Donor Communications Officer
An exciting opportunity to join this worthwhile organisation within the not-for-profit sector. You will be responsible for assisting in all communications, communications planning and strategy implementation as well as website maintenance, document preparation and publishing, project management, representation and stakeholder engagement.
You will be an essential part of a dynamic Fundraising team dedicated to driving the best results for the cause. You will report directly to the Fundraising Manager who you will work with in achieving budgets.
An applicant who is eager to progress their career is sought. Please forward your resume to Mark or call 0405 191 740 for opportunities specialising in the not-for-profit sector.
The successful applicant will have experience in the charity sector and possess the approach required to successfully operate appeals and donor communication.
This opportunity is also for an applicant who has proven ability in;
The ability to report to Management and communicate to both external and internal stakeholders.
Experience in dealing with outside agencies
Enthusiastic personality and motivated to provide successful outcomes
Excellent leadership, planning, communication and negotiation skills
Familiar with using database management systems
Experience in fundraising and corporate sponsorships
Ability to think at both strategic and operational levels
Desire and Ability to travel both intrastate and interstate, if required
Initiative to operate effectively when unsupervised
Please forward your resume or call Mark on 0405 191 740 for opportunities specializing in the not-for-profit sector.
DIRECTORS (x 2)
Pro Bono role
# Commercially astute Not for Profit
# Real world contribution to global warming and the carbon debate
Greening Australia is the Nation’s largest environmental non-government organisation, with 400 full-time staff nationally and over 100 in Queensland. The business is a progressive, multi-faceted organisation meeting the increasing community demands for the improvement of our country’s natural resources. Already running several commercially successful business units, the organisation has proven its apolitical stance and relevance to the community.
Topics of climate change, biodiversity and the economic viability of land management are the issues that are often filled with passion and media hype. Greening Australia’s work is underpinned by tangible action and results, community recognition and consultation in all of these areas. Proudly committed to community empowerment and participation, and through the formation of productive partnerships with all sectors of government, industry and community, the organisation’s mandate is to lead and extend the knowledge of best practice environmental outcomes.
With the environmental pressures and community awareness of climate change rising to an all time high, the board is expecting to see the business grow several fold. Experience in growing and evolving organisations and strong governance skills will be highly valued by a board that expects strong and meaningful contribution from each director. The board seeks an additional 2 directors to help drive and foster the commitment to this vitally important work across the State. Ideal areas of expertise being sought are, but are not limited to:
• Philanthropic networks
• Science – particularly natural resources and climate change
• Government Relations and Policy
Please establish your interest with a resume and covering letter to Ian Hamilton, Carroll Consulting Group. Level 2, 545 Queen St, Brisbane or email to email@example.com quoting Ref. 2176A. Initial enquires to Ian Hamilton 0418 249 869 or direct to the Chairman, Greening Australia Queensland Ltd, Rod Douglas 0409 553 335.
Our client is looking for a candidate who has experience in a Project Management Role. You must posses management skills and have a strong background and understanding of Project work.
1. Demonstrated management skills including an ability to manage change and generate a culture of continuous improvement.
2. Demonstrated skills in implementing key project activities that support the effective provision of a range of services and activities to meet identified priorities.
3. Strategic and operational planning skills and proven ability in the development of working partnerships that contribute to improved outcomes for clients
4. Demonstrated ability to be outcome focused, to think and act strategically and the ability to address problems through the use of creative, innovative and contemporary approaches.
5. High level communication skills, including high quality written skills and a capacity to advise, negotiate and consult on significant issues with various internal and external stakeholders.
6. A demonstrated ability to:
i) Communicate effectively and sensitively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and a sound knowledge and understanding of both cultures and societies and the issues which impact upon them in contemporary society; and
ii) Recognize and articulate the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, including a capacity to effectively and sensitively consult and negotiate in accordance with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander protocol.
The successful candidate will be a fast learner, have great Microsoft Office computer skills (Microsoft Project would be a bonus) and have excellent interpersonal skills and, of course, be available ASAP. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Jade Mortlock on 07 3243 3903, quoting Ref No. 25-38327/jbm. Apply now.
* Welfare Focus
* Expanding Team
* Brisbane Metro
Exciting opportunity to join this worthwhile organisation within the not-for-profit sector.
• Develop, up-date and maintain organisation communications strategy
• Assist in developing special events and event management
• Co-ordinate the publishing of newsletters, strategic reports and communication products
• Comfortable with corporate sales activity
• Prepare marketing and communications material, edit communications content prior to publish/release for both digital and hardcopy formats
• Ability to use databases and websites
• Deliver promotional presentations to industry stakeholder groups
• Strong communication, administration and organisational skills
You will be an essential part of a dynamic Fundraising team dedicated to driving the best results for the cause. You will report directly to the Fundraising Manager whom you will work with in achieving budgets.
Please forward your resume or contact Mark for opportunities specializing in the not-for-profit sector.Apply now.
Director of Development
As an experienced fundraiser you will lead the creation of a new, exciting philanthropic strategy and significantly increase global fundraising and sponsorship activity. A proven fundraiser, you will have major campaign experience and the ability to be action oriented, innovative, analytical and results focused.
The successful applicant will understand the importance of philanthropy and have experience in major gift fundraising or industry liaison. You will have experience in marketing and fundraising and be confident communicating with a diverse range of clients.
As part of a highly collaborative team, you will drive the expansion and coordination of fundraising, relationship building and sponsorship activities. Liaison with corporate and industry partners, public relations activities, research and proposal preparation will be a daily responsibility.
Your exceptional strategic public relations, fundraising and sponsorship experience, demonstrated ability to build and maintain external relationships and engaging communication style will ensure your success in this role. Apply now.
Epilepsy Queensland is a charitable not-for-profit organisation based at Woolloongabba. We provide information, support, community education, and advocacy services for the 80,000 Queenslanders with epilepsy and their families.
To assist us in reaching our goals, we now require an experienced Commercial
Manager on a full-time basis. Working closely with the team, your role will include financial forecasting and budgeting, accountability reporting for funding and regulatory bodies, management of commercial activities which generate revenue for our services, and development of relationships with the corporate sector. To secure this challenging role you will have a broad range of relevant skills, excellent communication abilities, the capacity to work as part of a team, and a dedicated approach.
A suitable salary will be negotiated dependant on qualifications and experience. Interested? Send your application including resume via email to firstname.lastname@example.org phone 0734355000 for more information and a position description.
Originally found at Pathways Australia.