Communications Coordinator


Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board


Mount Barker, SA

Salary etc:

$80,830 - $89,897 p.a. (ASO5) Fixed-term, Full-time up to 30 June 2022



The Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board are seeking a creative communications expert to help develop and deliver the Landscape Board’s communications strategy promoting sustainable landscape management across the Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu region.


The Communications Coordinator is responsible for devloping effective communications processes and generating engaging content for the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board. A primary responsibility will include developing and implementing the board's communications strategy to raise community awareness and support for landscape management. The role coordinates and assists in the management of media liaison, statutory consultations, website development, social media and other communication channels.

Key Role Outcomes

  • The board’s Communications Strategy is developed and implemented, promoting the board’s identity and engagement with the community and achieving the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Plan priorities.
  • High quality and timely public communications of regional landscape issues and the board’s programs and achievements are planned and delivered through a range of communication tactics such as media coverage and content published in owned channels, including the board website and on social media.
  • Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board staff are provided with advice and guidance that enables the development of communication plans and drafting of high-quality, audience-specific communications content.
  • Communication services are delivered concurrently for multiple board projects in a timely and effective manner.
  • Promotional events are effectively planned and/or delivered resulting in increased community awareness and involvement in natural resources management.
  • Communication and engagement activities are monitored and evaluated to increase their effectiveness and impact.

Special Conditions

  • May be required to participate in fire management and associated duties.
  • Position is based in Mount Barker, or in Willunga by negotiation.
  • Current class “C” driver’s licence.
  • May require some intra/interstate travel
  • This role has functions pertaining to working with children and is prescribed under the Child Safety (Prohibited Person) Act 2016 as requiring a Working With Children Check (WWCC). By applying for this role you consent to being screened for appropriate behaviour and to the Board obtaining, or requiring you to obtain a WWCC.

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