• Pointer Remote for people

    Supporting individuals to access and upskill in remote work
    Assess my 'Remote Readiness'
    I am ready to register to find a remote job
    I need support to work more effectively, remotely

At Pointer, we understand your postcode does not determine your suitability for a meaningful and stimulating job, we believe you can work from anywhere.

 Pointer Remote are aware talented professionals live across the country and when employees have a work/life balance, they are a better performing team member. We are passionate about providing a platform to connect people with remote work so they can live where they want and work from anywhere. This creates an economic and social flow on effect for regional and rural Australia, and provides the opportunity for locations to grow and flourish.

View current job opportunities
​Remote Readiness
Are you ready to work remotely ?

Remote work is a working style allowing professionals to work outside of a traditional office environment. It is based on the concept that work does not need to be in a specific place or location to be executed successfully. Working remotely can be stimulating, engaging and rewarding, but it is not for everyone. Interested to see if working from anywhere would suit you?    

Click the button below to take our 'Remote Readiness' Assessment.

                                                                                                                                                

Take the 'Remote Readiness' Assessment
​How Pointer Remote works


Pointer Remote assist you to find a job allowing you to work from anywhere, offering flexibility and that is matched to your qualifications and skill level. 


When you register with Pointer Remote and also have the benefits of:

  • Passive job seeking.
  • Matching jobs emailed directly to you, no more scrolling job boards.
  • Not negotiating for flexibility - all jobs are remote and flexible!
Step 1
Register

Want to 'Go Remote'?    Simply register and create your profile on the Pointer Remote platform.


Step 2
Build

Select the types of work you are looking for, the industries you are experienced in and upload your resume.

Step 3
Match

Job matches to your profile will be emailed directly to you.  You choose to apply (or not!) and give employers access to your profile.

Step 4
Work

Get shortlisted, interview for the job, get an amazing offer and you're ready to start working remotely! 

Register as a Job Seeker

Not ready to register? Sign up for our FREE Remote Work 101 Series with resources and tips to get 'remote ready'.

Sign Up
​Current roles with Pointer Remote
Administrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant

Vision and Background of Moorambilla Voices

Established in 2006, Moorambilla Voices provides one of the only long-term regional cultural activities for young people across Australia that successfully engages and empowers them through a multi-arts program. It offers unique access to music skills, social interaction and Indigenous cultural awareness for children of the regional and remote communities in northwest NSW, regardless of financial or social background. The program is run by professional musicians and partners from major national arts companies to give the children the unique experience of artistic collaboration and to develop skills they have limited access to in their regular education. The program relies on skills workshops held in over 120 schools in the region, with children ranging from ages 8-18.

About the role

A key responsibility of the Administrative Assistant is to work with the General Manager (GM) and Artistic Director (AD) to be a consistent trusted face of the organisation to enable robust, on-going relationships with staff, artists, communities and families.  The Administrative Assistant is also responsible for compiling a comprehensive database of artist details, and for ensuring candidate registration deposits and participation fees are paid. The Administrative Assistant will also assist GM & AD with the co-ordination of Artists and also providing data for submissions to the Board.

The Administrative Assistant is expected to be a strong advocate for Moorambilla, by demonstrating on a practical level that the Moorambilla Voices program is a catalyst for positive artistic and social change.  The Administrative Assistant will be supported by the Artistic Director, the General Manager, and the Moorambilla Mums, Moorambilla Dad and MAXed OUT Mentor.

The Administrative Assistant role works 24 hours a week and reports directly to the General Manager and Artistic Director, however the Administrative Assistant will support the MAXed OUT Mentor and Moorambilla Mums & Dad – the workflow phases for 2021 are below:

1. Candidate Management

The Moorambilla Administrative Assistant is to create and maintain all candidate details from Zoho, AD & GM.  Administrative Assistant is to support the GM to manage all candidates alongside the Moorambilla Mums, Dad and Maxed Out Mentor at all Moorambilla events throughout the year.

KPI’s
Send out first round offers to all schools informing all candidates they are selected for the annual program.  The offers need to be sent for all schools in a timely manner prior to Term Two.
Ensure minimum payments received from participants by 14 working days prior to camp.
Support the Moorambilla GM when requested
Support the Moorambilla Mums, Dad, MAXed OUT Mentor when needed
Send out Participation Certificates to all schools for candidates to be presented at their Presentation Day ceremonies along with the 2022 Skills Development Workshop dates.  This is sent by the end of November.

2. Artist Management

The Moorambilla Administrative Assistant is to have access to all Artist details from Zoho, AD & GM.  Administrative Assistant is to support the AD to manage artists at all Moorambilla events throughout the year.

KPI’s

Ensure all artists have registered with MV and comply with their MOU
Support Moorambilla artists with MV schedule of events, transport & accommodation
Maintain Zoom meetings with GM & AD
Attend Moorambilla events when required
Support fundraising opportunities nationally to support employment of MV artists.

3. Ongoing Support of Moorambilla

KPI’s

Increase candidate involvement
Be a team player and attend all team meetings
Maintain the face-to-face time in communities year on year
Generate and support fundraising opportunities.


Other criteria central to the role:

  • Ability and willingness to work closely with the Moorambilla Staff & Artists throughout all aspects of the program to ensure seamless delivery of the program.
  • Capacity to strive for all selected candidates to have the mechanisms and support to participate in the Moorambilla program.
  • Hold a full NSW driver’s license.
  • All contractors and employees must:
  • Undergo Working with Children check, Child Protection online e-course and Moorambilla staff induction if not already undertaken.  Details of application to be forwarded to GM via the staff online registration process.
  • Have an awareness of and empathy toward the region’s cultural mix, and the artistic nature of the project;
  • Be a team player, self-motivated and have a good sense of humour.

Desirable criteria

  • Senior first aid qualification



To apply for this role click here
Business Accountant

Business Accountant

About the role

  • Great opportunity for a dedicated financial professional to work in a family-friendly business
  • Option to work remotely with flexible part time hours, approx 2 days a week
  • Regionally based, family owned, Australian online womens fashion business

This part-time role is for someone who enjoys autonomy and will make the role their own. Plenty of opportunities to connect with the team and assist by providing high level financial analysis to the executive as well as hands on practical help to accounts payable. Your role is to provide management with a clear picture of the company’s financial position, review expenses and complete the required financial compliance on time. If you love numbers, fashion and would also ideally love to work from home, this may just be the perfect role for you.


Key responsibilities:

  • Management Accounting - Assist with preparing and analysing annual budgets and KPI’s, manage cash flow and general expenses, prepare reports for the executive, board and team leaders on the financial position of the business
  • Financial Compliance - Complete and pay required items for tax and superannuation purposes and other financially related company reporting obligations
  • Team Support - Primary support for Accounts Payable, ad hoc financial analysis for CEO or different leaders in the team, assist with management of foreign exchange contracts


We are looking for someone who:

  • Has CPA or CA qualifications
  • Interest and skills in both financial and management accounting
  • Ideally has experience working as a senior accountant
  • Experience using MYOB and has intermediate-advanced excel skills
  • Great attention to detail
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Strong communication skills - written and verbal
  • Background in retail a bonus
  • Available to visit our head office in Cooma, NSW on occasion (if working remotely)
  • Values a strong team culture and camaraderie

To apply for this role click here
Community Manager

Community Manager

Mums & Co is an ecosystem building startup with the purpose to harmonise ambition, livelihood and wellbeing of business owning mums. Backed by IAG, Australia’s largest general insurer, Mums & Co is the growing movement of likeminded women brought together by networking events, upskilling programs and advocacy. We provide access to business resources, support for our members and share inspiration that women can have it all.

Fundamental to our success is how we serve our customers, partners, communities and team. Mums & Co is Sydney based with a distributed team, operations across Australia and growth aspirations for New Zealand, Asia and beyond.

Led by Co Founder and Managing Director, Carrie Kwan, our team is small, high performing and passionate. Our culture and operations are guided by our values to Empower Ambition, Collectively Deeply Care and Delight People. We are proud of our collaborative and supportive environment, startup agility, corporate support and true work / life flexibility.

To attract, advance and empower our community, a full time Community Manager is now required to harness the full potential of the movement of Mums & Co.


Objective of the role

An integral part of our small and high performing team, we are looking for someone experienced building community, onboarding experts, members, to continuously optimise delivering an integrated brand experience across all aspects of operations to grow community size and revenue.

The Community Manager will have multiple areas of responsibility to help Mums & Co to scale; to advocate, attract, advance, anchor and automate the movement of business owning mothers across Australia, within the innovative digital platform and supportive community of Mums & Co.


Key responsibilities

1. Strategic Brand Experience

The interface between brand and product to embed the brand, marketing and ideal customer experience in all aspects of Mums & Co operations. Internal ambassador and “super user” of all products, services, benefits, features of Mums & Co.

2. Delightful Community Engagement

Responsible for the onboarding community as they convert from advocacy and awareness marketing efforts to paid members joining the movement to advance and empower their network and skills, anchored via Mums & Co events, initiatives, engagement.

Member analytics and product insights to optimise how we can satisfy and retain members.

The member voice of Mums & Co - meeting the customer as and when they are online via social media. The objective is to ensure a flawless customer experience that empowers the ambition, deeply cares for the member experience and delights people while converting members from free trial to paid and increasing product knowledge of the Mums & Co.

3. Empowering Program Delivery

Expert onboarding to co create and deliver unique products and services to support business owning mums, measured by number of experts attracted to and retained by Mums & Co community.

Project manage the ideation and content creation of learning activities, such as two ten part online courses, in a characteristic Mums & Co brand experience to be delivered with the direct Mums & Co team and engaging and managing external suppliers as required.

Event leadership of the annual marquee event in physical and digital formats.

An official representative and public friendly face to facilitate and host weekly and monthly workshops and other ongoing business activities, measured by increasing token utilisation and attendance at all events.

4. Leverage partnerships and support

Implement the community benefits of partnerships, programs and other initiatives such as but not limited to increasing the value exchange between Mums & Co and IAG via Firemark Labs Leverage Project, measured by the extent to which Mums & Co can successfully access and integrate products and services across IAG’s 13,000 employees and substantial customer and stakeholder base.

5. Collective Campaign Planning

Lead a data driven process to understand and segment existing and potential members in the Mums & Co experience. Create and deliver an evidence based, insightful and creative annual calendar of community events and initiatives to achieve objectives of this role and the broader business plan. Measured by community growth and campaign ROI.


Who you are:

  • A born leader, renowned for attention to detail, commitment to getting the task done in the right way that balances time, budget, capacity and integrity and inspires the broader team and community to do the same.
  • A strategic thinking with creative way of thinking and experience in executing the vision across the entire community experience.
  • You’re the type of person who gets joy out of getting things done. Every day, you will conquer a list of meaningful activities.
  • Independent, self-motivated, autonomous yet collaborative and accessible when working as part of the team.
  • Have goals and a growth mindset. We want to know your long-term vision so that we can help you grow everyday in your role and career.


Skills, Qualifications, Abilities and Knowledge required:

  • The ideal candidate will be experienced in online course creation, managing community at scale with a digital learning product.
  • Membership / loyalty program industry experience preferred.
  • Degree / qualifications in marketing or a related field.
  • Demonstrated experience in community building, integrated brand and customer experience, digital marketing, including engagement planning, customer journey mapping and optimisation and marketing campaigns that engage, educate and motivate.
  • Proven capability in building brand, loyalty and in customer experience in an agile startup environment.
  • Strong analytics capability.
  • Solid knowledge of digital performance analytics tools (e.g. Google Analytics, NetInsight, Omniture, WebTrends).
  • Familiar and competent with the following tools: Google Drive, Trello, Kajabi, Integromat, Zapier, ClickFunnels, Slack, Zoom, Typeform, Mailchimp and or ActiveCampaign, Adobe Lightroom, Amplitude, Hotjar.
  • Project management skills particularly goal setting, budgeting and communications.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
  • Strong organisation and time-management skills.
  • Have experience working on a remote team.


Terms

Permanent full-time

Salary: $100K + Super

Location: Sydney CBD or remote

Access to professional development training in sales and analytics

Ideally, you can start immediately.



Applying

If you are really excited about this mandate and would like to apply, please apply to sarah@mumsandco.com.au with a 1-2 minute video (in the application) introducing yourself and clearly address these three questions:

  • What achievements in your work give you the most joy?
  • What makes you an excellent community builder?
  • What impact do you want to have in this role?

We will be meeting candidates as soon as we see strong applications coming through and may close applications before the advertised end date. So raise your hand! We can’t wait to meet you.

  • Strong time management skills and presentation skills
  • High attention to detail
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Team player
  • Thrives in a fast paced / start-up environment
  • Brilliant communications skills
  • Ability to establish and maintain relationships

This is a unique, flexible opportunity to join a passionate team building something great for Australian Mums. We can’t wait to meet you!

Learn more about Mums & Co at mumsandco.com.au. To see more about the role click here.
Accountant

Accountant

About us

Our primary business is provision of accounting and taxation services to business clients. Our clients are from a wide range and include: agriculture, medical services, motels, retail, transport among others. 




We are also licensed Financial Planners, primarily servicing the accounting clients as well as licensed finance brokers.


About the role

Due to increased business growth, we require the services of another accountant. Whilst we have listed the role as full time, we are flexible and open to part time arrangements.


Previous experience in a role preparing business compliance work will be an asset in this role. You will be required to work with a team of accountants, mentoring and supervising junior accountants and reviewing team accounting work.

Communication, organisation and time management skills are essential as progression in the role will see you manage your own client base.


The successful candidate will possess attributes in the following 5 key competencies and be able to demonstrate experience and skills in these areas.

1. Client service – being responsive to client needs. Looks to value add.

2. Communication – can communicate effectively. Development of communication skills to a high standard.


3. Personal effectiveness – demonstrate sound organisational and administrative skills and high professional standards. Willingness to learn and be self-motivated.


4. Job management – takes responsibility, is productive and completes work effectively and in a timely manner.


5. Technical – continuously develops knowledge and shares skills.

If you are a proactive person with a strong customer service focus, take pride and ownership in your contribution, have excellent attention to detail and want to be part of a growing organisation this could be your next long term role. An attractive salary is on offer for the right candidate.

To apply for this role click here
Senior Account Manager

Senior Account Manager

Role purpose

The Senior Account Manager is responsible for the overall management, implementation, execution and delivery of specific communications projects and campaigns aligned to the needs and objectives of our clients.

Working with clients within the agriculture sector, the role encompasses high level project management, teamwork and relationship management whilst contributing to a progressive culture.

The role has a strong focus on digital and social media strategy and associated activities for clients. Seasonal, evening and weekend work and travel may be required given the nature of our organisation.

Key responsibilities

Project and Campaign Management

  • Manages high level complex projects
  • Understands briefs and is clear on project requirements, budgets, timelines, contractual agreements and objectives.
  • Identifies resources and establishes project with Program Office.
  • Identifies project deliverables.
  • Develops and implements projects and campaigns using tailored schedules and plans.
  • Leads and manages the project team.
  • Liaises and works closely with clients and their representatives
  • Provides clarity to the project team as to roles and responsibilities.
  • Organises and manages own workflow and priorities.
  • Works to the agreed budget, work plan and contract deliverables.
  • Works towards achieving agreed deadlines, seeking support from colleagues as required.
  • Takes responsibility for project tasks and delivery, managing the project through to completion.
  • Responsible for meeting budget, timeline and achieving agreed deliverables.
  • Measures progress through regular communication with the team and clients on performance and KPIs.
  • Attends and contributes to weekly WIP meetings using Program Office tools including resource reporting and action plans.
  • Leads the debriefing process to evaluate overall performance and to identify improvements as required.
  • Works closely with Business Development and Program Office functions to accept client’s briefs and be clear on project requirements and objectives.

PR/Communication Skills

  • Writing – key message development, developing communication plans and reports, client proposals, corporate client communications (internal and external), developing marketing materials, copywriting, preparing media materials (narrative, creating story angles), speech writing, translating technical information into plain English
  • Media Relations – publicist skills, developing media relationships, understands how the media works – their needs and responsiveness, identifying pictorial opportunities. Researches, writes media releases and liaises with talent for interviews and approvals. Works closely with the media to get stories into the media (‘sells in stories’)
  • Digital and Social media – High level skills developing and implementing strategies, KPI’s and measurement tools.
  • Stakeholder Relations – understands the key audiences – their profiles, behaviour and priorities and the relevant communication vehicles to reach and influence outcomes and how to work with them to leverage projects and campaigns. Willing and able to engage and enrol them relevant
  • Event management – is creative, can plan and execute well. Highly organised and can work under pressure to tight deadlines. Can manage clients, suppliers. Budgets, contracts and milestones met every time.
  • Marketing – has good advertising, market research, media buying, direct mail and other tactics knowledge and skills.
  • Creative Leadership – audacious thinking, ability to engage, negotiate and influence, and transition a problem to action within client’s needs.
  • Thinks and operates like a ‘newshound’ when required!
  • Analytical Thinking – demonstrates sound reasoning and judgment in developing solutions that are achievable and measurable for the client.

To apply for this role click here

Marketing Strategist

Marketing Strategist

An exciting opportunity to make an impactful and lasting difference to our community and build capacity within our non-profit community service organisation.

Our Strategic Vision is ‘Keeping Our Community Supported and Connected’ through building community capacity, facilitating community growth and involvement, encouraging community engagement and fostering social inclusion.’

Position Purpose

The Marketing Strategist will provide strategic and operational development and implementation of a marketing and promotions strategy, build capacity within the organisation and support the organisation to develop a marketing strategy, plan and guide implementation for the organisation. This role will collaborate across multiple projects and programs to effectively deliver on our objectives.

This position will work in close partnership with internal project/program teams, staff and board members to provide a whole of organisation approach to ensure ownership and understanding of marketing strategy.

Responsibilities
  • Research, analysis and understand whole of organisations marketing and promotional needs, encompassing individual program needs with a clear organisational message.
  • Plan, develop and implement overall marketing strategy that encompasses all of organisation and its projects/programs
  • Develop clear marketing and media policies meeting the needs of the organisation and it individual programs
  • Develop with team clear communication policy
  • Establish a work plan that clearly meets the organisations needs
  • Identify media opportunities – across organisation to meet individual program needs, objectives and purposes
  • In collaboration with the EO and project Co-ordinators, establish and maintain productive working relationships and networking opportunities with project partners and media opportunities in line with agreed service delivery levels, were necessary
  • Employ critical thinking, analytical reasoning and effective communication to achieve positive outcomes.
  • Effectively contribute as a member of the team and promote a safe and harmonious work environment.
  • Build skills capacity within the organisation in marketing, customer service and negotiating difficult conversations.
  • Deliver one workshops to our team and one workshop open to community in marketing strategies
  • Assist in universal branding/key messaging across organisation, brand identification and registration of branding, including copyright were necessary
  • Develop organisational templates ie: sponsorship packages, social tiles, etc

Selection Criteria:

Essential

  1. Excellent communication and analytical skills
  2. A passion for creativity and an ability to look outside the box
  3. Ability to co-ordinator marketing campaigns
  4. High attention to detail
  5. Ability to problem solve
  6. Ability to work across organisation
  7. Experience in the marketing industry
  8. Demonstrated experience and ability in marketing strategies
  9. Significant experience in establishing and maintaining successful relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  10. Exceptional written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  11. Ability to pass on and deliver capacity building skills within the organisation
  12. An ability to operate effectively across numerous programs within the organisation

Desirable

  1. Knowledge of the role and functions of localised community services
  2. Knowledge of statutory, legal and contractual obligations, knowledge of Workplace Health and Safety Act 2011 and regulations

To apply for this role click here
Grant Strategist

Grant Strategist

An exciting opportunity to make an impactful and lasting difference to our community and build capacity within our non-profit community service organisation.

Our Strategic Vision is ‘Keeping Our Community Supported and Connected’ through building community capacity, facilitating community growth and involvement, encouraging community engagement and fostering social inclusion.’

Position Purpose

The Grant and Fundraising Strategist will provide strategic and operational development and implementation of a grants and fundraising strategy, build capacity within the organisation and support the organisation to source funding to secure critical projects and programs within our community. This role collaborates across multiple projects to effectively deliver on our objectives.

This position will work in close partnership with internal project teams, staff and board members to provide a whole of organisation approach to fundraising and grant coordination.

Responsibilities

  • Coordinate the planning and preparation of grant proposals (Project Packages) for one or more projects, provide guidance and assistance in the interpretation of grant funding regulations and requirements.
  • Develop and implement a fundraising and grant strategy for current projects and needs, identifying priorities for each project
  • Complete Project assessment against criteria to identify appropriate funding opportunities
  • Establish a work plan that clearly meets the organisations needs
  • Identify a grant timetable and establish and facilitate grant planning processes in sourcing appropriate funding opportunities
  • Identify and access grant funding, fundraising opportunity and sponsorship that addresses organisational and individual program needs, objectives and purposes
  • Complete grant applications as identified and meet submission deadlines
  • Assist Executive Officer (EO) and Finance and Office Administrator (FOA) in acquittal of funding were necessary
  • In collaboration with the EO, FOA and project Co-ordinators, establish and maintain productive working relationships and networking opportunities with project partners in line with agreed service delivery levels, were necessary
  • Employ critical thinking, analytical reasoning and effective communication to achieve positive grant application outcomes.
  • Effectively contribute as a member of the team and promote a safe and harmonious work environment.
  • Build skills capacity within the organisation in grant writing and fundraising.
  • Deliver workshops to our team and one workshop open to community.

Selection Criteria

Essential

  1. Demonstrated experience and ability in grants management including ability to secure grant funding, writing applications and processing acquittals
  2. Significant experience in establishing and maintaining successful relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  3. Exceptional written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  4. Ability to effectively implement and support a fundraising and grant strategy
  5. Ability to pass on and deliver capacity building skills within the organisation
  6. An ability to operate effectively across numerous programs within the organisation

Desirable

  1. Knowledge of the role and functions of localised community services
  2. Knowledge of statutory, legal and contractual obligations, knowledge of Workplace Health and Safety Act 2011 and regulations

To apply for this role click here
Register with Pointer to access these positions

Not ready to register? Sign up for our FREE Remote Work 101 Series with resources and tips to get 'remote ready'.

Sign Up

If you are a passionate about the opportunities remote work brings to individuals, businesses and communities then we would like to connect, we’d love to hear from you.

Contact Us
Testimonials
Read more Testimonials