Great Connections Opportunities
"The LV project group were empathetic, enthusiastic and passionate. They were so dedicated, they really got the ASRC. The level and the quality of the work was great,"
Jana Favero - Asylum Seekers Resource Centre (ASRC).
23 May 2013
We are looking for a Board member to replace a retiring member, and would seek someone with an interest in older people and their rights, and willing to work with a community based organisation to assist and expand our outreach, service base and funding. With a major Government review focused on changes to the aged care system, and far reaching developments to be implemented in 2013-14 including an increase in advocacy, we believe this is an exciting time to contribute to the work of ERA in Victoria.
8 May 2013
PPSS is seeking to implement a communications / public relations campaign to build an external-facing campaign regarding the need for post placement support for families raising children through permanent care and adoption.
6 May 2013
We are now completing the transformation from a small community-based organisation to a vibrant professional provider of a range of dispute resolution and family assistance programs. We have in 70 staff operating programs across seven locations. We run two of the federal government's Family Relationship Centres in Chadstone and Traralgon. Our funding comes predominantly from the Federal Government.
As part of our rejuvenation program we are currently recruiting for new board members who reflect our organisation’s values. We are seeking successful and experienced professionals who:
1. Can think and respond strategically
2. Have experience at leadership level, or have significant experience with agency governance, government policy and relations, public relations, marketing or financial and/or auditing roles
3. Can contribute to the requirements of an organisation going through transformation and seeking growth opportunities
4. Want to work with a Board that is committed to improving FMC’s service delivery and FMC as an organisation.
To express your interest in this opportunity, please send a short CV and details where we can contact you to email@example.com using subject line “Board Vacancy EoI” by COB 22 May 2013. All Expressions of Interest will be acknowledged.
1 May 2013
Two female volunteer committee members are sought. Note: The organisation is an incorporated association for women with EEO exemption.
We are particularly seeking women with an interest/experience in compliance/risk management or collaborative partnering to help position the organisation in this challenging environment.
1 May 2013
A submission writer experienced with funding, writing and sourcing funding submissions with ability to develop relationships with philanthropies is sought to work with and develop the organisation's capacity to successfully write submissions. Not for profit experience is important.
30 April 2013
The Mietta Song Competition is a sub-committee of the Mietta Foundation (both entirely volunteer run organisations), a charitable foundation. The sub-committee is currently going through a Board renewal process and is seeking new members with a love of classical music and a willingness to have hands on involvement in organising the biennial event.
For more details visit www.miettasongcompetition.com.au
19 April 2013
We are currently in the planning stage of relocating which will enable the development of expanded services in the disability field with the key focus on on social and therapeutic horticulture.
We are seeking new Committee members in order to enhance our collective skill sets including ( but not limited to ) experience in the disability education sector, marketing/promotion, project planning and general finance skills.
28 March 2013
We are looking for new perspectives to help us generate more effective ways of doing what we do without compromising our core value of 'call it as we see it'. We seek operational guidance and strategic planning assistance to help us achieve our objectives.
20 March 2013
The name SPELD stands for SPEcific Learning Difficulties. SPELD is a non profit organisation that provides advice and services to children and adults with specific learning difficulties and those who care, teach and work with them.
We are seeking someone with relevant expertise to advise the CEO about connections and networking in the area of information technology with the aim of building assistive technology for those with dyslexia within SPELD Victoria.
15 March 2013
One in five Australians suffer from mental illness. It is a major disease and the #1 cause of morbidity (illness) in Australia. However, the under-investment in medical research is significant. Most medical research his funded through the Federal Government's National Health and Medical Research Council, but only 9% of this goes to mental illness medical research.
Why medical research? Increased investment in cancer and diabetes research has radically changed these diseases; improving diagnoses, decreasing treatment required. For mental illness, better drug treatments will deliver real change for the sufferers of mental illness, their families and friends. We believe medical research will change mental illness.
26 February 2013
14 December 2012
TreeProject has a large and geographically diverse audience. Their services are available to all landholders and land care groups across Victoria and to urban dwellers that want to assist with regeneration projects. Volunteers include schools, youth clubs, families, churches, business people, retirees and people in aged care facilities. Strong community links are forged through the interaction between volunteer growers, planters and rural landholders.
Over the next 6-12months it will be necessary to raise $50,000 to secure the future of the TreeProject.
The Fund Raising Team Leader,will need to develop strategic relationships with organizations and individuals to become engaged financial stakeholders and champions for the Organization either as suppliers, donors, members and volunteers.
The ideal candidate for Committee:
- Must have proven track record in professional fundraising strategy development with the ability to writing submissions and communication skills to turn into actionable plans with limited operational and financial support
- Must be able to develop realistic and practical fundraising concepts and events utilising Tree Project’s core competencies.