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We encourage you to apply at your earliest convenience as applications may be reviewed prior to the closing date and the closing date may be brought forward without notice.

You will support income growth, supporter acquisition and donor engagement through the delivery of BGF’s Community Fundraising program, with a particular focus on building relationships within the LGBTIQ+ community and manage all aspects of BGF’s community fundraising events.

You will have responsibility for:

·         Managing all aspects of the community fundraising program including - operations, logistics, reporting and acquittals;

·         Identifying new opportunities to generate income from existing community partners and build relationships with new community-based organisations;

·         Building strong relationships with key supporters including bars, clubs, dance groups, sporting groups, artists and individuals to maximise fundraising results;

·         Managing BGF’s community events ensuring that all are planned, budgeted, coordinated and implemented on time and within budget, and achieving the agreed upon outcomes;

·         Providing support to BGF’s Events Coordinator where required in the set up and execution of BGF’s major annual events;

·         Managing the organisation’s volunteering needs through an effective working relationship with a volunteer coordinator (a voluntary role).

This is a permanent, part-time role working 60.8 hours per fortnight (4 days a week), based in Surry Hills, Sydney.


Applications CloseNovember 8, 2022
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Job CategoryFundraising
Job FieldCommunity
Employment BasisFull Time, Part Time
LocationSydney Wide

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To meet the challenges of this role you must address the following criteria:


Sound experience in delivering planned community fundraising events;
Proven track record in achieving predetermined objectives within the community fundraising sector;
Proven expertise in working with social and digital media to achieve the organisation’s goals.


Time management and meeting the deadlines;
Effective negotiation and communication skills - clear articulation both in the written and spoken word;
Strong interpersonal relationship skills;
High-level computing expertise in particular in programs such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Publisher and other Office 365 applications;
Honed problem-solving skills;
Attention to detail; and

In addition, you will need to meet the following requirements:

·         Full right to live and work in Australia with no restrictions.

·         The successful applicant must be prepared to undertake a pre-employment Criminal History Check arranged by BGF. In addition, due to the inherent work, health and safety considerations and NSW Health funding requirements of BGF, must also be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (i.e., double dosed plus recommended booster doses) prior to commencing any work, unless medically exempt.

The role includes a broad range of responsibilities and would suit an individual who meets the capability requirements (skills/knowledge, qualification and experience) addressed in the position description.

How to Apply

Please submit your current resume and a covering letter. Please read the full position description carefully and briefly explain why you think you are suitable for the role by addressing the skills/knowledge, qualification and experience.

Submit your application to

Should you have any questions please contact Siobhan Reynolds, Director, Marketing & Fundraising via email to

BGF is an Equal Opportunity employer and encourages persons with a lived experience of HIV to apply.

Bobby Goldsmith Foundation

We encourage you to apply at your earliest convenience as applications may be reviewed prior to the closing date and the closing date may be brought forward without notice.

A rare and exciting opportunity exists for a person with excellent community relations and event organisational skills, to join our Marketing and Fundraising team.

About us

Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) is Australia’s oldest community-based HIV organisation, providing client services and health promotion programs in NSW and SA. We provide direct practical assistance, emotional support, financial counselling, and housing advocacy to people living with HIV.

Our services are accessible to everyone, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or cultural and linguistic background.

Our vision

To help people living with HIV to thrive.

Our mission

BGF provides high quality client services and health promotions programs, as well as advocating with and for people living with HIV.

BGF works to change social attitudes around HIV, to reduce fear, discrimination and stigma and promote acceptance and understanding, working also at a systemic level to influence policy and service development.

Our values

Compassion, Solidarity, Empowerment and Inclusivity.

For more information about BGF please visit our website:

ContactSiobhan Reynolds
Phone number 0447 777 932
Email address