With our first development in Clifton Hill well underway and due for completion mid-year, and another exciting project in the pipeline, Assemble is entering a new chapter with an innovative development model focused on improving housing affordability.
To help lead the brand in this new direction, we are now looking for the next Communications Assistant at Assemble. This is a stellar opportunity to join the Assemble team and contribute towards the professional, commercial and cultural success of the firm and the positive change it seeks to make in the world, as we go deeper into building the culture of living closer together.
The Communications Assistant position involves supporting and assisting the following workstreams with support and direction from the Head of Community in collaboration with the Assemble team as outlined below:
The qualities and skills required for the position include:
Passionate about Assemble’s vision and ethos
An enthusiastic contributor to a positive workplace culture
Passion for the built environment
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to maintain absolute confidentiality regarding all sensitive information and intellectual property
Working knowledge of social media (Facebook, Instragram, LinkedIn, etc.)
Working knowledge of the Adobe creative suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
If you are interested in the role, please send your CV to Abbie Freestone – afreestone[at] assembleprojects.com.au. A position description will be provided to suitable candidates upon receipt of your application.
Where: Love what Assemble is all about? Then you could be our next Communications Assistant!
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