Digital Officer



This role combines two primary skillsets for the digital delivery of Archdiocesan Communications – IT knowledge and content production. We’re seeking someone who knows their way around social media and content management systems and is creative, hands-on, and digitally savvy.


  • Execute digital platforms, including; podcasts, intranet and
  • Maintain distribution lists
  • Familiarity with WordPress – HTML and CSS
  • Maintain the Intranet SharePoint
  • Support digital output a variety of online services (eg Mailchimp, eTapestry, FB, YouTube
  • Shared hosting provider services, domain name registration and management, website security, testing and backups, DNS, SSL certificates and related technologies/services.
  • Assist with designing and building


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities 

  • Advanced IT proficiency in web & content
  • Broad and deep knowledge of the digital media landscape and an enthusiasm to stay abreast of digital trends
  • Direct experience in working with HTML, CSS, WordPress, social media
  • Creativity

Personal Qualities

  • An ability to engage with and support the pastoral mission of the Catholic
  • A friendly personality with good collaboration skills and plenty of drive
  • Analytical and innovative thinker and technology advocate
  • Team focused and able to contribute creative and technical solutions


The remuneration for this role is dependent upon qualifications and experience. The Archbishop’s Office of Evangelisation is committed to providing a supportive environment for the role, including access to support services in ICT. The team is supported by a range of employment policies, procedures and guidelines.


The Trustees of the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn (the Employer) requires that all people working within its institutions and agencies, regardless of religious background or allegiance respect the beliefs and teaching of the Catholic Church.
All employees of the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn must meet the ‘working with children’ checks as detailed in the Archdiocesan Child Protection and Intervention Policy.


A complete application will include the following:

  1. A cover letter addressing qualifications and experience as they relate to the responsibilities of the position.
  2. A professional CV

Please send your application to by Friday 10 February, 2023
For more information about this position, contact: Jeanine Doyle ph: 0409498382 or email

Download the Position Description HERE