The FIFA Women's World Cup is the international football competition contested by the senior women’s national teams of the members of Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA).
Football Federation Australia, the governing body of football in Australia, will submit a bid to host the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2023. FFA is building a team to manage the bid of which the Bid Team Digital Intern is a key team member.
Working 2-3 days a week (Monday, Thursday and Friday), the purpose of this role is to assist in driving the communications and content plan across all digital channels and relevant market segments.
Key Areas of Responsibility
- Produce content (e.g. video, editorial and images) in line with the communications strategy
- Manage social media, ensuring there is compelling, interesting and relevant information available to build support for the Bid
- Perform day-to-day campaign activities including, but not limited to, EDM campaign copy writing, set-up/targeting, scheduling, testing, approval and continual optimisation of the EDM channel
- Contribute to the maintenance of data and statistics generated from digital platforms
- Track performance data from campaigns to measure success and incorporate learnings for the future
Knowledge, skills and behaviour required
- Currently undertaking degree in communications, media, marketing or related field;
- Experience in camera, DSLR and digital video cameras, sound equipment and the overall production process;
- Knowledge of one or more video editing software such as Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere;
- Proficient in Adobe Photoshop and other programs in the Adobe Creative Suite;
- Knowledge of women’s football;
- Experience at working both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment;
- Strong written and verbal communications skills;
- Ability to effectively prioritise and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment;
- Strong attention to detail, high standards of integrity, ability to represent FFA interests;
- Positive, success focussed and able to bring humour to the most challenging situations.
FFA People & Culture
FFA’s staff culture is an evolving process of continuous improvement with a consistent passion across the business for growing the game to become Australia’s number 1 sport. FFA’s existing and incoming staff all need to align to the organsiation’s values - People, Collaboration, Integrity, Whole of Game, Unlimited Potential and Excellence. More recently there has been a conscious focus on improving flexibility and work life balance within FFA through the introduction of the FFA People & Work Approach. This allows individuals to develop informal work arrangements to suit their personal situations.
Apply now for this exciting opportunity by sending your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org . Please be specific in the application the role you are applying for by outlining in the email subject.
Only candidates selected for the short list will be contacted in relation to this role. Applications close COB 30 March 2018.