Love comms, feminism and volunteering?

We’re currently looking for a volunteer Communications Coordinator.

This is a volunteer position, estimated at up to five hours per week, from August 2019 for an initial period of six months, with the option to continue for another six months.

The Communications Coordinator plays a key role in contributing to and rolling out FWF’s communications strategy, including relaunch of the FWF website, and initiating communications plans for FWF20.

The successful applicant will have the chance to work with a passionate and knowledgable team, learn from others in the industry, and innovate, while consolidating their own skills and extending networks within publishing and feminism.

This role reports to the Director and works closely with the Social Media Coordinator and Commissioning Editor.

FWF encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants, people of colour and applicants from all cultural backgrounds, as well as LGBTQI+ applicants and people of all abilities to apply.

Applications close midnight AEDT on Sunday 11 August 2019.

Email: contact@feministwritersfestival.com for all the details.

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