About the role
· Work with exceptional academics, clinicians and professional staff
· Soon to commence UNSW inaugural, University- wide philanthropic campaign
Reporting to the Development Director, UNSW Medicine & Science and working closely with partners and affiliated Institutes, you will take a leading role to support the growth of UNSW’s Science Faculty fundraising program.
Responsible for the implementation of strategies to achieve significant philanthropic revenue targets you will manage a personal portfolio of approximately 85 to 100 major gift prospects. The focus is on cultivating and soliciting major and planned gifts in support of the Faculty of Science’s highest fundraising priorities in close partnership with alumni relations and development colleagues.
You are a successful major donor fundraising professional with a passion for generating support for scientific learning and research for the future of health and our planet.
About the organisation
At UNSW, we pride ourselves on being a workplace where the best people come to do their best work. We aspire to be Australia’s global university, improving and transforming lives through excellence in research, outstanding education and a commitment to advancing a just society.
Philanthropy is critical to the success of the 2025 Strategy. Beginning with the appointment of a new Vice-President, Philanthropy in February 2016, UNSW is committed to building a world-class development and engagement team that will help advance UNSW’s ambitious goals. Our Development and International Development Teams work closely with individuals, corporations, and foundations to raise philanthropic support for the university’s highest priorities.
UNSW is a powerhouse for scientific learning and research. Each year, it is the university of choice for thousands of the brightest students from around the world who want to learn from award-winning academics, access cutting-edge facilities and connect with industry leaders. Our faculty research centres include Astrobiology, Ecosystem Science, Marine Bio innovation, Quantum Computation and Telecommunications Technology, Sustainable Materials Research and Technology, Brain Recovery, Climate Change Research Centre, Evolution and Ecology Research Centre and Genomics. We are also a key player in the National Health and Medical Research Council Program in Post-traumatic Mental Health and the Sydney Institute of Marine Science, based at Chowder Bay.
How to apply for this role
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Please quote in application: Development Manager, Science via Pro Bono Australia.