Regular Giving Coordinator

Published 09 May 2019 
  • Help protect Australia’s most important landscapes
  • Candidates from the NFP sector or a commercial sales background are encouraged to apply
  • Enjoy a collaborative team culture including opportunities to travel to our iconic reserves

We protect the natural environment through the purchase and management of high conservation value reserves and through partnerships with Traditional Owners, agricultural landowners, and other conservation organisations.

With over 40,000 supporters we are funded primarily by private individuals who support their vision to protect Australia’s unique plants, animals and landscapes.

Benefits and culture

  • Be part of an expert, supportive fundraising  team
  • Flexible work environment, 4-day working week available
  • Excellent induction and professional development
  • Travel opportunities to visit conservation reserves
  • Not for profit salary packaging  
  • Excellent Melbourne CDB location

The role

You will coordinate all aspects of the regular giving program which comprises of 14,000 regular givers and contributes significantly to  overall revenue generation. You will develop and implement creative direct and digital marketing programs to acquire new regular donors and will increase income via well-established channels such as face to face, email, social media, direct mail and telemarketing.

Skills required

  • Experience in a successful regular giving, direct marketing or direct sales program
  • Ability to manage external stakeholder relationships
  • A love of all things numerical and a proactive problem solving approach.

You may also have transferable skills coming from sales or account management but with an interest in the Australian bush and the work of Bush Heritage, perhaps having studied a related subject. 

If protecting Australia’s natural environment is important to you then please contact Anna Skeels on 03 8319 4070 or send your CV to cv@ngorecruitment.com quoting # 110654.

 

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