CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER- Hobart
The Wilderness Society Inc has been Australia’s most successful nature conservation organisation since the world renowned 1976 Franklin River Campaign. Reporting to the Board the successful applicant will provide leadership to the National Executive Team and ensure that the Society has the organisational excellence needed to win Australia’s biggest environmental campaigns. This will involve fundraising, membership, finance, communications, administration, HR and IT. Extensive experience as a CEO or COO in either the not-for-profit or commercial sectors is required aswell as strong commercial acumen. This must be coupled with a commitment to environmental responsibility.If you are passionate about nature conservation and believe you have the skills and energy contact Richard Green on 03 9225 5225 or send your resume to email@example.com Or you can apply online.
EMPLOYMENT ADVISOR – Intensive Support
WorkDirections’ fundamental belief is that work really matters to people – it provides them with independence, enables them to make a contribution, provides them with a sense of community, and the means to achieve their dreams. The successful applicant will manage a case load of jobseekers, supporting and assisting them with their employment search; with the aim of placing as many job seekers as possible into employment, demonstrate your computer literacy, motivational skills and ability to negotiate assertively to achieve desired outcomes. Knowledge of the Job Network and Centrelink processes and experience in welfare-to-work programmes would be a plus, but is not essential.If you are interested in joining the team at WorkDirections Launceston, please send your resume and a covering letter, telling three things you could do to improve someone’s chances to employment, to Allen Bowcock. For more information about WorkDirections Australia and the Ingeus Group of Companies visit www.ingeus.com You can apply online.
MAJOR DONOR MANAGER*
Rare opportunity to work with a global human rights organisation • Are you highly energetic and passionate about making a difference? • National role based in Sydney (preferred) This is a rare and exciting opportunity for an experienced Major Donor Manager to join Amnesty International Australia, a leading Human Rights NGO independent of any government, political ideology, economic interest or religion. The Donor Liaison Manager plays a key role in the planning, development and implementation of fundraising programs in line with organisational plans and objectives. This position has specific responsibilities for Amnesty International Australia’s relationships with our high value donors, including securing financial and other support for our human rights campaigns. The Major Donor Manager also maintains our relationships with corporate alliance partners (including philanthropic foundation and trustee bodies) and supporters wishing to leave a legacy to the organisation (bequestors). Essential to the role is experience in a similar role and proven experience in: • Relevant fundraising skills and relationship management experience with targeted, high-level donors and/or major accounts. • Demonstrated success in securing significant gifts from key supporters • Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills, and high level oral and written communication skills • Ability to represent the organisation’s mission, values and projects to key internal and external stakeholders • Demonstrated marketing experience, including the ability to identify opportunities and offer creative and innovative options for advancing relationships with high value donors, bequestors and corporate entities. • Demonstrated project management skills • Ability to work effectively as part of a team nationally as well as independently in a regional location • Willingness to travel extensively within Australia This position is a national role based in Sydney and would suit an experienced Major Donor Manager or someone with relevant background and experience. For exceptional candidates the opportunity to work from Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide or Brisbane may be available If you can work autonomously with a proven ability to secure financial and other support, and would like to play a leading role in an organisation that fights for justice and helps saves the lives of individuals around the globe, please apply no later than Friday 13th April 2007. Submit your application letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.