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.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Director, Development & Communications is a member of the Foundation's Executive Team. This is a newly created role within a redeveloped leadership structure, designed to support our growth through 2021 and beyond, as the Foundation develops its next strategic plan.
The Director, Development & Communications leads the organisation's fundraising, marketing and communications activities. This role is responsible for the relevant strategies to grow the Alannah & Madeline Foundation's income from the public, philanthropic and corporate sectors and improve brand awareness and profile.
If you have any questions or wish to apply contact Lyndsey Walker, at Six Degrees Executive on (03) 8613 3518 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
View the full position description here.
The Alannah & Madeline Foundation offers a suite of eSmart programs to schools Australia wide, with several programs also in countries outside of Australia. The eSmart programs are a part of our Prevention in Education sector and aim to keep students safe, smart & responsible when online and keep adults informed of the latest trends and ways to empower the children and youth in their care to make informed decisions when online.
Closing date for applications is 22 June 2021.
View the full position description and apply here.
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