About the role
To ensure the continued excellence of its research with both local and global impact, the Menzies Institute now seeks a new Advancement Manager who will have strategic and operational responsibility of the Institute’s fundraising and engagement programs. The Advancement Manager will lead on identifying, cultivating, soliciting gifts and stewarding donors with a view to significantly building on the pipeline of donors and philanthropic income to the Institute. Leadership, further development and consolidation of the advancement team will also be a priority.
The successful candidate will present a demonstrable track record in major gift fundraising and philanthropy program management, ideally gained in the health or education sectors. Your strategic approach will be matched by your strong leadership qualities, ensuring staff are developed, nurtured and driven to higher levels of performance and collaboration.
A strong commitment to the work of the Institute and an understanding of its impact both locally and globally will be key.
About the organisation
The Menzies Institute for Medical Research is one of Australia’s leading medical research institutes, recognised for its research excellence. Menzies is proud of its mission to perform internationally significant medical research leading to healthier, longer and better lives for Tasmanians.
Over the three decades since being established by the University of Tasmania we have grown from a small and influential population health research centre to an institute with around 350 staff and research students investigating the treatment and prevention of disease through population, laboratory and clinical science.
Our focus is research with impact, relevance and translation potential into clinical practice and health policy. We work in five research themes that reflect the diseases that are most prevalent in the island State of Tasmania
How to apply
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Please quote in application: Advancement Manager - Menzies Institute, University of Tasmania via Pro Bono Australia.