- Perth > Subiaco
- Job posted on: 12th Jan 2022
- Applications close:
Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) is the largest private (non-profit) owner of land for conservation in Australia, protecting threatened wildlife across a vast 6.5 million hectares in iconic regions such as the Kimberley, Cape York, the Top End and Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre.
AWC is transforming conservation on the ground by deploying a practical, science-based model for conservation — one that is successfully halting the decline of Australia’s threatened wildlife and restoring our unique biodiversity.
With 1,800 animals and plants now threatened with extinction there is a real urgency to do more. We have ambitious plans to secure the future of Australia’s biodiversity and we are now expanding our fundraising team to help us achieve our vision.
Reporting to the Fundraising Manager, the Telephone Fundraiser will engage with our existing and potential supporters, thanking them for their support and inspiring them to help fund AWC’s mission and vision.
This role will suit a passionate individual keen to make a positive impact on the future of Australia's threatened wildlife by mobilising philanthropic support.
The Telephone Fundraiser will demonstrate:
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a growing, innovative and extremely successful organisation that is playing a key role in shaping the future of conservation in Australia.
The position is based at AWC’s Perth office (Subiaco) and offered on a temporary part time contract.
A complete Position Description is attached below.
To submit an application, click Apply Now and follow the prompts.
Your application must include CV and covering letter, briefly addressing your experience, critical competencies, and interest in the role.
Applications that do not meet these requirements will not be accepted.
Enquiries are to be addressed to Dani Ryder, Fundraising Manager, at email@example.com using the subject line: Telephone Fundraiser enquiry via EthicalJobs.
To learn more about AWC, please visit our website www.australianwildlife.org/