POSITION: Digital Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Alex Crerar, 31st August 2022

Digital Marketing and Communications Coordinator, SYD

  • Competitive remuneration
  • Permanent Full-Time Contract
  • Sydney location, other locations and virtual/hybrid work arrangements will be considered



The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) is a leading member based, for purpose organisation. We provide programs and services that aim to strengthen over 450 community radio, local and independent media organisations.

With over five million listeners each week, community radio plays a vital role in providing a voice for multicultural, First Nations and other underrepresented groups, as well as supporting independent and emerging musicians, and communities not adequately serviced by other media services.


CBAA is seeking to engage a developing talent in marketing and communications.

This is an exciting opportunity to utilise your digital marketing and communication expertise accompanied by your interpersonal skills to work with a huge variety of independent local radio stations that tell inspiring stories for diverse Australian audiences and promote Australian music.

You will be the key to implementing CBAA's exciting plans to promote the history of community radio during the 50th Anniversary of the sector and to launch and implement a new brand strategy.

  • Implement the 2022-23 Marketing and Communications Strategy
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to deliver the updated brand architecture
  • Prepare and circulate internal and external communications
  • Market CBAA's products and services to our members
  • Relevant tertiary degree or equivalent work experience
  • Previous experience in a marketing role; digital marketing skills
  • Campaign development and implementation skills
  • A passion for writing and sharing stories
  • Strong computer literacy and willingness to use/learn to use a range of online tools (Salesforce, Pardot, Xero, Creative Cloud, Canva, Wordpress, Slack, MS Office suite etc.)
  • Organisation, attention to detail and accuracy
  • Interest in and/or familiarity with community broadcasting, media industry, independent news and Australian music
  • Experience within not-for-profit, community based, and/or membership-based organisations.

If you are seeking an opportunity to make an impact in an organisation that makes a real difference, this is the role for you.


CBAA has a policy of inclusion and we welcome and encourage applications from First Nations people, people from a diversity of genders, cultures, linguistic backgrounds, abilities and experiences.

The position is envisaged as full-time and flexible working arrangements, including other locations and virtual / hybrid work arrangements, will be considered for the right candidate.

Please submit your resume (max 3 pages) and a cover letter (max 2 pages) addressing the essential success profile criteria and reason for your application to Head of Advocacy and Communications via Seek / Ethical Jobs. Successful applicants will be contacted for interview.

Please note that there is no formal closing date for this role. Early applications are strongly encouraged, and suitable candidates may be shortlisted for an interview as applications are received.

If you have any questions or would like to have a confidential discussion about this role, please email jobs@cbaa.org.au using the subject line: Digital Marketing and Communications Coordinator enquiry via EthicalJobs.

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