Being part of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia means setting the pace, leading the debate, guiding planning and developing policy for the priorities and direction for infrastructure development throughout Australia.
AVAILABLE POSITIONS (3)
Junior Web Developer, Casual
We are looking for an undergraduate to help manage, develop, and maintain our two websites on a casual basis (one to two days per week).
We work with prominent member organisations from the private and public sector across Australia and we are big on delivering exceptional user experiences across our services, including digital platforms.
If you are interested in web development and design, and have experience with WordPress and various scripting languages, we encourage you to apply!
Please send your cover letter, CV and website link to the Head of Digital at [email protected].
Media and Government Relations Specialist
Australia’s leading infrastructure think tank is looking for a media and government relations specialist to join its team of communications professionals. If you are interested in policy advocacy, have experience as a former media advisor in a political office or have worked extensively with political stakeholders, we encourage you to apply.
The successful candidate will support the Director of Communications and Engagement in the development and implementation of public affairs campaigns for major policy releases, help grow Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s relationships with key political stakeholders across Australia, and further expand the organisation’s national and state-based media presence.
Please send a covering letter and CV to the Director of Communications and Engagement at [email protected].
We are recruiting for a Policy Adviser within Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s Policy and Research team. The successful candidate will play a central role in identifying, developing and delivering high-quality advice on infrastructure policies and reforms in Australia and New Zealand, including developing and leading research projects. This role also provides unrivalled opportunities to develop and maintain effective relationships with senior business and public sector leaders, including the members of our Advisory Board.
The successful candidate will have excellent written communication skills, with a proven track record of composing persuasive arguments and editing others’ work, have a strong intuition for problem solving, be comfortable presenting and debating ideas, have great interpersonal skills, strong attention to detail, and a passion for infrastructure.
Please send a covering letter and CV to Human Resources Manager at [email protected].
For further information please contact Isabel Durie, Senior Policy Adviser on 02 9152 6000.
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