A handpicked list of the latest and most interesting digital jobs in Australia.
Country Manager, Australia at Reddit (Sydney)
Set the local strategy (with a heavy commercial focus) for the front-page of the internet while providing unique insights on Australia to the rest of Reddit. We browse the web in the opposite direction down here.
Chief Technology Officer at Cookaborough (Melbourne)
Cookaborough have built a SaaS platform to set-up, run and grow ready-made meals businesses. A niche market but they have global aspirations. This is a "hands-on CTO role with an expectation of being able to lead, manage and grow the tech team and to actively participate in the technical development of the product."
Head of Creative Design at Spotlight (Melbourne)
Lead creative strategy covering digital, print and TV. Spotlight owns a whole bunch of brands, including Spotlight and Anaconda stores.
Head of Product Delivery at LinkTree (Sydney, Melbourne preferred or remote)
You've probably seen Linktree links in influencer or brand Instagram bios. Fashion brand posts a picture of a shirt and says "hey check out all our new shirts, link in bio". Basically it's a one page website that houses a collection of URLs you want to direct users to. This is a delivery focused role, not product strategy. More Aussie based LinkTree roles here.
Digital Project Coordinator at Funraisin (Sydney)
Funraisin create online fund raising tools used by brands like Red Cross, Cancer Council and Ronald Mcdonald House. This looks like a good entry level opportunity for someone with some basic website project experience.
Product Marketing Manager at Roller (Melbourne preferred or remote)
Roller make an all-in-one SaaS product for attractions, entertainment & leisure venues. Yes you could be marketing a product designed for trampoline parks. They also need .net and frontend devs.
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Hi, I'm Mike. I'm not a recruiter or HR person, but I have been working in digital for nearly 20 years. I've done just about every role that exists, from developer to marketer, graphic designer to sales, project manager, and product manager.
While there's no shortage of ways to find a job, I wanted to cut through the noise and showcase only the most interesting, career-defining — maybe even life-changing — opportunities in digital. There's nothing worse than dreading going to sleep on Sunday knowing that the work week starts the next day. We all deserve a role that we look forward to, regardless of whether you're new to the industry or leading it. Hit reply to reach me or connect on Twitter.