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Environmental Philanthropy Manager - Australian Environmental Grantmakers Network

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  • Work with Australia's leading environmental philanthropy organisation
  • Leadership position - support members and their environmental philanthropy
  • Based in Melbourne or Sydney; flexible working; 0.8 part-time available

The Organisation

Established in 2008, the Australian Environmental Grantmakers Network (AEGN) is a membership organisation that aims to harnesses the power of philanthropy to help protect our environment and build a sustainable future.

Through capacity building, information sharing, collaboration and networking, the AEGN supports it members to facilitate effective and increased environmental philanthropy.

Benefits & Culture 

  • Bring significant support to Australian environment
  • High level exposure to an expert philanthropic network
  • Collaborative leadership and team environment
  • Flexible work practices including purchased additional leave   

The Role

Reporting to the CEO you will play a pivotal role in bringing together AEGN members and the environmental and philanthropy sector to improve the quantity and effectiveness of giving to the environment. You will do this by:

  • Developing and maintaining learning materials/collateral that support members to increase their environmental philanthropic grant making
  • Developing and implementing processes and events to share learning with members, the philanthropic sector, staff and other stakeholders
  • Leading the environmental philanthropy advocacy and research program in collaboration with the AEGN Advocacy and Research Committee with a particular focus on environmental giving statistics and key charitable sector policy
  • Managing and undertaking projects including funding proposals, budget and contractor management

Skills Required

You will have a successful track record working in the environment charitable sector and a strong network as a consequence. Specific skills and experience required include:

  • Expert stakeholder engagement and relationship building; ability to collaborate, negotiate and influence
  • Excellent “broad church” political judgement and ability to quickly understand policy impacts, risks and opportunities
  • Leadership skills; ability to coach, develop and leverage the strengths of others
  • Outstanding communication skills to frame and translate evidence into clear and compelling narratives
  • Excellent analytical skills; ability to source and interpret qualitative and quantitative data
  • Knowledge of and experience in policy and advocacy relating to environment and charitable issues would be an advantageous.

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