Careers at Children's Cancer Institute
Corporate Partnerships Coordinator

Randwick - Sydney, Australia  
Employment Type:
Full-Time Permanent  
Corporate Partnerships (CP)
Supporting Documentation:

  • Convenient Randwick location, close to transport
  • Innovative, collaborative and positive team-orientated environment
  • Help save young lives. Work with purpose

Children’s Cancer Institute is the only medical research institute in Australia wholly dedicated to curing childhood cancer and one of the leading medical childhood cancer research institutes worldwide. Our vision is to save the lives of all children with cancer and improve their long-term health, we don’t just hope to do it, we will do it; and we’re looking for the brightest minds to help us get there. Children’s Cancer Institute provides the best possible environment for our staff thrive with state-of-the-art facilities at the Lowy Cancer Research Centre, UNSW Australia – one of the leading cancer research centres in the world.

We are leading the national Zero Childhood Cancer personalised medicine program for children with the most aggressive cancers, in partnership with the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network. Zero Childhood Cancer is the most exciting childhood cancer research initiative ever undertaken in Australia and is a world-leading initiative

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Corporate Partnerships Coordinator to join our dynamic team on a full-time permanent basis. The primary responsibility of this role is to support the team’s mission to raise funds for research into curing childhood cancer through Corporate Partnerships as part of the Children’s Cancer Institute’s fundraising team.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
  • Contribute to the success of the corporate fundraising team by providing administrative support to the Corporate Partnerships Manager and Corporate Partnerships executive to help acquire, engage and nurture new and existing corporate relationships
  • Support the preparation of corporate partnerships collateral including client presentations, compliance agreements, partnerships agreements and other general administrative support.
  • Manage the Corporate Partnerships page on Children’s Cancer Institute website to ensure all content is fresh and up to date.
  • Co-ordination and project management of the ‘CEO Dare to Cure’ campaign including coordination of the marketing communications plan, providing backend analysis and management of the campaign website and assistance in activating participants via telemarketing services to encourage participants to fundraise successfully.
Qualifications, experience and skills required:
  • 2+ years experience in similar coordinator role
  • Microsoft suite experience, particularly powerpoint and excel.
  • Comfortable working/ speaking with external corporate partners, volunteers and donor
  • Experience in website maintenance
  • Data management


Children’s Cancer Institute is strongly committed to the growth of their employees, so all team members can fulfil their aspirations. You'll be rewarded with a friendly and professional flexible work environment, comprehensive on-campus facilities, competitive salary, salary packaging options, on-site parking options, access to a leading EAP program and regular social activities. Join a group of dedicated people in a performance-driven environment to achieve success and discover what it's like to look forward to coming to work every day and make a real difference. We're looking for people who share our values of accountability, integrity and camaraderie, teamwork, sharing and excellence, success and satisfaction.

A detailed job description and additional information about Children's Cancer Institute can be found on our website at: We embrace diversity and encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.

To apply, please click the 'APPLY' link and forward both your resume AND cover letter clearly addressing the qualifications, experience and skills required.  Note: Applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date; which is dependent on the status of the recruitment process.