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The Communications and Media Law Association is seeking applications for the role of an Events and Administration Coordinator who will work closely with the CAMLA Board and CAMLA Young Lawyers committee to manage and promote its activities and events.
EVENTS AND ADMINISTRATION COORDINATOR
- Part-Time Contractor (Approximately 30 hrs per month or 1 day per week)
- Mostly work from home with flexible hours
- Attendance at approximately 8 events per year in Sydney CBD
- Attend monthly CAMLA Board meetings remotely or in person
- Role reports to the President, Communications and Media Law Association
About the Communications and Media Law Association (CAMLA)
CAMLA is a not-for-profit association bringing together a wide range of people interested in law and policy relating to communications and the media. The Association includes lawyers, journalists, broadcasters, members of the telecommunications industry, politicians, publishers, academics and public servants. In order to debate and discuss issues of interest to its members, CAMLA publishes the Communications Law Bulletin and organises a range of seminars and other events featuring speakers prominent in communications and media law policy.
CAMLA events can include panel seminars, webinars, an annual trivia night and networking functions. You will:
Design invitations using Canva
Promote the events through CAMLA’s social media channels, website and email to members
Manage ticketing and RSVPs
Liaise with venues (mostly member law firms) in relation to events
Supervise and attend events (including preparing name badges and finalising list of attendees)
Website and social media management
Manage the Association website using WordPress and WooCommerce.
Manage the Association social media channels
Post information about Association events and the Communications Law Bulletin.
Upload webinar and podcast recordings to the members area
Manage the Association membership including email and phone enquiries
Processing membership renewals
Encouraging membership retention including through email and CAMLA’s social media channels
Communications Law Bulletin
Manage subscriptions to the Communications Law Bulletin including library enquiries
Promote the latest issue through CAMLA’s social media channels
Prepare the CAMLA Board meeting notices and agenda items
Maintain historical records of the Association
Create reports for the Annual General Meeting
Reconcile website transactions in Xero
Generate monthly and annual reports for the Treasurer
Assist with quarterly Business Activity Statements
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Social media marketing experience
Flexibility and ability to work without supervision and as a member of a team
High level of proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suite
Strong organisational skills
Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline
An interest in communications and media law
Event management experience
Experience using WordPress, WooCommerce, Eway, Xero, Canva
Probation: Three months from commencement.
Salary To be negotiated with successful candidate The hourly rate will be billed to the Association Treasurer. Hours will vary according to the Association’s activities, and usually requires minimal hours during December and January.
Send a one A4 page cover letter explaining your interest and suitability for the role with a short resume outlining your skills and experience with two current references to: firstname.lastname@example.org,au
Further details: Contact President, Rebecca Dunn – email@example.com or Secretary, Rebecca Lindhout: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: Sunday 23 April at 5:00pm.