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.
Head of Business Management
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Head of Business Management is a member of the Operations team and has accountability to support the delivery of the Operations strategy across the Foundation including the delivery of the Support, Improvement and Digital Licence business plans. The Head of Business Management role is an internal customer service role with a focus on managing the internal processes and systems which underpin the delivery of our key programs. The role leads the Business Support team/function and the Digital Licence team/product and has the role of incubating Foundation initiatives. Read the PD
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.
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.
Head of Fundraising
Reporting to the General Manager, Communications & Fundraising, the Head of Fundraising is a member of the Communications & Fundraising team. The Head of Fundraising has accountability to support the delivery of the Foundation’s fundraising strategy, including the delivery of the business plan and achievement of the agreed targets. This role has accountability to develop, implement and manage the fundraising strategic plan for generating revenue and driving significant financial growth across Fundraising. Read the PD.
Cubby House Coordinator
Reporting to the Head of Care, the Cubby House Coordinator is a member of the Care Team and has accountability to support the delivery of the Cubby House Program at the Broadmeadows and Melbourne Children’s Courts, including coordinating and supporting the day to day delivery of the service, coordination with stakeholders and the supervision and support of the Cubby House Youth Workers. Read the PD.
Community Fundraising Coordinator
Reporting to the Community & Events Manager, the Community Fundraising Coordinator is a member of the Fundraising Working Group and has accountability to support the delivery of the Fundraising Strategy across the Foundation including the delivery of the operational plan, the achievement of optimal service outcomes and achievement of the agreed targets. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you.
Current volunteer opportunities
Richmond v Collingwood Game Saturday 28th July
The Foundation’s Community Partner, Richmond FC have dedicated this match to raising funds and awareness for the Foundation. We require volunteers to tin rattle on the concourse of the MCG and at the Swan St and Punt Road Intersection from 12:00pm – 3:30pm (or part thereof if you are not available for the whole shift - please advise).
This is a great opportunity if you have always wanted to volunteer but don't have time to commit to something ongoing. This is an easy, ad-hoc role which you can do with a friend or family member. Plus you will be helping make huge difference to the lives of children that have been impacted by violence.
All volunteers will receive 1 x GA ticket to the watch the rest of the game after their shift.
If interested please email email@example.com with the following info:
• Full Name
• Contact Number
• Emergency Contact’s Name and number
We will contact you closer to the date with all details & relevant information.
Our policy on youth volunteers is as follows: Volunteers aged 12 – 16 years old can volunteer as long as they have an adult (over 18 years of age) that can also volunteer in close proximity. Volunteers under 12 years old will be accepted as long as they are accompanied by a parent, guardian or other adult at all times.
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