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General Manager - Kaiwhakahaere Matua

Strategic, general management, relationship and advocacy role

•  Wellington

Hui E! Community Aotearoa has been born from a collaborative process initiated by Social Development Partners and ANGOA.  It will replace these organisations and is here for the community sector - the broad voluntary and community sector inclusive of charities, not-for-profit entities, not-for-profit Maori organisations, tangata whenua and informal community groups.  The name Hui E! derives from part of the longer saying often used in oratory -  Whano, whano! Haramai te toki! Haumi ē! Hui ē! Tāiki ē! It is used to signal that the group is united and ready to progress the purpose of gathering and representing the sector.

The General Manager - Kaiwhakahaere Matua will report to the Board through the Chair and will have responsibility for ensuring that Hui E! Community Aotearoa effectively delivers across its core functions:
- Hui – being a forum for the community sector
- Āwhina  – practical support for the community sector
- Kōrero – a public voice for the community sector

 If you are able to offer the following:
• At least 5 years  experience within a senior management role, preferably within a community sector context
• An ability to embed the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi in your work and a proven ability to build effective relationships with hapu
• Knowledge of public policy and how communities can have a voice in how it is created
• Innovative thinking, with proven ability to find new approaches and solutions
• A strong focus on strategy and planning for deliverables and results
• Excellent relationship management and a proven ability to work collaboratively
We would love to hear from you! 
Please download a copy of the Job Description and send your applications to:

Laura Dempsey, Cubal Team Ltd
Phone 021 0293 7303
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Applications close off by  5 pm Friday 28 November 2014


 
CO-ORDINATOR REQUIRED

Cherish Trust - Henderson Based
 
The Postnatal Distress Support Network (CHERISH) Trust is seeking a new Co-ordinator to work in our West Auckland based office for 14 hours per week, starting from late January 2015.

The role is primarily to operate the office and carry out organisational tasks related to the day-to-day activities of the Cherish Trust; including banking and paying of accounts, maintaining a cashbook, applying and accounting for grant funding, collecting, supporting fundraising activities and responding to mail received and responding to phone requests for support and/or information.

It will also involve liaising and networking with individuals, community groups and health professionals with an interest in PND services, and promoting the services that PND Support Network provides.

This role requires a person who enjoys working independently, as much of the role is autonomous in this small three-person team working alongside dedicated board members.

Attendance at the monthly Board meetings is a requirement of the role.

Applications close 7 December 2014.

For further information and a copy of the job description please contact our Chair of the Trust Board, Lynda Williams on 09 8109442 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


 
Social Worker

Hi, my name is Irina. I have just received my Social Work Bachelor degree from Unitec and now need practical experience. If you can offer me a role you will receive a dedicated staff member who is friendly, energetic and familiar with Strengths based approach, Narrative approach, Solution focused model, Te Whare Tapa Wha model and so on.

My first qualification is Psychology. I received Psychology Bachelor degree from Moscow State Institute of psychology and sociology. I've worked with intellectually disabled children and young adults and with children in at risk situations as well. Currently I do volunteering work at the West Harbour Gardens Hospital, so I've gained significant knowledge in working with elderly people, too.

Please contact me direct if you think you can use me or now someone who needs an energetic and creative staff member with Psychological and Social Work background.

Please contact me on 021 142-0783 or 09 555-9903.

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LinkedIn  https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=276332510&trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile


 
Project Manager for the Harbourview Sculpture Trail 2016

We are seeking a dynamic, motivated person to oversee the successful delivery of the next Harbourview Sculpture Trail, set for March 2016.

Working alongside the Curator and Selection Committee, you will develop the artists brief and oversee the various HST Teams and Sub Committees management, including;
• budget and timeline coordination
• preparation and delivery of Auckland Council Event Application
• overseeing all associated Contractors
• working with the HST Marketing Team on the design & delivery of advertising and publicity
• working with the Peninsula Arts’ President and HST Sponsorship & Funding Coordinator to deliver presentations to potential sponsors and patrons

This role will suit a self motivated, highly organised, positive team leader with prior experience in event management, outdoor events/festivals and the arts. Excellent communication skills and experience in meeting financial targets are required.

For more information, please visit our job listing on the Big Idea:
http://www.thebigidea.co.nz/work/jobs-opportunities/access-arts/151523-project-manager


 
Funding & Sponsorship Coordinator

Full or Part Time paid position (minimum of 20hrs/wk.)

The Whau River Catchment Trust is the leading environmental organisation for the catchment since 2000. We work to protect and restore the catchments flora and fauna working with the community for healthier streams and river through community participation and kaitiakitanga.

Are you looking for a job where you can be proactive, show your initiative, take charge of projects and produce tangible results?

Help raise funds for The Whau River Catchment Trust projects through highly professional and innovative fundraising activities, you will be playing an important role in the ecological restoration and conservation work within the catchment. The ideal candidate will have at least one years’ experience as an all-round fundraiser, preferably with experience across some or all of; donor programmes, marketing, communications, direct mail, corporate sponsorship, grants and bequest management. They will need excellent interpersonal and planning skills as well as high level computer and database skills.

A Diploma or Certificate level of qualification in fundraising/marketing is also desirable.

Click on the link below for more information and how to apply
Funding & Sponsorship Coordinator:  http://www.trademe.co.nz/jobs/other/listing-788640095.htm


 
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