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Community Liaison OfficerChandler Macleod
Chandler Macleod is partnering with candidates and clients alike to unleash their full potential. Successfully working with leading operations throughout Australia, the team at Chandler Macleod is actively sourcing and placing candidates in the right roles using our 'Best Fit Methods' The Chandler Macleod group are searching for a Community Liaison Officer on a casual contract to commence October 2021 until end of June 2022, with possibility to extend. Location: Kimba SA About the role As an Community Liaison Officer (CLO) reporting to the Manager, Community Engagement, you will: Contribute to the public engagement, communications, and local administration of the NRWMF project Develop and foster productive working relationships with community stakeholders in the Kimba region Respond to enquiries from the public (drop-ins, phone calls, emails) seeking general project information, and manage a calendar and record of these activities Travel as required, generally not beyond Eyre Peninsula, Adelaide, or Canberra The key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to: Support the members of the Kimba Consultative Committee, (and its successor the Regional Consultative Committee) with administrative and secretariat skills such as organising meetings, minute/note taking, and processing invoices Alongside the Site Supervisor, manage the presence of contractors and other visitors in in Kimba and on-site (when the identified site is acquired) Seek opportunities to provide information about the project throughout the Kimba District and the wider Eyre Peninsula region Be able to liaise with community members to collect and produce content for social media and the community newsletter Conduct other ad hoc tasks as required, such as general administrative support, financial record keeping for the office, and support the development of social media content Our ideal candidate The successful applicant will have: Tertiary qualifications or demonstrable experience in communications, marketing, community and stakeholder engagement (or similar) would be seen as an advantage Excellent communication skills, and an ability to be client-focused and approachable to all members of the Kimba community, regardless of their views on the project, to provide information about the project in a professional and independent manner Excellent networking abilities, with established contacts across the Kimba District (and more broadly on the Eyre Peninsula) and evidence of being an active member of the Kimba community (such as through participation in local groups/associations) are highly desirable Knowledge of Work Health and Safety practices and the principles of equal employment opportunity, ethical practice, and diverse workplaces A valid Class C drivers licence All successful applicants will be required to provide an explanation of how your skills, knowledge and experience will be relevant to the role (limit your response to between to 500 words) Please note:....