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MH ECO Toolkit Marketing and Promotion Officer

An exciting opportunity to be involved in the marketing and promotion of a experience-based research tool within the mental health field.

MH ECO Toolkit Marketing and Promotion Officer – Part time

Fixed Term (4 months / end of June)

0.4 EFT position, two days per week

Location: Abbotsford

Tandem is the peak body representing mental health carers across Victoria and within Australia. The Carer Research and Evaluation Unit (CREU) is a small team within the Network which aims to ensure consumer and carer participation in research and systems change in the mental health sector. It is innovative and creative in approach and committed to strong partnership with consumer groups and other stakeholders.

As part of this team you will be assisting the Principal Researcher with the marketing and promotion of the MH ECO toolkit which contains research tools necessary for the implementation of the Mental Health Experience Co-design (MH ECO) quality improvement methodology. Main responsibilities include investigating how similar products are published, promoted and costed; assisting in the development of a marketing and promotion plan for the toolkit; assisting in the development of the toolkit in the media that are selected for its publication; and assisting in establishing product costing, purchase/payment method and administrative requirements of delivery.

Essential to success in the role will be your high level of experience in marketing and promotion, highly developed communication and interpersonal skills including written and verbal skills, experience in the health sector and working with government, and demonstrated ability in online environments.

Knowledge of the mental health sector would be an advantage.

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Applications addressing the selection criteria should be emailed to: 

Applications close:  7th March, 2014

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