Grants & Partnerships Coordinator
We are recruiting for a motivated, driven and experienced Grants and Partnership Coordinator to join the St Vincent de Paul Society WA’s (Vinnies’) Social Enterprise Department. Working with and reporting to the Manager Corporate Engagement, this part time position is an opportunity to develop, coordinate and manage organisational engagement strategies to attract support for Vinnies.
The Corporate Engagement team is one of five streams that make up the Social Enterprise Department. The other streams include Fundraising and Events, Marketing and Communications, Retail Operations and Depot Operations. The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating the end to end grant funding process and supporting corporate engagement activities in alignment with Vinnies strategic priorities. This position plays an important role in contributing towards Vinnies overall growth through effective corporate relations and securing grant funding to enable Vinnies to continue to deliver and develop its community programs and services.
More about this position:
- Management of grant writing, submissions, tracking and acquittal processes to meet funder and legislative requirements
- Provide high level support and information coordination for the Manager, Corporate Engagement, including the implementation of partnership activations, communication and administration
- Coordinate, develop and improve the end to end grants process
- Research, proactively identify and communicate opportunities for grant applications and corporate engagement
- Build effective working relationships with relevant internal stakeholders
- Develop and enhance networks with external stakeholders
- Support the implementation, monitoring and reporting of grant and partnership activities
- Enter and maintain accurate grant and partner information on Vinnies CRM system
- Support the Manager, Corporate Engagement to continuously identify and implement opportunities for improvement
Essential Selection Criteria:
- Extensive demonstrated experience in grants procurement and/or management.
- High level of interpersonal skills with the ability to develop networks and build strong relationships.
- Proven ability to research, analyse and interpret complex information including reports and statistics.
- Demonstrated ability to produce high quality, succinct and persuasive written communication.
- Experience in exercising sound judgment and making decisions based on accurate and timely analysis.
- Capacity to work in a multi-project environment.
- Comprehensive administrative, organisation and time-management skills.
- Excellent computer literacy including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and database skills.
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
- Current ‘C’ Class drivers licence.
What you’ll get in return
- A supportive work environment.
- Salary sacrificing options.
- Ongoing support and training.
How to apply
Please ensure that you have read and understand the role outlined in the position description before applying. Head over to the advertisement on our website to download the position description for all the details.
To apply for this position please submit your resume and a covering letter through the Seek advertisement or to email@example.com. Your cover letter must address the above selection criteria (no more than 1 page) to outline your suitability. Applications close Tuesday 20 February, 2019
Please note that prior to any offer of employment, pre-employment checks must be completed; these will include right to work in Australia, reference checking and a national criminal history check.
|Position type||Part time|
|Code||20th February 2019|
|Application code||20th February 2019|