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Do you have outstanding administration and community engagement skills and thrive in enabling community-led change, working in multi-sector partnerships, deliver to the highest standard from the grassroots to Board level, and get how remote, rural, and regional communities work?
Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) is expanding our delivery team and is seeking a ready-to-hit-the-ground-running Grant Support Officer with exceptional skills in project management, grants program management and evaluation, and relationship and stakeholder management. If this sounds like you and you’d like to align your skills and experience with good purpose in a talented team and organisation committed to the vitality of remote, rural, and regional Australian communities, then this role with FRRR might be for you.
The responsibilities for this support officer role are primarily to provide general administration and specialist grant assessment support to the Strengthening Communities Program (SRC) team for bushfire recovery focussed grants and the 2009 Victorian Bushfire Appeal programs (GR&W/GR&W Kinglake). The role will also provide ad-hoc support to other areas of the organisation delivering disaster recovery and resilience programs such as Giving Sub Funds, drought recovery and resilience programs, and the Disaster Resilient:Future Ready program, as directed by the Disaster Resilience & Recovery Lead.
The Disaster Resilience Support Officer role will proactively support best practice grant making approaches and ensure FRRR’s knowledge and experience within disaster recovery is fully capitalised across the organisation and for the benefit of rural and regional communities around Australia affected by natural disasters.
The key duties include:
Proactively work as part of the team, contributing to continuous improvement, practice development, and role-modelling organisation values.
This role is located in Bendigo but applications from further afield will be considered. FRRR is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from people with diverse cultural backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people of all abilities.
Enquiries can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Disaster Resilience and Recovery Grant Support Officer enquiry via EthicalJobs.
A position description is attached.