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Communications Manager, Adelaide, Australian Taxation Office

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178220156
100 AU$
Communications Manager, Adelaide, Australian Taxation Office
Australia, South Australia, Adelaide,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Communications manager
Min. Salary: 80.000


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About us

At the ATO, you’ll do work you can’t do anywhere else. Work that is meaningful, diverse and challenging. We do work that makes a real difference to the lives of Australians - work that might take you somewhere unexpected.

We’re building a leading tax and superannuation administration known for contemporary service, expertise and integrity.

We have a vibrant, inclusive and client-focused culture. We celebrate and champion diversity to reflect the community we serve.

About the role

As a Communications Manager, in our ATO Corporate business area, you’ll work as part of a team developing and implementing communication strategies aligned to the ATO’s corporate objectives.

Your duties

•\tImplement, evaluate and lead strategic development to deliver tactics and messaging

•\tTranslate business objectives into effective and meaningful communication programs

•\tProvide specialist advice on marketing and communication opportunities and solutions

•\tCollaborate with partners to identify and analyse risks and consider alternative communication strategies

Skills and experience

•\tExtensive experience in strategic communication, campaigns and advertising, social media or public relations

•\tInfluential communicator who can negotiate and provide well-articulated advice

•\tProblem solver who engages, builds and sustains relationships with business partners

•\tExpert written skills in a range of voices, tones and mediums

Benefits

•\tAttractive superannuation contributions of 15.4%

•\tAward-winning and highly professional organisation

•\tContemporary workspaces and technology

•\tLearning and development opportunities

You must be an Australian citizen to work with the ATO.

People with disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.

Does this sound like you?

If this sounds like you, we encourage you to click “Apply”. Don’t forget to mention you applied through SEEK on your application.

Find out more information about us on our careers page at www.ato.gov.au/careers  


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    Communication Managers are in charge of overseeing all internal and external communications for a company, ensuring its message is consistent and engaging. Also known as a Communications Director, their main duties include preparing detailed media reports, press releases, and marketing materials.


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