as we are, we also encourage people to live a balanced life. You won't catch us working crazy, 14-hour days. Look forward to fun social events, awesome proximity to the best coffee and food around, Friday drinks, and cycle facilities. Oh and we have an espresso machine, too.
Want to join the team?
Apply now, tell us your story and include a resume and folio (PDF or link in your cover letter) of your best work. If we love it, we'll be in touch for a coffee and chat.