ABOUT THE ROLE:
Within a team approach and under the supervision of the CEO, the Business Development Manager will be responsible for the smooth operation of the office and for developing current and future partnerships and opportunities.
The position will ensure high levels of organisational effectiveness, communication, and safety to improve the organisations procedures and day-to-day operation. This will include but is not limited to the following list of duties:
- Achieve healthy and sustainable partnerships with likeminded organisations, individuals and communities
- Identify enhancements to Deadly Connections programs, events and systems by researching evidence-based strategies for achievements within an ACCO framework
- Designing and implementing administrative systems
- Exercise a high level of responsibility for the work undertaken by all employees, including undertaking planning, direction, management and evaluation of program operations
- Facilitate and engage in internal and external stakeholder meetings about the operation and programs of the organisation
- Working closely with CEO and Deputy-CEO as directed
- Identifying, developing and submission of funding applications including meeting acquittal report deadlines following the end of program funding
- Develop operational policies, practices and guidelines as required, ensuring organisational activities and outcomes are achieved
- Coordinate regular staff team meetings as well as debriefing sessions to ensure a streamlined and positive team environment.
KEY CANDIDATE CONSIDERATIONS
- A tertiary degree in Business, Marketing and/or a related discipline
- Minimum 1-3 years’ experience in a Business Development role with proven track record of success
- Experience in a similar role working with the resource sector to develop business opportunities
- Fundraising and Marketing experience
- Work as a member of a team with shared vision and values
- Not required however desirable, the successful candidate will have demonstrated experience working with First Nations communities and individuals.
We strongly encourage mob to apply for this role as this is an identified role however, we are accepting EOI’s for non-identified applicants. What is important is that you are passionate and committed to improving outcomes for Aboriginal people, families, and communities – particularly those who are systems involved.
Please note that Deadly Connections is an EEO employer. We are committed to providing opportunities to all applicants without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, age, criminal history, or ability. We strongly encourage individuals with an experience in the criminal justice system or child protection system to join our team.
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