March 09, 2016
In its second year running, IABC Victoria, in collaboration with Coral Communications, presented talk 55, a dynamic and fast-paced event where 12 communications professionals have five minutes, and five PowerPoint slides, to share an idea, perspective or inspiring story. The theme of this year’s event: The Communication Revolution - where is our industry heading, and are we ready?
In keeping with the talk55 concept, we have collated five key takeaways from the night.
(1) Be agile
Dr Jen Frahm highlighted the importance of having an agile workplace where interaction and cooperation is highly valued. She noted the importance of breaking free from rigid roles, to communicate with colleagues and clients based on trust and transparency. Being agile also involves having strategic plans that are adaptive to change, and organisations need to be constantly testing and learning.
In the words of Stanley John, organisations need to ‘persevere, pivot or perish.’
(2) Goodbye press officers -...Read More
March 09, 2016
Junior / Mid-Level Developer
Applications close: 18 March, 2016.
Full Time Are you keen to make a difference in the world through your digital creativity, programming nous and positivity?
Think HQ is a South Melbourne communications agency specialising in projects of substance. We work with some of Australia’s most well known not-for-profits and social change advocates.
We are seeking a full-time junior to mid-level developer who is enthusiastic to make a real change through their work and to have fun doing it. This is a Mon-Fri office-based role.
We provide digital solutions for our clients, including digital strategy, information architecture and content strategy, web design and technical development. The majority of your immediate work will be creating client websites and microsites.
How to apply for this job
Please send a cover letter, resume and at least 3 work examples to firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Junior/Mid-Level Developer application via EthicalJobs. You...Read More