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

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. The role is part of the Communications and Fundraising leadership team. Read the PD.

Digital Licence Advisor

Reporting to the DL Product Manager, the Digital Licence Advisor is a member of the Program Delivery team and has accountability to support the delivery of the Digital Licence strategy across the Foundation. This role works with the DL Product Manager to ensure the DL is effective in delivering to the needs of children, young people and schools. The role requires regular travel within Victoria and interstate, delivering sessions to teachers on how to use the product. Read the 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.

Senior Advisor, Bullying

Reporting to the Manager Research & Advocacy, the Senior Advisor, Bullying is a member of the Program Design, Innovation & Advocacy group and has accountability to support the delivery of the Program Design, Innovation & Advocacy agenda 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.

Business Support Officer

Reporting to the Head of Business Management, the Business Support Officer is a member of the Operations Group and has accountability to support the delivery of the Foundation's strategy across the Foundation, including the delivery of the Operations business plan, the achievement of optimal service outcomes and achievement of the agreed targets. 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.

Project Manager Media Literacy

Reporting to the Head of Program Design, Innovation & Advocacy, the Project Manager Media Literacy has accountability for developing, implementing and operationalising a new program of work helping Australian school students (12-14 years old) to navigate on line resources and critically assess sources of information to ensure they are discerning and informed media consumers.

The purpose of the role is to successfully drive outcomes and targets for this project. This position will also play a role bringing together key stakeholders (including our funding partner) as part of an advisory group. Read the PD.

Senior Children's Therapeutic Practitioner - Wangaratta

Reporting to the Manager, Children Ahead Program, the Children's Therapeutic Practitioner is responsible for the delivery of therapy and case management to children who have experienced trauma or violence. This is a sole position and is based in Wangaratta, co-located with another agency. Provision of support and supervision to the position will be provided monthly by the Manager of Children Ahead in either Wangaratta or in Melbourne. Other occasional travel to Melbourne may be required such as attendance at training or planning meetings. Read the PD.

Lead, Program Design & Implementation

Reporting to the Head of Knowledge and Innovation, the Lead Program Design & Implementation 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.

Senior Advisor, Youth Online Experience - Part Time

Reporting to the Head of Knowledge and Innovation, the Senior Advisor, Youth Online Experience is a member of the Knowledge and Innovation team and has accountability to support the development and delivery of the Foundation's strategies relating to online access and activity across the Foundation including the delivery of the Knowledge & Innovation business plan. 

The Senior Advisor, Youth Online Experience has accountability to identify and curate global, local and internal research and analysis to develop insights that support the development of strategies and opportunities for the Foundation relating to understanding and experience of the issues and trends relating to children and young people especially as it relates to technology and the online world. This role is the go-to-person for the Foundation's position across these areas. Read the PD.

Corporate Development Specialist

Reporting to the Corporate Development Manager, the Corporate Development Specialist is a member of the Communications and Fundraising team and has accountability to support the delivery of the Corporate Partnerships Strategy across the Foundation including the delivery of the corporate acquisition and retention plans. 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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