We're on the hunt for someone with roughly 1-2 years experience in the industry (Account-Coordinator role or similar) looking to take the next step in their career. As the CEO's sidekick, this fast-paced role is a vital part to the functioning of the business, exposing you to pitching & new business, the inner-workings of senior management, strategy, client facing duties, and other office related tasks.
Part of this application is a video interview. We know it's a little odd talking to a camera, but don't be put off, we're looking forward to getting to know you a little better! A link to the video interview platform will be shared with you upon application.
The Six Pillars Of Us (and hopefully you)
We Push Boundaries
We are looking for someone who is hungry to make a bigger contribution, and who is able to pick up new skills quickly (ie a lifelong learner). If something feels a little bit 'out there' or seems difficult to pull off, you will take the bull by the horns and give it your best shot. You don't quit easily!
We Get Shit Done
The successful candidate will have lots of examples of making things happen - quickly, smoothly and with an elegance that just can't be taught. Working calmly, efficiently and accurately is how you like to roll.
We Listen Profoundly
Helping people overcome difficulties is your superpower, because you listen profoundly to what people say they want, and then unearth information to help deliver what they actually need. You are patient with people who aren't always as organised as you. You are also good at anticipating potential calamity and steering the ship away from any submerged icebergs.
We Speak Our Minds
You're upbeat, confident, friendly and emotionally intelligent which means you're pretty good at speaking your mind. You should be totally at ease with face to face communication - you're a people person, not a leave-me-alone-I-have-my-headphones-on type.
We Look After Each Other
You relish working with a fun and friendly team and usually form tight relationships with people you work with. You are hard-wired to solve problems and bring a little bit of levity to work.
We Have Fun
We are obsessed with protecting and feeding our company culture. You should share this enthusiasm, and want to help us build a good humoured, collaborative, politically neutral team environment. We're looking for someone funny, curious and full of totally unfeasible ideas for cultural initiatives, who is prepared to make some of them happen!
Full Disclosure! Not everyone is right for us, or us for them.
We expect everyone to be commercially astute and fiscally responsible
Things move fast and change constantly. Get used to it!
We try not to hire (and don't tend to retain) divas, gossips or egomaniacs.
We expect our team to learn new skills, quickly.
We swear a lot.
Exciting opening for an digital designer to support us to create educational content for a range of big brands.
Key tasks:Taking design briefs from concept to completionUtilising copy to conceptualise and deliver infographicsLaying out website pages according to supplied wireframeseDM design (using MailChimp)Layout of worksheets and short form documentsDevelop fun, quirky graphics to accompany social media posts
Location: You are welcome to join us in our office or work remotely.
Start date: ASAP or no later than Monday 28th August.
Time period: minimum one month with possibility of extending the contract. Possibility of full time role for the right candidate.
Leading the charge in the creation of interactive educational content, Kimberlin Education is a digital agency bringing learning to life. A specialist team of tech geeks, creative geniuses and teacher's pets, we know how to get a message across to students in a fun, engaging and educational way. We love interactive games, apps and digital learning objects.
Want the role?
Submit you application to Sarah via email: sarah AT kimberlineducation DOT com DOT au
You must have the right to work in Australia to apply. If you are on a VISA please include the relevent details as sponsorship is not available.
Please include the following:CVPortfolio link or attachmentPreferred hourly rateAvailability
Candidates who can highlight projects in the areas indicted above (Inforgraphic, eDM deisgn, social, document layout) will be highly regarded.
The School Engagement Officer plays a pivotal role in attracting future students to the Academy of Design Australia. The role encourages student engagement with the Academy and its courses by creating opportunities for students and their teachers to participate in creative workshops, networking with careers advisers, promoting the Academy at Careers Fairs, and supporting events such as Open Days.
This is a relatively new role at the Academy, providing an opportunity for the successful candidate to really make their mark, and contribute their own unique ideas for raising the profile of the Academy! High levels of autonomy and initiative will be required, but you will have the support of a fantastic creative team including two Admissions Officers, a Marketing Manager and a Marketing Coordinator. The Academy is a vibrant and open place to work, in the heart of Melbourne's hub of creativity, Collingwood.
The School Engagement Officer is responsible for establishing and maintaining strong working relationships with secondary schools, students, careers advisers and pathway partners, primarily throughout Victoria. This will include organising and maintaining a schedule of weekly visits to secondary schools to present to students, teachers and parents as appropriate.
The successful applicant will build a strong knowledge of the Academy and its Bachelor of Design Arts degree, and drive quality lead generation of prospective students. Flexible working hours are necessary, as he/she will be required to travel to events outside Melbourne, and occasionally work on evenings or weekends.
This role would suit a creative with an understanding of design, digital and creative industries, a marketing/communications or events professional, or someone with experience of working in the secondary school sector. Prior experience in a similar role is not required, as we are seeking someone with a flexible skill-set, great team spirit, a good grasp of technology, and a passion for learning and creativity.
This is an exciting time to join the Academy. In February 2018, we will move into an architect-refurbished warehouse nearby in Collingwood, with a public art gallery and a range of dynamic learning spaces. With a larger campus, we have the opportunity to expand our educational offering and intake, and offer a truly exciting degree to future creatives!
Key Requirements:Meet monthly lead generation targets. Collect quality, workable leads.Identify appropriate students to schedule appointments with the Admissions Team. Proactively follow up with enquiries to ensure high level of engagement and lead satisfaction.Effectively promote event program to secondary schools, leading to motivated event registrations.Manage key secondary school markets by developing and building rapport with a variety of departments and creating a comprehensive engagement plan. Schedule and conduct presentations in appropriate classes. Maintain a future calendar recorded as part of the engagement plan.Demonstrate solid administrative skills including timeliness of returning calls, emails and completion of departmental reports in line with admissions protocols.Excellent public speaking skills, current industry knowledge and up to date school information. Ability to develop excellent presentation materials to deliver effective multimedia presentations.Participation in appropriate recruitment and enrolment events, which include occasional evenings and weekends.Support and lead on-campus tours and presentations.Liaise with Director of Admissions and Marketing, President of LCI Education Asia Pacific, and the Marketing Manager.Reports to: Marketing Manager.
Job Requirements (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities):
Knowledge:Bachelor’s degree preferred.Sales results orientedComputer literate, working knowledge of MS Office and CRM
Skills:Excellent teamwork, communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work with people from a variety of social, economic and cultural backgrounds.Self motivated, ability to work independently, problem solve and demonstrate sound judgment.Must be accountable and outcome-driven.Ability to manage outreach activities through effective telephone, time management and organisation skills.Ethical in all recruitment activities.
Abilities:Must have reliable vehicle, a valid Driver’s License.Ability to complete overnight travel, as needed.Ability to adapt to changing assignments and multiple priorities, ability to manage multiple tasks and successfully meet deadlines.
Applications close – Friday 1 September at 5pm.
Written applications required with a CV and cover letter summarising experience and skills relevant to key responsibilities and addressing required competencies.
Any further information required please contact Michelle Newell, Marketing Manager, on +61 (0)435 547 755.