About the Role
This is a rare, entry level opportunity to contribute to, and learn from the passionate team at Australia’s largest philanthropic foundation.
• Build your skills & knowledge with this significant Foundation
• Contribute to and drive systemic change across health and education
• Develop your project, program and grant management experience
Strategic philanthropy has a critical role to play in delivering social impact, and the Paul Ramsay Foundation (PRF) is committed to elevating that impact to a systems level. The Foundation focuses on innovation, systems change, and a commitment to improving health and education outcomes for the Australian population. The Foundation will continue to grow and evolve, with a commitment to building an organisation that is strategic in its thinking and guided by its principles of being flexible, deliberate, practical and evidence based.
This is a unique opportunity for a graduate to develop a career path in Australia’s largest Foundation and gain an understanding of the Australian philanthropic and not-for-profit sector. Working closely with a small team, you will experience first-hand the operations of a dynamic and professional workplace, under the guidance of a passionate working group. Your responsibilities will be a varied and diverse range of grant related tasks, designed to make a real impact on projects and programs, while developing your communication, project management and system thinking skills.
In this role, you will contribute to the work of the Foundation by supporting the grants management team, providing critical thinking, analysis and insight in the development and execution of the investment portfolio. You will enjoy research and problem solving and be proactive and confident in your ability to make informed decisions and take initiative. You will be able to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing, and be confident at conversing with a variety of stakeholders. You will thrive on working in a busy and broad role and will be comfortable working in an ambiguous environment. You will also contribute to the grant related administrative function and a variety of processes that support day-to-day business operations. You will be capable of managing multiple and, at times, competing priorities, including database management and development, the establishment of an online grantmaking system and document and spreadsheet creation. There will be a variety of projects for you to contribute to and manage, including events, presentations and research reports.
You will be a degree qualified, organised, self-motivated team player, with a strong commitment to learning. You will be keen to grow and develop and have a genuine appetite for responsibility. To be considered for this opportunity, you must be able to demonstrate and articulate your commitment to social change and why you are deserving of this role. Throughout your employment at the Paul Ramsay Foundation you will have the opportunity to specialise in a particular area that will be supported via personal development opportunities.
This role is a full-time, permanent, paid position based in St Leonards and may require after-hours networking. The Grants Administrator role is an entry level position, with a view to future opportunities and career development within the Foundation.
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Please quote in application: Grants Administrator via Pro Bono Australia.