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Events and Administration Coordinator-Adelaide-Australia

Events and Administration Coordinator-Adelaide-Australia

Feb 03,2017

The Don Dunstan Foundation is a leading South Australian not for profit think tank established in 1999 to promote the values and vision of our Founder, the late Don Dunstan. We focus on social justice and human rights issues through research, public events, collaborative projects and creating new ventures.

The Foundation is in an exciting period of growth and we are seeking a highly motivated and energetic individual who is looking to work in a values based, friendly and dynamic environment. The person should be confident in their ability to prioritise their work load and to manage a number of activities at the same time - in a small organisation.

This role coordinates the Foundation's bookkeeping, budgeting, administration and volunteering activities. It also plays a key role in supporting event organisation, fundraising and other projects the Foundation is engaged with.

Salary: (HEO4) $57,995 - $63,790 per annum, pro rata

Superannuation: An employer contribution of 9.5% applies

Term of position: This fixed-term contract is available immediately until January 2018.

Position requirements

To be successful you should have:

Strong knowledge of MYOB, budgeting and accounting processes
Demonstrated knowledge and experience in volunteer management
Excellent organisational and administration skills
Experience in event/project management including budget and financial reporting
Please address and upload your responses to the 'Knowledge and Experience' section of the position description within the online application. If you have any queries regarding this position, contact David Pearson, Executive Director, telephone: 08 8313 6247or email: [email protected]

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