About the role
The Director Development is responsible for leading the philanthropy program at QUT with strategic input into the Advancement strategy. This role leads a team of fundraisers and is responsible for developing a high performance team to deliver on the philanthropic priorities – QUT Learning Potential Fund, Health and Wellness, Entrepreneurship, Environment and Indigenous – over the next three years.
Reporting to the Executive Director, Advancement, the Director Development works closely with the Director Alumni and is a member of the senior management team.
To be successful in this role, you will have proven major and principal gift fundraising experience combined with the ability to develop proposals and create innovative cultivation and solicitation strategies. Team leadership skills combined with your ability to think laterally are also essential.
Candidates with transferable skills gained within a business development and/or relationship management role are also encouraged to apply.
About the organisation
QUT aspires to provide outstanding real-world education through physical and virtual learning environments and innovative courses that lead to excellent outcomes for graduates living in a diverse and complex environment characterised by rapid, transformative change.
The University’s real world research priorities focus on being a globally leading university that delivers solutions to the challenges of today and of the future through high impact, transdisciplinary research in partnership with end-users, leveraging QUT’s deep technological strengths and aligned to human capital and innovation needs of the economy.
QUT’s Gardens Point campus is located at the gateway to Brisbane's CBD, alongside two city bridges that span the Brisbane River and the lush City Botanical Gardens. It enjoys the luxury of a semi-tropical climate, an outdoor lifestyle and warm weather year-round.
How to apply
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Please quote in application: Director Development via Pro Bono Australia.