UN Women National Committee (NC) Australia staff vacancies
Regular Giving Manager
This position may be full-time or part-time (28 to 38 hours per week)
Salary negotiable and commensurate with skills and experience
UN Women National Committee Australia has an exciting opportunity for a Regular Giving Manager to join the small staff team based in Canberra.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Regular Giving Manager will develop and oversee implementation of the regular giving acquisition strategy, budget, supporter journey and activity plan to meet fundraising goals in support of UN Women’s global programs serving the world’s women and girls. The Regular Giving Manager will work closely with the Campaigns Manager to develop targets, performance metrics and support the implementation of end-to-end campaigns across a number of channels including digital, direct mail, online, telemarketing and lead generation.
To be successful in this role it is essential that you have a thorough understanding of the donor journey, regular giving program development, performance benchmarks and how to monitor regular giving program performance, along with having achieved measurable results in a similar role – in addition to having a genuine interest in advancing gender equality worldwide.
UN Women National Committee Australia offers a dynamic and supportive work environment, with benefits including:
- Salary packaging opportunities available as an organisation with PBI status
- Employee Assistance Program
- Flexible working arrangements
- Additional paid leave between 25-31 December
- Ongoing access to professional development opportunities
Selection criteria and the full position description can be found below in the downloads section.
Please submit your cover letter addressing the selection criteria (no longer than three pages) along with your CV in a single document labelled with your last name, to [email protected] by 5:00pm Monday 27 May. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
To be eligible for this position you must have a legal right to work in Australia.
No phone calls, please.