National Advertising Manager
*Rapidly expanding company * Five-Star international product * $exec salary package available
One of the most successful tour operators in the travel industry, with a huge range of beautiful 5 star product to some of the most exotic destinations in the world offers this position. You will be joining a team who are passionate, results-driven, and loads of fun. The position requires the talents of someone who has worked on both sides of agency and client, someone who knows how to deal directly with the media (print, TV, radio) and understands costs. You will have first class writing skills, being responsible for writing copy for ads and scripts for newsletters. This is a fully hands-on role that will allow you to multi-task across all marketing & advertising functions. Managing a small team, you will have the maturity and calmness to direct, motivate, and inspire people and while travel industry experience is not essential, you must have a passion for travelling and the ability to communicate this through your advertising. This is a senior management position where you will be responsible for managing the annual marketing budget. You will be the type of person who can handle deadlines, handle constant change, and thrive under pressure. A full CV is required as soon as possible. All applications will be handled confidentially. You can apply online.
Corporate Leisure Consultant – CBD Location
• No late nights or weekends • TRY BEFORE YOU BUY!
This position requires you to be part time for three days a week for up to the first three months then go full time five days a week Try Before You Buy! Monday to Friday no late nights or weekends. This exciting opportunity is in a great location in the CBD with a small team of experts. Your destinations are Asia, Middle East and South America. You will be given product training however your knowledge in these areas would be an advantage. You will be rewarded with a yearly famil to experience these fantastic locations to be able to get first hand knowledge to increase your already existing strong selling skills. You will need to be a go getter, have strong work ethics and great communication skills both verbally and written. Be able to work closely with team mates and have the passion and motivation to go on the journey that this company is heading. Thorough knowledge of Amadeus is a must and Travelog definitely an advantage. You can apply online, or alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Kelly Wellsmore on 02 9278 5121, quoting Ref No. 4685.
Business Development Manager – NSW – Travel Industry
A rare but exciting opportunity has arisen for the right person to join one of the best wholesalers in the business. You must have excellent communication skills and the ability to maintain and build upon existing business relationships to meet targets and company’s expectations. You will be expected to effectively promote the company and their products at internal and external functions and expos.If you are analytical and have strong administrative skills can work under pressure, ability to prioritise effectively. Experience within the Travel industry in a sales role who projects a high level of professionalism should only apply. Essential – Excel Skills, MS word, Australian Passport & current drivers license. You can apply online or alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Helen Eves on (02) 9278 5121, quoting Ref No. 4726.
Program Manager – COMMUNITY Services Manager
ARAFMI NSW is seeking an enthusiastic, energetic and motivated Program Manager delivering education and support programs for families and carers of people with a mental illness. The successful applicant will be part of the
leadership team directing an exciting new phase in our organisations’ development. SACS Award Cat 5, salary packaging available. For further information, details of essential criteria and a position description, please contact Rhoda Immerman on: 02) 9332 0777, or email: firstname.lastname@example.orgBy Dec 22, 2006. You can apply online.
NSW Team Leader Health Care 60K+ Bonus – Based in Sydney
COMPANY: an established dynamic company providing quality care services to the frail, aged and people with a disability in their homes.
POSITION & RESPONSIBILITIES: Due to forecasted growth and expansion, my client is currently looking for a team leader to run their new office in Sydney. You will be responsible for the the support and coordinating of care services in a community environment and networking across the community care sector to drive business., delivering excellent levels of service. CANDIDATE: The successful candidate will ideally have achieved success as a manager of people,and have shown the ability to develop long lasting and solid client relationships whilst providing exceptional support to your teams in the past. A good working knowledge of community based care in New South Wales and the experience in coordinating care services within a community setting is also desirable. There are too many roles to list, for a confidential chat please phone Chris on (02) 8424 7113 quoting Reference Number NOVCM4 or apply online.
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National Director – Good Beginnings Australia – a national non-profit
This organisation serves families and children aged 0-8 since 1997. Good Beginnings fosters partnerships between parents, volunteers, all levels of government, community based services and business to offer support to parents and to create positive environments in which babies and young children can thrive. If we can give a child a good beginning, we can benefit both the child and the community for years to come. After successful growth to a current 70 programs spread over 50 sites in all states and territories, the organisation faces the challenge of the retirement of its founding National Director. The challenge: * Reporting to the Board, responsible for fulfilling the Good Beginnings vision through inspirational leadership of a dispersed, non-hierarchical team of staff and volunteers * Provide the motivation to governments, companies and philanthropists for stimulating continued growth in stakeholder support for the company’s services. * Manage all aspects of the organisation including strategic and financial planning, human resources, service quality, program innovation, funding and the value of the Good Beginnings brand. * Help more children in better ways. Qualifications * An empathetic leader with vision, strong business disciplines and the ability to live the principles of strength-based service delivery * Recognised credibility in the field of child/family services * Demonstrated success in relating to all tiers of government * Freedom to travel regularly * A passion for Australia’s children. More details on www.goodbeginnings.net.au. Apply to email@example.com, before 16 January 2007. You can apply online.
NSW Operations Manager (Good Sports)
The Australian Drug Foundation (ADF) is a not-for profit organisation whose aim is to prevent drug problems in the community. Goods sports is an ADF program working to assist community sporting clubs manage alcohol responsibly and create friendly and welcoming environments. Reporting to the NSW State Manager, the role is an exciting opportunity for a motivated and experienced Operations Manager. Responsibilities include providing strategic, operational and financial leadership at a State level. The challenge is to transform a successful pilot into a sustainable program across NSW. You will work to develop community partner relationships and enhance their performance, engage sporting groups, deliver high quality service, provide education and training, develop the State funding model and build strategic alliances. This is an ideal role, for a dynamic and enthusiastic person with experience in community development and community sport. With proven leadership skills, you will have experience dealing with all levels of government, sport and community groups, and the corporate sector. This autonomous role requires the ability to liaise with diverse stakeholders calling on your superior communication and presentation skills. A detailed role description is available at www.goodsports.com.au. All telephone inquiries to Richard Colbran – Good Sports NSW State Manager on (02) 9939 0932. To apply, email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or send your resume to Good Sports NSW, PO Box 572 Harbord NSW 2096. Closing date for applications is COB Friday 12th January 2007. You can apply online.
Curator/arts coordinator – Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation – Randwick
A full time curator/arts coordinator is required. The curator will coordinate the acquisition, distribution and maintenance of the Foundation’s arts collection and will support the endeavours of the Arts Committee in the preparation of grant applications, funding initiatives, projects and arts display programmes. The successful applicant will have a degree or postgraduate qualifications in Fine Arts or a related field and/or experience in a cultural position in a gallery or museum. A demonstrated knowledge or willingness to be trained on issues related to arts and public art within healthcare facilities would be an advantage. Please send your CV by Sunday, 17 December: Chief Executive, Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation, Locked Bag 5, Randwick NSW 2031. Phone: 9382 1188 Fax: 9314 6195. Email: email@example.com. You can apply online.
Disability Case Manager – Based in Sydney Western Suburbs
* Making A Difference To The Lives Of Other * Opportunity To Be Hands On
An experienced Case Manager who will work with a caseload of job seekers with a disability is required. You will be assisting; jobseekers who are keen to work however due to barriers find it difficult to find employment. This is where you come in …The aim of this role is to case manage a number of job seekers in order to place them into meaningful and sustainable employment. You will be required to provide one on one training, assist in job searching techniques along with the application and interview process. You will also be required to source employers and inform them of the benefits of employing jobseekers with a disability. To be successful in this role, you will have experience working with people with a disability and possess an approachable and empathetic manner. * Knowledge of disability services * High standard of written and verbal communication * Sound labour market knowledge, and the challenges facing jobseekers with a disability * Proven ability to work to targets and KPIs * Innovative case management strategies * Reverse marketing skills to effectively sell your candidate to potential and existing employers utilising Job Network resources * An ability to meet deadlines * A desire to work in a team environment that makes a difference. For further information, please feel free to contact Varteni on (02) 8272 0700. Alternatively email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.After hours calls are welcome on 0448 880 029. You can apply online.
Pro Bono Secretary – $45K Pro Rata – Sydney
* Highly-respected Pro Bono team * Part-time: Any 3 days of the week
Take your dedication to community service to the next level by joining one of Sydney’s finest Mid-Tier firms, who have a superb reputation for their community service. They are currently looking to recruit a Secretary with at least a year’s experience to come aboard their leading Pro Bono team to add further value to the group’s progression. In this highly rewarding role, you will assist an appreciative Partner in the day-to-day running of the successful division. Your duties include client liaison, working with the business development and marketing team, file management, drafting correspondences, event management, and general administration. Ideally, you will have at least a year’s experience in a similar capacity, and advanced Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Picture skills. Desktop publishing skills are an advantage. You will further have excellent communication and organisational skills. Your enthusiasm and knowledge of community issues will be well-rewarded within this sociable and leading National firm. To confidentially apply for this role, or to find out more, please contact Sommer Bath on + 61-2-9233-7977, or by email at email@example.com. Reference SB8856/MC. You can view a list of other opportunities at www.nclegalsupport.com.au and you can apply online.
Consultant – Management Role – Job Network / Recruitment
* Site Manager position with a medium sized team
Have you got supervisory, team leader or existing management experience within the recruiting industry? Do you or have you ever wanted to work within the job network recruiting field? A well respected Job Network agency needs a proactive, switched on industry professional to help support and guide this team of consultants and staff into 2008 and beyond. You will be supported and provided with the right tools to help yourself and your team to excel. This branch is already established and performing well. You must have a passion for consulting, working on projects, case loads, sales, business development and sound administration skills. Motivation skills and careers guidance skills are also important. Genuine candidates who are in search of a genuine career opportunity within an exciting , team environment need only apply. We are not looking for just anyone or a skills match me are looking for the right candidate over all. Sound performance background, career ambitious, motivational, team player mentality with a proactive hands on approach attitude. Outgoing personalities matched with a professional attitude would work well within this team. All discussions treated with absolute discretion. Contact Robyn Kirkpatrick: (02) 9556-3377 or 0418 212-341
Robyn.Kirkpatrick@chandlermacleod.com. Reference Number: 023RK015
Contact Name: Robyn Kirkpatrick. Contact Number: (02) 9503 8524. You can apply online.
Research Officers – Carrick Institute – Sydney
The Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education is seeking up to 3 research officers for 12 months to work on a project relating to rewarding and recognising quality university teaching in universities. The appointment is full-time, but part time and short term contracts will be considered. The salary is $42 349 – $52 660 (Level 4 or 5), depending on qualifications and experience. The duties will include literature reviews, library searches, report writing, liaising with universities, project management and general administrative duties. The appointee will need strong organisational skills, ability to synthesise and review literature, interpersonal and team work skills, and a degree at Honours level or above in Psychology. Expertise in literature, web research skills, synthesis and report writing and liaison with other professionals is essential. Some background knowledge or experience of higher education and teaching and learning is desirable. The position description and application form are available to download from http://www.carrickinstitute.edu.au/carrick/go/home/about/pid/185 Enquiries can be directed to Denise Chalmers on 02 8667 8504. You can apply online.
The Aged & Community Services Association of NSW & ACT Inc. (ACS) is the leading peak employer body representing the interests of not for profit providers of aged and community care services. ACS represents two thirds of all aged care services in NSW and ACT. ACS requires a Policy Officer with demonstrated skills in policy advice and development and a sound knowledge of current aged and community care issues. Good verbal and written skills, a capacity to work as a team and a commitment to the ACS ethos are essential requirements. The role of the Policy Officer is to provide information and policy guidance and advice about management and service delivery in aged and community care. The Policy Officer will have a specific responsibility for projects, products and services on community care. Further information, including an information package, is available from the ACS website – www.agedservices.asn.au. Applications marked confidential should be addressed to: Mr Paul Sadler, Chief Executive Officer, Aged & Community Services Assoc. of NSW & ACT, Level 3, 9 Blaxland Road, Rhodes, NSW 2138. Fax: 02 9743 4557.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date for applications: Monday 18 Dec 2006. You can apply online.
Early Childhood Staff – Campbelltown Area
1 2 3 Billy Bear Day Care Centre – positions on offer are:
* Early Childhood Teacher (Full Time/Part Time)
* Authorised Supervisor/Diploma (Full Time)
* Traineeship positions
* Child Care Worker positions(Full Time/Part Time)
* Part Time Cook
Your salary will depend on your qualification and experience in the Child Care Industry. If you have any inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact Nevine on 0410 317 232. Alternatively send your resume to the following details: Email email@example.com or fax 4621 2055. You can apply online.
Project Officer – Human Services – Sydney CBD – $60k plus super
Apply your Specialist Knowledge in Quality Improvement and Accreditation
Quality Management Services (QMS) is a non-government organisation specialises in providing quality improvement, review and accreditation services to human service organisations within government and non-government health, disability, community and aboriginal services organisations. Due to a recent expansion in business, the organisation is now currently seeking to appoint a Project Officer for its Sydney operation, responsible for areas such as Problem Gambling Treatment Services, Non-Government Organisations and programs, Health, Community and Aboriginal Services. Your primary responsibility will be to undertake the development and on-going delivery of Quality Improvement and Accreditation programs within the region. This in turn may include managing a group of people involved in assisting the delivery of the program as well as tailoring, delivering or overseeing training sessions on a required basis amongst other responsibilities. You will have a tertiary qualification in health, social sciences or similar as well as extensive experience in the development and delivery of training, preferably within the human services field. A track record in project management as well as familiarity with the accreditation and quality improvement environment and strong communication, interpersonal and presentation skills is expected.
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online quoting Job Reference No: 2B/34766a. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Nicole Handsaker in our Sydney office on +61 2 8233 2221, quoting Ref No. 2B/34766. Your interest will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
e-commerce Project Manager – Not for profit – $100k
*Internationally respected humanitarian org *Attractive salary pkg options
An opportunity exists to support this respected international organisation in their aim to provide on line first aid course bookings, shopping and improved donation facility, to deliver an enhanced experience for clients and supporters now and into the future. An experienced technical project leader possessing proven ability to deliver e-commerce projects on time and within budget is required. Your ability to work both independently and as part of a team, combined with superior interpersonal and relationship management skills, will enable you to manage, control and coordinate the day to day project across multiple business functions and balance the needs of the internal stakeholders and customers, within a dynamic business and technical environment. In addition to general understanding of both web site integration and processes and database management systems, you will be adept at working with business teams and external service providers to analyse, diagnose and rectify operational problems across business, IT and Finance areas. Whilst previous consultancy or experience within the not for profit sector would be advantageous, it is your commitment to deliver results on time, on budget, tempered with the professional maturity to harmoniously resolve conflicting priorities, which will ensure success. To enquire further, please contact Lisa Lloyd in our Sydney office on 02 8298 3836. When responding, please quote 35-713383. Confidentiality is assured. You can apply online.
Manager of Housing Services – Social Housing – Eastern Sydney
Eastern Suburbs Rental Housing Association Ltd (ESRHA) is a community based organisation operating in the non for profit sector. ESRHA manages social housing in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. The Manager Housing Services is responsible for leadership and supervision of the operations team, monitoring and reporting on housing management performance and participating in the business development and quality assurance cycle.
• The position is full-time and permanent (35 hours per week).
• Salary SACS Award 4. Remuneration packaging is offered and the successful applicant may also take advantage of the Company’s exemption from the payment of tax on fringe benefits.
• Free on site parking
• Mobile Phone and Palm Pilot
• The MHS must be able to demonstrate the following skills: customer service, management of a property / tenancy portfolio, management of staff.
• The MHS must be able to communicate effectively (verbally and in writing) with a wide range of people and for a variety of purposes including: information provision; problem solving; reporting; negotiation, mediation and conflict resolution.
• The MHS must be able to manage social housing tenancies in line with policies, Program funding, Support Service and Management agreements and relevant legislation.
• The MHS must have an accurate knowledge of local services and be able to assess the needs of clients. The MHS must be able to refer clients to other services where necessary.
• The MHS must be able to prioritise work in a pressured environment and interact well with other staff and contractors.
• The MHS must hold appropriate academic qualifications.
• In addition it is desirable that the MHS have recent experience or training in social housing delivery; property management; conflict resolution, mediation and negotiation.
For a full application pack or to discuss this position please contact Katy on 02 8966 9911. You can apply online.
Make a Positive Contribution To The Lives OF Others
* Opportunities available across NSW * Are you self motivated and enjoy working with people from a diverse background? Working in a fast paced, challenging environment no two days are ever the same. Providing advice & assistance to jobseekers & identifying & guiding them through the necessary steps to ensure employment in a suitable & sustainable environments. Currently there are a number of opportunities available with Job Network, whether you are an EC, JST, JPO, PSP or a Site Manager. The ideal candidate will demonstrate the following:
* Passionate about the industry & assisting clients
* Ability to meet KPI’s & targets
* Genuinely want the make a difference to the lives of others
* Can identify/resolve the barriers facing the unemployed
* Ideally you have a minimum 1 years experience within Employment Services however this is not essential. If you aren’t currently working within the industry, please include in your cover letter ‘Why you wish to enter the Employment Services industry’. If you wish to register your interest please contact Varteni on (02) 8272 0700. Alternatively email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. After hours calls are welcome on 0448 880 029. You can apply online.
Horizon Theatre Company in conjunction with The Canterbury Bankstown Community Harmony Round Table requires actors (males between the ages of 16 & 65 and females between the ages of 20 & 65) from diverse backgrounds to perform (and possibly sing) in a community based professional production called “TALKBACK”. For an information package or to book an adution timeslot call Maddy 9750 9567 or Myriam 8255 6781
Audition dates: 2nd and 9th of December, 12 – 4pm. Stage hands also needed!! Applications close 19 December. You can apply online.
Relationship Manager – Saver Plus Program – Campbelltown
* Community financial education program * Generous salary packaging available. The Benevolent Society is part of an exciting financial Inclusion partnership with the ANZ, The Brotherhood of St Laurence, Berry St and The Smith Family. Saver Plus is a matched savings and financial literacy program assisting individuals and families to save for educational costs. Participants join the program, set a savings goal, start saving a regular amount, attend financial literacy workshops and then have their savings matched dollar for dollar (up to $1000) to spend on education related costs. This position is based in Campbelltown and involves travel across the Macarthur and Illawarra areas. Applicants will have:
o An understanding of adult learning principles and practice
o Facilitation/ training skills
o Communication skills including: networking and consultation.
o An understanding of Issues leading to financial exclusion for vulnerable groups.
o Experience in engaging and working with diverse individuals, groups, community organisations and networks.
o A current driver’s licence and own vehicle required
View the position description at www.bensoc.org.au or phone Catherine Lyons-Crew on 9130 2381 or 0408 970 106. Applications must address key selection criteria. Please send applications to: Catherine Lyons-Crew, Manager Financial Inclusion program, PO Box 171, Paddington NSW 2021 or email email@example.com. Applications close: Monday 18th December 2006.
Special Educator (ECI)
Applicants should have: Qualifications in Early Childhood and/or Special Education. Sound knowledge of early childhood development and best practice in early childhood intervention. Experience in working with young children and families from diverse backgrounds. Ability to work in a team.
Current driver’s licence. Use of own car essential. Attractive salary package. Closing Date for Applications: 12th January, 2007. Please contact Head Office for further information, 9807 9700, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website www.lifestart.org.au
Apply in writing to: Director Program and Service Delivery, Lifestart Co-operative Ltd., PO Box 3277, Putney, 2112. You can apply online.
Project Coordinator – Blacktown – Community Programs – 6 mth contract
A “hands on” project officer is required to coordinate special community projects to ensure project funds are being utilised and community projects are being delivered by local government clients. Suitable applicants will have good communication skills and may have experience gained in a local or state government, non for profit or human service agency. You will be working with local government clients to assist in ensuring the delivery of behavioural programs from grants and undertake evaluations of the effectiveness of initiatives and report of project and budget outcomes. For more info please apply, quoting Ref. No. 2C/06335, online at http://jobs.au.hudson.com/jobsearch or by emailing your resume to email@example.com Enquiries can be made to Pat Hart at Hudson, Sydney on (61 2 82332229). Your interest will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
National Communications Manager – Melbourne or Sydney-based
• Lead a national team to devise integrated campaigns • Marketing communications focus • Iconic environmental not-for-profit organisation
The Wilderness Society (TWS Inc) is a national, community-based, environmental advocacy organisation whose purpose is protecting, promoting and restoring wilderness and natural processes across Australia.
Managing a national team you will create and implement strategic communications plans across the organisation to meet the needs of Membership, Fundraising and Campaigns. You will have extensive marketing and brand management experience and be comfortable with overseeing production of electronic, print and video media channels. You have previously managed creative production teams, and worked with a range of stakeholders to devise cutting edge communications’ strategies and products. Contact Heather Knights or Richard Green on 02 8243 0570 or send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can apply online.
MAJOR GIFTS MANAGER – Not-for-Profit Organisation – Sydney
* Help Fund Vital Medical Research * Salary pkge guide: $70-85K neg
An enthusiastic, energetic and career-minded person will find this unique opportunity THE one! Ideas and creativity, with a passion for over-achieving goals, are key attributes in the ideal candidate. Reporting to the Head of Marketing, the following contributions are needed for this already thriving, supportive team:
* Identify major gift sources; develop and establish a national program to raise money for medical research
* Develop and steward relationships with major donors
* Define and implement associated campaigns
* Work closely with senior management and international counterparts to drive your new strategies forward to their full potential.
The ideal person to fulfil this responsible role will have:
* 3 – 5 yrs or so in a similar function – ready for the next challenge up the career ladder
* Previous accountability as a major contributor to funds development
* Confidence in ability to retain, and grow, financial benefactor commitments for the long-term
* Genuine passion for maximising and nurturing relationships with major donors, and collaborating with colleagues
* Ability to travel up to 50% as needed.
Please submit your resume NOW in strict confidence (stating availability / notice period) to: Sue Matthews, Director – Client Services, ANR – Australian National Recruitment, North Sydney. Email: email@example.com Tel: (02) 9959 3311 fx 9959 4908. You can apply online.
Fundraising Manager – NGO Recruitment – Children’s Hospital, Westmead
* A salary package designed to attract very successful fundraisers
* One of the top fundraising opportunities in Australia
The Children’s Hospital at Westmead is the largest highly respected paediatric centre in NSW providing excellent care for 50,000 sick children annually from NSW, Australia and across the Pacific Rim. The $20 million fundraised annually provides significant services for these children and their families in a family-focused healing environment. Drive new income by harnessing the support of philanthropists, corporates, community groups, trusts and foundations through major gifts and partnerships. Leading a team of 19 you will also encourage new & existing donors to make bequests, regular gifts and respond to appeals via direct mail, the Internet and events. You have a track record in working with and nurturing senior people to raise significant philanthropic & corporate support and in developing the value of large supporter bases of individual donors. Your donor care and staff management skills will also be highly developed. You can contact Richard Green on 02 8243 0570 or send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can apply online.
Fundraising Co-Ord – Part-time – St. Marys Cathedral
An experienced fundraising person is required to implement, co-ordinate and develop fundraising strategies for its conservation office. The ideal applicant must be enthuisastic in fundraising and must maintain confidentiality. A good level of communication skills and a sound knowledge of Microsoft Office are essential. An understanding of, and
commitment to the ethical practice consistent with the policies and ethos of the Catholic Church is desirable. 9am-5pm 2 days p.w. Send applications to: The Dean, St Marys Cathedral, St. Marys Road, Sydney 2000. For enquiries 9220 0411. Email: email@example.com. You can apply online.
Business Development & Research – Inner City Location
* Leading Children’s Charity * Passionate & Professional team
Your passion for disadvantaged children will be the driving force for your success in this exciting Business Development position. Reporting to the Marketing Manager, Corporate & Special Projects you will be responsible for further developing the relationships and partnerships within the corporate sector. The objective of the role is to increase income and support from Corporates across a range of business opportunities. Essential skills and experience include:
* Superior interpersonal and communication skills
* Successful track record in corporate client relationship building and sales
* Successful track record in corporate or fundraising proposal writing with an ability to creatively package solutions.
* Well developed presentation skills Successful track record in taking clinical unemotive information and making it emotive both in writing and presentations
* Sound knowledge of marketing principles and practices
* A passion for the welfare of children
* Highly computer literate with MS2000 Word, Power point and Excel
A current driver’s licence is essential. This is an urgent requirement. If you are excited about creating a positive difference in the lives of disadvantaged children and you possess the relevant experience required please contact Cheryll without delay on 0404 094 799 or email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can apply online.
Donor Development Manager – Inner Western Sydney
This organisation aims to ensure people who are blind or vision impaired access and fully participate in all facets of life. Reporting to the Fundraising Manager, this is an excellent opportunity to apply your relationship building skills engaging with valued Donors and ensuring their continued support. Managing a team of four, you will assist in the development and oversee implementation and administration of re-activation, retention and development activities for Donors across a range of marketing channels. You clearly demonstrate your outstanding interpersonal and administrative skills in areas of Researching, Developing and Managing new strategies. In addition, your strong Database Administrative experience will ensure effective management of the Data Entry Functionality. Skills and Attributes required include:
* Relevant tertiary qualifications in marketing, social marketing or fundraising
* Minimum 3 years experience in fundraising, preferably around Donor relations/development
* Exceptional written and verbal communication
* High level analytical skills with the ability to interpret statistical information
* Proficient in MS Word, Excel, Power point
* Experience in Database administration
A current driver’s licence is essential. You can apply online.
This is an urgent requirement. If you are excited about a fresh opportunity using your strategic and inspirational capabilities and you possess the relevant experience required please contact Cheryll without delay on 0404 094 799 or email your CV to email@example.com
Funding Relations Manager – Inner Western Sydney
The vision of this organisation is to ensure people who are blind or vision impaired access and fully participate in all facets of life.
The Successful Candidate: A charismatic individual with a creative and fresh approach to Corporate Social Responsibility! The purpose of the role is to develop strategies and marketing plans for the organisation to maximise financial support from the corporate sector and major individual donors. Your passion, drive and tenacity will be utilised to its full extent with this exciting opportunity. In addition, your successful track record in business development and the ability to sustain long term strategic relationships will be well regarded. A highly personable and polished communicator with business development and marketing experience within the not for profit sector is sought. Reporting to the Fundraising Manager, you will develop and nurture relations within the corporate sector as well as identify and implement strategies to acquire and retain potential major supporters. Essential Skills and experience required include:
* Formal relationship marketing, sponsorship development, qualifications or equivalent
* Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
* High computer literacy in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power point and relationship database software
* Strong understanding of Income Generating Strategies
* Ability to plan and implement strategic programs
* Successful track record in corporate client relationship building and Individual Philanthropic Giving in the Not for Profit sector
* Successful track record in corporate or fundraising proposal writing with an ability to creatively package solutions.
* Well developed presentation skills
* Sound knowledge of marketing principles and practices
A current driver’s licence is essential. This is an urgent requirement. If you are a talented networker and influencer who relishes the challenge of carving out success in a highly competitive fundraising environment then don’t delay in contacting Cheryll on 0404 094 799 or email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can apply online.
Corporate Partnerships Manager – $60k package – Central location
Become part of a friendly and dedicated team. Centrally located, this leading charity is committed to safeguarding the lives of thousands of abused and neglected children. In order to maximise all opportunities, the Marketing Department is seeking an experienced, motivated and confident Corporate Partnerships Manager with a strong grasp of new business development and CSR to join their friendly yet dedicated team. Reporting to the Marketing Manager, your primary responsibilities will include:
* Developing and implementing a corporate partnerships plan to maximise fundraising opportunities
* Identifying and developing new initiatives and relationships with new corporate partners
* Maintaining existing relationships and continually looking for creative ways to maximise income generation and awareness opportunities
* Devising emotive and compelling proposals to new and existing partners
Applicants must have previous sales experience and a solid understanding of Corporate Social Responsibility and the benefits of developing multifaceted partnerships. A background in charity fundraising or marketing will be highly regarded but not essential. You must be an exceptional communicator with highly developed interpersonal skills and an ability to develop strong relationship. Finally, you must be a creative thinker with an innovative and energetic approach to work and posses solid skills in developing and strengthening key account partnerships and maximising new business opportunities. On offer to the right candidate is a competitive remuneration package, a professional yet fun, friendly, passionate and dynamic team, an autonomous role with huge potential and the opportunity to help seriously disadvantaged children. You can apply online.
Executive Officer – West Ryde – $58,187 neg.
The NSW Huntington’s Disease Association is a community organisation, which provides support to people with Huntington’s Disease, their families and carers. A committed, capable and experienced person is required to manage the Association’s operations throughout NSW and the ACT. The application package may be obtained from the website (www.ahdansw.asn.au), or requested by email (email@example.com) or telephone (02 9874 9777). You can apply online. Applications close 22 December 2006.