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Leadership Victoria is a social enterprise which helps Victoria, Australia and the world make progress on complex issues.  We run leadership programs and we work with a network of 3000 graduates on large scale projects to help create a better world.

Project Acquisitions and Development Co-ordinator

Reports to: Manager, Engagement
Hours: Full time, with part time options at request of successful candidate
Key liaisons: Management Team and staff, external contractors and stakeholders
Location: Leadership Victoria (LV), 20 Spring Street, Melbourne 3000

We seek a Project Acquisitions and Development Co-ordinator to scan for and respond to tenders, co-ordinate and write philanthropic grants, government submissions, and to assist in commissioning and reporting on the resultant projects.

This great new role will work with the amazing LV team to identify opportunities for new projects, liaise with potential funders, and as part of the project team will help co-ordinate the implementation of those projects. This is a wonderfully rewarding, satisfying and interesting role, with opportunities for personal development and building stakeholder relationships.

About You

You are a skilled writer, a good project co-ordinator, and a strategic thinker. You’ve probably been involved in grants, submissions and tender preparation and project co-ordination for a while.  You may be itching to broaden out your impact and to be part of something bigger, and LV’s very broad focus and close connection to the many stakeholders who share LV’s vision is likely to appeal to you.

Come help us create a better world. Applications close 9am Friday 21 July, for a start as soon as you’re ready.

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Applications addressed to Gail Siracusa, Manager Engagement, should be received in Word or PDF format at careers@leadershipvictoria.org by 9:00am, Friday 21 July 2017.
Late applications not accepted other than in exceptional circumstances and usually by prior arrangement. Applications which do not specifically also address the key selection criteria will not be considered.