September 2016: Jessica Walter

Education background: Bachelor of Arts (Professional and Creative Writing) (Hons), Deakin University; Master of Publishing and Communications, University of Melbourne. Current/notable positions:  Editor, Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF); Digital Editions Manager, The Lifted Brow; Academic Sales Assistant, …

July 2016: Amelia Rockliff

Education background: Bachelor of Arts, University of Adelaide; Master of Publishing and Communications, University of Melbourne Current/notable positions:  Marketing Assistant, CSIRO Publishing; Customer Service Specialist, Pearson Education Australia Career highlight: I’ve only been in my current role for three months, so I’m …

May 2016: Gin Atkins

Education background: Bachelor of International Development, La Trobe University; Executive Master of Arts, University of Melbourne; Bachelor of Design (Industrial), Swinburne University (current). Current/notable positions:  Management Consultant, Nous Group; multiple education, youth and mental health not-for-profits across Australia and England; currently Design …

April 2016: Tina Hasiotis

Education Background: Bachelor of Arts (Linguistics), Adelaide University; Graduate Diploma in Journalism, University of South Australia; Graduate Diploma in Editing and Communications, University of Melbourne. Current/Notable Positions:  Digital Content Writer, Call Journey; Content Writer, Graduate Union (University of Melbourne); Freelance Writer, HM …

February 2016: Paige Farrell

University degree(s)/institution: Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne; Master of Publishing and Communications, University of Melbourne. Current/Notable Positions:  Editorial Assistant, Macmillan Education Australia (June 2013-July 2014); Production Editor, Macmillan Education Australia (July 2014-June 2015); Publishing Assistant, Appetite by Random House, Penguin Random …

November 2015: Way Back When

Way Back When is a team of professional historians who work with all sorts of groups and individuals to celebrate and communicate the past in a range of ways. We write commissioned histories, curate exhibitions, develop digital stories, create multimedia histories, prepare …

September 2015: Jack Lacy

  University degree(s)/institution: Bachelor of Journalism at Monash University. Career (last few ‘corporate’ roles/organisations, or your main or favourite):  Cadet at Warragul Citizen (current), intern at Star News & Monash Online. Career Highlight: Beginning my first job as a journalist with the …

August 2015: Jackie Money

University degree(s)/institution: Bachelor of Arts (English Literature and Theatre Studies/Ancient World Studies), University of Melbourne. Master of Publishing and Communications, University of Melbourne. Career (last few ‘corporate’ roles/organisations, or your main or favourite):  Digital Marketing Coordinator at Hachette Australia Books Career Highlight: Coordinating a …

July 2015: Rosannah Healy

University degree(s)/institution: Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws (major in French), Diploma of Arts (English Literature), University of Melbourne (2002 – 2007) Career (last few ‘corporate’ roles/organisations, or your main or favourite): Senior Associate, Competition and Consumer Law, Allens (since 2012) Career Highlight: …

June 2015: Abbie Yunita

University degree(s)/Institution: Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours), Monash University. Specialisations: International Studies, Geography and Environmental Science. Career (last few roles/organisations, or your main or favourite): Intern, United Nations Office for REDD+ Coordination in Indonesia (UNORCID); Research Assistant and Teaching Associate, School …

Arts at Work is a monthly profile of a humanities graduate who has gone into a non-academic / non-teaching career. They explain how the humanities has provided them with essential skills to succeed in business.