DONOR COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER
An opportunity exists as the Donor Communications Manager for one of Australia’s most highly respected not-for-profit organisations. The successful applicant will have experience in the charity sector and possess the approach required to successfully initiate appeals and donor communication. The client will require the necessary experience to develop existing relationships and the business development skills to increase overall revenue. You will be familiar with reporting to senior management and a Board of Directors. To be successful, applicants will possess relevant qualification and experience as well as: excellent leadership, planning, communication and negotiation skills, experience in fundraising and corporate sponsorships, proven track record in achieving budget requirements, ability to think at both strategic and operational levels, ability to travel both intrastate and interstate, experience in managing membership databases. Applicants will be considered who are familiar with performing this role for a not-for-profit or have relevant experience in a commercial environment.
For more information regarding this and other not-for-profit opportunities please call Mark on 0405 191 740. You can apply online
Help reduce the effects of climate change, use your social and communication skills to work with Australia’s most successful environmental organisation and be proactive with reducing the effects of Climate Change. Advocacy focus, part time hours, full time money.Career development and travel opportunities. Call Erica from Monday onwards at 1300 138 174 or for more information visit defenders.wilderness.org.au Or you can apply online
An opportunity exists as the Communications and Fundraising Manager for one of Australia’s most highly respected charitable organisations based in Brisbane. The successful applicant will have experience in the charity sector and possess the approach required to successfully initiate appeals and donor communication. The ability to report to board level and communicate to both external and internal stakeholders is also required. To be successful, applicants will possess relevant qualification and experience as well as: leadership, planning, communication and negotiation skills, experience in fundraising and corporate sponsorships, ability to think at both strategic and operational levels, computer literacy and current driver’s license essential, ability to travel both intrastate and interstate. To discuss this or other not for profit opportunities please phone Mark on 0405 191 740 Or you can apply online
QUEENSLAND STATE MANAGER- Mens Health
The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia(PCFA), established in 1996, is today the largest organisation in Australia dedicated to helping men deal with the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer.The PCFA is a Not For Profit Organisation.As part of their ongoing growth, they are seeking a State Manager to assist the implementation of the PCFA national strategy through the effective support and coordination of the PCFA QLD Division. Key responsibilities will include: coordination and management of the state board, follow up on state board initiatives, coordination and support of request for speakers across the state, coordination and support of support groups and raising awareness events statewide. In order to be eligible for this role you will:be highly motivated to raise the awareness of mens health issues, have solid management experience including financial accountability, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be very well organised with highly developed analytical thinking skills.Previous experience in Not for Profit organisations will be well regarded. You can apply online, quoting reference number 200045935
PARENTING ORDERS PROGRAM COODINATOR / COUNCELLOR
Relationships Australia Queensland (RAQ) is a not-for-profit organisation that has been providing counselling and education services to Queensland and northern New South Wales families for over 56 years.An opportunity exists for a suitably qualified “Parenting Orders Program” (POP) Case Coordinator / Counsellor to join the RAQ Brisbane team.The purpose of this position is to coordinate services in the POP. In addition, you will promote and develop the program in the wider community.This offers you: flexible working arrangements; this is a full-time position, however part-time arrangements could be explored, an extremely satisfying and fulfilling role, within a supportive team environment;
A competitive starting salary of $46,287 plus superannuation; generous salary packaging which can increase your take-home pay by up to $100 per fortnight; and assistance in professional development and career expanding opportunities. You can apply online.
Relationships Australia Queensland (RAQ) has been providing counselling and education services to Queensland and northern New South Wales families for over 56 years. An opportunity exists with RAQ for a part-time Administration Assistant to join the Brisbane team at Eight Mile Plains.The main purpose of the role is to provide administrative assistance to all activities undertaken within the office. This will entail close contact with RAQ clients in arranging appointments, and advising of services available.The job also includes the opportunity to work within a brand new office, less than 15 minutes from the Brisbane CBD.An attractive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience will be negotiated with the successful candidate. You will work 3 days per week. You can apply online.
DONOR LIASON & BEQUEST OFFICER – City fringe location
A need has arisen in the not for profit sector for a Donor Liaison Officer. In this role you will be required to manage an extensive portfolio of existing supporters, develop and maintain relationships through telephone contact and personal visitations, identify and nurture bequest prospects from a substantial and existing database, seeking and consolidating bequests, liaison with legal professionals, co-ordination of appropriate seminars and information forums.
The right candidate will have the following skills and attributes: demonstrated skills in the development and maintenance of relationships with external stakeholder, experience in identifying and making contact and targeted clients, computer literacy, experience in written and oral presentations, current drivers licence, experience in non-profit sector (experience in bequest soliticitation or medical knowledge would be of benefit).
The successful applicant will be offered an attractive salary package plus a motor vehicle. Please email your resume to Rachel by following the link below. To contact Rachel Alekna on 07 3243 3976, quoting Ref No. 65-000010.
Or, apply online.
SENIOR CASE COORDINATOR
WorkDirections is helping individuals find new directions. The Personal Support Programme provides counselling, advocacy and referral support to people who are unemployed due to non-vocational barriers such as homelessness, drug and alcohol problems, psychological disorders, domestic violence or other significant barriers to social participation. In this role you will provide professional leadership, direction and support to a team of Case Coordinators, and manage a small caseload of clients. Providing advice to the National Manager on service delivery and programme effectiveness the incumbent will need to build and maintain relationships with key agencies, DEWR, community groups, and other PSP providers in the region. A degree in Psychology, Social Work, Social Sciences or related is a must, as is the ability to analyse complex casework and conduct case reviews with other team members. Forward your application letter addressing the above criteria and resume by COB 5 March 2007 to Celeste Galton, National Manager PSP when you press apply online.
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Under WorkDirections, as part of the Personal Support Programme, you will provide counselling, advocacy and referral support to people who are unemployed due to non-vocational barriers such as homelessness, drug and alcohol problems, psychological disorders, domestic violence or other significant barriers to social participation. A degree in Psychology, Social Work, Social Sciences or related is a must, as is the ability to work to set targets to a high performing standard. Other required skills are demonstrated success in a similar role, a flair for problem solving and thinking creatively, and excellent communication and time management skills. Eligibility for membership to an appropriate professional body is also desirable.Please send your resume and a cover letter addressing the above criteria to Carmel Brown. You can do this by applying online.
PROGRAM FACILITATOR – REGIONAL QLD
Become a genuine agent for community change, working on the “Go Forward For Men” team.Assist in making local families safer units in the community.Relationships Australia Queensland (RAQ) is a not-for-profit organisation that has been providing counselling and education services to Queensland and northern New South Wales families for over 56 years.”Go Forward For Men” (GFFM) is a successful and innovative new program funded by Queensland Department of Communities. Relationships Australia has secured funding to run this program in the Cairns area for the next three years. The quality of the program warrants the best program facilitators around – are you one of them? The main purpose of the role is to reduce the impact and incidence of male originated domestic violence. Offered to you are: flexible working arrangements: this is a full-time position, however part-time arrangements could be explored; an extremely satisfying and fulfilling role, within a supportive team environment; a competitive starting salary of $45,000 plus superannuation; the chance to utilise salary sacrifice options, which can increase your take-home pay by up to $100 per fortnight. You can apply online.
GENERAL MANAGER / OPERATIONS MANAGER -Townsville
This position requires: demonstrated professional and technical experience and success in managing a broad range of operational functions and services in a relevant industry, proven experience in managing a significant and diverse asset and infrastructure portfolio in a cost-effective manner whilst ensuring reliability and adequacy to meet customer requirements, a comprehensive understanding of program management and project management principles, including proven experience and success in the life-cycle management of multi-million dollar capital and operational projects. This role reports directly to the CEO and requires a superior level of leadership and strategic thinking.
Applications must include a resume and completion of the selection criteria. You can apply online.