- Job posted on: 21st Jul 2021
- Applications close:
Are you are motivated to help improve the lives of poor and marginalised people in Australia and overseas? Would you like a part time, flexible role that involves connecting and inspiring others to join, support and promote an organisation with a long history of partnering with, and empowering, disadvantaged communities?
ABM, the national mission agency of the Anglican Church in Australia, is currently investing in activities that encourage and develop our traditional supporter networks. We are looking for a motivated, outgoing individual to connect and inspire like-minded people and groups in and around Western Australia. Supported by a national team, the holder of the role will have the autonomy to determine ways to engage and encourage existing and new communities of support for ABM.
If successful you will be comfortable with ABM’s Anglican ethos and must have experience in working in cross-cultural environments. You will have charge of strengthening ABM’s engagement and fundraising capacity in relation to its broad and diverse support base within the Anglican Church of Australia.
The Key Relationships Coordinator will work closely with ABM’s National team and have the following responsibilities:
The Anglican Board of Mission (ABM), is the national mission agency of the Anglican Church of Australia and works with overseas and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities. We have a holistic view of God’s mission. We work with Anglican Church partners and others to see lives empowered and transformed spiritually, materially, and socially. ABM is accredited with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) for its Community Development Program and is a signatory to the Australian Council for International Development’s (ACFID) Code of Conduct.
ABM Australia takes the prevention of sexual abuse, exploitation, harassment, and fraud seriously. ABM also recognises the personal dignity and rights of children towards whom it has a very special responsibility and duty of care. ABM expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment through its Code of Conduct. Candidates are requested to disclose any offences against children as well as any Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment (SEAH) related offences in their application. The successful candidate will be required to undergo relevant criminal record checks. It is the responsibility of the successful applicant to obtain a Police Check and a Working with Children Check prior to commencement of work.
Note to Applicants: This part-time position (20 hours per week) is WA based, on a 1-year contract.
For further information, please visit the ABM website https://www.abmission.org/pages/job-vacancies.html