We’re looking for strong communicator to join our team.
As a member of the grants support team, you’ll represent our values and provide clear, accurate and relevant advice to applicants. You’ll also support our assessors, volunteer grant committees and maintain our online grants management systems to help create an engaged, cohesive Australia through strong community media.
Benefits & Culture
- Flexible, family-friendly and collaborative work environment
- Additional annual leave over the festive break
- $84,139 per annum + 15.4% super and salary packaging
- Full-time, ongoing role commencing early January 2020
- Parkville location close to parklands and easy access to public transport
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:
- 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
- A commitment to quality service standards and delivery
- Experience or understanding of grant-making.
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 encouraged to apply.
All applicants must hold the right to work in Australia.
How to apply
Review the Position Description and background information provided. Apply now by submitting your resume, and a cover letter of no more than 2-3 pages that addresses the skills required, explains your motivation and suitability for this position, by email to:
Acting Executive Officer
Alternatively, please call Sue on 03 8341 5900 for a further discussion.