Job description


Reflexivity is a mission based, data driven startup providing a voice to communities living with proposed or existing industrial development.

We have developed a sophisticated data analytic engine that translates community survey data into insight – we inform our customer’s thinking and actions with science.

We work extensively in domains that are contested, where relationships between industry and community are strained, marked by conflict, and complex. Our customers are diverse, ranging from the world’s largest mining companies to national agriculture bodies.

The best news is we’re just getting started. We’re rapidly expanding our global presence and investing in technology to enable any person, anywhere in the world, the chance to have a voice in the decision-making processes that affect them.

What drives us every day is knowing we’re helping communities translate their experiences, concerns and aspirations into a language our customers can understand, then use to maximise their positive impact.

Just like the communities we serve, we’re a diverse team and on the hunt for people with fresh insight, new ways of working, and the same passion we have to make an impact on a local and global scale.


The Project Support Officer holds the (internally envied) position of first point of contact with the incredible community groups, community members and customers we work alongside.

As a conduit between our community groups and our customers, you’re tasked with providing timely and thoughtful communication to maximise community participation and engagement, and translating feedback into meaningful and actionable insights for our customers. You’re the magician responsible for the ‘magic’ that is demystifying a somewhat complex delivery model for our customers.

In addition to above, you’ll be supporting end-to-end survey administration and ensuring our team and external stakeholders have the information they need well in advance of when they need it. As a social analytics business our data is everything and one of your less enjoyable, but entirely necessary jobs, is to ensure our customer database is always accurate and up to date. This combined with general project and team support and you’ll never have a dull day.

We’re searching for someone who projects our mission in every interaction, someone who readily and easily engages with others and can anticipate exactly what they need to feel valued. Our goal is to ensure the experience of working with Reflexivity is both enjoyable and effortless. Behind the scenes you’re a highly effective project manager, work well in a team setting, and can methodically work through “lumpy” workflows and logistical complexity to get the job done.


  1. Community liaison including phone calls and other forms of engagement with community groups, developing and delivering survey communication plans, and monitoring and responding to any enquiries from customers and communities.
  2. Managing the Reflexivity incentive system, including preparing monthly community group reward statements and processing group reward payment invoices.
  3. Helping implement and then maintain our CRM system including keeping our community group and participant databases up to date. You’ll also be responsible for maintaining our data integrity in line with the requirements set out in the Privacy Act (1988).
  4. General project and team support such as coordinating team field trips and other travel.


•    Exceptional communication skills both written and verbal

•    Strong organisational, planning, and prioritisation skills

•    Proficient in business tools (i.e. MS Office, CRM, social apps)

•    Strong collaborator with a ‘’can-do’’ attitude and passion for excellence

•    Web-site management skills an advantage (e.g. WordPress)

•    Formal communications skills or qualification an advantage

•    At least 3-years experience working in a related role


Locations: Reflexivity is based in Brisbane but the role can be performed from other locations.

Hours: We’re very open to flexible and remote working arrangements and will happily workshop with the right candidate to agree a mutually beneficial schedule.

Salary: Commensurate with your experience.

Start date: As soon as our ideal candidate is ready.

You’ll be reporting into Naomi Boughen, Co-Founder and Operations Manager based in Brisbane.

If you’re anything like us the first thing you’ll do is google our website.You’ll quickly discover we don’t yet have one! It’s all in the works and we’re excited to launch it in a few short weeks!

Read more about us below:


If you’d like to apply, please provide your resume and a cover letter that addresses the following questions:

•    Why do your skills, experience and aptitude make you the best match for this role?

•    What achievements in your work give you the most joy?

•    Why would you like to be a part of this organisation’s story?

•    What impact do you want to have in this role?

We looking forward to meeting!