About the role
The Development Manager is responsible for supporting the growth of income through fundraising as well as the management of partnerships and sponsorships on behalf of MOCA. To succeed in this position, you have a genuine commitment to diversity and promoting the stories of multicultural Australia. You are solutions driven, flexible and resilient. You thrive in a fast-paced environment and are ready to roll up your sleeves as part of a high performing team. This is a role where you can take your previous experience to the next level, owning your success and be recognised as an emerging leader within the fundraising and development space. Candidates with diverse experience and translatable skills are encouraged to apply.
It is an exciting time to join MOCA and to work on a once in a generation museum project of national and international significance, driving a fundraising program with lots of growth potential.
About the organisation
The Museum of Chinese in Australia (MOCA) will be Sydney’s newest cultural institution, dedicated to promoting the contribution, ingenuity and resilience of Chinese Australians. Through research, publication, exhibition, education and public programming, MOCA is for all Australians to share in our history as a culturally diverse nation.
MOCA occupies a high-profile location in the centre of Haymarket, Sydney’s oldest surviving and largest Chinatown. Through the support of the City of Sydney, this distinctive space is set to be transformed into a state-of-the-art museum that will be the only one of its type in New South Wales. With 1.2 million people of Chinese cultural heritage currently living in Australia and with 44% of them residing in New South Wales, the opening of MOCA is both well-positioned and timely.
Currently in an establishment phase and with a distinguished and committed Board of Directors in place, MOCA is significantly progressed towards the opening of the museum in 2022.
How to apply
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Please quote in application: Development Manager via Pro Bono Australia.