Work at CF Community Care
We are hiring for two roles based in our Melbourne office – Fundraising Manager and Programs and Support Services Officer.
Head of Fundraising and Marketing
- 0.8 FTE role
- Initial 12 month contract, subject to funding
- Applications close 21 July
The Head of Fundraising and Marketing’s primary purpose is to create the marketing and fundraising strategy for Cystic Fibrosis Community Care and to lead a small team to deliver key fundraising activities across Victoria.
Reporting to the CEO, this senior role will lead, inspire and motivate the fundraising team to deliver successful campaigns and initiatives. With responsibility for devising and implementing the Fundraising Strategy across a range of activities, the Marketing and Fundraising Manager will empower the team to identify opportunities for innovation and growth. The role is responsible for the overall planning, development and implementation of the organisation’s marketing strategies and works closely with the Communications and Media Manager to develop marketing communications.
Applications should include a cover letter and a statement of skills and experience addressing the ‘Required skills and experience’ criteria.
Previous applicants for this role should not apply.
Applications should be sent to Karin Knoester, CEO, Cystic Fibrosis Community Care at firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date.
PROGRAM & SUPPORT SERVICES OFFICER (Victoria)
- 0.6 FTE role
- 12 months fixed-term contract (with possibility of extension)
- Applications close 1 July
CF Community Care is hiring a Programs & Support Services Officer to work in our Melbourne office.
The successful applicant will assist with delivery of our programs and support services in Victoria. This includes answering information and support queries, processing support applications, assisting with support activities, advocacy, and building relationships with relevant hospital and community services.
The role also involves coordinating the peer support program across Victoria and NSW, including online groups, one-on-one support, coordinating group activities, promoting the programs, and offering new programs in response to identified community needs.