About the role
Prison Fellowship Australia (PFA) is seeking an experienced Grants & Foundations Officer to be a part of our growing national fundraising team.
This role will see the successful candidate engaging with philanthropic trusts and foundations, writing compelling proposals, working collaboratively with our state teams, and leading & implementing PFA’s grant strategy.
Prison Fellowship Australia’s national office is based in Doncaster VIC; this role will work from either our VIC, NSW or QLD offices; though flexible working arrangements and location may be a possibility for the right candidate.
This position will report to the National Fundraising Manager & will be working alongside the State manager group. The position will begin in February 2020.
An award-based remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful candidate, with generous salary packaging options available.
About the organisation
Prison Fellowship Australia (PFA) is a non-denominational Christian volunteer movement whose vision is to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with prisoners and their families. Established in 1981 out of Chuck Colson’s prison work in the USA, PFA today operates in every State and Territory of Australia. Across the country over 1100 volunteers provide prisoners with personal mentoring, in-prison life skill programs, post-release support and spiritual ministry.
In addition to providing support for prisoners, PFA supports families and children of prisoners - through mentoring, camps, and our Angel Tree program. PFA exists to care for and build relationships with those who do not know Jesus Christ, so that we can share His gospel with them, and to disciple those who know Him.
How to apply for this role
Please forward your application letter together with your CV as soon as possible.
Applications close 14 February.
Please quote in application: Grants & Foundations Officer via Pro Bono Australia.