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Direct Marketing Retention Coordinator
Sydney, Australia
Applications Close: 10th October
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Regional Individual Giving Manager
Hong Kong
Applications Close: 10th October
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Support Office - Office of the CEO 
Sydney, Australia
Applications Close: 16th October
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Process Development Specialist
Sydney, Australia
Applications Close: 10th October 2016
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Global Financial Controller
Sydney, Australia
Applications Close: 4th October 2016
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Group Accountant and Treasury

Sydney, Australia
Applications Close: 4th October 2016
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Business Systems Analyst
Sydney, Australia
Applications Close: 30th September 2016
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Content Manager
Sydney, Australia
Applications Close: 26th September 2016
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Assistant Manager - Advocacy, Policy and Community Education 
Darwin, Australia
Applications Close: 26 September 2016
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Assistant Manager - Advocacy, Policy and Community Education
  • Help improve eye health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
  • Bring your Advocacy skills and help end avoidable blindness and improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s health
  • Permanent role, located in Darwin

Come and join our international development organisation where we are working hard to eliminate avoidable blindness by 2020. Working closely with our partners, in regions across Australia, our Indigenous Australia Program is committed to increasing access to high quality and culturally appropriate eye care services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians living in remote and underserviced communities.

An excellent opportunity exists for an experienced Advocacy professional to join our Indigenous Australia Program to provide strong leadership in the areas of Advocacy, Policy and Community Education.   Working as part of our Indigenous Australia Program (IAP), and in close consultation with The Foundations’ Global Partnerships and Advocacy (GPA) and Public Affairs Divisions, the Assistant Manager for Advocacy, Policy and Community Education will coordinate the influential coverage of The Foundation’s work on ending avoidable blindness and improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. 

Leading a small team of professionals you will be responsible for:

  • Shaping strategic advocacy initiatives from a sound policy basis;
  • Strategically developing and implementing community education initiatives;
  • Supporting local and national media coverage in line with our operating principles and partnerships;
  • Enhancing The Foundation’s public profile; and
  • The production of high quality internal and external communication materials. 

To be successful in this role, you will have experience in developing, initiating and overseeing influential advocacy campaigns.  You will be an accomplished advocacy leader and strategic thinker, with strong writing skills, project management and an extensive background in health and/or government advocacy. Your ability to cultivate key relationships; developing strategies and resources to influence, persuade and build the confidence of partners and stakeholders will be critical to your success.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are strongly encouraged to apply.

How to apply and who to contact?
Applications can be made via the online application form and should include an up to date resume and letter of application which addresses all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the Job Description.

Alternatively, If you would like further information please contact our Recruitment Specialist Victoria Cawley or Nicole Cunningham on 02 87411962 or via email at employment@hollows.org

Applications Close: Monday 26th September

The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work.  Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.

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Content Manager
  • Be a part of our award winning Communications team
  • Play a pivotal role in helping us end avoidable blindness
  • Diverse and varied Communications projects - based in Sydney
A rare and exciting opportunity exists to join one of Australia’s most well respected and fastest growing international development organisations – The Fred Hollows Foundation. Working across 26 countries, our vision is for a world where no one is needlessly blind. We have an ambitious 5 year strategic plan that aims to take The Foundation even closer to realising our vision of ending avoidable blindness.
 
In this leadership position, the Content Manager is accountable for ensuring a high standard of visual content (photography, videos) and written publications for the Public Affairs division.  You will work closely with the broader communications team, including media and digital teams, as well as the Marketing and Fundraising team to direct, source and produce campaign content that ensures increased awareness, engagement and influence of our vision across a wide range of global audiences.  As the Content Manager you will supervise the production of, and write content for our annual report, Fred’s Vision magazines and other key publications and you will work closely with in-country communications staff to gather compelling stories, images and footage to be used in our advertising and appeals.
 
This diverse and stimulating role will suit a talented Communications professional, with significant experience in leading a small team across multimedia and content creation. A Journalism/documentary background would be highly desirable as would experience in international development, not-for-profit and non-government/ government sector. The complexity of this role will be to apply your professional expertise in a culturally diverse and often politically sensitive and complex external environment. Your ability to cultivate key relationships; developing strategies and resources to influence, persuade and build the confidence of partners and other stakeholders will be critical to your success.
 
The ability to travel internationally is essential.
 
How to apply & who to contact
Applications can be made via the online application form and should include an up to date resume and letter of application which addresses all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the Job Description.
 
Alternatively, If you would like further information please contact our Recruitment Specialist Victoria Cawley or Nicole Cunningham on 02 87411962 or via email at employment@hollows.org
 
Applications close: 26th September 2016
 
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.
 
The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work.  Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.
 

Global Financial Controller

  • Key Financial Leadership position with vast scope and influence
  • Use your skills and expertise to oversee The Foundation’s internal controls, build strong finance teams and implement global financial policies and help end avoidable blindness.
  • Based in Rosebery, 10 mins from the CBD.
The Global Financial Controller is accountable for ensuring appropriate internal controls are in place throughout The Foundation, global financial policies are implemented and strong finance teams built to oversee the production of accurate and reliable financial accounts to manage the risks and needs of The Foundation and key stakeholders. This will be a challenging and rewarding role offering the opportunity to influence, inspire and lead others through a number of exciting programs of work.

The successful candidate will possess a CPA or CA qualification and have had an extensive Accounting career, ideally in the international NGO environment or private sector. As an experienced Finance Controller, they will have thorough knowledge of regulatory requirements relevant to NGOs particularly in Australia, along with solid knowledge of internal control/ Global Finance systems specific to multi-entity environments. Critical to the success of this individual will be their inspiring leadership, evidenced by their ability to develop the skills of finance teams and manage finance projects in an international environment. You will have a high-level of attention to detail, excellent communication and well developed interpersonal skills.

Please note that internally this position is called, Global Lead - Financial Controllership

How to apply and who to contact?
Applications can be made via the online application form and should include an up to date resume and letter of application which addresses all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the Job Description.

Alternatively, If you would like further information please contact our Recruitment Specialist Victoria Cawley or Nicole Cunningham on 02 87411962 or via email at employment@hollows.org

Applications close: Tuesday 4th October, 2016

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.

The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work.  Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment

 
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Group Accountant & Treasury

  • Key position in our global Finance team to oversee the production of consolidated statutory accounts, develop global financial policies and create a strong treasury function
  • Use your skills and expertise to help us end avoidable blindness.
  • Based in Rosebery, 10 mins from the CBD.
The Group Accountant is accountable for producing consolidated statutory accounts, Global Financial Policy development, compliance with Corporate Regulatory Requirements and development of a Global Treasury Function.   Key responsibilities within this role include managing the preparation of the consolidated annual financial statements from all of the FHF entities, ensuring compliance with international Corporate Regulatory requirements. This individual will manage and oversee the annual audit of the FHF Group’s consolidated accounts and oversee the annual audits of the FHF related entities in conjunction with regional teams. They will also play a key role in development of a strong treasury function as well as provide the lead in developing Global Financial Policies.

The successful candidate will possess a CPA or CA qualification and have had an extensive Accounting career, ideally in the international NGO environment or private sector. They will have a solid background in Treasury, Financial Policy Development, consolidated financial statements incorporating foreign entities and the management of external audits. Advanced communication, interpersonal and leadership skills, along with strong analytical and planning skills will be key to success in this role. 

Please note that internally this position is called, Global Lead  -Statutory, Policy and Treasury.

How to apply and who to contact?
Applications can be made via the online application form and should include an up to date resume and letter of application which addresses all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the Job Description.

Alternatively, If you would like further information please contact our Recruitment Specialist Victoria Cawley or Nicole Cunningham on 02 87411962 or via email at employment@hollows.org

Applications close: Tuesday 4th October, 2016

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.

The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work.  Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment
 
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 Business Systems Analyst
  • Key role in our global program implementation
  • 1 year Contract with potential to extend
  • Rosebery Location (10 minutes from City Centre)
Come and join our international development organisation where we are ensuring that the vision of Fred Hollows lives on.  We are working to eradicate avoidable blindness by 2020, and are committed to working with partners to bring about change that is sustainable and reaches even the most vulnerable communities.

An exciting opportunity currently exists for a talented Business Systems Analyst to bring their skills and passion to play a critical role in the phased implementation of new Financial, Business Intelligence and Project Management systems here at The Fred Hollows Foundation. Reporting into the Project Manager, you will partner with internal business stakeholders, the FHF project team and vendors to support business needs’ analysis, functional requirements specification and system solution design. The role will involve extensive workshop facilitation, documentation of functional specifications, and review of solution design documents, testing, training and post implementation support.

To be successful in this position, you will have previous experience in requirements elicitation, fit/gap analysis and preparation of functional design documents along with excellent analytical and problem solving skills. You will have a professional, motivated and enthusiastic approach, and the ability to facilitate workshops and document requirements with confidence and ease. You will be tertiary qualified and ideally familiar with financial systems and working within an Agile project framework. This is an opportunity to be a significant contributor to improving our major business systems, ensuring that the work of The Fred Hollows Foundation continues to support indigenous health and blindness prevention in Australia and the developing world.

How to apply and who to contact?
Applications can be made via the online application form and should include an up to date resume and letter of application which addresses all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the Job Description.

Alternatively, If you would like further information please contact our Recruitment Specialist Victoria Cawley or Nicole Cunningham on 02 87411962 or via email at employment@hollows.org

Applications close: Friday 30th September

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.

The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work.  Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other
 
 Process Development Specialist
  • Key role in ensuring the FHF succeeds in building a stronger more effective organisation and supports operational improvement across the entire business
  • Interesting and varied range of projects and opportunities to work across the business
  • 1 Year contract, based in Rosebery, 10 mins from the CBD. 
An excellent opportunity exists to join one of Australia’s most well respected and fastest growing international development organisations – The Fred Hollows Foundation. Working across 27 countries, our vision is for a world where no one is needlessly blind. We have an ambitious 5 year strategic plan that aims to take The Foundation even closer to realising our vision of ending avoidable blindness.
 

The Process Development Specialist will plan, develop and implement our agreed process improvement methodology to assist all areas of the organisation in increasing their effectiveness through review, redesign and improvement of internal processes, this may also include the internal audit process. As The Foundation’s process champion, you will lead the development of the skills and knowledge of the organisation in adopting process best practice.
 
The successful candidate will be degree qualified and possess outstanding facilitation and engagement skills along with excellent process improvement skills. The successful candidate will likely have formal training in LEAN/ Six Sigma with strong commercial acumen and the ability to work inclusively and engage people while increasing their knowledge and understanding of process and project requirements. Utilising their advanced communication, interpersonal and leadership skills, along with strong analytical and planning skills will be key to success in this role. 
 

How to apply and who to contact?
Applications can be made via the online application form and should include an up to date resume and letter of application which addresses all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the Job Description.
 
Alternatively, If you would like further information please contact our Recruitment Specialist Victoria Cawley or Nicole Cunningham on 02 87411962 or via email at employment@hollows.org
 
Applications close: 
10th October 2016
 
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.
 
The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work.  Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment

 
 Support Officer - Office of the CEO
  • Do you enjoying supporting a variety of roles?
  • Use your skills and expertise to improve The Foundation’s governance systems and processes.
  • Full-time permanent position, based in Sydney 
A rare and exciting opportunity exists to join one of Australia’s most well respected and fastest growing international development organisations – The Fred Hollows Foundation. Working across 26 countries, our vision is for a world where no one is needlessly blind. We have an ambitious 5 year strategic plan that aims to take The Foundation even closer to realising our vision of ending avoidable blindness.

In this varied and exciting position the support officer will be responsible for providing a high standard of administrative and secretarial support to the office of the CEO, with a particular focus on providing direct support to The Foundation’s Governance team, including support for The Foundation’s Board and Committees and The Foundation’s members.  
 
To be successful in this role, you will have previous experience providing high level administration support within a professional working environment.  An understanding of governance & compliance structures would be highly desirable, as will your ability to build and manage strong business relationships particularly at the Executive level. You will have advanced administrative skills, with proficiency in Microsoft office suite applications. Critical to your success will be your excellent interpersonal skills, good judgement in assessing the comparative significance of matters, exemplary written skills and the ability to meet conflicting deadlines.

How to apply and who to contact?
Applications can be made via the online application form and should include an up to date resume and letter of application which addresses all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the Job Description.

Alternatively, If you would like further information please contact our Recruitment Specialist Victoria Cawley or Nicole Cunningham on 02 87411962 or via email at employment@hollows.org

Applications close: Friday 16th October

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.

The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work.  Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment
 

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 Regional Individual Giving Manager
  • Drive Individual Giving Program in Hong Kong and new markets throughout the region for world-renowned international development NGO
  • New market environment with enormous growth potential
  • Regional role and key member of regional individual giving team
Inspired by the work of the late Professor Fred Hollows, a renowned eye doctor and skilled surgeon, The Fred Hollows Foundation is one of Australia’s most well respected and fastest growing international development organisations. Working in partnership with local stakeholders across 24 countries throughout Asia, Africa and Australia, we have an ambitious growth plan that aims to realise our vision of ending avoidable blindness.

As part of a growing team, reporting to the Head of Hong Kong, and supported by local and International teams, the Regional Individual Giving Manager will drive the acquisition and retention of all cash and regular donors in Hong Kong including Face-to-Face and other income channels. In this regional role, you will also be a key voice in establishing and managing individual giving programs in new markets across the region.

Specifically responsibilities include:
  • Manage and expand The Foundation’s individual giving program in Hong Kong
  • Implement and grow The Foundation’s individual giving programs in new regional markets
  • Database Marketing and Reporting
  • Community Fundraising and Fundraising event support
  • Actively contributing to the broader regional strategy
You are an experienced individual giving professional, self-motivated and resilient, and can demonstrate success managing public donor programs either from the client or the vendor side, preferably both.

Whether you’re a seasoned professional or taking the next step up in your career, your skills will include:
  • The ability to manage a national Face-to-Face giving program including servicing of supplier relationships, training, and campaign and content development
  • Experience working with senior supplier staff and negotiating supplier and partner contracts
  • Understanding of alternative income channels
  • Excellent organisational and communications skills
If driving a regional individual giving program for a well-respected and fast-growing International NGO is of interest to you then we would love to hear from you.

Applications can be made via the online application form and should include an up to date resume and letter of application which addresses all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the Job Description.

Alternatively, If you would like further information please contact our Recruitment Specialist Victoria Cawley or Nicole Cunningham on +61 (0) 2 87411962 or via email at employment@hollows.org

Closing date for Applications:  Monday 10th October

The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children and community partners in all areas where we work.  Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.

 

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 Direct Marketing Retention Coordinator
  • Support fundraising team with a reputation for excellence
  • Full-time permanent
  • Located in Rosebery
Come and join one of Australia’s most well respected and fastest growing international development organisations – The Fred Hollows Foundation. Working across 21 countries, our vision is for a world where no one is needlessly blind. We have an ambitious 5 year strategic plan that aims to take The Foundation even closer to realising our vision of ending avoidable blindness.

You will assist the Donor Retention and Direct Marketing teams with the planning, implementation and growth of The Foundation's national Donor retention programs (both cash and regular giving). Specific responsibilities include:
 
  • Coordinating, implementing and monitoring national direct marketing programs
  • Coordinating key supplier relationships
  • Providing support to the direct marketing, marketing and fundraising teams
You can demonstrate your ability to support multiple campaigns, including project management, collating data and reporting, as well as managing supplier relationships.  Ideally you have a relevant tertiary qualification, and at least 12 months marketing experience (non-profit sector preferred).

How to apply & who to contact
Applications can be made via the online application form and should include an up to date resume and letter of application which addresses all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the Job Description.

Alternatively, If you would like further information please contact our Recruitment Specialist Victoria Cawley or Nicole Cunningham on 02 87411962 or via email at employment@hollows.org

Applications close: Monday 10th October

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.

The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work.  Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.
 
 

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