- Job posted on: 28th Apr 2020
- Applications close:
GetUp is looking for a Philanthropy Director to lead major, middle donor and corporate philanthropy in support of a more fair, flourishing and just Australia. As someone who builds rapport easily, you will spend 200 of 220 working days each year visiting, talking to and inspiring donors to give.
SCHADS Classification Level 7 - 8 salary range is $94,266.12 - $119,401.50 per annum (pro-rata) + superannuation, determined by relevant experience and qualifications.
This is a permanent contract based in Sydney or Melbourne.
At GetUp, we know our capacity to drive progressive change is increased when our team has a diversity of backgrounds and experience. We are always actively looking for applicants from a diverse range of genders, cultures, language groups, abilities, and experiences to apply.
GetUp’s Fundraising Team is a small, high performance team of dedicated fundraisers who create and manage meaningful and engaging experiences for the thousands of everyday people who chip in to power GetUp’s work.
The Fundraising Team helps strengthen the GetUp movement of over one million members, finding the resources that drive our impact and giving people new and interesting avenues to make a difference on key issues.
If even a couple of these criteria speak to you, you could be the perfect person for the job. Formal education, qualifications and extensive experience matter less to us than excellence, initiative and drive.
The GetUp movement is powered by the values and hopes of everyday people. We combine the power of over one million members, movement partners and a central team of expert strategists to make extraordinary impact.
We focus our campaigns on the areas our members care about most in the fields of Environmental Justice, Human Rights, Economic Fairness, First Nations Justice and Democratic Integrity. From making sure hundreds of thousands of people are able to vote in elections, to successfully stopping major projects threatening the Great Barrier Reef, or securing billions of dollars in new funding for mental health – we have a decade-long history of taking on powerful interests, and winning.