Vision:                  To live in a community which understands, values and enjoys its heritage.

Mission:               To remain an independent, non-government community advocate, understanding and safeguarding our heritage today and tomorrow.

Database Administrator 

        • Location Sydney, NSW
        • Job Type Full-time
        • Category Business
        • Sectors : Arts, Culture, Heritage
        • Reports to: IT Manager
        • Salary Package: $83 – $86k plus on-site parking in Sydney CBD

Overview

The National Trust is the largest community based, not-for-profit conservation organisation in Australia, operating for more than 70 years. Our vision is to bring the heritage of New South Wales to life for future generations. We achieve this by advocating, conserving and protecting our built, cultural and natural heritage and by educating and engaging the community through the sharing and interpretation of all Australian heritage stories in ways that awaken a sense of place and belonging. To achieve this vision we require need to ensure the financial strengthen of the Trust.

The National Trust (NSW) is seeking an experienced Database Administrator to deliver a range of sustainable and efficient technology services to the organisation. This is an exciting new position created from the recently delivered 5 year Strategic Plan for the National Trust. Whilst the initial focus will be on the enhancement and optimisation of our CRM system, you will be involved in a number of major database projects that support core business across NSW.

Proven technical competence and an ability to build strong relationships across the business are all essential qualities, as you will be working with a diverse group of stakeholders. You will need to be both conceptual and hands-on if you are to meet your targets. Your greatest challenge will be to deliver outstanding results whilst respecting the limitations inherent in operating within a largely volunteer workforce.

About the Role

Reporting directly to the IT Manager, you will be responsible for:

        • Collaborating and coordination with other teams to improve processes and promote effective strategic programs;
        • Data Management of the membership database and providing assistance to other users;
        • Timely delivery of scheduled and ad hoc reports using the CRM database and various reporting tools;
        • Importing and exporting of data from and to internal partners in relation to donor processing, communications, database maintenance and fulfilment;
        • Cleaning and data validation prior to import;
        • Data quality of imported and exported data;
        • Decision making on data classification and storage and identifying any gaps in the process;
        • Assisting business areas to develop and document requirements for enhancements to the CRM business system;
        • Implementation of data privacy policies, practices and procedures that will ensure the National Trust complies with privacy legislation;
        • Working alongside the IT Manager to develop and implement projects related to the 5 year Strategic Plan ;
        • Improving and refining other data sets across the organisation; eg Collections management, Grant Management, Facility/Asset Management, Volunteer database

About you

You will be a highly organised forward-thinker, with the ability to multi-task and prioritise work items to maximise your time, whilst also delivering an outstanding service to internal stakeholders and our members.

Additionally you will have the following:

        • Excellent oral and written communication skills
        • Experience in interpreting and investigating data using SQL and Microsoft Excel
        • Strong analytical, problem solving and root-cause analysis skills
        • Knowledge of NSW privacy legislation and information security policies
        • Minimum of 2 years’ experience working with CRM platforms in a fundraising environment
        • Ability to communicate with non-technical audiences
        • Ability to build relationships with all levels of the business
        • Tertiary qualifications in business systems, IT or a related discipline

It would also be advantageous to have:

        • Experience using the IMIS database
        • Experience with Microsoft SSRS
        • Recognised credibility and commitment to heritage/conservation

Ultimately we’re looking for that special someone who has an interest on our business and a desire to find ways to run our systems more efficiently. We offer a flexible work environment and value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings.

You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

For a full position description or any enquiries call:  02 9258 0159 or email hr@nationaltrust.com.au

To apply, submit your CV together with a covering letter addressing the key accountabilities to: hr@nationaltrust.com.au

Closing date: 22 November 2019

NB: Flexible Start Date: January 2020

 


Senior Membership Coordinator

        • Location: National Trust Centre, Observatory Hill Sydney NSW
        • Hours of Work: 35 per week
        • Reporting to: Director of Development, Membership, Philanthropy and Bequests
        • Department:  Membership & Fundraising
        • Salary Package: circa $77k

Overview

The National Trust NSW is the State’s largest community based conservation organisation. It operates a number of important museums and leased historic properties while also looking after a large collection of objects and archaeological artefacts. The Trust is committed to providing educational and cultural services that enhance public knowledge and protect our State’s special places.

About the Role

Reporting to the Director of Development and Memberships, this permanent role has primary responsibly for managing the membership life-cycle from enquiry through to renewal. In addition, you will maintain and deliver a schedule of donor and member communications via online and offline channels such as direct mail, email, SMS, social and telemarketing.

You will also be responsible for providing processing, event and scheduling support to increase all additional fundraising income through new and existing funding channels, such as bequests, patron program and community fundraising.

Customer facing, this role is the primary point of contact within the organisation for all membership interaction and enquiries by phone, web, email and post. The right candidate will also be well versed in membership acquisition and be able to transfer this knowledge to our regional properties.

About you

To be successful in this role, you must be able to multitask, be extremely organised and have a high attention to detail. A positive attitude, the flexibility to meet a wide range of job demands and tight deadlines and an ability to work autonomously or as part of a team are also a ‘must’.

This role would suit a Business graduate with 2-3 years’ work experience within a membership organisation or fundraising discipline. Ideally you would also have worked within the NFP sector and have a love of the environment or the protection of heritage.

For a full job description or any enquiries please contact HR on 02 9258 0150 or email HR@nationaltrust.com.au

All applications should include a CV and covering letter addressing the Key Accountabilities in the Job Description.

Applications close COB Friday 15 November 2019. Immediate start available

 

Relationship Manager 

  • Location Sydney, NSW
  • Job Type Full-time
  • Category Business
  • Sectors : Arts, Culture, Heritage
  • Reports to: Director of Development and Memberships
  • Salary Package: Up to $90k plus on-site parking in Sydney CBD

Overview

The National Trust is the largest community based, not-for-profit conservation organisation in Australia, operating for more than 70 years. Our vision is to bring the heritage of New South Wales to life for future generations. We achieve this by advocating, conserving and protecting our built, cultural and natural heritage and by educating and engaging the community through the sharing and interpretation of all Australian heritage stories in ways that awaken a sense of place and belonging. To achieve this vision we require need to ensure the financial strengthen of the Trust.

The National Trust (NSW) is seeking an experienced Relationship Manager to manage relationships with high value donors. This is an exciting new position created from the recently delivered 5 year Strategic Plan for the National Trust. The role will focus on building relationships with Members who have a deep level of engagement with the National Trust and you will also be responsible for event creation.

 

About the Role

As the Relationship Manager, you will build and manage long term relationships with new and existing major donors and potential and existing bequestors to achieve agreed income targets. You will work collaboratively with the Director of Development and Memberships to identify and steward potential high net worth individuals, as well as write high quality requests for funding, ensuring donors receive inspiring proposals and are well informed of the impact of their gifts.

The successful candidate will have a proven track record of securing income from major donors or other relevant funders, along with experience of research techniques to identify prospects. With a proven ability to network, engage and preserve long term relationships, you should be able to demonstrate excellent communication skills at all levels.

 

  • Working with high net-worth individuals (HNWI) and Bequestors, you will be comfortable working within a Moves Management structure and be responsible for:
  • Account Management. Managing a portfolio of Philanthropic donors, you will meet set KPIs, financial budgets and be a National Trust advocate at meetings and events.
  • Relationship Development. A natural relationship manager, you will effortlessly develop key relationship and ensure philanthropy management plans are maintained.
  • Stakeholder Engagement. Engaging with key stakeholders, you will bring together individuals and divisions to achieve strategic objectives.
  • Developing a program of events for donor engagement, managing and engaging donors and moving them up the ladder of giving.
  • Exercising due diligence to ensure occupational, work health and safety risks are addressed.
  • Undertaking all other tasks and duties in consultation with the Director of Fundraising and Membership.

 

About You

  • You will have 5 years+ in fundraising, marketing, sales or public relations
  • You will have a demonstrated networking ability and experience in relationship building
  • Sound knowledge of fundraising standards, principles, policies and procedures.
  • Tertiary qualifications in Business, Arts, Marketing or a related field.

 

You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

For a full position description or any enquiries call:  02 9258 0159 or email hr@nationaltrust.com.au

To apply, submit your CV together with a covering letter addressing the key accountabilities to: hr@nationaltrust.com.au

Closing date: 22 November 2019

NB: Flexible Start Date: January 2020

Bush Regenerators

The National Trust is Australia’s pioneering Natural Area Restoration NGO and is seeking to employ qualified bush regenerators or people who have experience working with the Green Army environmental action program. Ideal applicants will be available 5 days per week. However three and four days per week availability will also be considered. Applicants must be passionate, hard-working, motivated, and keen to learn and share our passion for conservation work. Vacancies are available working with crews on projects located in the West, North and South of Sydney. Projects will include, bush regeneration, re-vegetation, noxious weed control, erosion control & instream fortification works, burn prep and asset protection.

The National Trust values motivated staff and rewards employees by

        • Offering professional opportunities for growth and flexibility
        • Offering interesting and challenging projects in a supportive team environment
        • Actively encourages employee feedback and ownership of projects
        • Paying above industry awards rates

Essential selection criteria

        • Cert II or III in Conservation and Land Management or current enrollment
        • Experience working with green army will be considered
        • Current Chemical Certificate AQF3
        • Knowledge of local native and exotic plant species and invasive weeds
        • Current Drivers Licence and own vehicle
        • OHS Green/White Card
        • Physically fit for the inherent requirements of the role
        • Ability to work as part of a team and under direct supervision
        • Strong work ethic

Desirable Selection Criteria

        • Current First Aid Certificate
        • Certificate in Chainsaw Operations (level 1) and demonstrated experience using chainsaws
        • Demonstrated experience using brushcutters and augers
        • Demonstrated experience in herbicide spraying using backpacks and high-volume units
        • Previous bush regeneration experience highly regarded
        • Field ID skills for relevant flora and fauna highly regarded
        • Other relevant training and/or experience (e.g. Horticulture) will be considered

If this sounds like the opportunity you have been looking for and would like to work with a highly respected organisation with a rich history in natural area conservation and restoration, please send resumes to bms@nationaltrust.com.au.