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Community Transport Services Tasmania Inc (CTST) is a vibrant and growing community organisation whose mission is to provide transport to older people and people living with a disability in the community.  

At CTST, we value diversity and promote a workplace culture that is committed to driving innovation, collaboration, professionalism, and respect.

Current vacancies are posted below, however, if you are interested in working with CTST, you may send a copy of your resume to us at any time.

For vacancies within our social enterprise, Area Connect, please visit: 

Resumes should be emailed to


Marketing & Community Engagement Coordinator

As one of the largest providers of community transport in the country, if not the largest, CTST is a vibrant and growing not-for-profit charitable community organisation whose vision is that everyone has access to community transport. We specialise in providing reliable, high quality and safe transport to older people and people with a condition preventing them from undertaking daily activities. CTST’s impact is delivered via a workforce of over 350 passionate people, with the majority being volunteers, 90 vehicles, modern and sophisticated systems, great attitudes and, most importantly, we are consumer directed.   

Together with our current CTST transport offering, we are proud to be growing our Area Connect program; a new concept in flexible transportation to serve smaller and more remote communities in Tasmania where mainstream public transport is not readily available. 

Based at our purpose-built office in Glenorchy and reporting to the General Manager People Quality & Communications, this is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Marketing & Community Engagement Coordinator to join our team.  The successful candidate will possess extensive knowledge of marketing strategies, channels, and branding and will be responsible for the design of marketing materials, the management of all electronic media including the company websites and social media platforms.  Additionally, we are seeking a marketing professional who understands the critical importance of brand promotion and relationship building within the community to effectively market our volunteer program to continue the growth of the volunteer pipeline.

About the Position

The primary responsibilities of the position are:

  • Plan, coordinate and lead the implementation of marketing and promotional activities
  • Develop our marketing and engagement program and partner with external stakeholders and members of the community
  • Organise and attend events to promote CTST services and volunteering opportunities
  • Develop/manage the CTST and Area Connect websites, online content, e-marketing and social media platforms
  • Develop promotional print and electronic publications and marketing collateral
  • Assist with the design and production of CTST publications, including the company’s annual report
  • Develop and coordinate brand and marketing campaigns and liaise with relevant stakeholders to support the attraction of new volunteers

About You

If you are an innovative and energetic marketing professional who has the following skills, we would like to hear from you: 

  • Extensive knowledge of marketing strategies, channels, and branding
  • Agility to engage with the community to develop strong networks and partnerships
  • Advanced interpersonal, influencing and negotiation skills
  • Creativity and out of the box thinking
  • Be a hands-on team player with the ability to work at both strategic and tactical levels
  • Possess an authentic desire to collaborate and innovate
  • Ability to prioritise and manage multiple tasks in a changing environment

If you have a proven track record in marketing and have a desire to grow your career in a great community-based not-for profit organisation, this is a rare opportunity not to be missed.  We have a salary range in mind; however, the objective is to secure the right person and we are open to discussing flexible working arrangements to suit your needs.

Applications should include a current resume and cover letter detailing your experience relative to the position. 

Please click here to download a copy of the Position Description.

Applications should be submitted via the Seek website and close on COB on Friday 6th May 2022

If you have any enquiries about the position, please contact Karen Dingjan via email   

We look forward to hearing from you!