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• Unique and Diverse Role
• Prominent Global Charity
• Christchurch Based
Ronald McDonald House South Island is a highly successful independent charitable trust that provides accommodation to families from all over New Zealand who are required to travel to Christchurch for the treatment of their sick child.
An exciting and unique opportunity has arisen for a Chief Executive to lead the Christchurch House and Invercargill Family Room. This all encompassing role will include leading the teams to deliver a supportive and comfortable environment to families. You will be accountable for overseeing the financial management, fundraising plan, facilities management, Human Resources, volunteer services and associated administration of the House. Pivotal to the success of this role is your leadership experience and desire to further enhance business success.
To be successful in this role you will be passionate with proven experience managing and fostering a dedicated team. You will also be experienced in championing business initiatives and will ideally have established networks throughout New Zealand. Your ability to think outside the square, your high energy and drive and first class relationship skills, will also ensure your success in this role.
If you feel you have what it takes to be part of a team that prides itself on making a difference, please email your cover letter and CV to email@example.com quoting reference number SW3098. Initial enquiries are welcome by phoning Sally Wynn-Williams on 03 345 8759 or Sally Goldsmith on 03 345 8761.
Applications for this role close at end of business on Monday, 12 May 2014.
• Looking for purpose?
• An opportunity to help children?
• Bring together those willing to give, to make life saving projects happen.
We at ChildFund New Zealand are looking for a new team member to join us in helping children break free from poverty. We are in search of a relationship professional to build and maintain funding from high value donors.
We seek an energetic, positive person who is efficient and organised, with excellent oral and written skills, and proven know-how in managing relationships to grow income. Experience working within an international aid organisation or as a fundraiser would be valuable.
You will need to be able to work closely and collaboratively with other team members to develop individual projects for our high value donors. Experience with developing business plans is a must. You will be responsible for all communication, campaigns, stewardship, retention activity, 'welcome' and 'thank-you' materials to these donors.
The role requires a self starter who is confident and able to proactively plan ahead with new strategies and campaigns. Being flexible, able to operate under pressure and be meticulous with detail is a given.
If you are looking to use your relationship skills in a more meaningful way, have an understanding of databases, good judgment, plenty of initiative and possess strong analytical and decision-making skills, then we would like to hear from you!
To request a copy of the Job Description, or to apply for the role with a CV and covering email, send your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, 30 April 2014.
• Contemporary leader
• Fund raising superstar
UNICEF is the United Nations Children's Fund. They are proud to be the world's leading aid agency, having saved the lives of more children than any other organisation. Their mission is to create a better world for every child. Their vision is to build a world where the rights of every child are realised.
This is an exceptional opportunity for a proven high performing CEO in New Zealand to lead and be a strong advocate for this highly regarded and effective organisation. You will drive its focus on growing and diversifying income and strengthening engagement and partnership with key stakeholders such as Government, the business community, culturally diverse communities, and volunteers.
You will be a highly motivated senior leader with a track record of effective strategic, change, financial and operational leadership, excellent relationship management and influencing skills, and the media savvy and gravitas to represent the organisation externally including overseas. Proven experience working successfully for a Board plus a track record of effective partnership and funds development are essential requirements of the role.
Applicatons Close: Sunday, 27 April 2014.
View the Position Description: www.jacksonstone.co.nz.
Apply: Please click on 'Apply'.
Further Enquiries: Russell Spratt or Richard Stone on +64 4 550 8000.
Are you looking for a job where you can be proactive, show your initiative, take charge of projects and produce tangible results?
Dayspring has been supporting families since 1980 and has a proven track record of offering high quality social services to women living with mental illness, post natal depression or have suffered the effects of neglect and abuse. Our aim is to positively influence the pathways of mothers and their children by providing services that will increase their capacity that will ensure the healthy, emotional and cognitive development of their children.
Dayspring is seeking an experienced fundraiser with energy, initiative, strategic thinking and a successful funding history to create a modern and effective fundraising department.
The purpose of this role is to significantly increase the proportion and amount of Daysprings total revenue generated from fundraising sources. This will fund organisational sustainability and growth and to help Dayspring reach more vulnerable families in the early years.
The position is responsible for leading all key fundraising activities including supporter acquisition and development, major gifts, corporate sponsorship, bequests ensuring agreed to targets are achieved. The person appointed will also need to demonstrate a track record in the preparation and timely submission of successful specialist and technical funding applications.
Reporting to the CEO the newly created position requires a pioneering spirit, innovative thinking, clear communication and good self-management skills. Confidence with computer database and basic internet and social network fundraising is expected.
You would be working within a small-integrated social service agency in a warm and supportive professional environment with flexible working hours. Dayspring Trust is based in New Lynn, Auckland.
Dayspring is a faith-based agency and it is important that applicants can work positively and respectively within this context.
Only those who have the right to work in New Zealand may apply
If this sounds like you and you are keen to help us make a difference in the community please submit your CV and a covering letter to:
Jane Bruce CEO E. email@example.com.
A job description and application form is available on request.
Friday, 30 April 2014.