Women in Media Australia is embarking on a search for a national manager. Could this be you, or someone you know?
We are looking for a self-motivated and results-driven individual to direct and manage Women in Media’s [WiM] business activities and to develop and implement effective business strategies and programs.
In this role, you’ll lead the day-to-day management of the organisation, including budget oversight to ensure a sustainable financial future, outreach to industry and prospects to increase membership and engagement, improving administration processes, identifying business opportunities and securing sponsorship and fundraising.
Your entrepreneurial spirit and vision in directing business functions will assist WiM in building relationships with members and stakeholders, generating new business, ensuring financial sustainability, and meeting business objectives.
WiM’s national manager will report directly to the board of directors on a part-time basis, working 16-20 hours per week as a consultant with your own ABN.
The successful candidate for this role will have 10+ years commercial experience and possess high energy and enthusiasm for WiM, excellent communication skills, superior knowledge of business functions, strong budgeting, and finance skills, and leadership qualities to meet the organisation’s growth objectives.
The job description and selection criteria is available here.
Please submit a cover letter detailing your expression of interest and your resume by October 16, 2022 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women in Media’s strategic growth plan is generously supported by Google News Initiative, our partner in the highly successful Relaunch Project for women returning to the media workforce after a career break.
Women in Media [WiM] is a not-for-profit industry body developed by and for women in media across Australia.
WiM strives to be part of the solution to addressing gender inequity in the media landscape, empowering women to secure jobs, progress in their careers and thrive at work.
WiM has 6000 members nationwide with branches in each state and territory. womeninmedia.com.au