Fundraising Coordinator


About us:

Baptist Care SA works collaboratively with South Australians from all walks of life. We provide Camping and Adventure Programs, Disability Services, Homelessness Services, Out of Home Care and Youth, Family and Community Programs. We are committed to finding a way forward for everyone we serve and supporting them to achieve their life goals. We find ways to make people's lives better.

About the role – Part-time, 0.6FTE

The Fundraising Coordinator will work with the Fundraising Manager in building relationships with new and existing donors, raising funds through focusing on key elements within the strategic fundraising plan, and promoting Baptist Care SA’s value proposition. The role includes coordinating the delivery of our Appeals,and Regular Giving acquisition. The position also provides key administrative support for general fundraising activities.

Your duties will include but are not limited to: 

  • Coordinate quarterly appeals in conjunction with the Fundraising Manager
  • Identify, research and execute new fundraising events and initiatives to complement existing strategies.
  • Provide support for fundraising events
  • Support and provide guidance to corporate fundraising events that may include creative opportunities.

About you:

You are passionate about the work you do, and truly believe in the mission of Baptist Care SA, and the support we provide in the community. You are an effective communicator who can build relationships with people from all backgrounds including those within your team. Details matter: your attention to detail is second to none, including your own presentation and the quality of work you provide.

You will also have the following skills and experience:

  • Three to five years’ experience in the same or reasonably similar role 
  • Previous work experience in a community service or Not for Profit (NFP) environment.
  • Demonstrated competency in the Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Proficient in using Salesforce or a similar CRM
  • Experience in fundraising donor appeals 
  • A working knowledge of legislation relevant to the sector 

Specific Requirements:

Baptist Care SA is committed to the safety and protection of all children and vulnerable people and as such applicants will be considered in accordance with our safety practices and suitability.

You will be required to have, or be willing to obtain: 

  • A current and valid DHS: Child-Related Employment Screening/WWCC
  • A current and valid National Police Clearance
  • Safe Environments for Children and Young People Certificate (or willingness to obtain)
  • Ability and willingness to travel within South Australia as required.
  • A valid full South Australian drivers’ license (C Class)

Why work with us?

Baptist Care SA offers a flexible and supportive environment where you are encouraged to be the best version of yourself.

You’ll also receive:

  • A competitive salary on the SCHADS Award, Level 4 + super
  • Salary Packaging in addition to increase your take home pay 
  • A corporate health plan with BUPA offering discounted health insurance 
  • Employee Assistance Program 
  • Support for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander employees cultural and community obligations, including NAIDOC Leave and up to five days Paid Cultural Leave

We do not accept applications via email, however, for more information, please see our website, or reach out to Hugh Ballantyne at hballantyne@baptistcaresa.org.au for a confidential discussion.

Please note, screening and interviews may take place prior to the closing date – applications may also close before this date.

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Part Time

Job no: DZFP427151

Location: Central

Closing Date: Sunday, 2 June 2024