Our core values are integrity, innovation, impact, compassion and collaboration and our staff are committed to fostering a dynamic and positive work environment. A career at the NORTH Foundation is about helping to improve people’s health and wellbeing and to help our staff achieve this, we also offer a range of benefits to ensure your career is as fulfilling and rewarding as possible.
Benefits of working with us
We offer flexible working arrangements to maintain your work/life balance, including the opportunity to work from home a few days a week. We also have the systems and technology in place to appropriately support this hybrid model.
Mentoring is a great way for new hires to expand their network. We offer external mentoring opportunities and have board sponsors for various portfolios. Our membership with the FIA also gives us access to industry experts.
We are situated within the Royal North Shore Hospital campus and benefit from some of the employee services available to NSW Health staff. We also work closely with some of the best clinicians and researchers in the country.
Training and Education
We offer professional development and learning opportunities such as courses, conferences and on-the-job coaching. We want to ensure that you have the appropriate support and skills to perform your role as well as the opportunity to enhance your work performance to meet your personal career goals.
Salary packaging allows you to pay for certain expenses before tax is taken out of your earnings. This reduces the amount of tax paid, helping you make the most of your income. You can choose to package a range of benefits each FBT year on things such as your mortgage, rent, school tuition fees or private health insurance.
We are committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of our workforce. As part of this commitment, we provide staff with health and wellness vouchers and access to activities such as yoga. We are also small and agile enough to be open to implementing new initiatives based on demand such as Bike to Work schemes.
We are hiring now
Community Engagement Officer
Reports to: Director of Marketing and Communications
The Community Engagement Officer will be focused on increasing awareness of the NORTH Foundation across the Northern Sydney Local Health District and supporting community fundraisers in their activities, with the aim of positioning the NORTH Foundation as a charity of choice within the community.
Reports to: Director of Philanthropy
The Bequest Specialist will identify, engage and cultivate relationships with prospects, donors, grateful patients and members of the community who have the potential to give via a bequest with the purpose of increasing philanthropic support to the NORTH Foundation.
Being a part of the NORTH Foundation will give you the opportunity to work with hospitals and research units within the Northern Sydney Local Health District to raise much needed funds. Please watch this video featuring some of our staff to learn more about what it’s like to work for us.
Join our team
We welcome your questions and feedback about NORTH Foundation, our website and any general comments. Please use the form below or contact us by phone or if you would like to work with us, please get in touch.
PO Box 4191 LPO
Royal North Shore Hospital
ST LEONARDS NSW 2065