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The Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) is Australia’s largest not-for-profit breastfeeding information and support service, providing information and support for more than 80,000 women each year.
Our current vacancies are listed below.
If you would like to know more about one of the roles or working with the Australian Breastfeeding Association please contact the Office Manager.
SEO Specialist - urgent, short term project
ABA is seeking the volunteer support of an SEO Specialist for our new Health Professionals website. This project will be able to be undertaken in a flexible timeframe and is expected to be for approximately 1 month. This role is open to non-members.
- Prior experience in SEO
- Outstanding ability to think creatively and strategically, and identify and resolve problems
- Ability to work within a team and independently
- Experience with Google analytics
- Experience with WordPress
- Set up SEO across all components within the new website
- Writing effective SEO content for blogs, pages and posts on the new site
- Identifying powerful keywords to drive the most valuable traffic
- Writing calls to action to convert visitors
- Filling websites and other content with effective keywords
- Developing link building strategies
- Keeping updated on both white hat and black hat SEO strategies to stay within search engine guidelines
- Educating the broader team on SEO best practice
- Compiling and presenting SEO guidelines
- Submit resume detailing your experience
- Submit a cover letter explaining why you would be a great fit
Email applications to firstname.lastname@example.org with 'SEO' in the subject line ASAP.
Web content manager
This is a volunteer role consisting of up to 10 hours per week.
As websites grow and offer more information, the web content manager is an increasingly vital role - combining organisation and writing skills with the necessary technical knowledge
Web content managers ensure that the content of a website is well-structured, easy to find, meets the needs of its audience by covering all necessary topics, and is kept up to date and accurate. The content you'll manage will include web pages, images, videos, blog posts, guest articles, reviews and occasionally social media and marketing copy.
You'll sometimes produce copy and edit the site yourself, but will normally act as a coordinator, commissioner and project manager, overseeing the publication of work produced by other writers and editors.
You'll be skilled in content management systems (CMS) and will work with others to ensure the ABA website continues to meet the needs of the Association.
The role will consist of:
- variable hours, usually between 5 and 10 hours per week
- regular meetings with website contributors and other stakeholders
- coordinating the work of different web contributors who might have different priorities or ideas. This can be challenging but also a good opportunity to understand the needs of the broader Association.
- input into the future direction of the ABA website
As a web content manager, you'll need to:
- manage the ABA website, working with developers and editors to ensure it is meeting the needs of the Association
- conduct content audits to identify gaps and redundancies in the site content
- create and implement content schedules for people to produce or update content
- publish and edit web copy
- review web analytics data to understand how users interact with our site
- stay knowledgeable about your site's subject area.
Experience and skills required
You don't need a formal qualification to become our web content manager. However hands-on experience in a similar role is essential.
You'll need to be:
- highly organised, with the ability to work on multiple projects at once
- experienced with one or more CMS (ABA use Drupal and Civi CRM)
- a willing and quick learner of new skills
- strategic, and able to oversee large projects and coordinate the work of others
- logical and analytical, with an ability to spot patterns, gaps and repetitions in web content
- able to communicate confidently and clearly with a variety of stakeholders
- preferably knowledgeable about the ABA website's users and needs
How to apply
To make a formal application, please send your resume and a covering letter addressing the experience and skills to Senior Manager Operations Paulina Browitt on email@example.com Please copy in Keith Anderson on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use Web content manager as your subject line.
For further information, call Steve Miller on 0400 989 596.