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Grant Support Team Member

Community Broadcasting Foundation
  • Help support and fund a thriving and resilient future for community broadcasting
  • Small team, excellent and flexible working conditions
  • National organisation based in Parkville – currently working from home due to COVID-19 restrictions
  • $87,538 (FTE) plus 15.4% super

Who we are

The Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) is an independent not for profit that distributes almost $20 million annually in funding to the community media broadcasting sector. We champion community media and believe that hearing stories from our diverse and local communities enriches and connects us.

As Australia’s largest independent media sector, the community media sector reaches an audience of 6 million Australians every week. From major cities to remote communities across the country, our grants inspire people to create local and authentic cultural content that represents and strengthens a diverse and inclusive society.

The Role

You will work collaboratively within the Grant Support Team to ensure CBF grant programs are implemented and managed effectively. You’ll support applicants through the grants process whilst maintaining the online grants management system. You will also support our volunteer grant assessors and committees’ independent decision-making processes.

Occasional travel and weekend work may be required (pending COVID), with time-in-lieu provisions as per the CBF Employment Agreement.

Skills Required

Self-motivated and energetic, you work in a collaborative and collegiate manner. You are a strong communicator who demonstrates a positive and diplomatic approach.

You will bring:

  • Prior experience of grant-making and/or community broadcasting
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and administrative skills
  • Experience supporting committees or boards, drafting reports and minutes
  • Effective engagement of key stakeholders, including volunteers
  • Proven ability to successfully develop and implement strategies, processes and policies
  • Superior planning, organisational and problem-solving skills
  • A commitment to quality service standards and delivery.

Benefits & Culture

  • Flexible, family-friendly and collaborative work environment
  • Additional annual leave over the festive break
  • Contract role, commencing as soon as possible
  • Parkville location close to parklands and easy access to public transport
  • $87,538 per annum (FTE) + 15.4% super and salary packaging.

Please see the background information and detailed Job Description provided for additional information.

The CBF is an equal opportunity employer. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, women, people with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people with a disability and people identifying as LGBTIQ are strongly encouraged to apply.

All applicants must hold the right to work in Australia.

For more information on this role please call Rachel on 03 8341 5933 for a further discussion.

Applications will be reviewed as received so please submit your application early!

A position description is attached.

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