About the Role
This is a senior fundraising and events position in a large Australian charity that is in a start-up growth phase. You will get to work as part of a new and talented team of staff and volunteers driving a disruptive and fresh strategy to funding research. You will have the opportunity to make your mark in the charity fundraising and events space and make a genuine impact on our brain cancer community.
Reporting to our Chief Operating Officer, your key responsibilities will be to:
- Plan and execute end-to-end events nationally including our annual Gala Dinner.
- Have accountability for event budgets in line with CTF’s low cost operating model.
- Build relationships to secure sponsorship and support for events.
- Create fresh event ideas to drive our fundraising strategy nationally.
- Manage all aspects of community fundraising including support event organisers and encourage peer-to-peer fundraising through everydayhero.
- Supervise a loyal team of community fundraising and event volunteer coordinators.
Skills, Experience & Attributes
- Experience in managing medium and large-scale events, preferably in the charity sector.
- Demonstrated ability to build relationships with corporate sponsors, suppliers, community and other stakeholders.
- Experience with charity fundraising and marketing campaigns is desirable.
- Understanding of peer-to-peer fundraising using everydayhero (training will be available) or other online fundraising platforms.
- Displays compassion, loyalty and enthusiasm for the cause and the desire to bring hope to people affected by brain cancer.
- Excellent communication skills, takes initiative, collaborative approach to sharing of information and ideas and a genuine team player who works well with a diverse range of people.
Culture & Benefits
CTF embraces a positive, inclusive and supportive workplace culture. CTF is working towards disrupting the charity space and is building a talented team of the best people in their fields to enable us to achieve our purpose. On offer is an attractive package together with the benefits of not-for-profit salary packaging. You will have the opportunity to make a genuine difference to the lives of people affected by brain cancer and be embraced as part of Charlie’s close network.
About the Organisation
The Charlie Teo Foundation is an Australian charity founded in October 2017 by global neurosurgeon Charlie Teo to shake up the way brain cancer research is funded in Australia.
Brain cancer kills more children in Australia than any other disease and more young people under 40 than any other cancer, yet the survival rate has increased just 1% over the past 30 years.
We are working to change those numbers. The Charlie Teo Foundation runs efficiently and effectively in funding and inspiring the most brilliant and disruptive thinkers undertaking brain cancer research.
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