Project Manager Communications Council

Tuesday 19 November 2019

Project Manager | Communications Council Sydney

The Communications CouncilRole
Level Executive
Reports to: Professional Development Manager
Status: 3 days per week

Job Type: Permanent Part-Time
Salary: $80k FTE incl. super
Start date: January 2020

Location: Sydney

Role Overview
The Communications Council (TCC) is looking for a Project Manager to help with the coordination of AWARD School as well as other professional development programmes powered by TCC.

TCC is the peak professional non-profit industry body representing companies in the Australian advertising industry. It is committed to raising the professional standards of Australia's commercial creativity industry. The TCC Professional Development (PD) portfolio offers online, residential and classroom training opportunities through its AdSchool, AWARD School and IPA curricula.

The Project Manager (PM) is part of the team that delivers professional support across our programmes.

This role involves regular interaction with participants, potential participants and member agencies, requiring a high level of professionalism and excellent communications skills.

Role Objective
To support the Professional Development Manager (PDM) in the delivery of world-class training programmes that champion commercial creativity and raise the professional standards of the industry.

Key Responsibilities
  • AWARD School:
    • Assist PDM with confirming speakers, tutors, student groups and judges.
    • General admin assistance including invoicing, chasing payments and distribution of student kits (nationally)
    • Create and maintain platforms associated with AWARD School
    • Support State Managers in VIC, WA, QLD and SA via comms and collateral.
    • Assist PDM with end-to-end event management of Monday night lectures, judging nights, folio night and graduation night
    • Collate promotional content for 2021 purposes
  • Other
    • Maintain course databases, financials and online enrolments, as required
    • Maintain course websites/content and social media marketing/communications, as required
    • Assist with sales and answer enquiries – phone and email
    • Take on other assigned duties or tasks as required by the business
Skills, experience and education required
  • Minimum 5 years of experience working in an events/administration-related role.
  • Knowledge of both PC and MAC operating systems as well as database management.
  • High-level experience using Microsoft Office - Excel, Word etc.
  • Ability to remain calm under pressure and maintain a positive can-do attitude.
  • Ability to take initiative and problem solve.
  • High-level communication skills (both written and verbal).
  • High-level attention to detail.
  • Ability to juggle multiple tasks and work to deadlines.
  • Willingness to work outside of normal business hours.
  • Adept in public speaking with presentation skills.
Desired experience (but not essential):
  • Advertising/Industry Body/Training employment experience
  • Knowledge and experience in using Google platforms (Google Drive / Google Sheets / Google Docs etc.).
How to apply
Applications close Friday 6th December 2019.
Please email both a cover letter addressing the selection criteria and your CV to the Professional Development Manager.

Simone Goldstein

All applications will be treated in confidence.
You must have the right to work in Australia.