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Social Jobs: 11 July 2012

July 11, 2012

Melbourne

Social Media Manager – University of Melbourne $85,569 – $92,618 plus 17% super
Social Media Content Coordinator – Connect Pink (Fairfax Media) $60,000 – $65,000
Head of Digital and Social Media – Haystac
Digital Marketing Officer – Moonee Valley City Council 3 days per week $51,777 – $55,314 (pro rata)
Digital Marketing Manager – Trader (ACP Magazines)
Product Manager – Social Media – Sensis $110,000 – $120,000
Head of Digital Strategy and Innovation – Southern Cross Austereo
Social Media Manager, Content and Community – Through recruiter

Sydney

Graduate Social Media Coordinator – through recruiter
Social Media and PR Coordinator – Luxury product and perfume $55,000
Social Media Specialist – Online company $80,000 plus super
Digital and Social Media Manager – Brand Marque 30 hours per week $40,000 – $55,000
Social Media Manager – ING Direct
Social Media Team Leader – Woolworths Supermarkets
Social Media Campaign Executive – Reach Local $40,000 – $50,000
Online Marketing Manager – through recruiter $90,000 – $100,000
PR Fashion, Public Relations & Social Media – Fossil
Social Media Advisor – Luxury brand
Social Media Community Manager – Microsoft
Digital Strategist – The White Agency
Digital Community Manager – Y&R Brands
Community Manager – Max Media
Social Media Strategist – through recruiter
PR and Social Media – FMCG – Boutique Agency

Brisbane

Marketing Media and Online Coordinator – The Outdoor Furniture Specialists
Communications and Social Media Specialist – through recruiter $70,000 plus super
Digital Marketing Coordinator – Travel and tourism industry
Digital Marketing Specialist – Onetest
Digital Marketing Advisor – Allianz

Perth

Brand Agency Leadership Role – Three Clicks Red
Social Media Strategist – Australian Children’s Trust
Online Marketing and Communications Manager – through recruiter
Social Media Coordinator – Boutique recruitment agency

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  1. July 18, 2012 9:36 am

    No Adelaide jobs? Why am I not surprised (sigh)… Adelaide is still in the 1980s in many respects.

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