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Project Coordinator & Administrator

Organisation Name Construction Charitable Works
Location ACT & Sydney
Date Posted 2022-07-20
Job Type Permanent / Full Time
Job Number 931892
  • Improve and support the mental well-being of CFMEU members
  • Would suit candidates with a donor and/or event management background
  • ACT based, permanent full-time. Excellent benefits


The Organisation

Construction Charitable Works (CCW) is a not-for-profit organisation established by the CFMEU ACT. CCW provides a wide range of welfare and support services for CFMEU members within the building and construction industry, their families and the ACT construction community. CCW provides workers and their families confidential, professional and first response counselling to those involved in near misses or accidents and referral to a range of specialised mental health, drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

The Role

Reporting into the General Manager and working within a close knit, fast paced team, your main purpose will be to continue to drive sustainable increase in donor revenue, manage funding opportunities and stakeholder relationships. In this role you will help build a sustainable organisation ensuring its charitable mission of providing counselling and support to construction industry participants and their families.  You will generate new leads and contribute to existing sponsor partnership activities, fundraising opportunities, secure new sponsorships and oversee event management.

Additionally, you will:
  • Liaise with stakeholders, including construction workers, government and industry bodies
  • Complete governance requirements and associated administrative tasks
  • Provide staff leadership and supervision
  • Deliver tool box talks, run regular fundraising events and on-site BBQ’s
  • Provide administrative support to the business and limited financial delegations,
  • Manage on-site vending machines with a focus to increase the number of machines
Skills Required

To be successful in this role you offer solid general administration and well developed organisation skills, experience in project management, networking and developing relationships with external stakeholders. A background within the NFP sector desirable, coupled with a genuine commitment to supporting revenue growth within a mental health-based organisation.
Additional skills you will offer include:
  • Experience in an environment communicating with mental health or disability clients advantageous
  • Confidence and presence to build effective stakeholder relationships
  • Ability to manage priorities and work autonomously
  • Flexible, mature and team focused mindset with a measured approach
  • Current driver’s license and a willingness to drive for the role
  • A working with vulnerable people check and police check are required

If you want to apply your expertise in fundraising and event management to improve and support the mental well-being of those in building and construction industry, apply now by submitting your resume and cover letter responding to the skills required above and why you are the best fit for the role. Alternatively contact Gemma Schade on 03 8080 8977 to discuss your interest.
Please note there is no formal closing date for this role, if you are interested we would encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

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