We're hiring!

We're looking for a superstar administrator to join our Fundraising team.

Are you an experienced administrator looking for your next part-time role? 

You would be responsible for different supporter care aspects across the Fundraising team, like responding to donor emails and queries, entering the information from our inbound call centre on a daily basis, and making sure our donors get their receipts as soon as possible - ultimately ensuring that our supporters get the best experience possible. You would also work with our Relationships team with administrative tasks, like running mail merges, proofreading, travel booking and coordinating the logistics of small events.

You will need excellent verbal and written communication skills, proven administration experience and efficiency, a team-player attitude, and a desire to be part of a high-performing team that works to raise money for children.

This role would suit someone looking to work school hours, approximately 24 hours per week. To apply for this position, you must be a New Zealand resident or hold a valid work visa. 

You can download the full job description here. To apply, please email your CV and a covering letter to Christina Hoey, Fundraising Director christina.hoey@scnz.org.nz. Applications close 31 January.

We're hiring for the role of Auckland Legacy Co-ordinator

We’re expanding our well-supported Legacy programme with a Legacy Co-ordinator position in Auckland. The focus of the role is to engage with local supporters who are interested in learning more about leaving gifts in their wills, and to maintain warm relationships with those who have already chosen this special way to continue their lifetime support for vulnerable children.

To be successful in this role you will be an experienced Legacy fundraiser and a self-starter, used to working autonomously, but with the backup of the Wellington-based Fundraising team.

You will need to have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with a particular empathy for older people with whom you will engage through face to face meetings, events, phone calls and personalised correspondence. You will also be comfortable speaking publicly about Save the Children and the importance of legacies in achieving our mission to create a better future for children.

This is a part-time position (20 hours per week) for a fixed term of 12 months. To apply for this position, you must be a New Zealand resident or hold a valid work visa.

You can download the full job description here. To apply please email your CV and a cover letter to Diana Meads, Relationship Fundraising Manager, diana.meads@scnz.org.nz by 29 January 2020.

Are you an experienced Executive or Personal Assistant looking for your next big opportunity?

We're looking for a new Executive Assistant, someone who can efficiently run the CEO's office, provide full secretarial and administrative support to the CEO and Board, and effectively minute and service committee and Board meetings.

Key responsibilities include chief executive support, Board and sub-committee support, managing meetings, and looking after HR and Health & Safety for a small office. 

Person Specification

The Executive Assistant will be expected to have and use the following skills and qualities while working for Save the Children New Zealand:

  1. Previous experience as a Personal Assistant/Executive Assistant
  2. Proven ability to be professional, clear, articulate, and accurate, both verbally and in writing
  3. Proven computer skills using the MS Office suite, Adobe Professional, Search engines
  4. Outstanding interpersonal skills working with CEOs, Senior Management Team, Board members and external stakeholders.
  5. Ability to handle sensitive company information, maintain proper confidentiality and always behave in a way that suggests personal discretion and integrity
  6. Excellent time management skills, coordinating the needs and demands of multiple people to create a workable schedule and then often changing that schedule on short notice as situations change
  7. Ability to use initiative to create solutions or options and willingness to be flexible

You can download the full job description here

To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to info@savethechildren.org.nz. Applications close at 5pm on 29 January 2020.