Careers with the Alannah & Madeline Foundation

The Alannah & Madeline Foundation is committed to employing passionate staff who bring a broad range of skills and experience to our cause.

We really do live our values of respect, responsibility, valuing difference, including others, friendliness and caring in our workplace, and look for new employees who demonstrate these values.

Current employment opportunities

Senior Advisor, Program Innovation & Design

Reporting to the Head of Knowledge & Innovation the Senior Advisor, Program Innovation & Design is a member of the Knowledge and Innovation team and has accountability to support the delivery of the program development, enhancement and innovation across the Foundation including the movement of programs through the program development pipeline and the achievement of agreed targets. Read the PD.

Grants Coordinator

Reporting to the Head of Government and Philanthropy, the Grants Coordinator is a member of the Communications and Fundraising team and has accountability to support the delivery of the Foundation’s Government and Trusts/Foundations Funding Strategy, including achievement of the agreed targets. Read the PD.

Connect Facilitator

Connect, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation’s workshop and consultancy service, has been designed to help up-skill communities in relation to cyber safety, bullying and the impact violence has on children and young people.

Reporting to Head, Program Delivery the Connect Facilitator is a member of the Program Delivery team and has accountability to support the delivery of Connect workshops to schools, workplaces and community organisations. The role requires extensive travel across metro and rural Victoria, plus some interstate travel. Regular work out of normal office hours is required. Read the PD.

Education and Community Advisor

Reporting to the Head of Program Delivery, the Education and Community Advisor is a member of the Education and Community Working Group and has accountability to support the delivery of the Schools strategic plan including the delivery of the operational plan. The role is part of the team responsible for implementing the Foundation’s eSmart framework in over 2300 Australian schools. eSmart is an organisational culture and behaviour change program, aimed at school leadership, which provides a framework for safe digital practices in the school environment. Read the PD.
 

Submit your application

To apply for an advertised position please submit your CV and cover letter addressing the requirements in the position description and why you are looking for a career with us. Send your application to careers@amf.org.au and we will get back to you.

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