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Working at FARE you will be part of an organisation seeking to develop and deliver innovative health programs and policy solutions that reduce alcohol harm.

You will also be working with an organisation that believes change can only happen through partnership and collaboration. We actively support impacted communities and people with lived experience of alcohol harm to find their voice in public policy advocacy.

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Senior Health Promotion Advisor

We believe that by working together we can create change to improve our collective health and wellbeing. FARE has a new leadership team, renewed energy and a refreshed strategic focus on how to improve health outcomes for all Australians.

What you will work on: 

  • Play an active role in the development, implementation and evaluation of FARE’s health promotion and behavior change strategies and activities for the National Program.
  • Develop health promotion and behavior change content and products for use across media, print and digital (such as marketing materials, briefs, speeches, resource packs, websites, social media, video content, and presentations).
  • Support the Campaigns and Communication team to assist in maintaining FARE’s digital communication channels (website, blogs, email, social) over the course of the National Program, including supporting responding to comments and enquiries.
  • Assist in periodic evaluation, analysis and reporting on campaign and project outcomes, as well as financial reporting.
  • Manage relationships with internal stakeholders to ensure staff teams are engaged, consulted and informed in a timely manner during the National Program.
  • Manage relationships with external stakeholders, as required, including working with key stakeholders, partner organisations, consultants, contractors, and agencies in support of the National Program.
  • Provide high-level health promotion support and advice to the CEO and leadership team, as required.

FARE strives to create a supportive and welcoming environment where everyone feels empowered to bring their authentic selves to work — and we are committed to continuous improvement on this front.

We champion equity and diversity in the workplace. Because of these values, we are incredibly proud to be a family-friendly employer.

We believe our work will have the greatest impact on all Australians when we embrace diverse voices. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people, people of colour, people with disabilities, LGBTIQ+ communities, migrants and women.

We are also a workplace that encourages applications from people who have lived experience of alcohol harm.

Come join us – we are a group of skilled, passionate, and fun people who are striving for a healthier Australia.


Our work is important, but we also understand that there is more to life than just work. We offer additional leave and flexible work arrangements to help support a healthy work-life balance.

As an organisation that aims to work toward to a healthier Australia, we are committed to fostering a culture that values the emotional, mental, and physical wellbeing of its staff. We also provide access to our staff members to Employee Assistance Program.

We want to ensure that our people have the skills and knowledge they need in their current role, while also identifying areas of development for future opportunities. We provide healthy professional development budget for staff training and learning.

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Will you join the community taking action on alcohol?