Part time, Wollstonecraft (Sydney)

Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) is an independent, non-profit organisation located at Wollstonecraft near North Sydney. We are the world’s largest treatment and research centre with a single focus on melanoma, and our mission is to reach zero deaths from melanoma this decade.

Our Communications and Fundraising team is seeking an enthusiastic and passionate Donor Care Coordinator who is driven by the desire to help fuel ground-breaking research, clinical and education programs, and in doing so, make a real difference to the lives of others. Our donors are critical to fuelling MIA’s ongoing work, and this role represents an opportunity to play a proactive role in addressing one of Australia’s most critical health issues.

The Donor Care Coordinator is the first point of contact with our supportive donors and plays a vital role in building and maintaining strong donor relationships. The Donor Care Coordinator is responsible for processing all donations via phone, mail and online, including via our Regular Giving program and appeals, and all donation receipting, batching and banking. The position is also responsible for donor database entry and management via the Salesforce platform.

The successful candidate will be full of new ideas and have a passion for connecting with and nurturing our supportive donor base and enjoy working as part of a collaborative team.

This is a 5-day/week or 30.4 hours position per week (approximately 6 hours a day) and would suit a candidate that can accommodate this schedule. It is based at our Wollstonecraft research and treatment centre, The Poche Centre, with potential for some work-from-home component.

Experience with use of the Salesforce platform is essential. The position works closely with our Donations & Community Fundraising Manager and our finance team, as well as other members of our small but impactful Communications and Fundraising team.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a globally recognised research institute and be part of the team responsible for MIA’s communications, fundraising and awareness campaigns including our annual national Melanoma March campaign and our innovative ‘Game On Mole’ awareness campaign.

Applications will close 23 September 2022 however prospective candidates will be considered prior. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

As we interact with patients on a cross functional level, applicants will need to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

Only applicants with full working rights within Australia should apply. Please no recruitment agencies.

Please send your resume and cover letter using the link below.

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