Communications Support

  • AnxietyNZ
  • Hybrid (Auckland, New Zealand)
  • Mar 13, 2024
Full-Time, Part-Time Marketing, Communications and Media

Job Description

Are you an experienced communications professional looking for your next opportunity?

Do you thrive on getting to tell the story of hardworking for-purpose organizations making a real difference in Aotearoa?

Then please read on!

We are open to part-time or full-time, dependent on the candidate. We offer a hybrid working situation (our clinic is in St Luke's Auckland). Check us out at www.anxiety.org.nz 

Anxiety NZ has been providing mental wellbeing since 1980. We support thousands of people every year through clinical services, a free 24/7 national 0800 ANXIETY helpline and community education (including a brand-new online course supporting mental wellbeing called Empowered).

We need someone special to come onboard and help us to craft our messaging and execute our communications strategy. Working with the Programme Manager, and alongside a small but passionate team you’ll be involved in, or responsible for:

  • Developing and implementing a strategic communications plan
  • Planning, developing, and executing all communications (including social media, newsletters, website content, annual report, EDMs and more)
  • Managing and maintaining all content, materials, and messaging for all campaigns (you’ll get to dip your toe into the digital fundraising space and be in charge of all collateral)
  • Supporting Community Education projects

You’ll see the direct impact of your work when our communications KPIs increase, and more people know about us and support our work (donations increase).

H&S mention: Anxiety NZ has a friendly on-site cat named Smokey 

You will have direct experience in a similar role (at least three years), when you apply, please include links to your work and/or samples.

You will also ideally bring:  

  • Strong writing skills and the ability to craft compelling communications – tailored to the right audience.
  • Exceptional attention to detail 
  • Proficiency with social media, Canva, CRMs, websites, and email marketing platforms 
  • Strong organisational skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities.
  • The confidence to build relationships and engage with key stakeholder groups.
  • Understanding of, or willingness to learn, best practice around accessibility, diversity, the portrayal of mental health in the media and Te Tiriti o Waitangi

Organisation

Anxiety New Zealand Trust

Job Summary

Experienced Communications Person in the Mental Health For-Purpose Space - part time, one year role!

Salary

$30 - $35 an hour/62,400-72,800 pro rata

How to apply

Please email your cover letter and C.V to Melissa at:

MelissaR@anxiety.org.nz

Sector

Not for Profit

Cause (Sustainable Development Goals)

Good Health and Wellbeing

Job Description (PDF)