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Community Impact Officer

Community Impact Officer

Job Title: Community Impact Officer
Job Type: Permanent, Part Time
Location: Lismore & Far North Coast, NSW Other
Industry: Charities
Salary Detail: $62,000- $72,000 + Super FTE
Reference: 3254648
Contact Name: Rebecca Robinson or Victoria Nankivell
Contact Email: rebecca@beaumontpeople.com.au

Job Description

  • Part-time, 30hours / 4 days (flexible)
  • Min. 3 year contract
  • $62k - $72k FTE + Super
  • Based in picturesque Clunes, close to Bangalow & Lismore
  • Newly created role commencing June
The Organisation
Northern Rivers Community Foundation (NRCF) is an independent philanthropic foundation improving the lives of those who are in most need. NRCF connects people and communities to tackle challenging social and environmental problems across the seven shires of the Northern Rivers from Tweed to Grafton.

The Role
The Community Impact Officer will support the delivery of NRCF's grant programs in Northern Rivers NSW and manage the region's first Vital Signs research project

NRCF is currently managing six grant programs, which represent over $480,000 in funding across 46 projects. The Community Impact Officer will support the 45 community organisations delivering these projects, as well as measure the outcomes and impacts of these projects on community wellbeing.

The Vital Signs research project uses community knowledge to measure the vitality of communities - gathering data and publishing accessible reports on significant social and economic trends. The Community Impact Officer will drive this project and support NRCF’s Marketing & Engagement Officer, to lead the new ‘Vital Conversations’ events platform to ignite community cooperation & action around the challenges this region faces.

Your skills & attributes
  • Experience measuring impact on grant programs
  • Confident gathering, interpreting, and delivering data research projects
  • Demonstrated experience coordinating Steering Committees
  • Professional and personable in your approach to community and partner engagement activities
  • Exceptional communication skills; both written & verbal
  • Confidence in outreach and engagement with a variety of people
  • Ability to work autonomously & collaboratively within a small team
  • Passionate about representing community voices
  • Intermediate Microsoft Suite Skills
  • Flexibility to travel around the region regularly
To apply for this unique role please send your resume and a covering letter addressing the above, “Skills & Attributes” through the ‘Apply’ function.

For any specific enquiries you can call Rebecca Robinson or Victoria Nankivell on 02 91339322 or email rebecca@beaumontpeople.com.au or Victoria@beaumontpeople.com.au
Beaumont People leading the recruitment of this role on behalf of NRCF. Please direct all applications and enquiries through the above contacts.