Website Manager

Sydney, Australia

Reference: 5524256

  • Overall responsibility for website
  • Part-time (initial 12 month contract at 22.5 hours per week)
  • Not-for-profit, member-based organisation located in the Sydney CBD

About us

The Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM) is a professional, not-for-profit, member based organisation. It supports its members, sector partners and collaborators to generate knowledge and action in clinical management and research, education, policy and advocacy in Australasia and internationally.

About you

The Website Manager will have overall responsibility for the ASHM website, be part of a small team and meet regularly with Senior Managers to ensure that the activities align with the organisation's strategic objectives.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Ensuring the website content is up to date at all times
  • Effective and efficient website maintenance and management
  • Effective and efficient SEO and analytics management
  • Driving successful Google ad campaigns

With your previous experience in maintaining and updating websites and your knowledge and experience of implementing and administering website SEO, you will enjoy a busy role, working with various stakeholders. WordPress experience is essential. You will utilise your organisational skills and excellent verbal and written communication skills to act as a liaison between the Business Support, Communications and Technical teams. Tertiary qualifications in digital marketing or similar and/or equivalent work experience, are essential.

ASHM provides a child-safe environment in all its programs and activities.


ASHM provides a very flexible and supportive working environment.  A competitive base/taxable salary is available with time off in lieu, leave loading and non-taxable fringe benefit salary packaging.

To Apply

ASHM will review and progress applications as they are received, so please apply as soon as possible.

Applications close at 10.00pm on Friday, 9 July 2021.

Applications are especially welcomed by people who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.

Applications Close: 09 Jul 2021