A job with a conscious. Foodbank WA, the largest food relief organisation in Western Australia.Utilise your creativity and marketing knowledge to build our fundraising programs.Foodbank gets more food to more people and has the scale and innovative programs to fight hunger in Australia everyday.We are wanting to significantly raise the profile of the organisation and build "a movement to fight hunger". We have an opportunity to join our team in a senior leadership role where you'll have the ability to make a difference through your work.Ideally suited to someone from an extensive marketing and or fundraising background, you will be key in driving forward our strategies in capital fundraising campaigns, donor giving and bequests. With a major focus on relationship building and development of fundraising initiatives, you will be called on to develop and maintain partnership engagement and retention strategies whilst leading our marketing business unit and managing the marketing and fundraising team.The role reports directly to the CEO and gives you the opportunity to utilise your previous experience in developing and implementing effective multi tiered fundraising plans. Your background includes a demonstrated ability to achieve sales targets, experience running fundraising initiatives as well as business development. You have a creative and practical approach to work and have the ability and social skills to work collaboratively with your team. Your presentation skills and communication skills are second to none and you know how to inspire others to get the best out of them.The role has an excellent salary package in line with the seniority of the position. You will be joining a supportive, proactive and innovative organisation built on people who are passionate about making positive change in Australia.
Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation
Work for the largest privately funded Aboriginal Corporation in AustraliaBecome an integral function of a growing organisationDarwin NT based | competitive package on offer | salary packaging availableEstablished in 1972, the Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation, (ALPA), started as a co-operative of community stores in Arnhem Land and has gone from strength to strength. Financially independent and not reliant on external funding or subsidies, ALPA today has grown to be the largest Indigenous Corporation in Australia with over 1,200 employees and operating in 27 remote locations across the NT and Queensland.With a vision of "unity through enterprise" ALPA now contributes to the development of local economies and Indigenous business wherever we operate. Activities include: Retail, accommodation and hospitality in partnership with local families, training and employment services through the CDP programs, construction, mechanical workshops, furniture manufacturing and homelands service delivery.About the role: ALPA is a highly regarded organisation in Darwin looking for a driven and ambitious Media and Communication Coordinator to join their fast growing team! This is a challenging and dynamic role, where you will provide your skills in public relations, social media, graphic design, stakeholder management and communications to assist in the management and development of strategies, promotions, events and media communications.Keys to your success will be:A clear track record of success in a similar role (minimum 3-5 years)Demonstrated ability and experience in the development, management, implementation and evaluation of social media, public relations, graphic design or a combination thereof.Demonstrated written communication skills with particular regard to high quality media materials, editorial content, briefs and reports.Proven ability to effectively coordinate and manage work activities independently with minimal supervision and direction, including setting priorities and working to tight deadlines.Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field of study or demonstrated experience in an equivalent roleAbout you:You will be action oriented, have excellent time management skills and be able to create innovative and pragmatic solutions to overcome challengesYou will be an effective communicator, with strong oral and written skills with the ability to confidently deliver actions, advice and recommendations to all levelsYour professional, conscientious, flexible and positive approach will set you up for success in this roleYou will be able to think and plan strategically whilst executing operational plans in a multi-site environment across multiple industry sectors.You must be able and prepared to travel in light aircraft frequently or drive long distances in what is some of Australia's most remote and beautiful country | including overnight staysCulture & BenefitsThis is a key role and an exceptional opportunity to join our values driven team at a positive time of progressive change. You will be rewarded for your contributions with a competitive remuneration package and benefits.Are you our next Media and Communications Coordinator? To find out more or to apply please contact Eve Bransgrove (Deputy HRM) at firstname.lastname@example.org.Your application should include a covering letter that details your relevant skills and experience (maximum two pages) and an up-to-date resume of no more than five pages.All applications will be treated confidentially. Agency submissions will not be considered.