About the role
The Western Australia Fundraising Manager has primary responsibility to meet revenue and non-revenue related targets in the Western Australian market by managing all Western Australian donors from acquisition and throughout their donor journey and empowering the WA Development Board in their fundraising efforts. The role works closely with the Head of Philanthropy to cover all aspects of fundraising in Western Australia including donors, grants from public trusts and foundations, community fundraising, corporate partnerships and the implementation of bequests and workplace giving programs in Western Australia. The role will also work with the Fundraising Coordinator to manage the data of all Western Australian Donors on the CRM.
The role will be involved in developing, regularly reviewing and executing the WA fundraising strategy in line with the organisation’s 5-Year Strategy, diversifying revenue sources and ensuring stewardship and retention of donors by providing exceptional service, experience and support. The role will ensure best practice fundraising at all times that supports the reputation and brand of THPA.
This role requires a confident, professional, mature, entrepreneurial and authentic go-getter who is highly target driven and loves connecting with people and building relationships. The person in this role must have the ability to work autonomously and have proven experience in a ‘relationship’ fundraising environment with the ability to engage with donors and prospects at all levels. The individuals will be passionate about mobilising individuals and organisations to end world hunger and will be recognised as a driving force to build revenue, reputation and relationships with our donors in Western Australia.
Currently the role is 3 days per week, with the potential to expand to 5 days based on the growth of fundraising in the WA market. Further to this, as The Hunger Project head office is based in Sydney, the individual will need the ability to work from a home office, with a view to move into a shared office space at a later date.
More information in the attached position description.
About the organisation
The Hunger Project is a global, non-religious, non-profit organisation working to end world hunger by 2030. We believe that hunger can end, and ours is the generation that can eliminate it once and for all. In Africa, South Asia and Latin America, The Hunger Project empowers people to lead lives of self- reliance, meet their own basic needs and build better futures for their children. We believe people who currently live in poverty are not the problem – they are the solution. We don’t see 795 million mouths to feed, we see 821 million human beings who are enterprising and resilient. Our work is to unlock their leadership, creativity and capacity so that they can be the key to ending their own hunger. Our programs provide training and services to village partners covering: health, education and adult literacy, nutrition, improved farming techniques and food security, micro-finance loans, water and sanitation and HIV/AIDS prevention.
How to apply for this role
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Please quote in application: Western Australia Fundraising Manager via Pro Bono Australia.