About the role
Are you interested in helping to support the next big step in medical device development to transform the way we treat disease?
The Bionics Institute has an ambitious new agenda for philanthropic fundraising in support of their ground-breaking work: the Bionics Institute now seeks a new Philanthropy Manager who will play a key role in deepening donor engagement and building all sources of fundraising revenue for the Bionics Institute’s future growth and sustainability.
With a high level of intellectual curiosity and a passion for new technologies, you have the ability to inspire scientists and researchers, helping them articulate their stories in a compelling way. Your fundraising experience, particularly in major or high-level regular giving, will be matched by a data-driven, donor-centric approach.
About the organisation
The Bionics Institute is an internationally recognised, independent medical research institute that solves medical challenges with technology. They lead the world in the research and development of innovative medical devices and therapies that improve human health. The Institute’s multidisciplinary teams of world class scientists, engineers and clinicians have an impressive track record of translating concepts into clinical reality, transforming the lives of people across a range of conditions, currently including hearing impairment, vision loss, Crohnʼs disease, Parkinsonʼs disease, epilepsy, stroke, arthritis and diabetes.
How to apply
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Please quote in application: Philanthropy Manager - Bionics Institute via Pro Bono Australia.