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Gifts in Wills Coordinator (12 month contract)

The primary role of the Gifts in Wills Coordinator is to develop and implement strategies designed to increase visibility of legacies to Médecins Sans Frontières and increase donor pipeline for future support through gifts in wills and steward the relationship with existing confirmed bequestors. The role will support and work closely with the team on development of the new BQ program strategy, lead on implementation of marketing and donor stewardship projects and take ownership of all administrative tasks associated with the BQ program, including supporting estate management with the assistance of the external agency partner. This role will also be expected to be on the phone, talking to donors where relevant and appropriate. This hands-on role requires an understanding of best practice in direct marketing, legacy fundraising and relationship building, using different channels of communication.

Additionally, maintenance of brand integrity, awareness raising, project management and relationships with project and organisational stakeholders are also vital to the successful fulfilment of the role.
The Gift in Wills team will need to work very closely with various other internal stakeholders, including the DM team, the NZ FR Manager, with the Major Donor Manager and  the Digital team in relation to all digital  related activities (marketing, brand awareness, donor journeys and emails).

For full job responsibilities and application criteria, please review the JD below:

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Applications

Applications MUST address individual selection criteria. You should also write a cover letter indicating why you want to work for Médecins Sans Frontières Australia and attach a copy of your CV.Please note that a criminal record check may be required as part of the selection process. Applicants with criminal records will not automatically be ineligible for the position they are applying for. Médecins Sans Frontières Australia has a Child Protection Policy in place and all employees are required to comply with this policy.Médecins Sans Frontières Australia is committed to creating an inclusive workplace for all our staff. We believe that a diverse team helps us better serve those most in need, we encourage flexibility (in all its forms) and we encourage people from a wide range of backgrounds to apply for this role, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTQIA+, people from other culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds and people with disabilities. People with a disability can request support from our Domestic HR Department if you think you may require reasonable adjustment during the recruitment process.
 
Applications and enquiries to Email: [email protected]