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Vacancy - Grants Administrator

Job title: Grants Administrator
Location: Parkville, Melbourne
Applications close: 5pm AEST Monday 28 May, 2018

  •     Full-time grants administration role supporting community media
  •     Small team, excellent working conditions, national organisation
  •     Located in Parkville, close to parks, public transport & CBD

Are you a strong communicator with superior planning, organisational and problem-solving skills? Join our grants administration team supporting the maintenance and development of Australian community broadcasting.

As a Grants Administrator, you will represent our values, policies and processes, supporting applicants and grantees through the grant application process. You’ll provide clear, accurate and relevant advice and maintain our online grants management and CRM systems. High-level communication and administrative skills are required.

This position will hold principal responsibility for supporting servicing our Content Grants Advisory Committee and assisting our Sector Investment Advisory Committee.  You may also represent the CBF at sector conferences where workshops or information sessions on CBF grants are featured.  Occasional travel and weekend work is required, with time-in-lieu provisions as per the CBF Employment Agreement.

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Apply today
Review the Position Description, selection criteria and background information. Provide a CV with cover letter of no more than 2-3 pages addressing the selection criteria, explaining your motivation/suitability for this position and briefly noting how you became aware of the vacancy to:

Ian Stanistreet
Chief Executive Officer
istanistreet@cbf.com.au

About us
The Community Broadcasting Foundation supports and champions community-owned and operated media to connect people and tell vital local stories. We are a team of 10 full-time and part-time staff and more than 100 volunteers who are all passionate about community media. Each year with Australian Government support, we provide more than $19 million in funding to support more than 450 community broadcasting services operating in communities all around Australia.

The CBF is an equal opportunity employer. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, women, people with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people with a disability and people identifying as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.