Full time role with highly regarded medical research charity, based in Darlinghurst.
Full Job Description
- Full time permanent Philanthropy Coordinator
- Outstanding opportunity to join an ambitious, innovative charity and build your experience in charity fundraising
- Competitive salary, state of the art offices, close to public transport
- Fun, collaborative and positive culture
Reporting to the Philanthropy Manager and working with the Philanthropy Officers, this vital role will support the retention, stewardship and acquisition of ‘Major Gift’ donors (individuals, families and trusts and foundations) providing specialized support and customer care expertise to the overall Foundation.
It offers the opportunity for you to execute your expert coordination and relationship building and engagement skills in conjunction with your communication skills to support the vision and direction of the Institute to its donors, ultimately inspiring support for their research. This is not the kind of role that becomes available every day!
• Manage the donor recognition program maintaining detailed records and profiles
• Collaborate with the Fundraising Team to coordinate mail outs, appeals, newsletters, annual reports and communications
- Conduct research and analysis, assist in development of personalized engagement plans
- Assist the facilitation of private tours, research updates and meetings.
- Coordinate personalized engagement opportunities and content management and updates including website content, donor profiles, intranet and other collateral such as brochures
- Personally provide specialized donor care/customer service expertise to the overall Foundation
• Tertiary qualifications in relevant field (Fundraising, Marketing, Communications, Journalism or Science viewed favorably) but not essential
• Excellent verbal, written communication skills (able to translate complex scientific and health detail into persuasive lay language.
• Event coordination experience highly desirable
• Excellent relationship building skills, professional interpersonal skills and presentation
• Self-motivated, good problem solver and enjoys managing multiple tasks and goals
• High level of computer skills (MS Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook).
• Excellent database skills, (Raisers Edge, desirable but not essential)
You will be known for your strong interpersonal, coordination, engagement and writing skills, be approachable, resilient, flexible, goal orientated with the ability to handle multiple priorities.
This role offers the opportunity to work in a social, inspiring, fast paced and positive working environment with a competitive track record in attracting philanthropic support. You'll have the satisfaction of knowing that your work has a real impact on people across Australia.
If you exude warmth, possess the highest standards of professionalism, with a can-do attitude and genuine interest in making a difference, we want to hear from you!
To be considered for this position, please send your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please apply as soon as possible as these will be assessed throughout the process
Beaumont Not for Profit has been contracted to recruit this role. Beaumont NFP is a non-profit service specialising in delivering unparalleled permanent and temporary recruitment solutions to the Not for profit sector on a Not for Profit basis