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Business Development Manager (Registered Training Organisation)

Job No: 108887
Location: Little Bay

  • Rewarding opportunity for a passionate BDM within a growing Aboriginal community-controlled health organisation
  • Great, inner Sydney location - work close to home!
  • Attractive base salary up to $95k + super, incentives and salary packaging
  • Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply

About the Organisation

The Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of New South Wales (AH&MRC) is the peak body for Aboriginal health in NSW and is comprised of 46 Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations throughout the state.

The AH&MRC provides vital health and health related services in association with its member organisations and these combined services include:

  • Health service delivery
  • Supporting Aboriginal community health initiatives
  • Development and delivery of Aboriginal Health education
  • Research in Aboriginal Health
  • Collecting, evaluating and disseminating Aboriginal health data
  • Policy development and evaluation
  • Project and program planning, implementation and evaluation
  • Ethical evaluation of Aboriginal Health research and data
  • Advocacy and networking

The AH&MRC's vision is that Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHSs) are sustainable and are driving holistic and culturally strong approaches to redressing health inequities for Aboriginal peoples in NSW.

The AH&MRC works for the AH&MRC membership across NSW to ensure accessibility to an adequately resourced and skilled workforce who provide high quality comprehensive primary health care services for Aboriginal communities.

The AH&MRC works in collaboration with other Aboriginal Health and non-Aboriginal health partners to systematically address the social determinants of health and wellbeing.

About the Opportunity

AH&MRC now has an exciting opportunity for a Business Development Manager to join their team, working to develop business opportunities within the Education and Training Unit (RTO) of AHMRC. This is a full-time role based in Little Bay, in Sydney's inner suburbs.

Reporting to the Deputy Chief Executive, this role will see you primarily responsible for identifying and developing strategic business opportunities and maintaining relationships that will grow AH&MRC’s footprint and generate revenue.

What does this look like day-to-day?:

  • Seeking new business opportunities and partnerships through various channels;
  • Collaborating with internal project teams and external stakeholders to drive sales;
  • Providing excellent customer service to new and existing customer to maintain growth; and
  • Actively managing relationships through regular client visits, consultation and communication.

To be considered for this position you will have demonstrated business development experience within the NFP, primary health or ACCHO sectors. Any experience working within an RTO or in a training function will be highly regarded.

Our ideal person for this role will have an entrepreneurial spirit, a stakeholder centric focus, and the ability to take initiative, learn and think creatively. You will be comfortable working in a KPI driven environment and have excellent communication skills with the ability to work with, and understand, Aboriginal communities and cultures.

This role would be well-suited to a proven BDM with a desire to work within an organisation improving primary health outcomes in Australia.

About the Benefits

AH&MRC is offering the successful candidate an attractive remuneration package circa $85,000-$95,000 plus super, negotiable with skills and experience as well as inclusion in a performance-based incentive structure.

As a community health organisation, AH&MRC can also offer you $16,000 of your income salary packaged per annum. This figure is FBT exempt and no tax is payable on this amount, considerably increasing your take-home pay.

You will enjoy working within a friendly and collaborative team environment in a vibrant and central part of Sydney, with easy access to public transport, cafes, shops and a great selection of on-street parking.

This is a rare chance to join and help shape the services of a growing and innovative organisation committed to driving positive change. Don't miss out - APPLY NOW!

The AH&MRC strongly encourages Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people to apply for all advertised positions.

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