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Event Associates (Melbourne based)

Role description: Events and initiatives are the cornerstone of AAP. EAs play a key role in the entire events process, from ideating to planning and execution. They will work closely with the Events Director to ensure that our events run smoothly and seamlessly.

Key tasks include:

  • Proactively identifying event opportunities that fit our mission to empower ABCs
  • Scoping and executing event planning
  • Fulfilling on-the-ground logistics such as collecting prizing, scoping out venues, building relationships with venue managers
  • Running events during events nights, ensuring event objectives are met
  • Assisting the Events Director as necessary

Ideally, you have:

  • Knowledge of planning and running events
  • Self driven creativity to drive events forward successfully 
  • A passion and enthusiasm for exploring the Asian Australian identity and community 

Time commitment: up to 2-3 hours per week

Interested? Email hello@asianaustralianproject.com with your CV and an outline of why you would suit the role. 


Marketing Associate

Role description: MA’s are part of a crucial team in AAP that are responsible in helping plan and execute marketing projects related to the AAP’s events and content.They work closely with our Marketing Director and events team to promote and maintain AAP’s social media presence and ensure our events reach our target audience across multiple platforms.

Key tasks include:

  • Planning, creating and executing marketing material across social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn)
  • Working with the Marketing Director to determine future marketing strategy and direction
  • Conducting research and data analysis to optimise our marketing reach and effectiveness – reporting
  • Working closely with the events and management teams to help grow the scope of AAP and develop new exciting initiatives.

Ideally, you’ll have:

  • Background in marketing, media, communications and/or public relations
  • Knowledge about Asian Australian news/organisations/initiatives/events or willingness to research the area.
  • An understanding of the media landscape specifically Facebook, Instagram LinkedIn and Twitter
  • A sound understanding of marketing techniques, customer behavior, and market research methods.
  • Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills – (written and verbal)
  • A passion and enthusiasm for exploring the Asian Australian identity and community

Time commitment: up to 2-3 hours per week

Interested? Email hello@asianaustralianproject.com with your CV and an outline of why you would suit the role. 


Communications Officer

Role description:

Communications Officer will support AAP’s internal and external communications strategy. Will act as a spokesperson for AAP in responding to inquiries from the public and media. And will be working closely with the Marketing Director in furthering AAP’s reputation by establishing and maintaining effective relationships through partnership and collaboration opportunities.

Key tasks:

  • Proactively identifying media opportunities that fit our mission to empower ABCs
  • Being responsible for AAP’s external facing communications 
  • Keeping up to date with Asian Australian news/organisations/initiatives/events
  • Reaching out to other organisations and initiatives with similar causes to cross promote content 
  • Marketing AAP content through our online platforms when needed
  • Manage partnership and collaboration requests  
  • Manage our social media and email platforms 
  • Work alongside the Marketing Director to develop a broad media strategy

Ideally, you have:

  • Background in media, communications and/or public relations
  • Knowledge about Asian Australian news/organisations/initiatives/events or willingness to research the area
  • An understanding of the media landscape specifically Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn
  • Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong leadership skills and passion for understanding and working with new people
  • A passion and enthusiasm for exploring the Asian Australian identity and community 
  • Completes tasks in an organised and timely manner

Time commitment: up to 5-6 hours per week

Interested? Email hello@asianaustralianproject.com with your CV and an outline of why you would suit the role.