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Todd Hones

47 Theopoulos Avenue
Georgeville NSW 2345
M: 0466 666 888
H: (02) 66 666 888
E: honest@email.com


Objective

To work as part of a dedicated organisation that serves the community by promoting the importance of public health through education programs, special events and activities, and promotions.


Education

University of Georgeville 
Georgeville NSW
Bachelor of Arts (Communication)
Graduated: 2000
 

Employment History

Apr 2006 – Present: Public Awareness Project Manager
Cancer Council of Tarret
Tarret NSW




Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate special events to increase community awareness about the dangers of smoking
  • Liaise with local business to generate sponsors for ongoing events
  • Lobby local and state governments for funds
  • Coordinate community forums
  • Develop and coordinate an anti-tanning youth group (Youth Against Bronze)

Achievements:

  • Raised $10 000 for the Youth Against Bronze campaign in 2008
  • Planned and organised the ‘Say No’ campaign that generated multiple new sponsors and increased revenue
Nov 2003 – Apr 2006: Drugs and Alcohol Prevention Coordinator
NSW Department of Health
Granton NSW




Responsibilities:

  • Rostered and coordinated the Drugs and Alcohol Prevention team
  • Commissioned research to present to the Health Minister
  • Oversaw the Alcohol Research Centre across the Granton District
  • Provided management contact for clients and public enquiries
  • Drafted policy and guidelines for the department

Achievements:

  • Coordinated study on youth drug and alcohol use which raised awareness and was well referenced in national media outlets
Dec 2000 – Nov 2003: Volunteer and Community Involvement Officer
Kick Start Youth Support Services
Crayfield NSW




Responsibilities:

  • Recruited, trained and coordinated volunteers
  • Worked closely with the CEO of Kick Start
  • Drafted funding submissions to the State Government to secure the medium- to long-term future of the program
  • Coordinated all administrative, management and budgetary components of the Volunteer and Community Involvement Department
  • Developed and managed public relations, marketing and advertising strategies

Achievements:

  • 2001 – Nominated for ‘Youth of the Year’ Award

Skills

Category Name Proficiency Yrs experience Last Used
Computer Microsoft Office Advanced 12 yrs Use currently
Computer Filemaker Pro Intermediate 7 yrs < 6 months
Computer Content Management System Intermediate 5 yrs Use currently

Interests

English medieval history
Sustainability and the environment
Current affairs
Reading


References

Available upon request




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