Fundraising Coordinator - Brisbane North - Farm Animal Rescue

Fundraising Coordinator – Brisbane North

We are seeking an energetic, self-driven volunteer to establish, project manage and execute Farm Animal Rescue fundraising activities in the Brisbane North region.2014 walk

The role involves:

–          Recruiting, selecting and inducting new volunteers

–          Identifying fundraising and fundraising opportunities, whether through events, online, collection tin, peer to peer or indirect fundraising methods

–          Establishing a fundraising volunteer team

–          Sending emails and social media posts

–          Project management and event planning

–          Establishment of business cases for involvement in fundraising opportunities

–          Execution of events and fundraising activities, including the annual Walk for Farm Animals

–          Managing the Event and volunteers ensuring the safety of volunteers and the public

–          Measuring the success of various fundraising strategies

–           Record event outcomes and report monthly to Management Committee

Pre-requisites:

–          Ability to work autonomously while being able to take direction from committee

–          Availability to attend all planned events

–          Confidence in a leadership role

–          Approachable and friendly to all

–          Excellent time management & organisational skills

–          Highly reliable

–          Comfortable with email & social media

–          Supportive of Farm Animal Rescue’s ideals

–          Able to commit for a minimum of six months

Desired:

–          Experience in a management role

–          Follows a vegan lifestyle

If this feels like the perfect fit, please send an email response to Christine at christine@farmanimalrescue.org.au (with your CV attached preferably).

ADDRESS

Farm Animal Rescue Inc.

1713 Dayboro Road
Dayboro
QLD 4521

FAR Management Committee

President - Brad King
Treasurer - Carol Slater
Communications - Joanne Webb

CONTACT US

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