22 July 2014 — Online community engagement firm Bang The Table has an opening for a relationship-focused account manager to be based in its Melbourne office. Experience in communications and stakeholder engagement is a must for the position, which is a new one created in response to a dramatic growth in the number of projects the firm is undertaking.
BtT director Crispin Buttriss told The Fifth Estate the company is expanding both the client relationship side of the business and software development team, which is also seeking talent to add an office at Bangalow in NSW.
“BtT is by far the leading supplier of online community engagement software to local and state government agencies in Australia and we are putting the pieces in place to get much more active in international markets,” he said.??“We have around 100 consultations running at the moment for agencies across Australia. Among them, we’re hosting a national conversation for Australia Post about the future of postal services in Australia, a story gathering project for Newcastle City Council, and the NT government is asking people to talk about ways to develop the north.”
Litoria Consulting in Brisbane have a position available for an ecologist to assist with the delivery of projects from small scale developments through to large scale strategic planning across both botanical and zoological fields.
City of Port Phillip in Victoria is looking to appoint a senior project manager, climate change and sustainability to lead and deliver Council’s Climate Adaptation Plan and support and deliver key projects for the Toward Zero Sustainable Environment Strategy.
City of Yarra has a position available for a strategic transport coordinator. Reporting to the manager of sustainability and strategic transport, the successful applicant will be taking the lead in project managing strategic transport projects and assist with the development of strategic partnerships to deliver sustainable transport solutions.
The Environment Centre NT and COOLMob is looking for a full-time communications officer to be based at the ECNT’s Darwin office. The role will involve revitalising and maintaining communications platforms, including digital, working with campaigners to deliver messaging, public profile development, media liaison and online content management.