- April 6 2017
Recruiting: Senior Communications Advisor for the Deep South Challenge based at NIWA
This is an exciting opportunity to apply your communications skills to a critical environmental science challenge facing the nation and be part of a highly regarded Communications team.
NIWA is New Zealand’s leading provider of freshwater, marine and atmospheric research and applied science services and host’s the Deep South National Science Challenge. This is a government-led multi-disciplinary and multi-agency research programme which aims to enable New Zealanders to adapt, manage, and thrive in a changing climate.
You will be responsible for the ongoing review, refinement and delivery of the Challenge’s media and communications strategy in partnership with stakeholders and Challenge parties. You’ll play a key role in managing the brand and reputation of the Challenge.
You will have relevant tertiary qualifications or equivalent industry experience. You will have executed successful communications – including events – for large organisations, be an excellent writer and able to communicate with a wide range of audiences using a variety of channels. Experience working within the science/government sector would be an advantage.
We are offering a competitive remuneration package, free on-site carparking and the opportunity to be part of a professional and supportive team.
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