Welcome to Project AWARE career's page! Project AWARE Foundation staff working in Australia, United States, and the United Kingdom form a united front, tackling specific global objectives for ocean protection.
If you are interested in employment opportunities at Project AWARE, please email or send a cover letter outlining your career goals, along with a current CV or resume to the appropriate Project AWARE Office. Your information will be stored for future consideration.
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Fundraising Manager - Sydney, Australia: Spearhead fundraising strategies and efforts on a global and local level to ensure financial stability of all Project AWARE offices. The Fundraising Manager will manage the global fundraising team, report progress to the Project AWARE Asia Pacific Board of Directors as well as manage fundraising budgets. The Fundraising Manager will provide day to day operational management of the Asia Pacific charity. Full job description can be found here.
Deadline to apply: Friday 27th February 2015. Send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com
Administrative Assistant - Bristol, UK: Provides administrative and secretarial support to the Project AWARE team to ensure efficient day-to-day office operations. Primary responsibility is to administer the 100% AWARE programme and all accounts payables and receivables for Project AWARE. Additional duties include record-keeping, processing invoices, preparing and submitting Gift Aid forms, compiling financial records, managing inventory records, assisting with annual budgeting process, and working on special projects as required. Full job description can be found here.
Deadline to apply: Monday 9th March 2015. Send your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply, please send your resume and salary history to email@example.com
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