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 and valuing difference, inclusion, friendliness and caring in our workplace, and look for new employees who demonstrate them.

Current employment opportunities

Corporate Partnerships Manager

Reporting to the Head of Fundraising, the Corporate Partnerships Manager is a member of the Fundraising and Partnerships team and has accountability to support the delivery of the Foundation’s Funding Strategy through managing and supporting the effective development of internal and external stakeholder relationships.

The Corporate Partnerships Manager will work closely with the other leaders in the Fundraising and Partnerships team, Office of the CEO, the Senior Leadership Team and the Programs team. View the full position description here

Send your completed application to careers@amf.org.au

eSmart Advisor - Queensland 

Reporting to the eSmart Manager, the eSmart Advisor is a member of the Program Delivery team and has accountability to lead the delivery of a suite of eSmart programs including eSmart Schools, eSmart Connect and eSmart Digital Licence in up to 100 funded schools in Queensland.

The role will be based in Brisbane and reports to the eSmart Manager via telephone/webchat as it is not physically co-located with any other team member. Regular state-wide travel is required to provide direct, hands-on support to school teams through training, presentations and ongoing guidance via face to face, telephone and online sessions. It is important to have an understanding of the diverse geography of Queensland, and how this is reflected in the diverse nature of Queensland schools.

This position is part of the team responsible for driving the Foundation’s eSmart programs in over 2500 Australian schools. Implementing eSmart programs helps a school in building a supportive and connected social environment, one that promotes pro-social behaviours and reduces risk factors for anti-social behaviours such as bullying and cyber bullying. 

View the full position description and apply here 

eSmart Advisor - Tasmania

Reporting to the eSmart Manager, the eSmart Advisor is a member of the Program Delivery team and has accountability to lead the delivery of a suite of eSmart programs including eSmart Schools, eSmart Membership, eSmart Connect and eSmart Media Literacy Lab in funded schools in Tasmania.

This Tasmanian role will ideally be based in the Hobart region and reports to the eSmart Manager via telephone/webchat as it is not physically co-located with any other team member. Regular state-wide travel is required to provide direct, hands-on support to school teams through training, presentations and ongoing guidance via face to face, telephone and online sessions.

This position is part of the team responsible for driving the Foundation’s eSmart programs in over 2500 Australian schools. Implementing eSmart programs helps a school in building a supportive and connected social environment, one that promotes pro-social behaviours and reduces risk factors for anti-social behaviours such as bullying and cyber bullying. 

View the full position description and apply here

TraCS Family Practitioner - Northern Suburbs of Melbourne (Hume) 

In an Australian first, $55.3 million in school readiness funding is being progressively rolled out across Victoria, amounting to a 10 per cent boost to total kindergarten funding by 2021. School readiness funding will help more children to start school developmentally on track. The funding enables individual kindergartens to purchase specialist supports from a menu of services approved by the Department of Education. The TraCS service is included on this menu, allowing kindergartens to procure the TraCS service to build their capacity to work with traumatized and vulnerable children, strengthening the impact of their existing programs.

Reporting to a TraCS Program Manager, the TraCS Family Practitioner will work closely with the TraCS consultant, educators and other early childhood staff working with children aged 3-5 years in kindergartens and early childhood services. The role is based in the outer northern suburbs of Melbourne (Hume) with travel regularly required to early childhood centres across the region and periodically to the Foundation’s Head Office in South Melbourne.

View the full position description and apply here. 

Childhood Trauma Consultant - Western Suburbs of Melbourne 

In an Australian first, $55.3 million in school readiness funding is being progressively rolled out across Victoria, amounting to a 10 per cent boost to total kindergarten funding by 2021. School readiness funding will help more children to start school developmentally on track. The funding enables individual kindergartens to purchase specialist supports from a menu of services approved by the Department of Education. The TraCS service is included on this menu, allowing kindergartens to procure the TraCS service to build their capacity to work with traumatized and vulnerable children, strengthening the impact of their existing programs.

Reporting to a TraCS Program Manager, the TraCS Consultant will work closely with the educators and other early childhood staff working with children aged 3-5 years in kindergartens and early childhood services. The role is based in the outer western suburbs of Melbourne with travel regularly required to early childhood centres across the region and periodically to the Foundation’s Head Office in South Melbourne.

View the full position description and apply here. 

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