Do you have a passion for fundraising?
Are you inspired by working within a supportive team to raise funds for women and families facing times of crisis?
If so, then this could be your next career opportunity to make an impact on a growing fundraising portfolio!
ABOUT THE ORGANISATION
The Women’s and Girls’ Emergency Centre (WAGEC) creates safe spaces for women and families impacted by the effects of homelessness, domestic and family violence and systemic disadvantage. We enable enduring change in times of crisis through access to safety, housing and material support. We also work with our communities to advocate for social change.
ABOUT THE ROLE
As the Fundraising Manager you will report to, and work closely with a supportive and collaborative CEO and team. The Fundraising Manager will bring their passion and hands on approach to further develop the fundraising portfolio across multiple streams that include community fundraising, corporate partnerships, and major gifts.
This role will give you the opportunity to develop and nurture relationships with existing and new community supporters, individuals and corporates who are inspired to make an impact on the lives of women and children at risk. You will also have the opportunity to develop the fundraising strategy and implement an engaging donor journey that is targeted to retain, attract and grow donor support.
This is an exciting opportunity for a Fundraising Manager who is looking to implement their creativity, critical thinking and hands on approach within a growing organisation that truly makes a difference.
To be considered for this role it is important that you have:
- Proven success and experience growing donor and community support
- Experience developing the donor journey for supporters
- Exceptional communication and internal and external stakeholder relationship management skills
- Proven experience building, managing and maintaining relationships (including making the ask)
- Excellent verbal communication skills with the confidence to engage with a wide range of stakeholders in a range of settings
- Proven strong writing skills and experience writing for a variety of audiences, including proposals, funding applications, reports
- Creative analytical thinker with a hands-on, can-do attitude
If you exude warmth, possess the highest standards of professionalism and are passionate about applying your fundraising knowledge and experience to truly make a difference in the lives of Australian children and families, we would love to hear from you!
Don't delay! Please APPLY NOW or if you require further information please contact Rosheen Singh or Nadia Pachon from Beaumont People on 02 9279 2777.