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Overview of salaries statistics of the profession "Fundraising Manager in Australia"

12 436 A$ Average monthly salary

Average salary in the last 12 months: "Fundraising Manager in Australia"

Currency: AUD USD Year: 2021 2020
The bar chart shows the change in the level of average salary of the profession Fundraising Manager in Australia.

Distribution of vacancy "Fundraising Manager" by regions Australia

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As you can see on the diagramm in Australia the most numerous number of vacancies of Fundraising Manager Job are opened in . In the second place is Victoria, In the third is South Australia.

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Talent Acquisition Manager
SMAART Recruitment, Coffs Harbour Region, New South Wales, VIC
We are on the lookout for a Talent Acquisition Manager to join a leading project management consultancy firm based in the Melbourne CBD. If you are looking for a role that can offer you variety, autonomy and freedom to be creative, then this could be the perfect opportunity for you. You will manage a team of 4-5 Talent Consultants and oversee the recruitment lifecycle for a range of exciting projects along with managing the people and culture side of the business. This is the perfect opportunity for someone wanting to take a step away from a recruitment agency but still have variety and diversity in the types of projects or roles that they work on. Your hard work won't go unrecognized with reward and recognition programs as well as yearly bonuses. This role offers an attractive salary package of up to $160k super per annum as well as a yearly bonus. The role You will be a leader in the people and culture team, working with other leadership partners across the business, along with managing a team of 4-5 talent acquisition consultants. You will work closely with your team to support your clients needs, the growth of the organization, focusing on talent search and placement, operational process improvement and providing a human centric candidate and hiring manager experience. This is a role you can make your own, while working alongside a supportive team. The company You will have the opportunity to join a leading project consultancy firm based in the Melbourne CBD. These guys are innovative and strategic in their approach with a huge focus on their clients. They are a high performing business but at the end of the day, business culture matters. They want their team to enjoy coming to work and love what they do. They promote innovation, creativity and drive Key requirements Previous experience leading a talent acquisition team, either in an in-house or agency environment Proven success in a similar role Confidence in building relationships at all levels across the business, with internal and external stakeholders Strong communication and stakeholder engagement skills Ability to prioritise workloads and work to deadlines Previous exposure to project based recruitment for the professional services industry a huge bonus If this sounds like the role for you, follow the link and apply now. For more information, you can contact Paris from SMAART Recruitment on parissmaart.com.au
Development Manager
Richmond Associates, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW
Development Manager Location. Sydney, Australia Salary. Competitive Salary and Benefits Closing Date. Friday 30th July The Centenary Institute is a world-leading independent medical research institute with a vision: to improve human health through excellence in medical research. Founded in 1989, the Institutes scientists and clinicians continue to strive for creativity and excellence in discovering improved diagnostics, treatments, and cures for cancer, inflammation and cardiovascular diseases. From its inception, the Centenary Institute believes that medical research is the best hope we have of ensuring every person has the chance to lead a healthier and longer life. The Centenary Institutes growing Philanthropy and Communications team contributes to the Institutes financial sustainability by securing philanthropic revenue and engaging with its external community and audiences. The Institute now seeks a new Development Manager who will develop and implement a sustainable major gift fundraising strategy, building a pipeline of major donors giving at the $50K level. The Development Manager will develop, nurture and maintain relationships with high net-worth individuals, corporates, philanthropic organisations, trusts and foundations to generate additional income in support of the Institutes highest priorities. A motivated self-starter with a demonstrable track record in closing gifts and meeting fundraising goals, you have the capacity to build effective relationships with a variety of stakeholders, both internal and external, to achieve fundraising outcomes. Your passion for the work of the Institute and genuine interest in elevating funding for world class scientific health and medical research is fundamental to success. For further information please contact Deann Stevens, Business Support Administrator, Australia Office, Richmond Associates on 61 2 8218 2185 or at inforichmond-associates.com. Closing date for applications: Friday 30 July 2021
Senior Fundraising Manager
Beaumont People, Sydney
Job descriptionFantastic opportunity for a relationships fundraiser to nurture partnerships with a variety of supporters while overseeing the national fundraising strategy for this impactful charity.Develop and build the national fundraising portfolio and team within a collaborative and innovative cultureFlexible working arrangements, and an inclusive work environmentMultifaceted role supporting a wide range of Australians’ in need while impacting the environmental footprint of supportersAbout the OpportunityThis is an exciting opportunity with an organisation that is changing the lives of Australians in need, creating environmental change and providing businesses with engaging corporate social responsibility strategies.As the Senior Fundraising Manager, you will bring your innovative and entrepreneurial mindset to influence the direction of the fundraising strategy and develop flourishing relationships with donors across corporate partnerships, a range of individual supporters, philanthropic grant foundations and volunteers. This is a broad role across all revenue streams with a strong focus on corporate partnerships.Responsibilities:Create an annual fundraising plan to set 3-year fundraising goals across multiple income streams that include corporate partnership income, fundraising appeals, regular giving, trust and foundations, major gifts, community fundraising, and volunteeringFocus on developing deep corporate partnerships with a range of large-scale corporatesCollaborate with the Head of Marketing and Communications to create communications and marketing materials necessary to support the fundraising plan, as well as regular communications to new and existing donorsOversee the donor database, its development and functionality to support the donor journeyAttend and speak at industry events to engage donors and develop relationshipsAcquire and steward donors across all levels of giving including individual and philanthropic bodiesWork with Founder/MD and General Manager to develop and implement appropriate impact measurement activities for fundraising, and track data and develop reports communicating results as requiredGrow your team and fundraising portfolio with the support from the Founder/MDEssential criteria:Proven success in a similar role, with success building and enriching thriving relationships with donors and developing prosperous fundraising strategies across varied channelsExperience developing and managing multi layered high level corporate partnershipsStrong written and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with donors, colleagues, and stakeholdersHighly developed relationship management skills with internal and external stakeholders that may include funders, board members and volunteersExcellent leadership and planning skills, with the ability to report on results and apply a solutions focused and innovative mindset to complex mattersOnline and digital literacy skills including proficiency in office software and digital communication software with the interest in learning new platformsStrengths in navigating data and CRM databases to develop the donor journey, (Salesforce experience would be an advantage).Ability to lead and inspire others, while contributing to and promoting a positive, happy, energetic, and productive workplaceAbility to work effectively under pressure and maintain composure in a fast paced and rapidly changing work environment.Application ProcessBeaumont People has been contracted to recruit this role on behalf of the client, therefore please direct all queries to Rosheen at Beaumont People on rosheen@beaumontpeople.com.au using the subject line: Senior Fundraising Manager enquiry via EthicalJobs.Please apply as soon as possible, via the APPLY NOW button, as applications will be reviewed on an immediate basis.
NSW Branch Manager
Oaktree, Sydney
About the role Building capacity in young people across Australia to lead, demand and create a more just world is one of Oaktree’s key three impact areas. Engaging with communities across Australia is one of the core ways we achieve this. We create programs and volunteering experiences that allow young people to realise their potential and see just what they’re capable of. The Community Engagement team is responsible for leading our work that engages with communities across Australia.  Much of this work is possible due to our state branches across the country which leads our advocacy and fundraising initiatives in schools, universities and community groups. As the NSW Branch Manager, you are responsible for overseeing the State Officers who bring these campaigns and relationships to life.  As the NSW Branch Manager, a typical day might look like:Jumping into a 1:1 check-in with the Director of National Teams to talk through this week’s goals for the fundraising and campaigning teams; Having a meeting with your State Officers to go over the priorities in their fundraising and campaigns teams, and talk through any challenges they may be facing;Providing managerial support to the State Officers and bridging their two teams;Developing and nurturing relationships with external stakeholders and partner organisations in your state;Creating team building and professional development opportunities for the Officers in your state;Organising and running events in partnership with other organisations and community members. Who we are looking for:Someone who loves working with and managing people. You understand how to manage them and how to set them up for success in their role;You have excellent written and verbal communication skills. You can talk-the-talk and walk-the-walk;You are a do-er and when push comes to shove, you get things done. You knuckle down and are not afraid of hard work;You’re a logical thinker – you can read a high-level strategy and boil it down to the actions that need to be taken to see it come alive;You can see the big picture and connect the moving parts of the different teams to create one cohesive state unit;You’re all about having fun and helping to build a strong community. We value will over skill, determination over degrees, and passion over years of experience. So go for it. Put your name forward What you will get out of it:          The opportunity to work alongside and learn from some of the best young leaders in this country;Be part of an incredible community of passionate, supportive and capable people. You will overcome challenges and grow as a person in ways you didn’t know were possible;Make a massive contribution in creating a more just world;The chance to manage people and watch them reach their full potential;Become a mastermind of management, operations, fundraising and grassroots campaigning.  Time commitment:          1-2 days a week | This is a voluntary positionApplication close:             Monday 2nd Aug 2021 11:59PM This role requires individuals to be between 16-26 years of ageThis role requires individuals to complete work onsite (Sydney) or virtuallyThis role is only available to NSW
Senior Fundraising Manager
Beaumont People, Sydney, AU
Senior Fundraising Manager    Fantastic opportunity for a relationships fundraiser to nurture partnerships with a variety of supporters while overseeing the national fundraising strategy for this impactful charity. Develop and build the national fundraising portfolio and team within a collaborative and innovative culture Flexible working arrangements, and an inclusive work environment Multifaceted role supporting a wide range of Australians’ in need while impacting the environmental footprint of supporters About the Opportunity This is an exciting opportunity with an organisation that is changing the lives of Australians in need, creating environmental change and providing businesses with engaging corporate social responsibility strategies.    As the Senior Fundraising Manager, you will bring your innovative and entrepreneurial mindset to influence the direction of the fundraising strategy and develop flourishing relationships with donors across corporate partnerships, a range of individual supporters, philanthropic grant foundations and volunteers. This is a broad role across all revenue streams with a strong focus on corporate partnerships. Responsibilities: Create an annual fundraising plan to set 3-year fundraising goals across multiple income streams that include corporate partnership income, fundraising appeals, regular giving, trust and foundations, major gifts, community fundraising, and volunteering Focus on developing deep corporate partnerships with a range of large-scale corporates Collaborate with the Head of Marketing and Communications to create communications and marketing materials necessary to support the fundraising plan, as well as regular communications to new and existing donors Oversee the donor database, its development and functionality to support the donor journey Attend and speak at industry events to engage donors and develop relationships Acquire and steward donors across all levels of giving including individual and philanthropic bodies Work with Founder/MD and General Manager to develop and implement appropriate impact measurement activities for fundraising, and track data and develop reports communicating results as required Grow your team and fundraising portfolio with the support from the Founder/MD Essential criteria: Proven success in a similar role, with success building and enriching thriving relationships with donors and developing prosperous fundraising strategies across varied channels Experience developing and managing multi layered high level corporate partnerships Strong written and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with donors, colleagues, and stakeholders Highly developed relationship management skills with internal and external stakeholders that may include funders, board members and volunteers Excellent leadership and planning skills, with the ability to report on results and apply a solutions focused and innovative mindset to complex matters Online and digital literacy skills including proficiency in office software and digital communication software with the interest in learning new platforms Strengths in navigating data and CRM databases to develop the donor journey, (Salesforce experience would be an advantage). Ability to lead and inspire others, while contributing to and promoting a positive, happy, energetic, and productive workplace Ability to work effectively under pressure and maintain composure in a fast paced and rapidly changing work environment. Application Process Beaumont People has been contracted to recruit this role on behalf of the client, therefore please direct all queries to Rosheen at Beaumont People on rosheen@beaumontpeople.com.au.    Please apply as soon as possible, via the APPLY button, as applications will be reviewed on an immediate basis.
Senior Partnerships Manager
Beaumont People, Sydney, AU
Senior Partnerships Manager Incredible opportunity for a relationship fundraiser to apply your visionary and entrepreneurial mindset and take the lead in diversifying high-touch engagement opportunities with corporate partners committed to supporting the fight to cure cancer. Join a collaborative, and vibrant team that applies C.A.R.I.N.G values into everything they do during this exciting time of growth Flexible work environment, with the option to work 4 or 5 days per week Opportunity to lead a team that builds flourishing and evolving relationships with Tour de Cure’s key partners About the Organisation Through their magical, challenging and inspirational events, Tour de Cure raises vital funds to support the boldest research, the most talented scientists and the ground-breaking projects that will have the biggest impact in the fight to cure cancer.  From humble beginnings in 2007, the Tour de Cure community has grown to become a national movement of thousands of people, walking, running, riding and swimming to raise awareness and inspire support in the dream of a world without cancer.    About the Opportunity The Senior Partnerships Manager is responsible for building innovative fundraising streams that align to the objectives of each corporate partner, and sustainably raises funds aligned with established goals.  This is an exciting career opportunity for a partnerships manager who has proven success engaging with corporates. You will be an innovator who can develop new fundraising streams and engagement opportunities.     Key Responsibilities: Identify and support the development of new opportunities with existing partners to increase their involvement in Tour de Cure to engage further with their communities Manage end-to-end relationships with allocated key partners and deliver partnership outcomes while managing internal project teams Ensure that corporate partnership revenue targets are met or exceeded, through tracking and communicating their progress to the team as required Develop contractual agreements for each partner that reflect agreed terms Inspire the Tour de Cure HQ team to innovate and deliver first class experiences Become a Tour de Cure spokesperson at corporate events and functions Collaborate strongly with all internal teams to ensure a high-touch commitment to every partner throughout their donor journey Knowledge and Experience: Proven success actively evolving corporate partnerships to ensure sustainability and diversified growth across multiple revenue streams to meet mutual goals Excellent high-level communication and influencing skills with a proactive and solutions focused mindset Leadership experience, with the ability to influence a team to strive for results while creating an enriching work environment that is values driven Advanced project management, analysis and reporting skills A passion to impact the fight to cure cancer Application Process Please apply as soon as possible as applications will be reviewed on an immediate basis.  Beaumont Not for Profit has been contracted to recruit this role.  Beaumont NFP is a non-profit service specialising in delivering unparalleled permanent and temporary recruitment solutions to the Not for profit sector on a Not for Profit basis