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The EFFA team is always looking out for enthusiastic, film-loving, enviro-conscious people to join our team and help us to make a difference.

If you like the idea of working for a non-profit volunteer organisation, and have skills in film, marketing, operations or community engagement, let us know via info@effa.org.au. 

Current VOLUNTEER opportunities

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR

EFFA is looking for a creative thinker with an innovative approach to marketing and communications. This role will work with the Festival Director to develop, execute and manage marketing and ticket sales campaigns, digital marketing initiatives, corporate communications, media and PR. Relevant qualifications and experience essential.

ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Write engaging copy for media releases, create eDMs and update the EFFA website

  • Help create a ticket sales promotions and marketing plan, and undertake industry outreach to generate cross-promotional opportunities

  • Help devise marketing strategies and tools to support impact / awareness raising campaigns

  • Create EFFA’s ticketing pages on the ACMI website

  • Support fundraising initiatives via marketing and communications

  • Assist with developing the print program

  • Assist in identifying sponsorship and partnership opportunities

  • Develop robust digital analytics reporting, using data to create more targeted and effective content

  • Identify proactive PR opportunities with the Festival Director, driving increased awareness of EFFA amongst film enthusiasts, environmental groups and the general public.

Applications for this volunteer position are open until 9am Monday 18 March, 2019.

Please read the position description and then apply by submitting your CV and cover letter responding to the key selection criteria outlined in the PD to Brooke Daly, EFFA Festival Director, at brooke@effa.org.au.

SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR

Are you a highly creative thinker who is passionate about working in the social media space? This role will work with the Festival Director to develop, execute and manage social media content and plans which raise the profile of EFFA and the issues it addresses, and which support marketing, impact and ticket sales campaigns.

A strategic thinker, you will also enjoy working at a hands-on level, taking prime responsibility for posting content across each of EFFA’s social media platforms. Relevant qualifications and experience are essential.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Take ownership of developing and posting content across all social platforms with input from the Festival Director, including paid advertising

  • Develop a social media campaign to support ticket sales and festival promotion

  • Help devise social media strategies/campaigns to support impact/awareness raising campaigns

  • Identify and deliver digital and video content ideas to help promote EFFA ticket sales in the lead up to the festival, and to leverage speakers and other initiatives during the festival

  • Live tweet from EFFA events, where relevant, with a particular focus on panel discussions

  • Develop digital analytics reporting, using data to create more targeted and effective content.

Applications for this volunteer position are open until 9am Monday 18 March, 2019.

Please read the position description and then apply by submitting your CV and cover letter responding to the key selection criteria outlined in the PD to Brooke Daly, EFFA Festival Director, at brooke@effa.org.au.

FUNDRAISING & DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

As a 100% volunteer-run organisation, EFFA’s ability to identify and attract funding via fundraising, philanthropic giving, grants, and sponsorships and partnerships is critical. This newly-created role will play a pivotal role in identifying new income streams to support the growth of EFFA, providing an opportunity to create a lasting legacy for the organisation during an exciting time of change.  

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Create and implement a Development Plan for EFFA, researching and applying for new sources of income including via sponsorship, philanthropy, grants, bequests and campaigns

  • Create and maintain a calendar of grants, including trust and foundation and government grants, which are relevant to EFFA (with a focus on environmental, arts and cultural, events and educational grants)

  • Write and submit grant applications/acquittals with the assistance of the Festival Director

  • Identify ways to maximise fundraising opportunities at EFFA’s annual fundraising event, and to encourage giving throughout the year

  • Help source sponsorship and advertising leads.

Applications for this volunteer position are open until 9am Monday 18 March, 2019.

Please read the position description and then apply by submitting your CV and cover letter responding to the key selection criteria outlined in the PD to Brooke Daly, EFFA Festival Director, at brooke@effa.org.au.