Communications and Community Engagement Officer (0.6 FTE)


Palliative Care South Australia (PCSA) is seeking a worker to undertake the social media, website updating, newsletter and communications within their office. The worker will also engage in community activities and events.

PCSA is the peak body for palliative care services and supporters in SA.

The Communications and Community Engagement Officer is responsible to the Executive Director of PCSA until July 2023 for:

  • Coordinating PCSA communications
  • Supporting PCSA community engagement
  • Assisting with PCSA events
  • Supporting the PCSA and the general office operations

The successful applicant will have experience in one or more of the following: –

  • Communications
  • Social media campaigns
  • Website development
  • Graphic design
  • Community and Stakeholder engagement
  • Event coordination
  • Administration


This position is ideal for a new communications graduate or a person returning to work. The position can be worked flexibly.

Salary range at Level 4 within the Social, Community, Home Care & Disability Services Award based upon 22.5 part-time hrs p.w



Police checks, appropriate vaccination records and a driver’s license are essential.

For further information please contact Mark Waters on,  or phone 08 8271 1643 or 0417 834 938.

Click here for the position description.

Applications close on Monday 20th December at 5.00 PM and should be addressed to: –

Mark Waters Executive Director


PO Box 435

Fullarton SA 5063


or emailed to


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