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Central Coast Women's Community Health Centre  
Head of Partnerships and Communications

Head of Partnerships and Communications

Central Coast Community Women's Health Centre (CCCWHC)

Location: Wyoming

  • Rewarding senior leadership role

  • Drive and grow the communications and fundraising strategy

  • Salary packaging options and flexible work arrangements available 

  • Work with purpose - create safe and healthy futures for women

Company Description

CCCWHC is at the forefront of women’s health and well-being on the Central Coast with a strong community profile and established networks with local organisations dedicated to meeting the needs of women. They operate from a feminist perspective, which recognises and identifies ways in which women’s well-being is influenced and impacted by a broad range of social, cultural, economic and biological factors.

CCCWHC is a learning organisation that values the skills and experience of its workers, invests in professional development, and considers its workers to be key to effective service delivery to clients. They provide a flexible, family-friendly work environment with above-award pay and conditions.

The Centre is now seeking an experienced Head of Partnerships and Communications on a permanent part-time (21 hours) basis.  The primary location is the Wyoming Centre (Central Coast) with flexible working options available.

About the Role

Reporting to the CEO, this leadership role is responsible for overseeing and guiding fundraising, marketing, communications, and community engagement functions that drive growth and enhance the awareness and reach of CCCWHC within the community. 

Key Accountabilities

  • Increase fundraising revenue.


  • Build organisational capacity and expertise in fundraising.


  • Proactively drive a fundraising culture across the organisation.


  • Develop and implement health and well-being educational and awareness campaigns.


  • Deliver communications, brand and marketing strategies to tell our story and measure our impact.

  • Nurture existing donors while driving new donor acquisition through careful stewardship of donor journeys.

  • Drive growth across key fundraising channels: Individual Donors, Major Gifts & Philanthropy, Trusts & Foundations, Corporate Support & Partnerships, Community Fundraising

About You


  • You’ll be an experienced marketing and communications professional and leader with a heart for supporting and empowering women.


  • You'll have demonstrated experience in developing, implementing, and measuring fundraising and community engagement strategic objectives and targets.

  • You have a thorough understanding of managing key fundraising channels, generating revenue and organising events


  • You'll have excellent communications and stakeholder management skills and experience, including securing major gifts and/or corporate partnerships. Political advocacy experience will be highly regarded


  • You’ll be a strategic and creative thinker, and a talented storyteller 

Aboriginal women, women who have a disability, and women of culturally & linguistically diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
CCCWHC is entitled to employ only female and transgender-female staff, due to the nature of our service, under the Anti-Discrimination Act, 1977 (NSW) Section 31.

How to Apply

Your application must include: 

  • A cover letter of 3-4 pages demonstrating your knowledge, skills, experience, and qualifications that make you suitable to fulfill the responsibilities of this role. Please refer to the selection criteria in the position description. Ensure that your cover letter communicates why you are applying for this role.​

  • A current CV detailing relevant experience, education and achievements.

Submit your application below or contact us for further information and a confidential discussion at   


Applications close on 4 August 2024.

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