Children's Cancer Institute exists to put an end to
childhood cancer and is the only medical research institute in Australia solely
dedicated to this cause. The Institute doesn’t just hope to do it – they will
do it; and they are looking for the brightest minds to help them get there.
Children’s Cancer Institute provides the best possible environment for its
staff with state-of-the-art facilities at the Lowy Cancer Research Centre, UNSW
Australia – one of the leading cancer research centres in the world.
Achieving these ambitious goals could not be done
without significant financial support from the Institute’s philanthropic
donors. As the Institute looks to significantly build on its strategic
fundraising activity and philanthropic income, they are seeking to fill this
crucial role within the Fundraising and Marketing Department who will be
pivotal in ensuring long term success at a time of extensive growth across the
The Head of Individual Giving
is a senior management role that provides strategic leadership to the Individual
Giving Team and its activities, including the development and implementation of
an Individual Giving Strategy that achieves positive income growth and a
broadening of the donor base. A significant track record at a senior level, in
both strategic planning and management of the full suite of fundraising
programs including major giving, regular giving, bequests and stewardship, will
ensure success in the role.
You will have a strong passion and belief in the mission and work of the
Institute and will be driven and ambitious but will thrive in an innovative,
collaborative and positive team-orientated environment.
For further information on this
exciting opportunity, please contact Deann Stevens, Business Support
Administrator, Australia Office, Richmond Associates, on +61 2 8218 2185 or
The Children's Cancer Institute is an Australian medical research institute wholly dedicated to the prevention and treatment of childhood cancer. Established in 1974, the Institute is affililiated with both the University of Sydney and Sydney Children's Hospital.