Social Development in SIDS, Health and Non-Communicable Diseases, Youth and Women - UN SIDS Conference Forum Series

6 August 12:00pm - 1:00pm
St Andrews on the Terrace, Conference Room, 30 The Terrace
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Marbles. Photo: Pedram Pirnia

 

Job vacancies and volunteer positions from CID member organisations, and the wider sector, are posted here and updated regularly. For more information about each job follow the links. 

If you would like to advertise a vacancy on the CID website, or in the fortnightly newsletter, please email Madeleine


    Oxfam International: Governance Assistant, Oxford 

    The Executive Office of Oxfam International is looking for a Governance Assistant. The position is for a fixed term 12 month contract. The Governance Assistant provides professional administrative and logistical support at the board level and for the wider governance; and also for Secretariat meetings at the senior level.

    Key responsibilities include: system administration, administrative assistance for governance processes, logistical support for governance meetings, support for senior level meetings.

    To read the full job description click here

    Applications close 23:59 GMT+1 Friday 25th July 2014


     


     

Oxfam New Zealand: Policy Development Intern, Auckland

Oxfam are looking for an intern with policy development experience to collate all of their organisational policies, and prepare a matrix to keep track of policies that are due to be updated. There will also be work updating current policies and constructing new ones along with creating a plan to ensure all staff have a strong understanding of operational policies. For an estimated 20 hours per week for 4 weeks. The ideal candidate candidate may have or be working towards a relevant tertiary qualification. They will also have good organisational, analytical, MS office and written communication skills, and the ability to work methodically.

For more information click here.

To apply, please send a completed application form and CV to Selwyn Bradley.

Applications close at noon on Tuesday 29th July 2014.



Oxfam New Zealand: Marketing & Fundraising Intern, Auckland

The main focus of the internship is to research and collate information on companies who currently support Oxfam or are linked in values and ethos but are not current Oxfam supporters. You will also assess their potential as prospects and help to incorporate a prospect pipeline categorisation system within Oxfam’s supporter database, Raiser’s Edge. The ideal candidate is likely to be a current or recent graduate who has or is undertaking a relevant course of study and is available 2-3 days a week for at least 3 months starting in early August 2014. They will also possess strong communication, IT, analytical and organisational skills, be able to complete projects to a high standard and have an active interest in social justice and international development issues.

For more information click here.

To apply, please send a completed application form and CV to Lisa McLauren.

Applications close at noon on Friday 1st August 2014.


Oxfam New Zealand: Fundraising Prospect Research Intern, Auckland

Oxfam are looking for a cureent or recent student to assist with the development and implementation effective marketing and advertising campaigns that will attract target numbers of participants and donors for Oxfam Trailwalker and Oxfam Unwrapped, as well as provide support on a range of associated activities. The ideal candidate will have or be working towards a qualification in marketing, business or administration. Results orientated, they will also possess excellent organisational, IT and relationship management skills, have some experience of project management, data analysis and reporting writing and be flexible and willing to take on a range of tasks.

For more information click here.

To apply, please send a completed application form and CV to Emily Pavey.

Applications close at noon on Thursday 31st July 2014.


    Greenpeace: Team Leader and Senior Team Leader, Auckland 

    Greenpeace New Zealand offers experienced fundraisers the opportunity to develop and gain some valuable leadership skills. We are seeking passionate hard working Team Leaders and Senior Team Leaders with proven results to lead by example, motivate and guide our teams. We have opportunities on our tele-fundraising, street and door to door programmes with regular courses and mentoring to hone in on your skill set. This role is hands on, spending majority of time on working alongside team members, as well on on the job coaching sessions and running of team meetings.

    Successful applicants will have the following: demonstrated ability to exceed targets and work to deadlines, demonstrated leadership skills, strong verbal communication skills, ability to build rapport with the public and deal with rejection without becoming discouraged.

    To apply for our Face to Face Team Leader or Senior Team Leader role please apply to Agnes at alambert@greenpeace.org for our Tele-fundraising team Lucy at lboomer@greenpeace.org

    For full job descriptions click here.

    Greenpeace: Face to Face Coach, Auckland 

    Our face to face fundraising team have recently developed a new innovative strategies to help boost results and the number of new members we are bringing into the organisation. To help implement this strategy and develop the talents within our team members we are looking for a Face to Face coach. This person will be dynamic and passionate, with proven super star performance leading fundraising teams to success and beyond. This super star must be flexible to travel between teams, with the ability to identify areas of development within individuals and effectively deliver tailored training and coaching.

    Essential competencies: demonstrated ability in training face to face fundraising/sales teams, experience in successfully leading and developing face to face fundraising/ sales teams in door-to-door and street teams, demonstrated understanding of key performance indicators, experience and skills in delivery of effective training, demonstrated ability in empowering & developing people, knowledge and/or experience in performance management, demonstrated time management skills, ability to work under pressure.

    To apply please send through a detailed cover letter and CV to Agnes at alambert@greenpeace.org

    For the full job description click here.

    Greenpeace: Team Leader Telephone Fundraising, Auckland 

    Our in house Tele-fundraising programme has proven to be so successful that we are now in a great place with plans in motion to expand into another contact centre. To help with this transition we are looking for a passionate, motivated and inspiring individual to become one of our Tele-fundraising Coordinators who will lead our team to further success. This individual will develop our future leaders by demonstrating aspirational guidance, driving performance and ensuring the overall result is in line with organisational goals.

    The successful applicant will have: at least two years’ experience in telefundraising or a similar environment, at least one year of experience in a staff managing role, excellent project management and customer service skills, excellent understanding of the key performance drivers for telefundraising, a high level of understanding of the not-for-profit sector.

    To apply please send through a detailed cover letter and CV to Lucy at alambert@greenpeace.org

    For the full job description click here.

    Opportunities for development specialists to work with the New Zealand Aid Programme  

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s (MFAT) New Zealand Aid Programme will shortly be advertising opportunities to be appointed as advisors or contractors for a number of Panel arrangements. A Panel is a list of suppliers who have been pre-approved by an agency and who have agreed to the terms and conditions for supply for a period of 2 to 4 years. Applicants will be required to provide daily and monthly rates for work in Wellington, New Zealand and elsewhere.

    The initial requirements will be in the New Zealand Aid Programme’s priority sectors such as Tourism, Agriculture, Energy and specialist skill areas such as Monitoring, Evaluation and Results. These panels will replace MFAT’s Approved Contractor Scheme. The number and types of suppliers appointed to each MFAT Panel will be based on the estimated volume, type and value of work, plus the range of skills required. MFAT will invite proposals from individual consultants, not-for-profit, research and private sector organisations. Requests for proposals will be openly advertised on the Government Electronic Tenders Service (GETS). If you or your organisation are interested in bidding for any of these opportunities, please register on GETS.

    MFAT has also increased its engagement with development professionals on social media, via the LinkedIn MFAT Development Consultants Group. Individuals wishing to network with other development specialists are welcome to join this group or a relevant sub-group.


    Stunning office rental opportunity in Wellington
    CID shares space on Level 13 of a modern, secure (from earthquakes) with five other NGOs. One of these NGOs is Aotearoa Lawyers for Peace who have relocated to 
    Switzerland (nothing to do with tax havens). They shared 50% of an office with UN Women who only use it one day a week, for part of a day. The space  includes a splendid view over Wellington harbour and is roomy enough for two desks plus filing cabinet and bookcase. Current desks are likely to remain for free or very cheap purchase. The space being vacated is approx. 9.5 square meters with a room width of 3.35m across the window. The rent for a NGO tenant is below commercial rates (our landlord likes NGOs). For half the office the  monthly rent of $280 incl. GST, or $3360 for the year. Extremely  reasonable for central Wellington. Available now.
    It would suit (1) a small NGO; (2) out-of-town NGO wanting a Wellington base; (3) consortium of out-of-town NGOs willing to share the modest costs and gain a ‘hot desk’ option for when visiting Wellington. Annual power costs would be additional; calculated on a % basis for the floor. These are not large. Would include access to the floor kitchen.