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

 

Advocacy and Program Advisor

Reporting to the Advocacy Manager, the Advocacy and Program Advisor is a member of the PDIA team and has accountability to support the delivery of the advocacy strategy across the Foundation including the development of program options for Dolly's Dream, the achievement of optimal service outcomes and achievement of the agreed targets. Read the full PD.

Database Coordinator

Reporting to the Supporter Development Manager, the Database Coordinator is a member of the Communications & Fundraising team and has accountability to support the delivery of the Fundraising strategy across the Foundation including the delivery of fundraising programs in relation to all aspects of supporter development.

The role is responsible for managing all aspects of the Donor Management system (Raiser's Edge) by being our subject matter expert, this includes supporter data management, financial management and leading our internal training to ensure standards are maintained and ongoing income streams for the Foundation are secure. Read the full PD.

Supporter Development Manager

Reporting to the Head of Fundraising, the Support Development Manager is a member of the Communications & Fundraising team and has accountability to support the delivery of Fundraising the Future strategy across the Foundation including the implementation, monitoring and improvement pf fundraising programs in relation to all aspects of supporter development.

This role is responsible for overseeing and managing the strategic development, implementation and evaluation of multi-channelled campaigns to acquire and retain supporters and ensure ongoing income streams for the Foundation. Read the full PD.

Supporter Development Coordinator

Reporting to the Supporting Development Manager, the Supporter Development Coordinator is a member of the Communications & Fundraising team and has accountability to support the delivery of fundraising programs in relation to all aspects of supporter development. 
This role is responsible for supporting the implementation and evaluation of multi-channelled campaigns to acquire and retain supporters and ensure ongoing income streams for the Foundation. Read the full PD.

Manager, Information, Communications & Technology

Reporting to the Head of Business Management, the Manager Information, Communications & Technology is a member of the Operations Team and has accountability to drive and support the Technology environment across the Foundation. Read the full PD.

Early Childhood Trauma Consultant

Reporting to the Head of Care, the Early Years Trauma Consultant (TRaCS consultant) will work closely with 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 City of Brimbank with travel regularly required to early childhood centres across the cities of Brimbank and Melton and to the AMF Head Office in South Melbourne. Read the full PD.

Digital Licence Product Manager

Reporting to the Head, Program Delivery, the eSmart Digital Licence Product Manager is a member of the Program Delivery team and has accountability to support the delivery of the Digital Licence strategy across the Foundation. Read the PD.

Head of Program Design, Innovation & Advocacy

Reporting to the General Manager Programs, the Head of Program Design, Innovation & Advocacy has accountability for research, advocacy, project and initiative development and delivery. 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. Send your application to careers@amf.org.au and we will get back to you.

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