ID: 178468

Marketing and Promotions Manager

Human Rights Regular - more than 6 months Anywhere

About this opportunity

  • Humanitarian Projects International Inc. (HPI) is an Australian not-for-profit organisation that exists to relieve poverty and distress for underprivileged people, especially vulnerable children, to give them hope of a better future by providing sustenance, shelter, health care, and education through sustainable development.

  • HPI has projects in Uganda, South Africa, East Timor, India, Philippines mainly working with disadvantaged children to improve their loving standards and to help then get an education.

  • This is very satisfying work knowing that what you are doing is giving hope to many who would otherwise have to live out their lives in poverty or with no hope of a better future.


  • In conjunction with the Management Committee and with the Fundraising and Events Manager, develop, review and maintain marketing materials including flyers and brochures, periodic newsletters and social media notices to be used for the promotion of HPI, its projects, events and fundraising activities.
  • Maintain the HPI website and social media sites with up-to-date information, particularly to promote HPI’s projects and events.
  • Promote membership of HPI and encourage members active participation in HPI’s projects and activities.
  • In liaison with project managers and with the Fundraising and Events Manager, prepare written and visual promotional presentations to promote HPI and its projects to potential donors, corporate sponsors and to the wider community.
  • Develop and monitor effective benchmarks for measuring the impact of all promotional activities, and analyse, review, and report on effectiveness of campaigns to maximise results.
  • Assist with the preparation and distribution of HPI press releases. All press releases must first be approved by the Management Committee or, if urgent, by the President.
  • Ensure that all promotional activities fall within the HPI insurance policy cover.


  • A good understanding of marketing and advertising is essential.
  • All marketing and promotional work is done in close co-operation with the Fundraising and Events Manager who relies heavily on marketing and promotional activities for the success of any events. The role does not necessarily include fundraising but there might be opportunities to help at fundraising events.

All applications should be addressed to The Secretary by email to [email protected]

Additional requirements

Working with Children Check *.

Although much of the work can be done on line, it is preferred that the Marketing Manager resides in South East Queensland to be able to liaise closely with the Fundraising Manager and meet with most members of the Management Committee.

A high degree of literacy in English is essential as well as experience in a marketing role.

Applicants must be computer literate in Word and Excel.

Working with Children Check (Blue Card or Police Check) is required if travelling to work on a HPI project either in Australia or overseas where children reside or are otherwise present.

* May be arranged via the Organisation. Details to be provided on expression of interest.
Time Required

Expected work time will be around 10 hours per week on average depending upon project activities at any point in time. This includes attending a 2 hour bi-monthly Management Committee and the AGM. It is essential that the applicant does have spare time apart from any other commitments to be able to devote time on a regular and consistent basis to this role. Therefore it might best suit a mature experienced marketing person who is otherwise working only part time.

Suitable for
  • Centrelink Volunteers
  • Online & Remote Volunteers
  • Skilled Volunteers
Type of work
  • Fundraising & Events
  • Governance, Boards & Committees
  • Marketing, Media & Communications
  • Writing & Editing

There will be ample opportunity to work with the Fundraising and Events Manager to fully explain the role and provide training if needed.


Minor expenses such as stationery and postage are reimbursed. Other purchases must be approved by the Management Committee prior to purchase.