Website Programming Officer
Full time, contract role based in Hobart
- Flexible working arrangements with options for some remote working
- Enjoy a competitive salary, generous annual leave, international engagement and lots more
The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), an intergovernmental organisation based in Hobart, Tasmania, invites applications for the position of full time, 10 month fixed term Website Programming Officer.
This exciting position will assist the Communications Manager in managing CCAMLR's website redesign, including developing the data hub and the Compliance section of the website. The position will also perform web maintenance tasks.
In joining our team as the Website Programming Officer, you will play a crucial role in the production of an efficient and responsive redesigned website with accurate, appropriate and coordinated content that provides a single corporate message. The position will work closely with other Secretariat staff and you will operate under broad, general guidance and will be expected to perform complex work activities with a moderate degree of autonomy.
What does it take to impress us?
You will have or be progressing towards a relevant tertiary qualification or have at least 3 years' experience working as a Website Programming Officer using Drupal. If you have had experience working with multilingual websites, then we definitely wish to hear from you!
And how can we impress you?
A promise that you'll be working in an engaging environment that thrives on unlimited imagination and innovation. Plus, flexible working arrangements, generous annual leave, and lots more!
If you're looking to make your mark in a role where you get to work with people from different cultures and backgrounds and are wanting an adventure, then what are you waiting for?
Upload your CV and, via the supplemental documents area, attach a cover letter along with a statement addressing the criteria marked as essential in the qualifications, experience and technical skills areas outlined in the position description.
If you need further information regarding this position please contact Angie McMahon, Human Resources Officer, on + 61 3 6210 1140
To be eligible for this role you must already have the right to work in Australia and be a national of a country which is specifically listed as a Member of CCAMLR - you can review the list via the link below