Careers

We’re always on the lookout for new talent. The kind that know that what they do can transform the world.

Careers

Our team brings a diverse range of viewpoints and backgrounds. We’re experts at what we do, and we’re united by one thing: a genuine belief that what we’re doing will change the world. Sound like you?

A career at Think HQ is unlike any other agency. We are genuinely, unapologetically values-led — which means only ever working on projects that will make a change.

It’s a fun, challenging gig. The kind where you’ll meet inspiring people, learn about things you may never knew existed, and go home each day feeling like you’ve done something good. We support and respect one another, so everyone — no matter how long you’ve been here — is given room to speak up and share ideas. 

Because we’re all about understanding and reaching potential. You never know where the next best idea is going to come from — which is why we give everyone everything they need to grow. When our team gets stronger, so does everything we do. 

Sound good? Check out some of our current openings. 
 

Current opportunities

Job Description

Think HQ is a fast-growing, award-winning agency solely committed to social impact and behaviour change campaigns, and we are seeking a Filmmaker to join our team.

Based in South Melbourne, we work with a range of clients across government, non-profit and ethical private industry. We are full service – including public relations, advertising, content, research, design, and production. Our skills are diverse, but we’re united by our uncompromised mission to work solely on projects that deliver positive outcomes for people, the planet, and places. Your role will be an essential part in driving the progress of our business group, which includes our multicultural consultancy arm CultureVerse.

If you are driven by social good, have an excellent track record demonstrating your storytelling flair and are comfortable with the fast pace of a communications agency, we’re looking for you. The ideal candidate will work across a wide range of projects and apply curiosity to solve creative problems in relation to film and video. You will be responsible to conceptualise, shoot and edit high-quality audio-visual content that meets the challenges and business goals of our clients and engages their audiences.

About us

We unapologetically seek out work that will have a genuine positive impact. We all know where we are headed, and we’re united by our mission to make change. Our growth is underpinned by our values.

We’re a diverse bunch; ex-journos, filmmakers, social researchers, PR professionals, community engagement specialists, writers, animators, designers, and strategists who love what we do.

We're a genuinely collaborative, full-service communications agency working across public relations, advertising, multicultural communications, web design, animation, film and audio production. Our skills are diverse, but we’re all united by our passion for projects that deliver positive outcomes for people, places and the planet.

Think HQ values inclusion and diversity – it’s the reason we can do the work we do. We welcome and actively encourage applications from people of all ages, abilities, and cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, people from our multicultural communities, or who speak a language other than English, people with disabilities, older Australians and parents returning to the workforce.

Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of this role are:

  • Developing concepts and treatments
  • Shooting TVCs, PSAs
  • Short documentaries
  • Branded content

About you

  • You have a passion for storytelling and a keen eye for detail
  • You have the creativity, motivation and passionate interest for film
  • You have solid experience working with post-production software such as Adobe Premiere, AVID Media Composer, After Effects, Adobe Audition (desirable) and Davinci Resolve
  • You have experience with DSLR cameras, and small-scale sound and light setups
  • You have the ability to direct short segments, including developing concepts and treatments
  • You have the ability to ingest, edit and export content for different media
  • You have the ability to carry out online editing duties, including correcting colour grading, and adding special effects/graphics, and mastering
  • You have knowledge of photography, retouching skills and image editing

Don’t worry if you don’t tick every requirement on this list – our priority is a talented and motivated individual with a positive attitude and who is willing to learn and grow. We’re looking for someone who is ideas-driven and a cultural fit for our team in values and personality.

Think HQ is committed in maintaining a unique work environment by rewarding talent, celebrating diversity, and encouraging forward-thinking. We are an equal opportunity employer, and we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. All qualified applicants will be considered for this position without regard to race, culture, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. We encourage Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and people of all backgrounds to apply.

 

What's on offer?

You will be offered an above-award salary as well as ongoing professional development opportunities.

Flexible hours negotiable.

How to apply

We are an inclusive agency and people from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. If you are looking for a position which offers you the opportunity to grow and develop your skills further, please apply.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, your resume and portfolio, including links to work you have produced. Applications without both a resume and cover letter will not be considered.

Extra Info

Applicants need to have the right to work in Australia.

You may be required to obtain a working with children’s check.

Job Description

We're seeking an energetic, motivated, confident, and outgoing Project Manager to provide support in the implementation of a new project management and CRM system. This newly created role will be reporting to the HR and Systems Director, you will lead and deliver the implementation of exciting new technology in a fast-paced working environment. No two-days are ever the same so if you enjoy thinking on your feet, being quick to adapt, and negotiating ways to deliver projects within scope/on time, then we want to hear from you. You will be a part of a small team that makes a big impact!

About us

We unapologetically seek out work that will have a genuine positive impact. We all know where we are headed, and we’re united by our mission to make change. Our growth is underpinned by our values.

We’re a diverse bunch; ex-journos, filmmakers, social researchers, PR professionals, community engagement specialists, writers, animators, designers, and strategists who love what we do.

We're a genuinely collaborative, full-service communications agency working across public relations, advertising, multicultural communications, web design, animation, film and audio production. Our skills are diverse, but we’re all united by our passion for projects that deliver positive outcomes for people, places and the planet.

Think HQ values inclusion and diversity – it’s the reason we can do the work we do. We welcome and actively encourage applications from people of all ages, abilities, and cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, people from our multicultural communities, or who speak a language other than English, people with disabilities, older Australians and parents returning to the workforce.

Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of this role are:

  • End-to-end project management
  • Facilitate workshops to gather information on requirements
  • Develop and lead project scope and execution plans
  • Design and document system solutions including business requirements, interface specifications and any specification required in the approved project scope
  • Support data migration activities like data cleansing, mapping, and conversion
  • Conduct project status / progress meetings
  • Manage configuration and work with other teams to deliver and test systems as designed
  • Provide guidance to teams including preparing testing activities (checklists, scripts, scenarios)
  • Support teams through the User Acceptance, Testing and Go-Live phases
  • Help create change plans including training documentation and FAQs
  • Ensure handovers set our teams for success, and project benefits can be tracked and realise

About you

  • You possess 3 years' project management experience in a similar role
  • A bachelor’s degree in Information Technology will be highly regarded
  • Knowledge of Agile and Prince2 is a must, certification is not required
  • You’re well presented, self-motivated individual who is bright and enthusiastic with exceptional interpersonal skills
  • You think outside-the-box thinking and have an inquiring mind
  • You have excellent analytical skills and strong business acumen to understand technical requirements and balance against business needs
  • You have excellent written and verbal communication skills to gather requirements, deliver presentations/training and influence change
  • You’re adaptable to a dynamic working environment and evolving responsibilities
  • You’re able to take ownership of projects through to completion
  • You’re a great team player with a positive mindset who can work autonomously
  • You’re good at creating and maintaining working relationships
  • You’re willing to assist with any tasks required to get the job done!

What's on offer?

You will be offered a competitive salary as well as professional development opportunities.

A six month contract with flexible part time hours.

How to apply

We are an inclusive agency and people from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. If you are looking for a position which offers you the opportunity to grow and develop your skills further, please apply.

Extra Info

Send your resume together with a covering letter telling us why you want to become a team member of Think HQ. Applications without resumes and/or covering letters will not be considered.

Applicants need to have the right to work in Australia.

Job Description

At Think HQ, we use inclusive communications to tackle complex social challenges and promote for-purpose projects.

We’re looking for an Account Director to join our rapidly growing team, where you’ll develop and oversee the implementation of integrated and PR-led campaigns targeting diverse Australian audiences, working with and learn from experts across the business, and using your strategic communications skills for good.

About us

We unapologetically seek out work that will have a genuine positive impact. We all know where we are headed, and we’re united by our mission to make change. Our growth is underpinned by our values.

We’re a diverse bunch; ex-journos, filmmakers, social researchers, PR professionals, community engagement specialists, writers, animators, designers, and strategists who love what we do.

We're a genuinely collaborative, full-service communications agency working across public relations, advertising, multicultural communications, web design, animation, film and audio production. Our skills are diverse, but we’re all united by our passion for projects that deliver positive outcomes for people, places and the planet.

Think HQ values inclusion and diversity – it’s the reason we can do the work we do. We welcome and actively encourage applications from people of all ages, abilities, and cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, people from our multicultural communities, or who speak a language other than English, people with disabilities, older Australians and parents returning to the workforce.

Responsibilities

In this role, you will:

  • Oversee the implementation of a range of PR and integrated client accounts, including projects that include CALD and First Nations engagement and creative outputs for below the line channels
  • In partnership with teams across the agency, lead the development of clear, concise and inclusive PR strategies and implementation plans for new project briefs, which include appropriate recommendations for engaging Australia’s diverse population
  • Manage relationships with our clients and build effective partnerships across the agency
  • Liaise with and engage effectively with the media, including in-language and First Nations media channels, where relevant
  • Liaise with and provide strategic advice to external clients regarding emerging issues and or upcoming projects
  • Lead the development of effective and high-quality written materials in a range of PR formats (e.g. media releases, eDM copy, stakeholder plans)
  • Plan and oversee the delivery of media and stakeholder events
  • Proactively contribute to new business growth, as well as growing existing client accounts – including playing a key role in the research, writing and delivery of new business pitches and proposals
  • Mentoring and support other members of the team.

About you

  • You have undergraduate or post-graduate studies in Public Relations, Communications or related field, and minimum 7 years’ relevant industry experience
  • You have excellent written and verbal communication skills, including writing for media and a variety of audiences
  • You have excellent organisation and time management skills, with the ability to juggle multiple projects/tasks and meet set deadlines
  • You have proven ability to manage client and projects, develop effective PR strategies, meet deadlines, and liaise with suppliers and stakeholders
  • You have excellent knowledge of print, online and broadcast media and PR processes, plus a genuine interest in news and current affairs
  • You have an interest in or experience engaging with multicultural communities, including basic understanding of Australia’s cultural demographics, relevant Government policies and approaches, principles of cultural diversity
  • You have excellent attention to detail
  • You’re able to accept feedback in a positive manner and apply learnings to future work
  • You have experience planning and delivering successful media and stakeholder events or activations; and experience working on government or behaviour change campaigns would be considered a real bonus.

What's on offer?

You will be offered an above-award salary as well as ongoing professional development opportunities.

Flexible hours negotiable.

How to apply

We are an inclusive agency and people from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. If you are looking for a position which offers you the opportunity to grow and develop your skills further, please apply.

Send your resume together with a covering letter telling us why you want to become a team member of Think HQ. Applications without both a resume and cover letter will not be considered.

Extra Info

Applicants need to have the right to work in Australia.

You may be required to obtain a working with children’s check.

Job Description

At Think HQ, we use inclusive communications to tackle complex social challenges and promote for-purpose projects.

We’re looking for an experienced Account Manager or Senior Account Manager to join our rapidly growing team, where you’ll help develop and oversee the implementation of integrated and PR-led campaigns targeting diverse Australian audiences, working with and learn from experts across the business, and using your strategic communications skills for good.

About Us

We're a genuinely collaborative, full-service communications agency working across public relations, advertising, multicultural communications, web design, animation, film and audio production. Our skills are diverse, but we’re all united by our passion for projects that deliver positive outcomes for people, places and the planet.

We’re a diverse bunch; ex-journos, filmmakers, social researchers, PR professionals, community engagement specialists, writers, animators, designers, and strategists who love what we do.

We unapologetically seek out work that will have a genuine positive impact. We all know where we are headed, and we’re united by our mission to make change. Our growth is underpinned by our values.

Think HQ values inclusion and diversity – it’s the reason we can do the work we do. We welcome and actively encourage applications from people of all ages, abilities, and cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQA+ people, people from our multicultural communities, or who speak a language other than English, people with disabilities, older Australians and parents returning to the workforce.

    Responsibilities

    In this role, you will:

    • Manage a range of PR and integrated client accounts, including projects that include CALD and First Nations engagement and creative outputs for below the line channels
    • Work with relevant team members to develop clear, concise and inclusive PR strategies and implementation plans for new project briefs, which include appropriate recommendations for engaging Australia’s diverse population
    • Liaise with and engage effectively with the media, including in-language and First Nations media channels, where relevant
    • Liaise with and provide strategic advice to external clients regarding emerging issues and or upcoming projects
    • Produce and/or oversee the development of effective and high-quality written materials in a range of PR formats (e.g. media releases, eDM copy, stakeholder plans)
    • Plan and oversee the delivery of media and stakeholder events
    • Proactively contribute to new business growth, as well as growing existing client accounts – including playing a key role in the research, writing and delivery of new business pitches and proposals
    • Support with the mentoring of junior members of the team.

    About you

    • Undergraduate or post-graduate studies in Public Relations, Communications or related field, and minimum 5 years’ relevant industry experience
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including writing for media and a variety of audiences
    • Excellent organisation and time management skills, with the ability to juggle multiple projects/tasks and meet set deadlines
    • Proven ability to manage client and projects, develop effective PR strategies, meet deadlines, and liaise with suppliers and stakeholders
    • Excellent knowledge of print, online and broadcast media and PR processes, plus a genuine interest in news and current affairs
    • Interest in or experience engaging with multicultural communities, including basic understanding of Australia’s cultural demographics, relevant Government policies and approaches, principles of cultural diversity
    • Excellent attention to detail
    • Ability to accept feedback in a positive manner and apply learnings to future work
    • Experience planning and delivering successful media and stakeholder events or activations; and experience working on government or behaviour change campaigns would be considered a real bonus.

    Extra info

    • Applicants need to have the right to work in Australia.
    • You may be required to obtain a Working with Children’s check.

    Job Description

    We’re looking for an Account Director with experience across content and social to join our Content Team and play a vital role in driving the success of our campaigns.

    You will work across paid and organic campaigns for a range of clients working in social media, web, EDM, content strategy and search. Working with our content, creative, CALD and PR teams you will drive an end-to-end digital and content marketing offering that supports the wider agency and our clients.

    With your in-depth knowledge of industry trends and best practice, you will design, monitor and evaluate campaigns, setting and monitoring strategies, budgets and KPIs to ensure activity is achieving clear goals. And you will provide insights to clients and colleagues, and mentor team members, to add value, build relationships and drive value.

     

    About us

    At Think HQ, we use communications to drive positive outcomes for people, create positive change in behaviour and culture, and foster a more inclusive community.

    We unapologetically seek out work that will have a genuinely positive impact. We all know where we are headed, and we’re united by our mission to make change. Our growth is underpinned by our values.

    We’re a diverse bunch; ex-journos, filmmakers, social researchers, PR professionals, community engagement specialists, writers, animators, designers, and strategists who love what we do. 

    We're a genuinely collaborative, full-service communications agency working across public relations, advertising, multicultural communications, web design, animation, film and audio production. Our skills are diverse, but we’re all united by our passion for projects that deliver positive outcomes for people, places and the planet.

    Think HQ values inclusion and diversity – it’s the reason we can do the work we do. We welcome and actively encourage applications from people of all ages, abilities and cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, people from our multicultural communities, or who speak a language other than English, people with disabilities, older Australians and parents returning to the workforce.

    Responsibilities

    We are currently seeking a full-time Account Director. Some of the responsibilities for this role are:

    • Take social and content campaigns from concept to roll-out, developing, executing, and optimising them using both paid and organic approaches
    • Deliver communications solutions across social and digital channels including TikTok, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat and LinkedIn.
    • Develop and deliver content for websites and eDM, in addition to Search and Display advertising.
    • Profile audience pools and build targeting strategies for campaigns
    • Define, measure and evaluate relevant KPIs
    • Oversee and manage campaign budgets campaign
    • Design, monitor and optimise campaigns for optimal performance and to achieve the greatest effectiveness
    • Provide ongoing actionable insights into campaign performance to relevant stakeholders
    • Produce or oversee the production of post-campaign reports and data analysis
    • Maintain a thorough understanding of the digital landscape, including social, display and Google Adwords

    About you

    • You have experience and/or tertiary qualifications in digital communications or a relevant field.
    • You have a demonstrated understanding of the digital landscape, including social, display and Google AdWords. 
    • You are well presented, self-motivated individual who is bright and enthusiastic with exceptional interpersonal skills.
    • You have exceptional written and verbal communication skills coupled with strong attention to detail.
    • You have the ability to work well under pressure and within a team.
    • You have exceptional time management skills.
    • Agency experience would be beneficial.

    What's on offer?

    You will be offered an above-award salary as well as ongoing professional development opportunities.

    Flexible hours negotiable.

     

    How to apply

    Send your resume together with a covering letter telling us why you want to become a team member of Think HQ. Applications without resumes and/or covering letters will not be considered.

    Extra Info

    Applicants need to have the right to work in Australia.

    You may be required to obtain a working with children’s check.

    Job Description

    We’re looking for an experienced Localisation Project Manager and Analyst to join our Localisation team.

    You’ll carry translation projects from brief to completion; liaise with internal stakeholders (such as Localisation team members and Account services) and external stakeholders (freelance translators, community members and clients) by phone and email; and create and sustain a good report with everyone mentioned.

    As an experienced Analyst you will furthermore help analyse data, recommend process and product improvements and create surveys.

    You’ll be working in the intersection of project management, linguistics and data

    analysis.

    If you’re a great project manager with a genuine interest in languages and culture, and an organised team player who wants to use your array of skills to ensure high quality communication campaigns in multiple languages lands with the right audience, then this role is for you!

    About us

    At Think HQ, we use communications to drive positive outcomes for people, create positive change in behaviour and culture, and foster a more inclusive community.

    We unapologetically seek out work that will have a genuine positive impact. We all know where we are headed, and we’re united by our mission to make change. Our growth is underpinned by our values.

    We’re a diverse bunch; ex-journos, filmmakers, social researchers, PR professionals, community engagement specialists, writers, animators, designers, and strategists who love what we do. 

    We're a genuinely collaborative, full-service communications agency working across public relations, advertising, multicultural communications, web design, animation, film and audio production. Our skills are diverse, but we’re all united by our passion for projects that deliver positive outcomes for people, places and the planet.

    Think HQ values inclusion and diversity – it’s the reason we can do the work we do. We welcome and actively encourage applications from people of all ages, abilities and cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, people from our multicultural communities, or who speak a language other than English, people with disability, older Australians and parents returning to the workforce.

    Responsibilities

    About the role

    We are currently seeking a full-time Localisation Project Manager and Analyst. Some of the knowledge and skills required for this role are:

    • Interested in languages, people and culture
    • Able to communicate clearly and communicate complexity in simple terms
    • Bilingual (native proficiency in one other language than English & native level proficiency in English)
    • Want to ensure accuracy and follow things through to completion
    • Eye for details
    • Able to find solutions where seemingly none exists
    • Excellent project management skills
    • Be able to deal with urgent turnaround times
    • Expertise with one or more CAT tools
    • Great with tech

    About you

    • You have minimum one year of relevant industry experience in translation/localisation.
    • You have minimum one year of working in a communication agency
    • You have experience working as data analyst
    • You have minimum one year of working with CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) communities across Victoria/Australia and/or other clients related to demographics, culture and languages.
    • You are well presented, self-motivated individual who is bright and enthusiastic with exceptional interpersonal skills.
    • You have exceptional written and verbal communication skills coupled with strong attention to detail.
    • You have the ability to work well under pressure and within a team.
    • You have exceptional time management skills.

    What's on offer?

    You will be offered an above-award salary as well as ongoing professional development opportunities.

    Flexible hours negotiable.

    How to apply

    We are an inclusive agency and people from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. If you are looking for a position which offers you the opportunity to grow and develop your skills further, please apply.

    Send your resume together with a tailored cover letter outlining what has drawn you to consider a move to Think HQ, along with a couple of examples of previous related work. Applications without resumes and/or covering letters will not be considered.

    Extra Info

    Applicants need to have the right to work in Australia.

    You may be required to obtain a working with children’s check.

    Applicants must be located in Victoria and be able to travel to our office in South Melbourne on a daily basis.

    Job Description

    We’re looking for a Paid Digital Specialist to lead design and implementation of paid digital campaigns.

    You will manage paid digital campaigns for a range of clients across social media, display, Google Adwords and paid search. You’ll work with the team to form an end-to-end digital and content marketing offering that supports the wider agency and our clients.

    With your in-depth knowledge of industry trends and best practice, you will design, monitor and evaluate campaigns, setting and monitoring strategies, budgets and KPIs to ensure activity is achieving clear goals. And you will provide insights to clients and colleagues, and mentor team members, to add value, build relationships and drive value.

    About us
    At Think HQ, we use communications to drive positive outcomes for people, create positive change in behaviour and culture, and foster a more inclusive community.

    We unapologetically seek out work that will have a genuine positive impact. We all know where we are headed, and we’re united by our mission to make change. Our growth is underpinned by our values.

    We’re a diverse bunch; ex-journos, filmmakers, social researchers, PR professionals, community engagement specialists, writers, animators, designers, and strategists who love what we do. 

    We're a genuinely collaborative, full-service communications agency working across public relations, advertising, multicultural communications, web design, animation, film and audio production. Our skills are diverse, but we’re all united by our passion for projects that deliver positive outcomes for people, places and the planet.

    Think HQ values inclusion and diversity – it’s the reason we can do the work we do. We welcome and actively encourage applications from people of all ages, abilities and cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, people from our multicultural communities, or who speak a language other than English, people with disability, older Australians and parents returning to the workforce.
     

    Responsibilities

    About the role

    • We are currently seeking a full-time Paid Digital Specialist. Some of the responsibilities for this role are:
    • Develop, execute, and optimise paid digital campaigns, including paid search
    • Profile audience pools and build targeting strategies for campaigns
    • Define, measure and evaluate relevant paid media KPIs
    • Oversee and manage overall budgets for paid media through campaign periods
    • Design, monitor and optimise campaigns for optimal performance and to achieve the greatest effectiveness
    • Provide ongoing actionable insights into campaign performance to relevant stakeholders
    • Conduct in-depth keyword and website research, ad grouping and audience targeting
    • Produce post-campaign reports and data analysis
    • Maintain a thorough understanding of the digital landscape, including social, display and Google Adwords 
    • Build and maintain relationships with media partners

    About you

    • You have experience and/or tertiary qualifications in digital communications or a relevant field.
    • You have a demonstrated understanding of the digital landscape, including social, display and Google AdWords. 
    • Agency experience would be beneficial.
    • You are well presented, self-motivated individual who is bright and enthusiastic with exceptional interpersonal skills.
    • You have exceptional written and verbal communication skills coupled with strong attention to detail.
    • You have the ability to work well under pressure and within a team.
    • You have exceptional time management skills.

    What's on offer?
    You will be offered an above-award salary as well as ongoing professional development opportunities.
    Flexible hours negotiable.

    How to apply
    We are an inclusive agency and people from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. If you are looking for a position which offers you the opportunity to grow and develop your skills further, please apply.
    Send your resume together with a covering letter telling us why you want to become a team member of Think HQ. Applications without resumes and/or covering letters will not be considered.

    Extra Info
    Applicants need to have the right to work in Australia.
    You may be required to obtain a working with children’s check.

    Job Description

    Think HQ is seeking a Strategist.

    We only work on projects that produce inclusive, positive outcomes for people, so this is an opportunity to use your insights and inspiration to help drive the strategic output of our agency and change the world for the better. 

    About you

    Partnering with the account services, earned and creative teams, you will be fostering and building client relationships by driving their strategic positioning and leading the development of effective campaign strategies in response to client briefs and their business challenges.

    You will assist the creative team by developing strategic approaches through which creative ideas will come to fruition. Writing clear and insightful briefs is an integral part of the job, as well as inspiring and informing creative teams by providing clear insights and championing the ideas that are on-brief.

    You’ll be working directly with the Head of Strategy to improve the strategic output of the agency and will proactively seek opportunities to add value to our clients’ businesses.

    About Think HQ

    We're a genuinely collaborative, full-service communications agency, with experts across a range of communications functions including public relations, content, advertising, strategy, design, web development, research, animation, film and production. Our team’s skills are diverse, but we’re all united by our passion for projects that deliver positive outcomes for people, places and the planet.

    As we continue to rapidly grow our team and our offering, and commit to building Australia’s most inclusive communications agency, it's an exciting time to join the Think HQ Group!

    What you’ll be great at:

    • Knowledge of industry-standard frameworks, methodologies, and processes
    • Data analytical skills
    • Ability to conduct qualitative research
    • Develop and moderate client and agency workshops
    • Project and client management skills
    • Proven strategic planning capability
    • Ability to build strong client relationships
    • Strong verbal and visual communication skills

    Experience in a fast-paced environment, creative writing skills and digital and social strategy experience would also be great.

    Your qualifications:

    • Five years’ strategic experience working with clients in a creative agency

    A tertiary qualification in communications, advertising or a related field is desirable.

    Responsibilities

    • Help drive the agency’s strategic pulse and culture
    • Expose the Think HQ group to the best and latest global trends and creative practices
    • Contribute to developing Think HQ internal strategic IP through our own frameworks
    • Liaise with clients and stakeholders to identify business problems and brand challenges
    • Build client relationships and recommendations through strategic consult and responses
    • Design, facilitate and synthesis qualitative research to help inform strategies
    • Facilitate workshops and conduct stakeholder interviews
    • Undertake desk research to uncover insights to form strategic recommendations
    • Write creative briefs and providing unique insights that foster great ideas
    • Connect with and inspire creative teams to develop comms that address a clear brief
    • Build strong relationships with internal teams, support and collaborate in order to deliver successful client outcomes
    • Participate in the research, writing and delivery of new business pitches and proposals from time to time
    • Collaborate with and mentor more junior members of the team

    Think HQ values inclusion and diversity – it’s the reason we can do the work we do. We welcome and actively encourage applications from people of all ages, abilities and cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from our multicultural communities, or who speak a language other than English, LGBTIQ+ people, people with disability, older Australians and parents returning to the workforce.