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Employment Opportunity at RainbowYOUTH

RainbowYOUTH is excited to announce a new employment opportunity with the expansion of the existing role of Fundraising Coordinator into the full time role of National Fundraising Manager.
 
The position has opened up after current Fundraising Coordinator Paul Stevens announced he was moving on to concentrate on becoming a full-time teacher - something he has been studying towards.
 
General Manager of RainbowYOUTH, Duncan Matthews says, "Paul has been a key driver behind allowing RainbowYOUTH to grow and keep doing the work we do over the last 18 months. I am very sorry to see him go, and he will be missed around the centre!  We wish Paul all the best for his future, as he follows his dream of becoming a teacher.”
 
Paul says it is "bittersweet to be leaving the RY staff after being there for such a period of growth and transition, working with such an amazing group of people. I have deeply valued being part of such a vibrant and passionate community of people - staff, board, interns, and RY members included. With so many lifelong friendships created, and a commitment to stay involved with this incredible organisation, I see this as more of a new beginning than an ending, and I have every faith that Duncan and the team will continue taking RY to new and ever greater heights."
 
The role of National Fundraising Manager will expand on Paul’s success in gaining financial support for RainbowYOUTH by focusing on collaborative opportunities with other community organisations and building a team of volunteers. As well this, the new position concentrates on looking at national level funding to work towards RainbowYOUTH’s strategic goal of developing and expanding their services to a national level.
 
Matthews explains that this position “presents an exciting opportunity for someone to come on board with RainbowYOUTH, with an expanded scope, to help us to continue to grow and support queer and trans* young people around the country".
 
For full details about the position of National Fundraising Manager, visit RainbowYOUTH’s website: www.rainbowyouth.org.nz/employment
 
Those interested in the position must send their C.V., Cover Letter and copy of their current New Zealand Driver’s Licence to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Deadline for applications is midday Wednesday 10/12/2014.

For further comments or interviews please contact:
Duncan Matthews | General Manager | RainbowYOUTH
021 962 330 | This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


 
Grief Centre General Manager

Auckland, North Shore

An exciting opportunity to lead the financial development and growth of the Grief Centre, Auckland’s premier organization providing support and education to the community in areas of grief and loss.

The Grief Centre is seeking an innovative General Manager to oversee its services and be responsible for ensuring high quality and professional service levels during what is planned to be a sustained period of development and growth.  This role reports directly to the Grief Support and Education Charitable Trust. 

A key task will be to manage staff and volunteers including overseeing their selection, professional development, supervision and support in consultation with the Trust Board.

The successful candidate will also develop and deliver a funding strategy within the first six months to secure current and future stability and to ensure that growth of the Centre is possible in line with the Board’s vision.

To secure this role you will need to be a proven inspiring leader who is solution focused, with excellent business acumen, self motivation and with highly developed communication skills, together with an ability to relate to people from a very wide range of backgrounds.

Experience & Qualifications:
• Leadership experience within a non - profit, community enterprise will be an advantage
• Competence in writing e.g. proposals, tenders and submissions
• Tertiary qualified in business, management or a related discipline preferred
• An ability to plan, delegate and organise effectively
• Innovative approach to problem solving
• Experience in project management
• Development and management of operational budgets

For further information about the Grief Centre and the role it plays in the Auckland community, please visit http://www.griefcentre.org.nz/

To be considered for this role or for more information, please email a current CV, with the names of at least two referees, to Stephen Dil at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.


 
Volunteer your time to change a child’s life – become a Seasons™ Companion

Seasons™ runs peer support groups for children and teenagers who are missing someone important from their daily life, due to a death, the separation or divorce of their parents or other major family change.

Seasons™ groups meet for a one-hour session, once a week for a term. The groups are small, usually just three or four children of similar age, with one or two trained adults who use a wide range of activities, stories, artwork and games to encourage the sharing of experiences. Topics in-clude feelings, telling our stories, memories, change, strengths and re-sources.

Seasons is up and running in this area. We are in need of more volunteers, 20 years and over, to come forward and train as Companions to work with these small groups. The training involves one weekend and is sponsored by Seasons, so is free to those giving their time.

If you enjoy working with children or teenagers, have 2-3 hours a week available to volunteer and you know what it’s like to miss a loved one please consider becoming a Seasons Companion and making a huge difference in the lives of hurting children.  

For more information please contact the Coordinator on 629 2909 or 021 029 15714 email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
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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
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
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


 
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