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Fundraising Coordinator-Philanthropy

Fundraising Coordinator-Philanthropy

Job Title: Fundraising Coordinator-Philanthropy
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
Industry:
Salary: Competitive salary packaging
Start Date: TBC
Reference: 2806133
Contact Name: Shonagh Dimmick
Contact Email: shonagh@beaumontpeople.com.au
Job Published: November 03, 2018 10:48

Job Description

Looking for warm, engaging individual to join well loved charity-development/philanthropy/fundraising/bequests/donor services/relations skills needed. 

  • Lewisham - parking or train available
  • Develop your skills in philanthropy and fundraising
  • Work / Life balance
  
About the organisation
This charity provides community support services for people experiencing disadvantage across NSW.
  
Role Summary
You will help to drive the development and growth of the planned giving and  philanthropy program, develop awareness and identify, manage and cultivate potential benefactors to the through a strategic stewardship and conversion program alongside a great manager. 
  
Key Responsibilities
  • Manage a pipeline of confirmed and potential bequestors through a stewardship program
  • Identify, manage and convert potential bequestors to the organisation
  • Co-ordinate a Gifts in Wills Mailing Program to develop interest in leaving a gift or legacy
  • Co-ordinate a Mailing ‘Nurturing’ Program 
  • Extend relationships by establishing and maintaining a Bequest Heirs Program
  • Initiate and maintain contact through personal visits, letters, phone calls, cards, and special events (Stewardship Program)
  • Respond and follow up efficiently to Solicitors and Trustees seeking Gifts in Wills information
  • Co-ordinate volunteer programs and volunteers to assist the team
  • Assist in running a series of targeted events at services
  
Skills & Attributes
  • Some knowledge of or interest in gifts in Wills, planned giving, major donor or similar donor development 
  • Experience in customer service, social work, advertising, account management, services or similar desirable
  • Excellent relationship and interpersonal skills
  • Maturity
  • Understanding or desire to work in Not for Profit sector 
  • Membership of the Fundraising Institute of Australia Inc. (FIA) or similar organisations is desirable but not essential
  
Benefits
  • Great exposure to internal and external stakeholders
  • Learn under an experienced philanthropy manager
  • Salary packaging
  • Great work life balance
  • Parking available   
Application Process
Please apply online as soon as possible as applications will be reviewed on an immediate basis.
 
Beaumont People Not for Profit has been contracted to recruit this role.  Beaumont People NFP specialise in delivering unparalleled permanent and temporary recruitment solutions to the Not for profit sector.