New opening —

Business Co-ordinator - Healthcare Communications Agency


21 March 2019

Application close:

21 April 2019


01 May 2019

Contract Type:


Contract Hours:

Full Time

Remuneration/ Pay rate:

$51,000 including Super


Surry Hills


Are you a problem solver? Do you have an interest in healthcare? Do you like being at the forefront of innovation? If so, you might be just the right person to join our exciting and collaborative team in the heart of Surry Hills.

Job description:

We need a highly motivated individual who is keen to have a career in healthcare communications. Your duties will initially involve a substantial amount of basic office administration but will, over time, become more account service oriented (i.e. where we develop educational and promotional materials for clients). A university degree and passion for the advertising business are mandatory. It would be a plus if you also have a genuine interest in healthcare as many of our clients manufacture health products. You will be well organized, personable, and fun. We strive to create a dynamic working atmosphere. Prepare to work hard and enjoy yourself. Who are we? Ward6 is one of the region's leading healthcare communications companies. It has won numerous creative and strategic awards over the last decade and the Sydney-based office's business success led to a new office being opened in Singapore. Clients include Novartis, Pfizer, BMS, The Wilderness Society, Allergan, Sanofi, Cochlear, Dementia Australia, Gilead, and Perrigo. If this role appeals to you and you meet the above criteria, then please forward your letter of application and resume to

Please include details of your university degree in your application. Only Australian residents should apply for this role. We regret that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Residency Requirements:

Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only (inc. New Zealand Citizens)

Application procedures:

Please forward your letter of application and resume to

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