Since the world renowned Franklin River campaign The Wilderness Society has become Australia’s most successful nature conservation organisation. Its campaigns have helped protect and restore precious areas such as Kakadu, Daintree, Shelburne Bay and the forests of south eastern Australia. More recently, campaigns have been undertaken for new laws to control land clearing and to protect wild rivers within Qld.
This State Campaign Manager position will lead and coordinate the activities of The Wilderness Society Queensland, playing the central role in campaigns and strategies to protect Queensland’s Wild Places and with particular focus on the leadership of the Far North Qld Wild Country Campaign.
You will have a track record in successfully directing and undertaking a range of campaign, staff management and organisational development functions as well as demonstrated commitment to the protection of the natural environment. Other requirements include a solid understanding of the Queensland and national political environment and electoral politics and well developed networking, advocacy and negotiation skills.
So, if you are passionate about protecting Queensland’s Wild Places and have the skills to combine strategic planning and coordination of campaigns with day to day staff and organisational management, please contact Louise Furlong on 07 33030218 or send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’d like to utilise your highly developed interpersonal and relationship building skills then look no further! This very well known Australian organisation is looking for a capable and highly motivated individual to take this 6 month maternity leave contract on with a view to extending after the 6 months. Without a doubt a brilliant role for someone who is tenacious, proactive and wanting to work in a diverse role where your efforts will make a difference!
The primary purpose of this role is to generate the agreed budget in Qld by building and managing mutually beneficial relationships with community organisations and individuals. This role also project manages key community fundraising events. Your duties will be varied and shall include:
• Raise funds from community orientated activities
• Build and develop strong relationships with organisations, associations and clubs
• Maximise the benefit to the organisation of events whilst growing positive relationships with organisers and sponsors
• Increase organisation awareness
• Ensure satisfaction of current and new community based partners by providing appropriate and timely service delivery
• Effectively follow up leads from the team and Board
• Other general associated duties.
To secure this sought after and very unique role you must enjoy working closely with people and have the ability to build long term relationships. You will be process driven, have excellent follow up and strong attention to detail. Sound project and budget management experience is essential as are your negotiation skills. Ideally you will come from a business, marketing or sales background. It goes without saying you will be organised, possess a commercial focus and have the ability to relate well to a diverse range of people at different levels. Most importantly you must be able to work effectively as part of a state and national team. Salary will be dependant upon skills and experience up to $50,000 + super. Hours – 8.30am to 5.00pm.
In return you will be offered a truly unique culture and you will be part of this organisation that makes a difference – a big difference to the lives of many children! Apply now if you’d like to be considered.
Every day, the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation (RCHF) is working wonders for sick and injured kids. Since 1986, our investment of more than $120 million has resulted in ground-breaking virus detection, life saving research and the provision of volunteer and entertainment services – helping the Royal Children’s Hospital to provide the best in medical care and support services to the children and their families when they need it most.
“Our passion for working wonders draws together people who want to make a difference and create something truly meaningful.” – Karenlee Spillane, CEO.
If you would like to be part of the team that contributes to making this happen, then read on.
The RCHF is currently recruiting for a part-time Web Master for our MarComms department. The MarComms team provides Marketing and Communication services to assist the Foundation’s fundraising efforts.
Reporting to the Creative Manager, the Web Master will play an integral role in creating and maintaining content and design for the RCHF website and intranet. Further information about the role is available in the Position Description which can be viewed via the Employment page of our website.
To be successful in this role you will have design, web development or similar qualifications, at least 2 year’s experience in website design and content management, and excellent design and people skills. A market based salary package will be negotiated with the successful candidate, commensurate with your skills and experience.
If you believe you have the drive, ability and passion to help us work wonders for sick kids then apply by clicking the Apply Now button below, or visit the Employment page on our website by 17 July 2007.
The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation is committed to child safety. The Commission for Children and Young People Act 2000 (QLD) requires that people who work with children in certain categories of employment undergo the ‘working with children’ check. All RCH Foundation employees must be eligible for a Blue Suitability Card, issued by the Commission. The issue and maintenance of a positive suitability notice could be a requirement for continued employment at the Foundation.
To apply please click on the “Apply” button below and complete our online application form.
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Contact Onetest on 1300 137 937.
Relationships Australia Queensland (RAQ) has been providing counselling and education services to Queensland and northern New South Wales families for over 56 years.
The organisation offers relationship support to people regardless of age, religion, gender, cultural or economic background. RAQ is committed to enhancing the lives of communities, families and individuals and supporting positive and respectful relationships.
Due to expansion and growth, RAQ is currently seeking a Youth Support Facilitator to join their team, working from RAQ’s Mt Gravatt office. The aim of this role is to provide a range of services and assistance to disengaging students (15-17 years old) and their families to ensure the continued engagement of young people in schools and training institutions.
The organisation offers you:
* An extremely satisfying and fulfilling role, within a supportive team environment
* An attractive remuneration package, negotiable based on qualifications and experience
* Generous salary packaging, which can increase your take-home pay by up to $100 per fortnight
* Assistance in professional development and career expanding opportunities
If you enjoy working with families and children, and would like to make a real difference in the community by helping others, this is the role for you!
Are you a project manager with a background or passion for sustainability?
The Packaging Stewardship Forum (PSF) was established in May 2006 and aims to increase government, industry and community understanding of resource recovery and litter management issues regarding food, grocery and beverage packaging.
The Forum is now opening an exciting role whereby you will need to formulate, harmonise and implement strategic resource recovery and litter prevention policies.
* To engage with stakeholders to achieve common ground/ shared outcomes.
* To soundly promote and represent the PSF’ s vision and objectives.
* Proven experience to manage and coordinate projects.
* Marketing and business acumen.
* Negotiation skills.
* Ability to be a team player and motivate.
If you hold the above mentioned skills and relevant tertiary qualifications you are welcome to apply. Qualifications and/or experience in the waste management, resource recovery and/or environment industry are highly regarded but not essential.
For further information please contact Désirée Lucchese on Tel: (02) 9957 3600 Alternatively, send your resume and a cover letter to: email@example.com. Level 3, 80 Mount Street. North Sydney, NSW 2060.
Our client is one of the largest not-for-profit/human services organisations in Australia and a household name. With a history spanning almost 100 years and a strong network of dedicated volunteers across the country, their strong brand and code of ethics attracts those who want to make a difference to others people’s lives, and offers employees a true work-life balance in return.
Due to maternity leave a position has arisen within their friendly, supportive and professional office in Milton for an Executive Assistant. Supporting the Executive Director, the role involves: Diary and email management; Making travel arrangements for the ED; Administration for the Chairman and Board; Ad-hoc administrative duties as required.
To be successful in this role you will need: Previous experience in a senior support role; Intermediate MS Word and PowerPoint and 60 wpm typing; A flexible, proactive and positive attitude; A strong interest in the non-profit sector.
To submit your application, please click on the link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please call John Hibbert in our Brisbane office on (07) 3258 8394, quoting reference number BX/11936. Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
Our client is a fundraising organisation for the chiropractic industry, with a mission to support spinal research and improve wellbeing. They organise numerous conferences and events for their members and have a medium-term goal for multinational development through commercial sponsorship and international business ventures.
Due to growth a position has arisen within their small, friendly and supportive Head Office in Springwood for a Database and Communications Administrator. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the role involves: Ensuring all details on the CRM database are correct and up-to-date; Sorting and searching on the database to support multimedia communications and events; Ad-hoc administrative duties as required.
To be successful in this role you will need:
* Previous experience in working with databases
* Intermediate to advanced MS Office skills and accurate data entry
* An interest in communications management
* A positive, team-oriented attitude
* An interest in health and wellbeing
To submit your application, please click on the link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact John Hibbert in our Brisbane office on (07) 3258 8394, quoting reference number BX/11943. Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
This reputable community organisation has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Donor Relations Officer to join a growing and successful fundraising team.
This integral role is focussed around establishing and maintaining effective relationships with existing and prospective donors, with a view to increasing donation income. Reporting to the Development Manager, you will be responsible for managing the donor development program including top donor club, loyalty program, monthly pledge program, and the workplace giving program.
You will possess advanced relationship building skills, business development skills, and highly developed written and verbal communication skills. As a professional and positive team player, you will be highly organised with a strong attention to detail, and have database management experience, effectively capturing and analysing data. Ideally you will have experience in, or an awareness of, the not for profit sector.
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, to find out more about this opportunity, please contact Steve Weston in our Brisbane office on 07 3258 8302, quoting Ref No. BX/11656.
Your interest will be treated in the strictest confidence.
We are looking for 4 excellent communicators to take this opportunity and fundraise for the environment. You will be working in busy indoor and outdoor venues talking to people on a subject of high interest, offering them an opportunity to make a difference by giving an ongoing contribution.
This is a social team environment that kicks goals to secure environment protection. Regular training, workshops, and individual coaching help ensure your success.
If you have the desire to interact with the public and the motivation to do well you need no experience.
If you are an experienced sales person you can earn more.
To take this fantastic step for the future – click apply now!
Or call 1300 138 174 today!
This multi-faceted organisation is an industry leader which continues to evolve to meet the increasing community and business-driven demand for Natural Resource Management services that comply with the principles of ecological sustainability. As a not-for-profit organisation, all proceeds from commercial contracts are reinvested in community programs, R&D and ongoing restoration projects. They continually strive to form productive partnerships with all sectors of government, industry and community to deliver innovative best-practice outcomes.
This role will see you design and manage projects related to roadside vegetation management including landscaping, natural area restoration and tree pruning/removal. You will provide technical support and advice to various stakeholders, supervise the implementation of vegetation-related projects and be the liaison between the organisation, community groups, private companies and local government.
You will have a relevant tertiary qualification or significant experience in areas such as horticulture, landscape design or plant ecology. Your ability to successfully coordinate and manage multiple projects and experience in establishing effective relationships with individuals, communities and agencies to achieve successful collaborative outcomes will ensure your success in this dynamic role.
To apply, please email your resume quoting Ref. 2200 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Confidential enquiries are welcome to Sybille Goss (07) 3221 6288.
“This role is the key to improving the eye health of the community through Viertels Vision”
Our client, the Prevent Blindness Foundation is a charitable organisation that provides clinical eye care, educates eye health care providers, conducts research and finds new ways to save sight and stimulates awareness of eye health in the community. One of the major achievements of the Prevent Blindness Foundation is the establishment and ongoing funding of the Queensland Eye Institute. The Queensland Eye Institute is Queensland’s only academic eye institute and is the result of the efforts of many people and generous support of the community in particular the Sylvia and Charles Viertel Charitable Foundation.
This foundation has a fantastic opportunity for a Business Development Manager to join their team reporting to the General Manager and providing udpates to the Board of Directors. This role is developed to continue to develop and maintain relationships with the foundation’s new and existing donors and bequest base and raise vital funds to continue the foundations needed work in the community.
Based in South Brisbane, the key focus of this role will be to manage new and existing fundraising initiatives and business development opportunities. The role will also grow the foundation’s donor and bequest base and maintain relationships with existing donors. This includes overseeing all donor management, events, community appeals, community fundraising, grant applications and sponsorship activities.
The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to building the long term donor and bequest base of the foundation and the mission and objectives of the foundation. The person will have proven experience in successfully managing profitable fundraising events and sponsorship within the not-for-profit sector. You will possess excellent communication and presentation skills, well developed leadership skills, be highly computer literate and have strong time management expertise. The ability to work autonomously in this proactive role is essential.
Relevant tertiary qualifications are desirable but not essential. Our client is offering a negotiable remuneration package to attract top performers with the skills required to achieve our client’s vision and grow the organisation’s future.
To discuss this role in further detail please contact Ella Robinson in confidence on (07) 3229 6966 or to apply for this position, please forward your applications, quoting reference PBF004, on Ella.Robinson@availio.com.au or by mail to GPO Box 2268, Brisbane Qld 4001
Open Minds is a not for profit organisation providing community based support services to those with a mental illness, intellectual disability or acquired brain injury.
The QS Coordinator will be responsible for the development and accreditation of the Quality System coupled with the WH&S and service delivery risk management requirements of the organisation. The successful candidate will have experience in QS Management, preferably within a human services environment. Knowledge and understanding of Disability Service Standards and/or National mental Health standards is highly desirable.
This is a full time salaried position that reports directly to the CEO. To request and information pack which will include a position description, please email email@example.com.
All applications must provide a concise resume and a separate response which addresses the Employment Criteria contained within the position description. Toni Brearley, Communications Manager, Open Minds. (07) 3891 3711
Reporting direct to the CEO, this is a rare opportunity for a proven fundraising specialist to join our client’s rapidly growing, Non-Profit organization in a key role” Cystic Fibrosis Queensland exists to improve the quality of life
of people with Cystic Fibrosis and their carers throughout Queensland, Northern NSW and some parts of Northern Territory. The person we seek must be passionate about making a difference, with a demonstrated track record
achieving and exceeding fundraising goals.
A minimum of three years experience within a similar role within a non-profit organization is essential. Based in Brisbane, you will be responsible for identifying and setting up new fundraising initiatives and business development opportunities. This includes oversight of all events, community appeals, community fundraising, donor management and sponsorship activities. The key focus of this role is increasing our client’s growing sponsorship base and increasing monetary return through fundraising efforts. The person we seek must have a proven track record in fundraising and sponsorship within the not-for-profit sector and have an established network of contacts firmly in place. You will be a lateral thinker with exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, be highly
computer literate and have strong leadership skills, as you will also be responsible for supervising a Business Development Officer. The ability to be proactive and work autonomously, as well as part of a highly proactive team is essential.
Our client is offering an excellent salary package to attract top performers with the fundraising and new business development skills necessary to lead our client’s organization into the future.
To apply send Resumes in Confidence to Joan McDermott, Macquarie People, Suite 6, Lvl 3, 320 Adelaide St.
Brisbane, Fax: (07) 3229 9722, Phone: (07) 3229 9733 Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org