Job ID: 16846
* Engage the hearts and minds of the country
* Use your multimedia / story telling skills to improve outcomes for vulnerable children and young people
The Ministry for Vulnerable Children, Oranga Tamariki is the new Ministry that supports the vulnerable children and young people in New Zealand. Oranga Tamariki works to advance the wellbeing and positive long-term outcomes of children and young people. In everything we do, the wellbeing and best-interests of children are paramount. The voices of children and young people underpin the design and operation of our services.
About the role:
This is a unique position. You will be tasked with creating on-brand content that touches the hearts and minds of New Zealanders and motivates them to take actions to support children and young people.
You’ll be telling our story – educating the public about the things we do, why we do it and the journey we’re on.
Through the stories you’ll tell, more and more New Zealanders will join us on our journey - ensuring NZ’s tamariki thrive.
Skills and experience:
To excel in this role you will be a technical expert in the ideation and production of multimedia content. You will have experience in:
* Producing quick turn-around, short format meme worthy video content
* The ideation, creation and distribution of original content that has achieved a very large organic reach and led to free media coverage
* Social media management
* Child / youth centred organisations or content production
You will be creative and full of ideas and drive.
What we offer
We offer a dedicated and supportive team, flexible work options and the opportunity to apply your skills and experience to the wellbeing of vulnerable Tamariki.
If you want to be part of changing the way New Zealand supports our most vulnerable please apply now.
How to apply
Internal Oranga Tamariki Employees – please apply through your myHR portal at work. This will ensure that your myHR employee profile is visible as internal candidate.
All external applicants including MSD employees please apply through the apply button and upload your CV and cover letter to our applicant tracking system. Please note all applications must be made online. If this is not possible or if you have any questions please contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close: Friday 20 October
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