The Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay, under the leadership of Bishop Anthony Randazzo, serves the People of God in the northern regions of the city of Sydney, the North Shore, Peninsula and NSW Central Coast. Home to more than 223,000 Catholics, and covering an area of 2,763 square kilometres, the Diocese comprises 26 Parishes, 36 Primary Schools, 8 Secondary Schools, 4 Early Learning Centres, and 5 Family Centres.
We are seeking a Development & Relationships Manager to support the Chancery and Parishes in achieving the pastoral priorities of the Bishop.
As the Development & Relationships Manager, you will be responsible for fundraising & development strategy, fundraising infrastructure, program & collateral, capacity building and parish support services. You will work closely with the parishes of the Diocese and provide significant support as they carry out the mission of the Catholic Church.
KEY SELECTION CRITERIA
Applicants are required to provide a written statement which addresses each of the selection criteria listed below. Suitability for the position will be assessed against the following criteria:
- Experience as a fundraising professional or relationship manager with previous responsibility for a wide variety of fundraising functions such as copywriting, creation of collateral and videos, bequest and donor management and grant applications;
- Experience in developing and managing a complex fundraising or commercial operation including the implementation of a CRM database;
- A comprehensive knowledge of fundraising methodology and its effective application;
- Demonstrated commercial acumen in the provision of fundraising advice and management, including donor or customer acquisition;
- A comprehensive knowledge of fundraising regulatory requirements and their impact on the financial management of an organisation;
- A demonstrated understanding of and experience in the implementation of contemporary CRM databases, including its application in fundraising strategy, building fundraising capacity and measuring outcomes;
- Degree, diploma or evidence of Fundraising education – for example, Fundraising Institute of Australia (FIA) Certificate in Fundraising or equivalent experience;
- A proven record in sustaining effective relationships and maintaining effective networking across a broad range of stakeholders;
- An appreciation, understanding and knowledge of the teachings of the Catholic Church, faith, ethos, values and its mission, including an understanding of the Catholic Church’s unique challenges and opportunities.
For an information pack or enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 02 8379 1667
The information pack will explain how to apply. No applications via Seek please.
Applications close: Thursday, 18 June 2020.