Work At ACON

Work At ACON

ACON offers a colourful, nurturing and fun workplace.

Our staff and volunteers are the foundation for our ongoing effectiveness. We are committed to our employee’s professional development and engagement – ensuring we build our capabilities with people that have the right values, attitudes, skills and knowledge.

ACON is an EEO employer and encourages people with HIV, in particular, to apply.

For all job details, download the relevant job pack.

How To Apply

How To Apply

1) Download and follow the instructions within the relevant job pack.

2) Download and complete the ACON Employment Application Form

3) Address the selection criteria as outlined in the job pack.

4) Submit a copy of your resume (CV) including referees and cover letter.

5) Email your complete application to vacancy@acon.org.au

Application Checklist

Application Checklist

Before you submit your application, ensure you have the following:

  • Completed ACON Employment Application form
  • Document addressing the selection criteria as outlined in the position description
  • Copy of your resume (CV) including referees
  • Cover letter

 

 

Current Vacancies

Video Content Producer (Campaigns)

ACON is seeking a video all-rounder – with the ability to shoot, direct, produce, edit and animate – to contribute to our social marketing campaigns as well as produce content for social media.

ACON offers a professional, rewarding workplace and the opportunity to deliver work that empowers our communities.

Situated with the Engagement Strategies Unit, the successful candidate will contribute towards large social marketing campaigns as well as produce regular digestible content for social media.  You will be able to work independently and part of a team environment, while also collaborating with relevant internal team members to execute the video production from concept through to completion. The successful candidate must be flexible with willingness and ability to work weekends, evenings and during campaign periods.

This position is located in Surry Hills NSW and is offered on a full-time (35 hours per week) on a one year fixed-term contract with a salary range of $55,000 – $65,000 per annum, commensurate with experience.

Applications close 5 pm, Monday, 24 September 2018.

Download: Video Content Producer (Campaigns) job pack (53kb)

Video Content Producer (Communications)

ACON is seeking a video all-rounder – with the ability to shoot, direct, produce, edit and animate to support our corporate communications.

Situated within the Marketing, Communications and Fundraising Unit, the successful candidate will play a key role in supporting ACON’s corporate communications activities through your ability to develop and implement digital marketing strategies using compelling video content. You will work across ACON to produce engaging videos on our events, news, announcements, and fundraising and marketing campaigns, as well as other corporate and social videos as required.

You will be able to work independently and part of a team environment, while also collaborating with relevant internal team members to execute the video production from concept through to completion. The successful candidate must be flexible with the ability to work weekends, evening and during campaign periods.

This position is located in Surry Hills NSW and is offered on a part time (21 hours per week) one year fixed term contract with a salary range of $55,000 – $65,000 (pro-rata) per annum, commensurate with experience.

Applications close 5 pm, Monday, 24 September 2018.

Download: Video Content Producer (Communications) job pack (53kb)

Regional Manager, Northern Rivers

We’re looking for a committed and experienced senior manager to lead and further extend our services to meet the health needs of our communities in rural and regional NSW.

ACON offers a professional, inclusive and rewarding workplace.

We have a great opportunity for an exceptional manager to use their superior people and project management skills, and their extensive knowledge of the NSW health system, to lead ACON’s services across the Northern Rivers and NSW Mid-North Coast.

ACON is committed to providing our people with opportunities for professional development and growth, a safe and flexible work environment, and the scope to deliver innovative, cutting-edge health programs and services.

Applications close 5pm Wednesday, 26 September 2018.

Download: Regional Manager, Northern Rivers job pack (52kb)

Associate Director, LGBTI Programming and Development

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with proven program development, project management, policy, and research experience.

We have a great opportunity for an exceptional manager to use their superior people and project management skills, and their extensive knowledge of the health and community system, to lead and further extend our health promotion and community development services to meet the health needs of our communities across a range of health needs including; alcohol and other drugs, domestic and family violence, mental health, community inclusion and ageing.

ACON offers a professional, inclusive and rewarding workplace. ACON is committed to providing our people with opportunities for professional development and growth, a safe and flexible work environment, and the scope to deliver innovative, cutting-edge health programs and services.

Applications close 5pm Wednesday, 26 September 2018.

Download: Associate Director, LGBTI Programming and Development job pack (53kb)

Program Manager Pride in Sport, Sydney

Pride in Sport is Australia’s national support program for all aspects of LGBTI inclusion within Australian Sport and the publishers of the world-first Pride in Sport Index; a national benchmarking tool designed to determine and shift practice in this important area of Diversity & Inclusion.  We’re offering a great opportunity for a highly engaged, autonomous and proactive professional with business development, strategy development & execution, relationship management skills and sporting experience (as a either a participant or within sports administration) to head up this unique program responsible for achieving greater levels of LGBTI inclusion within sport.

Our staff are the foundation for our ongoing effectiveness. We are committed to our employee’s professional development and engagement – ensuring we build our capabilities with people that have the right values, attitudes, skills and knowledge.

Applications close midnight Saturday 20th October, 2018

Download: Program Manager, Pride in Sport job pack (53kb)

LGBTIQ Cancer Programs Officer

We have a great opportunity for an organised and enthusiastic person who is committed to increasing breast screening rates in the LGBTIQ community in NSW. Your work will focus on implementing our breast cancer screening promotion campaign, which aims to engage LGBTIQ women via a range of campaign initiatives including activities, events, resource production and social media messaging.

This role requires consistent and effective partnership work with relevant organisations and community groups. The successful applicant will have strong skills in grant administration, resource development, communication strategies, event management and peer education activities.

ACON offers a professional, rewarding workplace and the opportunity to deliver work that empowers our communities. We are committed to providing our team with opportunities for professional development and growth, a safe and flexible work environment, and the scope to deliver innovative, community-targeted health programs and services.

This position is offered full-time (35 hours/wk) on a fixed term contract to 30 June 2019.

Applications close Monday, 8 October 2018.

Download: LGBTIQ Cancer Programs Officer Pack (53kb)

Manager, Community Partnerships and Population Programs

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with proven strategic partnership, project and program management experience.

We have a great opportunity for an exceptional manager to use their superior people and project management skills to lead and further extend our HIV, STI and LGBTIQ health promotion and community development work. To meet the health needs of our communities this role has responsibility across a range of populations including Asian gay men, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander gay men and sistergirls, LGBTIQ women and LGBTIQ people in Western Sydney.

ACON offers a professional, inclusive and rewarding workplace. We are committed to providing our people with opportunities for professional development and growth, a safe and flexible work environment, and the scope to deliver innovative, cutting-edge health programs and services.

Applications close 5pm Monday, 8 October 2018.

Download: Manager, Community Partnerships & Population Programs (54kb)

Coordinator, LGBTIQ Women’s Health Projects

We have a great opportunity for a skilled and experienced program and project manager to deliver ACON’s statewide work with LGBTQI women.

The role coordinates program activity and strategic development to ensure ACON responds appropriately to community need across NSW, including a range of initiatives including peer education, social marketing, community development, communication strategies, online promotion activities and resource development.

The successful applicant will have a strong track record in effectively building and maintaining a range of partnerships, managing competing priorities and delivering projects on time and on budget.

ACON offers a professional, rewarding workplace and the opportunity to deliver work that empowers our communities. ACON is committed to providing our team with opportunities for professional development and growth, a safe and flexible work environment, and the scope to deliver innovative, community-targeted health programs and services.

Applications close Monday, 8 October 2018.

Download: Coordinator LGBTIQ Womens Health Projects (43kb)

 

Find Out More

For more information about ACON recruitment, please contact ACON’s Human Resources Team:
vacancy@acon.org.au
(02) 9206 2000