Digital Fundraising Officer

Organisation Name Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA)
Location Sydney
Date Posted 2018-12-21
Job Type Contract or Temp
Job Number 64201

Description

  • Temporary role - working 4 days per week
  • Work for a leading research institute
  • Based in Sydney's eastern suburbs

 

The Organisation
  
Our client is an independent not for profit medical research institute who are true leaders in their field, with nearly 30 years of working to conquer and cure diseases and disabilities of the brain and nervous system. With a dedicated research team and a respected foundation, this is a great opportunity to work with a dynamic fundraising team and contribute to global health outcomes.

The Benefits
  • Working 4 days per week
  • Short term contract available
  • Generous hourly rate

The Role
  
You will be required to promote and coordinate community and event fundraising and implement digital donor acquisition campaigns. Working closely with the Direct Marketing & Events Manager, this role will include:-
  
  • Creating multichannel campaigns using digital and social media to increase event awareness
  • Utilising raisers edge to drive optimal system utilisation
  • Responsible for the administration and set up of various fundraising initiatives   
  • Maintain personalised communications to reinforce sponsor’s commitment and renewal

Skills Required
  
You will be from either the corporate, medical or non-profit sector and have a good understanding of paid social media, along with event and community fundraising. Your experience will include:-   
  
  • Building engagement with donors and supporters
  • An ability to manage peer to peer event fundraising  
  • Familiar with donor profiling, segmentation and lifetime value reporting
  • Knowledge of Raisers Edge database or CRM’s
If you are interested in working for this respected research institute and utilising your community fundraising and digital skills, please submit your resume and a cover letter in MS Word format quoting ref #64201. For an initial discussion, please contact Debbie Jardine on (02) 8243 0570.

Please be advised you can upload two attachments, including your resume and covering letter when submitting your application.