Since 1984 The Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) has been one of Australia’s best known HIV/AIDS charity, addressing the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS by promoting independence and participation. This strategic yet hands-on role will develop, implement and manage the fundraising, marketing and communications strategies to achieve revenue targets. This includes establishing and managing appeals, regular giving program, bequests, events and sponsorships to fund a range of innovative services. You are a team player with extensive experience in strategy development across key fundraising activities. You are confident in managing traditional direct mail, advertising and public relations campaigns as well as web-based communications, eDMs and database marketing. Your involvement in developing relationships with donors, sponsors and partners in a not for profit or corporate environment will stand you in good stead. If you want to play a significant role in building BGF’s capacity and brand to improve the health and quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS send your resume to email@example.com or call Heather Knights or Richard Green on 02 8243 0570.
Love a challenge? Sales or team leading track record? Want to be part of the next big thing? Easy Being Green are the leading Australian environmental company tackling climate change. Due to huge media coverage we are growing fast! We are searching for energetic self starters to fill a variety of positions in team management and sales. Suited to a friendly, outgoing team player who cares about our environment and wants something just a little bit different… Our teams work Monday to Sunday in the metro area and we are currently looking for FT staff (4 shifts +). We are based out of Camperdown and are a close knit and productive team. If you think you have the desired skills, the right attitude and a great work ethic then apply now!
• Manage face to face direct sales teams
• Senior project and budget management experience
• Sydney or Melbourne based
The Wilderness Society is a national, community-based environmental advocacy organisation whose purpose is protecting, promoting and restoring wilderness across Australia.
This is an exciting new role for a senior manager with extensive experience in face to face fundraising or direct sales. It offers the opportunity to develop and grow the Wilderness Defenders donor program currently raising up to $12 million a year, with responsibility for strategic direction and management.
You are a strong leader able to inspire and motivate dynamic teams to achieve income targets. You have strong budget management skills, including setting income targets, analyzing results and developing strategies to improve outcomes. A self starter, you have significant experience in developing direct sales programs from the ground up. Use your highly developed skills to fund campaigns to save our wilderness for the future.
If you are passionate about nature conservation, grab this rare opportunity. Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Heather Knights on 02 8243 0570.
Are you a people person with excellent communication skills? We are seeking a driven and enthusiastic Community Consultant to join a leading company located in St.Leonards.
As a Community Consultant you will be responsible for communications with the community informing them about the ever-growing number of environmental and infrastructural projects. These range from major highway schemes for the RTA to complex water projects for Sydney Water.
This is a great opportunity to build on your existing skills in communication and consulting to be involved in: Proposals for new business; Face to Face communications with intervals or groups through specific project workshops; Consulting in water, transport, environmental assessment and planning fields.
If you have the above experience with the following skills: Excellent team player with the ability to work autonomously and good Social Skills; Tertiary Qualification in either Natural or Social Sciences, Communications or Marketing; Demonstrated track record in consulting, facilitating/stakeholder/community engagement; Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
A golden opportunity awaits! Further develop and strengthen you skills in Community relations! With mentoring and opportunities to grow into your field of choice, apply now to take advantage of this unique opportunity!
If you are interested in this position, please submit your CV to email@example.com.
City location, Strategic & creative position,Salary neg with experience
If you are inspired by the possibility of creating a world of difference for disadvantaged children don’t miss this opportunity! Working with a down to earth and passionate team, your expertise with Donor Management will be well regarded and rewarded with a competitive salary and flexible working conditions.
The heart of this role is to inspire people across a broad section of the community to act and give to the organisation by engaging with valued Donors and ensuring their continued support.
Reporting to the Marketing Director you will utilise your industry knowledge and experience to develop and manage the creation of strategies with a particular focus on existing Donors and gaining greater returns from these relationships.
Your well developed interpersonal skills will prove an asset in liaising with Donors, Solicitors, Welfare staff etc as you demonstrate understanding and empathy in delivering content appropriate campaigns and appeals.
You will research, develop and produce publications using your superior written communication skills and enjoy utilising a multi-skilled approach to actively undertake a range of duties.
Skills & Experience Required:
* Applicable tertiary qualifications and/or strong employment based experience with a minimum 3 years proven experience in a similar role.
* Experience in preparing and presenting to diverse community groups
* Well developed personable skills to liaise with Donors, Solicitors, Welfare staff etc
* Creative and strategic thinking to identify and approach niche markets within the Donor segment.
* Strong organisational skills with exceptional
* Proofing/Editing skills
* Sensitive and empathic approach
* Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Donor Database Management Systems
* Holder of current driver’s licence
If you possess the above skills and experience and are looking for a fresh challenge contact Cheryll without delay on 0404 094 799 or email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
An exciting opportunity for a switched on graduate with 1-2 years experience! Would you love the chance to work in an organisation that creates a world of difference for disadvantaged children?
Reporting to the PR & Communications Manager you will assist in generating publicity with a strong emphasis on written communication. Your support role will also involve direct liaison with suppliers, consultants and contractors to organise publicity and assist with internal and external events.
Requires skills & experience include:
* Applicable tertiary qualifications and/or solid employment based experience in the PR industry
* Desirable but not essential understanding of Charity Industry
* Desirable demonstrated experience and understanding of the events industry and project management skills
* Ability to develop strong negotiation skills to gain discounts and other support for the organisation
* Ability to work in a strong team environment whilst at the same time being able to self-motivate and work without supervision
* An enthusiastic manner that is willing to undertake a range of tasks with the ability to adapt to changing circumstances and issues
* Strong organisational skills along with an attention to detail and a strong administrative base
* Supervisory skills to enable management of relationships with suppliers, contractors etc
* Holder of current drivers licence
* Proficient in PC based Windows, Excel, Word and Desktop publishing software, E-mail, Intranet,
* Knowledge of resources, consultants and support services available within the industry
* Strong written communication skills and knowledge of preparation of media releases, proposals
This is an urgent requirement so if you are excited about this opportunity and you have the skills and experience to make a success of this role please send your resume without delay to Cheryll email: email@example.com
Northcott Disability Services is seeking an experienced person to coordinate fundraising income from Trusts & Foundations, Service Clubs and CDSE funding.
This will involve writing submissions and proposals to various funding sources to support Northcott’s 51 services and programs for people with disabilities across NSW and the ACT.
Essential: Excellent time management skills; Highly developed interpersonal skills; Highly developed communication and writing skills; Excellent Microsoft Office Skills;Experience in proposal and/or report writing; Driver’s licence.
Desirable: Demonstrated experience in fundraising in a medium sized organization.
A comprehensive remuneration package will be negotiated for the successful applicant, comprising salary and tax exempt benefits and based upon qualifications and experience. You will also be joining a very dedicated and talented team who know how to have fun!
For enquiries about this position, call Lucy Brown on 9890 0100. For more information on Northcott visit www.northcott.com.au. Applications to the HR Coordinator, Northcott, PO Box 4055, Parramatta, NSW, 2124 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date: Friday, 27th April 2007. Essential pre-employment checks will be conducted.
Be prepared to use your creative genius and well rounded fundraising experience to take this Community Development role to the next level!
Located in Western Sydney our client is an innovative leader in their industry and are a passionate team dedicated to the support of people with a disability. They provide specialist programs that assist with integration within the greater community.
Reporting to the General Manager you are a successful fundraiser who will further develop the fundraising strategies to increase income from a range of existing and new funding sources. Your well developed interpersonal skills will prove an asset in liaising with all stakeholders as you raise the profile of the organisation.
Skills & Experience Required:
• Applicable tertiary qualifications and/or strong fundraising management experience in a similar role.
• Experience in preparing and presenting to diverse community groups
• Well developed interpersonal skills to liaise with Donors, Solicitors, Community Groups etc
• Creative and strategic thinking to identify and approach niche markets within the Donor segment
• Strong budget management
• Strong organisational skills with exceptional Proofing/Editing skills
• Sensitive and empathic approach
• Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Donor Database Management Systems
• Holder of current driver’s licence
If you possess the above skills and experience and are looking for a role fuelled by passion for a great cause contact Cheryll from 360HR on 0404 094 799 or email your resume to email@example.com
Do you have experience managing the community’s response to planning or environmental issues? Can you balance the concerns of the community with the need for town planning, sewage or water work changes and effectively manage the community consultation around this? Are you effective at setting the strategy but are still hands on enough to execute and deliver tactically?
This organisation is unique in its ability to combine environmental, communication and economic skills to add real value to their select group of clients. This is a progressive and forward thinking organisation, which is genuinely concerned about the environment and the involvement of the community in its clients’ projects and work to leave a tangible legacy.
So all of that is really amazing…but what do they need from you? They need communications experts to manage and deliver communication activities for water, waste and environmental projects. As such you will need to have at least 4 years of experience developing communications strategies, and direct experience responding to complex issues associated with the planning and delivery of major infrastructure and environmental projects. Specific experience communicating complex issues into laypersons language is essential through brochures, face to face consultation, and newsletter is required and previous experience working with engineers and/or town planners would also be highly advantageous. Experience working with sensitive community based issues is essential and any communications experience with environmental issues would be highly regarded.
This is fast paced and fluid working environment and you will need to have an affinity to working on several projects at once across different multi-disciplinary teams, particularly on an outsourced basis. This organisation has a relatively flat structure and you will work with people at all levels to achieve results, and be good at managing stakeholders and experienced in negotiation when dealing with challenging issues.
This is really a unique opportunity to work for a values based organisation. If you are experienced communications and community consultation and are looking for a change out of local government, then we would like to hear from you.
My client is a new NSW Government body established to manage the planning and infrastructure coordination for the land release areas in the North West and South West of Sydney. They are looking for an experienced Community Relations Manager, initially on a 3 month contract period with the view to go permanent.
The objective of the role is to engage with and inform the local community in the Growth Centers, assisting the Commission in meeting the State’s ongoing priorities for land use planning and development.
To be considered for this role you must be able to demonstrate the following:
* Experience in Community Relation / Community Consultation ideally relating to government.
* Have strong written and verbal communication skills.
* Have a high level of report writing skills
* Strong relationship building skills
To undertake this role successfully, a high level of initiative supported by sound judgment, the ability to communicate effectively at all levels and experience dealing effectively with matters that are politically sensitive and confidentiality is required.
For more information regarding this role you can contact Jenna Swan on 9200 3670 or please send your resume through.
The main focus of this project will be to identify and enhance opportunities where the local community can engage in a greater range of social and recreational activities with a primary focus on programs for children and families.
The salary for the position will commence at $979.20 per week. Successful applicants will be appointed subject to relevant employment and police checks.
A fully detailed position description, including selection criteria should be obtained in the first instance. Information is available on Council’s website www.burwood.nsw.gov.au (click on What’s New) or by phoning Council’s Community Service section on (02) 9911 9859.
Applications, addressed to the General Manager will be received until 4.30pm on Wednesday 11 April 2007. Pat Romano. General Manager, PO Box 240, Burwood NSW 1805
Local Community Partnership
Reporting to a board of community stakeholders, you will head a team of dedicated professionals who are striving to improve career outcomes for 13-19 year olds. You will bring to the role a proven capacity to engage business and think “outside the square” to create programs that target skills shortages and help youth improve their career decisions.
No particular employment or education background will have priority over another. The applicant will bring management and budgeting skills, an ability to lead a team and manage a wide range of stakeholders with different outcome requirements. Passion for improving the lives of young people in the South West Sydney region is essential.
The selected applicant will demonstrate an understanding of the National VET agenda, Structured Workplace Learning, Transitions from School to Work and the CAA Initiative. An attractive salary package will be negotiated.
Closing date 5 p.m., April 20. Enq: Ashley Cox, 0448 852 762. Application to Alison Hughes, Glenfield Education Office, Roy Watts Rd, Glenfield 2167 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
# Contract May 7th – July 27th, fixed term
# $54,500 plus super and benefits, pro rata
# 2 Weeks training provided
The federal Department of Health and Ageing is looking to recruit a project team for approximately 3 months. This team will be responsible for analysing and reviewing tender applications against the specified criteria and making decisions on their suitability to be given funding. There will be critical deadlines for this project, therefore 100% commitment for the project period is essential. The assessors will be supported by experienced team leaders and further on the job training if needed.
Suitable candidates will ideally have:
# Experience working in government, ideally involved in the allocation of funding or tender processes involving a competitive assessment
# An understanding of aged care or the human services industry
# Superior analytical or policy skills
# Excellent written communication skills
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Nicole Handsaker in our Sydney office on +61 2 8233 2221, quoting Ref No. 2C/06913
The Heart Foundation is Australia’s leading charity in the fight against heart, stroke and blood vessel disease.
The Foundation is experiencing massive growth in community support in the form of substantial donations and bequests leading to the expansion of this crucial function.
You will solicit major donations by nurturing relationships with existing and prospective supporters. You will also deliver solutions to donors who are looking to make the most significant philanthropic decision of their life – a bequest.
You will have a track record in working with influential donors in a philanthropic environment, or success in selling high value services in a corporate setting. Your confident, mature attitude, intellect and quality presentation will be important attributes in this role.
If you are passionate about community health and would like to work for Australia’s leading heart health charity, please forward your resume to email@example.com or contact Richard Green on 02 8243 0570
* Develop & maintain relationships with local surf lifesaving clubs, branches and members
* Provide support to clubs through the identification and implementation of opportunities for their future development
* Support the introduction of best practice management through the introduction of the associations Club Development Program into clubs
* Assist in the promotion of the aims and objectives of SLSNSW to the broader community
The successful applicant will have a strong work ethic, show initiative and be able to work independently as well as part of a team. They will have a positive communication style, be able to work flexible hours, have great attention to detail and a thorough understanding of Surf Life Saving within New South Wales.
Apply in writing to: Human Resources Manager, Surf Life Saving New South Wales Inc. PO Box 430, Narrabeen, NSW 2101. Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Applications Close: Wednesday 18 April 2007.
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 email@example.com.