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Funding Coordinator Wanted

Auckland
Full or Part Time (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.

Below is the link to Trademe
http://www.trademe.co.nz/jobs/office-administration/other/listing-771838396.html


 
Chief Executive Officer, Fonua Ola

Applications close at 4pm on the 30th August 2014
Fonua Ola is looking for a Chief Executive officer (CEO) to take Fonua Ola into its second phase. Your role will be to achieve sustainability and to provide quality and robust social services that can compete with mainstream for our vulnerable Pacific communities within a culturally appropriate framework.

The Chief Executive Officer's main function is to;

.  Implement the vision and mission of the Trust;
.  Secure high trust fully funded contracts that will ensure the longevity of Fonua Ola;
.  Provide professional and quality Social services to our vulnerable Pacific Communities;
.  Successfully transition through Pacific Providers/ groups under the Fonua Ola umbrella;
.  Build a positive and effective culture within the organisation that will result in qualitative and measurable outcomes.
.  Demonstrate strong leadership skills with experience in manoeuvring within the Pacific Communities, high level Government and the Private sphere.

If this sounds like you we'd like to meet you. Apply today!

CONTACT: For a copy of the Job Description, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
All CV's and Job Applications must be sent to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it "Attention" Hamish Crooks, Chairperson, Fonua Ola Network.


 
Part time work wanted.
Pa Rikau Karepa is the cultural advisor at Bruce McLaren Intermediate School. He is currently completing certificate as a Teacher Aide at Unitec, along with Levels 3&4 Te Reo Maori. Pa contributes many hours to the school in a voluntary capacity, coaching cultural groups in Cook Islands, Hip Hop, Kapa Haka and choir. He also helps out as a teacher aide at times. He urgently needs some paid work on Mon, Wed and Fri in the West Auckland area. If you can help out, please phone Roy Lilley at Bruce McLaren Intermediate School on 8363175.

 
Position wanted - community development/engagement

Experience in community development, community engagement specifically young people and families. I advocate for educational development for young and mature members of the community with a focus on Maori and Pasifika.

I have an education background and management experience overseeing a team of six team leaders, budgets, accountability reports etc...

Please see my CV and contact details attached.  Please feel free to contact me. 

With thanks
Aroha Te Namu


 
Does your community organisation need a volunteer to help out with those small or big tasks you just can’t get to or would value an extra helping hand?

A Supported Life a local disability provider organisation, has a number of ready, willing able and skilled people with moderate to mild intellectual disability that can help your organisation out in all sorts of roles – from a few hours a day to a number of days in a week.

A Supported Life is committed to service and community connections for all of those it supports and already has volunteers in local schools as teachers’ aides, working in a cattery, in retirement homes and supporting local church groups.

We  offer coaching and support to get volunteers involved and productive in your community organisation.  If you think you have an opportunity where we can serve you, then contact Stuart Spackman on 836 1740 ext 3 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


 
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