About the role
- Working between Monday and Thursday, negotiable
- Opportunity to build your career in Community Development and Philanthropy
- Bendigo location (Work from home until post Covid-19 restrictions)
About the Role:
We are searching for an experienced administrator who is detail-oriented with strong organisational and multi-tasking skills to assist in developing and implementing grant programs and supporting donor relationships nationally. Your main duties may include:
- Administration of all aspects of the Philanthropic Services grant programs, partnership accounts, and donor led giving activity with high quality project support, grant database records management, administration and reporting.
- Coordinate and process grant administration including grant finance paperwork, reports and acquittals and correspondence with grant recipients.
- Accurate and efficient processing of grant applications including applicant correspondence, document coordination, application validation i.e. eligibility against criteria, legal status and financial due diligence and data entry.
- Support responding to grant seeker, Not-for-Profit organisation and Community Foundation partner enquiries.
- Organise, promote, and support outreach activity with Philanthropic Services Managers, donors and project partners.
- Provide secretariat support to the Philanthropic Services Managers.
- Support the delivery of individual communications plan for grant programs, stakeholder management and donor engagement, maintaining up-to-date content.
- Coordinate reporting to FRRR, donors and project partners and community stakeholders, and contribute to issues research and content for reports as required.
What you’ll need to succeed:
- Excellent literacy and numeracy skills with an exceptional eye for detail.
- High level of administration skills, with the ability to process and analyse high volumes of information.
- The ability to liaise with a range of internal and external stakeholders in a clear and effective manner.
- Fantastic time management skills with the flexibility to support other areas in the workplace.
- Strong computer literacy with intermediate skills in the Microsoft Office suite, including Excel and Word.
- Experience in administering grant programs or working in a not-for-profit or community-based organisation would be highly advantageous.
If you’re looking to expand your knowledge and build skills in Community Development and Philanthropy and want to assist with improving the lives of those living in rural, regional and remote Australia, please apply today!
About the organisation
FRRR is a national charitable foundation focused on increasing equity of opportunity in rural, regional, and remote Australia. It adopts a partnership and leverage model of philanthropy which harnesses the collective resources of philanthropy, business, and governments to support rural communities to be vibrant, adaptive, and sustainable.
How to apply
Applications not allowed for this job listing.
Please quote in application: Philanthropic Services Officer – 0.8FTE via Pro Bono Australia.