About the role
- Neuroblastoma is the leading cause of death of children under 5 from cancer
- Improve revenue by growing corporate partnerships and community engagement
- Would suit experienced candidates from the NFP sector
- Sydney based /work from home
In this role the key objectives are:
- to identify and acquire suitable corporate partners and sponsors for the charity’s key events.
- to create compelling business proposals based on identifying common goals and commercial opportunities.
- to support the development of regional events in other states through working with individuals and businesses.
- to develop engagement and communication plans in conjunction with corporate partners.
- to review and manage content on the on-line platforms used by corporates.
- to develop suitable presentation materials and collateral for sponsors and partners.
Key skills and attributes
- Corporate partnerships, business development or fundraising experience in the charity sector essential
- Proven ability to generate, retain, and grow income through successful long-term relationships
- Extensive experience in lead generation and prospecting including experience in cold & warm calls
- Excellent written, communication and organisational skills
- Proficiency with donor/customer databases for analysis and reporting
- Self-motivated person who takes pride in driving progress and completing tasks to a high standard, understands challenges and seeks solutions, puts forward a strong business case which recognises the needs of corporates and those of the charity
- Empathetic, compassionate and aligned with the cause of ending childhood cancer
About the organisation
Neuroblastoma Australia’s mission is focussed on raising awareness and vital funding for neuroblastoma childhood cancer. Neuroblastoma is the leading cause of cancer death of children under 5. Currently treatments are extremely toxic, invasive and only effective in 50% of cases – survivors have lasting side effects from the treatments. In addition to raising funds, the charity provides support to families affected by this devastating disease through providing information on the disease, networking events (conference, zoom groups) and activity sets for children in hospital.
Neuroblastoma Australia is a small charity that was set up by families affected by neuroblastoma. It has evolved and grown over the last 10 years and is well positioned to grow further and make more of an impact.
The charity has raised over $2.4 million to date for leading research projects.
How to apply
Please send covering letter and resume to Lucy Jones at Lucy.Jones@nb.org.au
Please quote in application: Corporate and Community Partnerships Manager via Pro Bono Australia.
Sector: #Children, #Health_–_General, #ResearchMedical_Research