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Employment

Employment

 

Work with us

Thank you for your interest in working with the Whitlam Institute. Employment opportunities are advertised via the Western Sydney University website and are also posted here as they become available.

 

CURRENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Ref 3589/19, Communications Manager, Whitlam Institute

The Whitlam Institute within Western Sydney University is looking for an experienced communications professional to manage our public affairs, communications and media engagement as part of its Management Team.

We have a great opportunity for an experienced and motivated Communications Manager to join our small team at an exciting time in the development of the Institute and its public programs. The Communications Manager will have: strong leadership and management experience and an ability to build effective teams, high level personal, verbal and written communication skills; strong strategic and analytic skills; professional experience in media, marketing and/or publicity and in the design and delivery high quality communications; a good understanding of the Australian political landscape; and an ability to work effectively with a wide range of people and interests.

Applications close 8:30pm, 13 August 2019.

Find out more and apply here.

Ref 1948/18 Eligibility List for Casual Civics Education Workshop Facilitators

Through our Civics program we aim to empower young people to constructively participate as citizens today who understand their rights and responsibilities as students, community members, Australians and citizens of the world. We have a great opportunity for facilitators looking to deliver these education workshops on a casual basis. Find out more or apply here. 

 

INTERNSHIPS

If you would like to enquire about an internship with the Whitlam Institute please email info@whitlam.org.

 

VOLUNTEERS

Find out more about volunteering with the Whitlam Institute here.

 

E.G. Whitlam Research Fellowship 2018

Applications now closed for the E.G. Whitlam Research Fellowship 2018.