Job description

WWDA is looking for a Content and Communications officer to help deliver an exciting new project to improve and expand Our Site, a website that was co-designed with women and girls with disabilities across Australia and launched in 2022.

The Content and Communications Officer will work alongside the project director, project officer and wider WWDA team to ensure the smooth running and implementation and successful delivery of this national project.

The Content/Communications Officer is responsible for the production of accessible co-designed content for the expansion and update of Our Site. There are two parts to this important new role, the largest is to develop, source and produce fit for purpose content for Our Site and the other is to promote and share communications on a range of digital and social media platforms to engage our large online audience of women and girls with disabilities throughout the country.

The successful applicant will have the opportunity to be part of a supportive, passionate and dynamic team that will continue to drive the groundbreaking work that WWDA has delivered to the community of women and girls with disabilities in Australia for over 25 years.

The successful candidate will be required to attain a satisfactory National Police check and a Working with Vulnerable Persons/Children check.

Applications provided in other formats due to access requirements will be considered. If you would like information on other formats, further information on the role, or require adjustments to the application process, please contact:

Libbi Cunnington

Project Director: using the subject line: Content and Communications Officer – Our Site SAFE enquiry via EthicalJobs

Or phone or SMS 0448 417 875.

Apply and download the Position Description on the Ethical Jobs website here.