x2 Fundraising Executives - Waipuna Hospice - Regions

  • 8 May 2023

x2 Fundraising Executives - Waipuna Hospice - Regions


  • Listed 8th May
  • $50,000 to $65,000
  • Part and full time position in Tauranga, Bay of Plenty
  • Opportunity to use your skills and experience to make a difference in your community
  • Join a fun and energetic team focussed on collaboration and innovation


Waipuna Hospice has a high profile in the Bay of Plenty for providing specialist community palliative care.  Our geographical reach covers Waihi Beach to Otamarakau and while our focus is on hospice-at-home, we also have an established inpatient unit and we support a large community team.  These services are funded through fundraising activities, income from our charity shops and DHB contracts.

We pride ourselves on our supportive team environment and excellent working conditions. Our values are not just a set of words on a poster, we live by them and we recognise that teamwork is critical to our success as organisation. This opportunity could be your chance to be part of a progressive organisation that’s at the heart of our community!



We are looking for two Fundraising Executives to deliver our fundraising campaign activities and lead our community and event fundraising initiatives. One of these roles is 32 hours per week and the second role is 40 hours per week.

These positions report to the Director of Marketing and Fundraising and are part of a fast-paced, close knit and friendly team. You will be responsible for increasing income, donor engagement and contributions of individuals and groups by building relationships optimising existing initiatives and exploring new fundraising opportunities. This is a chance for you to contribute your great networking skills, IT and excellent communication capabilities.

The objectives of the Fundraising Executives include:

  • Working collaboratively and cooperatively as members of the Marketing and Fundraising Team to achieve Waipuna Hospice’s strategic goals and to grow support for and the profile of Waipuna Hospice
  • Contributing to donor and supporter relationships to grow the size and scope of the Hospice’s supporter base among corporate and community groups



Our successful candidate will have:

  • Two years’ experience in fundraising for local communities with proven success in identifying opportunities for funding, sponsorship and partnership.
  • Strong project coordination experience in relation to the coordination of fundraising campaigns and events
  • Proven relationship building and interpersonal skills with the ability to relate to a wide range of stakeholders at all levels
  • Highly developed communication skills including experience in public speaking will be an advantage
  • Strong organisational skills and able to demonstrate ability to prioritise, work under pressure and effective at multi-tasking.
  • Advanced skills in Microsoft Office suite and database management
  • A positive, effective team player with a can-do attitude and focused on finding solutions.
  • A commitment to the mission, core values and culture of Waipuna Hospice and passionate in working in supporting people in our community.



At Waipuna Hospice we are fully committed to provide ongoing professional development opportunities for all staff. We pride ourselves on having a fun, friendly and supportive team environment and excellent working conditions.  Staff wellness is a priority for Waipuna Hospice, we provide an ongoing wellness programme including staff resilience app and access to our Employee Assistance Programme. First impressions are important, so on starting with Waipuna you will be supported with a comprehensive orientation programme. 

We offer a competitive remuneration package, discounts to local gyms, pharmacy’s and health insurance and free onsite parking.



Our Mission:  To provide the best possible specialist hospice palliative care, enhancing the quality of life for those facing end of life and bereavement.
Our Vision: To provide high quality end of life care for all

Our Values

Community:  Supporting one another – patients, whanau, friends, volunteers and colleagues
Advocacy:  Ensuring equity of access to services for all our communities
Respect:  Upholding autonomy of each person and their community, accepting one another’s cultures and beliefs
Empathy:  Acknowledging uniqueness, supporting with dignity, respect and compassion
Quality:  Committed to continuous improvement, aligned to values and core services


Our application process may include interviews, job testing, reference checks and pre-employment screening. Applications close 8 June 2023 or sooner if our ideal candidates are found. If you have what it takes and are ready to step into a dynamic team environment that’s at the heart of our community, then don’t hesitate, apply now!



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