Recfishwest casts out for a communications officer

With 2020 already shaping up to be a bumper year for us with multiple projects on the go, our communications team is busier than ever before.

Consequently, we’re looking to recruit a communications officer to help the Recfishwest team to tell our community about all the work that is being done to create great fishing experiences for all in the WA community.

If you:

  • Are passionate about rec fishing and/or have an appreciation of rec fishing and the drive to create good community outcomes;
  • Are a great communicator, writer and social media gun;
  • Have attained a bachelor’s degree in Media, Public Relations, Journalism and/or Marketing;
  • Have a year’s experience working in the PR/Comms/Media industry;
  • Enjoy working in a small, dynamic team environment; and
  • Pride yourself on your work ethic and your can-do attitude

Then we’d love to hear from you! If this sounds like you – you can find out more about the job and how to apply here.

Closing date: 5pm, 9 February 2020.

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