Digital Producer (Junior/Mid-weight) - Macquarie University
Uniquely located in the heart of Australia’s largest high-tech precinct, Macquarie University brings together 40,000 students and 3,000 staff in one thriving hub of discovery. Our campus spans 126 hectares, with open green space that gives our community the freedom to think and grow. We are home to fantastic facilities including a gym and pools, private teaching hospital and a high-tech library, with excellent transport links to the city and suburbs, supported by an on-campus train station.

We are recognised globally for excellence in areas including research, teaching, employability, internationalisation, facilities and innovation. In fact, we are ranked among the top 2 per cent of universities in the world, and with a 5-star QS rating, we are renowned for producing graduates that are among the most sought after professionals in the world.

Group Marketing manages and promotes the University’s brand, reputation and achievements. The Digital team is responsible for building the reach and impact of communications in University “owned” media channels. The team leads the web development and design of the digital customer experience for the whole university, engaging all internal stakeholders with a clear vision and process.
POSTED 21/06/17
Digital Content Producer - Foxtel
At Foxtel, our purpose is to effortlessly connect Australians to all the stories they love. We offer a better entertainment experience every day through exclusive and diverse television across all genres, the world’s most popular channel brands, and investment in high quality local content.
Our Playbook is what we call the way that we like to do things around here, and we’re looking for people who can bring this to life. We’re customer heroes, we challenge the norm, we make it easy, we make it fun and we make it happen.
You will be working directly with and reporting to the Senior Digital Producer to help maintain and develop content across the What’s On section of the Foxtel website, the Foxtel Now website, and a range of pages dedicated to the key shows on the Foxtel platform.. This will involve a number of different tasks including content creation, asset approval, performance reporting and monitoring, as well as identifying and implementing any structural changes.
POSTED 21/06/17
Head of Development - Wheeler Centre
This role offers the chance to contribute to the vision and success of Australia’s only cultural institution dedicated to the art of public conversation. As part of the senior management team, the Head of Development devises and delivers a suite of development strategies that reflect and respond to our creative ambitions.

The role could suit someone with experience in partnership management or communications, as well as seasoned fundraisers from the arts, education, or not-for-profit sector. A deep interest in values-driven relationships and audience engagement is essential. Both full-time and part-time arrangements will be considered. Above all else, we are looking for passion, commitment, and a sense of humour.
POSTED 21/06/17
Breaking News Reporter - Guardian Australia

Guardian Australia ( launched in May 2013 as part of Guardian News & Media (GNM), one of the largest English language newspaper websites in the world (

We have an exciting opportunity for a breaking news reporter to join our newsroom in Sydney.

In this role you will write breaking news stories, interviews and backgrounders to tight, rolling deadlines. You will generate interesting original content and cover stories in innovative ways including social, video and interactive reports. You will run a live blog, interact with readers, make contacts and develop story areas.

This role will suit a skilled reporter with experience writing news, comment, features and punchy copy in a fast-changing and pressurised news environment, preferably on a news website. The successful candidate will have a good knowledge and understanding of domestic and international current affairs and media law, familiarity and ease with social media, the ability to generate fresh ideas and angles and produce high-quality stories under pressure, excellent writing, communication and interpersonal skills and a strong news sense. Video, audio and live blogging experience is highly desirable.

For more information please view the job description here.

To apply for this position, please upload your résumé (maximum three pages) plus covering letter as one document. In your covering letter please outline the following:

· Motivation for applying for the role and why you think you are suitable
· Why you are looking to leave or have left your current/past position

This role is being offered on a full-time, 12-month contract basis, working over a seven-day roster with early starts and/or late finishes.
POSTED 21/06/17
Technical Editor - Blackmores
In this role you will be responsible for the contribution, editing, focus and presentation of all marketing documents and BioCeuticals print and digital publications including but not limited to: Product catalogues, seminar materials, FX Medicine magazine, Technical Education Brochures, Advertisements, Monographs, InFocus/dealsheets and product websites.

To be successful you will be able to demonstrate:

• Validating references from written material submitted by consultant writers
• Responsible for final sign off on all technical components of publication documents
• Commission consultant writers, and/or prepare, rewrite and edit copy to improve readability
• Read copy / proof to detract and correct errors, spelling and grammar
• Copywriting of promotional articles, media statements, copy for company/brand websites and other editorial work as required.
• Edit updates of the company product manual
• Write/compile/edit updates of company product websites and digital collateral
POSTED 21/06/17
What you will know about Bauer Media Australia is our brands - The Australian Women's Weekly, Woman's Day, OK!, Australian House & Garden, Wheels, Gourmet Traveller and many, many more. What you may not know is that we are a diverse, fast moving, constantly evolving multi–platform media business with over 1500 people, all bringing their passion and creativity together in order to produce great products that inspire others.

Woman’s Day is Australia’s biggest selling weekly magazine, read by around 1.3 million readers every week. From royals to recipes, the brand has been delivering the ultimate escape for Australian women for 70 years.

The opportunity

Due to internal promotion, we have a rare vacancy for an experienced and passionate Foreign Editor who is dedicated to seeking out the next big cover story.

Are you an experienced entertainment journalist or editor looking to make the next move? Are you glued to any screen or magazine for the latest craze, split or hook up in Hollywood? Do you crave photos of the Royals at home and abroad?

You’ll be responsible for the writing, researching and implementation of multiple foreign Hollywood and royal stories which speak to the interests of our readership and grow the magazine circulation and profitability of this iconic brand. This is a key leadership role, reporting to and pitching ideas to the Editor In Chief. It enjoys accountability for the cover story and international exposure.
POSTED 21/06/17
What you will know about Bauer Media Australia is our brands - The Australian Women's Weekly, Woman's Day, NW, Australian House & Garden, Wheels, Gourmet Traveller and many, many more. What you may not know is that we are a diverse, fast moving, constantly evolving multi–platform media business whose people bring their passion and creativity together in order to produce great products that inspire others.

Cosmopolitan is the world’s most successful magazine for young women who join our conversations on topics ranging from fashion and beauty to relationships and body image.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to join the Cosmo team as the News and Entertainment Editor. You’ll work closely with the Features Director to secure cover-worthy zeitgeist and entertainment stories for the magazine. You’ll research, interview talent and write features and news for the magazine and work closely with celebrity agents and PR contacts to secure cover shoots and interviews.

With access to the hottest new shows, releases and reality TV talent, this is an exciting role for someone who lives and breathes entertainment. If you can’t wait for The Bachelorette to start and you’re obsessed with the latest celebrity skin secrets, this is the role for you!
POSTED 21/06/17
Mumbrella - Bespoke Editor
Mumbrella is looking for an innovative, highly motivated and autonomous Bespoke Editor.

Reporting to the publisher, Mumbrella Live and Bespoke, and working alongside the editorial, event, commercial and marketing teams, you’ll help plan and deliver the content for Mumbrella’s paid content division, Mumbrella Bespoke.

This is an opportunity to work with a highly respected, fast-moving publisher to help deliver the content for a key part of the business. Your expertise and insights will be highly valued as we continue to evolve in an ever-changing publishing world.


Working proactively with the publisher, Mumbrella Live and Bespoke, and the sales team to generate and deliver paid/sponsored content opportunities
Helping to deliver against revenue targets
Writing and commissioning articles, pictures, video and audio and managing these digital assets
Being responsible for final output of paid/sponsored content and native advertising including copy-editing and writing captions, headlines and standfirsts
Managing production schedules and ensuring deadlines are hit
Curating content for Bespoke client events and assisting with client-presented content at Mumbrella events
Cultivating and managing editorial and commercial relationships
Playing an active role in developing and responding to client briefs. Project managing these from commission and production through to completion
Staying on top of emerging commercial trends and opportunities in paid content
Any other duties as required
POSTED 21/06/17
Neighbourhood (Sydney)
We will reply to all pitches and submissions, but it might take us a while. Pitches can simply be written in the body of an email. In the case of draft submissions, please follow the guidelines below.

Draft submissions should be emailed as an attachment to, with the word “submission” somewhere in the subject. If you are submitting more than one piece of work, please send each piece in a separate document.
Your submission should be in an easy-to-read, 12pt font (such as Avenir, Arial or Times New Roman). Text should be left justified, and paragraphs should be double spaced.
In the header of your document, please include your name, email, phone number and the title of your piece.
In your email, make it clear which section of NEIGHBOURHOOD you are writing for. See below for a guide to each of the sections. (N.B. The word limits below are for the print edition. For online contributions word limits are much more flexible if the piece calls for it.)
Local stories told by unique voices, providing big-picture context and a genuine feel for neighbourhood concerns.
200-500 words

A full page dedicated to fast fiction, prose or poetry that captures local life and spirit, with an original illustration to match.
Must fit on a half page.

Investigative journalism, personal essays, inventive features & interviews.
1000-1200 words

Previews, reviews, and interviews across the arts: what’s going on?
200-400 words

Travel, journeys and history from at home and abroad. Flexible word count (online only).

Local stories and experiences from chefs and culinary institutions around the neighbourhood.
Nominations welcome: please email with the subject line ‘The Local Suggestion’

A portrait of a neighbour at home near you.
Nominations welcome: please email with the subject line ‘Next Door Suggestion’
POSTED 21/06/17
Relationship Manager - Diversity
We are looking for someone who is passionate and has experience of diverse practice within the arts and cultural sector. We need someone who excels at building relationships, influencing and advocacy, as well as having a strong commitment to increasing diversity within the arts and cultural sector.
In this cross cutting, role you will work with and support a portfolio of funded organisations. This will include monitoring performances against business plans, funding agreements with Arts Council England and artistic and cultural work.
You will need an understanding of how arts and cultural organisations are run, planning, financial reporting, performance management and governance.
You will also give funding advice for Grants for the Arts and other strategic funds, and support individuals and organisations to develop their applications.
Internally, you will work with and support a wide range of colleagues, sharing your knowledge and expertise of diverse practice. This role will work across the South East area and we are open to candidates who wish to be based in either Brighton or Cambridge.
This is an excellent opportunity to join Arts Council England and develop a broad and strategic perspective of the arts and culture sector both in the South East and nationally.
POSTED 21/06/17