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CID: Office Manager, Events and Communications Support - Wellington

Reports to: Director, Council for International Development

Scope of Responsibility: Responsible for managing the CID office and administrative and information responsibilities in relation to the membership of CID; and for events management and communications support; and any other relevant tasks as assigned by the Director.

Functional Relationships:

CID Director
CID Staff
Members of CID

Hours of Work: The position is based on .8FTE


The purpose of this position is to oversee and provide for the efficient running of the administration and information systems for CID, as well as the set up of events and for communications support for CID and the Executive Director; liaison with members on membership issues. It involves the logistical set up of CID events (eg workshops), and support for the Director on communications with members and stakeholders. This includes providing administrative support for the Director and staff; working closely with the Humanitarian Coordinator and Member Engagement Manager and the Director to provide workshops and training opportunities for members; producing the CID e-newsletter; providing minor financial duties to assist the CID accountant; maintaining and updating CID databases and filing systems; as well as other tasks related to the efficient management of the CID office.



  • Workshop coordination, set-up and administration (booking venue/catering/charging invites etc)
  • Support for design of workshops/training/CID Talks
  • Preparation for CID Board meetings
  • Responsible for managing the organisation of the CID Conference/AGM and members’ dinner in conjunction with the Director and staff

Communications Support

  • Manage the development and distribution of the CID e-newsletter
  • Support the Director in communications with members, stakeholders and the media (eg information to members; distribution of press releases)
  • Maintain media database and contacts
  • Monitor local and international media for relevant stories
  • Compile media articles of relevance to CID and provide to the Director and Board members, or for use in the newsletter
  • Manage and update the CID website and other relevant social media in conjunction with the Director
  • Keep style guide and templates up to date
  • Develop a communications plan in conjunction with the Executive Director


  • Support the Director and the Humanitarian Coordinator and Member Engagement Manager to engage with members
  • Respond to requests from members as required by the Director
  • Manage the process relating to applications for membership
  • Manage the supporters’ database and associated responsibilities (and any changes that are made to membership categories)
  • Lead on draft and completion of Annual Report (with support from Executive Director and CID team)
  • Provide administrative support for the Members Survey and MFAT reporting

Support for the Director and staff

  • Provide general administrative and information support, including travel arrangements for the Director and other staff as required
  • Liaise with the Director and the Humanitarian Coordinator and Member Engagement manager in the assessment of member support needs and provide administrative and organisational assistance
  • Provide assistance to the Director and Humanitarian Coordinator and Member Engagement Manager in communications with members and stakeholders
  • Organise venue and assist Director with papers for meetings of the CID Board; and other member-related meetings or events that may be organised from time to time
  • Administrative oversight, coordination and recruitment of interns.

Financial Administration

The CID Accountant will provide guidance and oversight for the following tasks:

  • Assistance with petty cash payments
  • Updating any changes to the Constitution after an AGM
  • Member pricing and charging for workshops

Office Management

  • Organise the purchase and re-stocking of office equipment, stationary and other office supplies, including phone and computing equipment, as agreed by the Director
  • Manage the register of keys for CID staff
  • Manage relationships with suppliers
  • Liaise with appropriate parties over rental arrangements for CID office space
  • Oversee the management of the IT system with CID’s IT provider
  • Manage all membership databases and maintain up to date electronic records and paper filing systems
  • Undertake tasks necessary to assist with the smooth running of the office, including, but not restricted to, mail collection, organizing the servicing needs of the photocopier, mail hand-outs and general hospitality for visitors
  • Manage the enquiries, booking system, invoicing and related finances associated with the use of the floor meeting rooms if required
  • Answer the CID telephone as first respondent to outside calls.


  • Experience in events set up and logistics
  • Communications support experience
  • Office management and good knowledge of office systems
  • Good organisational skills and ability to organize electronic and paper files
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Motivated self-manager who can also work within a team
  • Well focused on completing tasks and an efficient time manager
  • Proficient with computer systems (competent with Word, Excel, Outlook and social media)
  • An interest in, and knowledge of international development issues is an advantage.

Applications close 20 February 2018.

Send covering letter and CV to


CWS: International Programmes Officer - Christchurch

CWS is looking for a International Programmes Officer to fill a new position for 18-20 hours per week. 


Key Results Area:

  • Sustaining the relationships between CWS and its international partners
  • Be responsible for emergency response coordination
  • Engage with the MFAT on relevant funding schemes and make applications for funds
  • Grant management
  • Managing the budget and expenditure for International Programmes with the International Programmes Coordinator
  • Making submissions on key government consultations
  • In conjunction with the International Programmes Coordinator facilitate the work of the International Programmes Working Group (IPWG)
  • Being involved with promotional and fundraising activities to support the work of partners


For further information contact or click here

Applications close 5pm Friday 23 February. 


Fred Hollows: Fundraising Coordinator- Auckland

The Fred Hollows Foundation NZ require a Fundraising Coordinator to join our dynamic team engagement team, and help us to end avoidable blindness.

About The Job:

FHFNZ have an exciting opportunity for a Fundraising Coordinator to join the Auckland based team. Reporting to the Fundraising Insight Manager, the position will coordinate The Foundation’s regular giving and retention programmes, working to support the Fundraising, Marketing & Communications team to engage our valued supporters.
This is a permanent part time role, with a base of 30 hours per week.

Focus of the Role:

  • Engagement Team administration & support
  • Regular giving supporter acquisition
  • Supporter retention
  • Supporter engagement
  • Community fundraising
  • Events

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have two years fundraising or marketing experience
  • Vendor relationship management experience
  • Understand non-profit fundraising
  • Be highly proficiency in MS Excel and Word
  • Have an eye for detail and a head for numbers
  • Be organised and have plenty of initiative
  • Have project management/leadership experience
  • Strong communication skills
  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Get excited about doing a great job

How to Apply
Email your CV (2 pages max) and cover letter addressed to ‘Angela Norton’ to

Your cover letter should explain:

Your suitability against the above criteria and your motivation for the role.

Applications close Sunday 4th March 2018, however applications will be reviewed upon receipt.

Unsuccessful candidates will be notified accordingly.

Eligibility: To apply for this position you must be eligible to work in New Zealand
Remuneration: Based on experience per hour, 30 hours per week

For more information, click here.

Greenpeace: Digital Fundraising Manager - Auckland

The Digital Fundraising Manager will sit within our Fundraising department and is an essential role for ensuring the effective rollout of GPNZ’s digital strategy, and for driving overall digital fundraising growth in the organisation. S/he is responsible for providing digital fundraising expertise to help support our key fundraising and engagement objectives.

This is a brand new role that will help create a new operational function within the fundraising team to help meet our income strategies for existing supporters, high value supporters and especially new supporters. It will help ensure that all digital channels are being used as effectively as possible, with a particular focus on social, SMS, TV, email and CRO. It will lead a small team and work closely with other digital experts and direct marketing staff members across the organisation.

What you’ll need:

  • A high level of social media marketing or social media fundraising experience
  • A high level of SMS marketing experience
  • Significant email marketing or fundraising expertise
  • Experience with creating digital supporter journeys
  • A high level of CRO and eCommerce expertise
  • Data marketing experience and understanding of CRM systems
  • People management expertise and experience
  • Ability to understand Greenpeace supporters and create inspirational communications
  • Experience working with designers and external agencies
  • Self-motivated, someone who is capable of working without direct supervision
  • Hardworking and flexible, a team player
  • A passion for the work of Greenpeace
  • At least three years experience in a digital fundraising or digital marketing role
  • At least two years of digital fundraising management experience

If this sounds like a challenge you would like to embark on with us then send us your CV and Cover Letter explaining why you are the most suitable person for the role.

Applications close on Friday, 23rd February 2018.

For more information, click here.

Greenpeace: Campaign Programme Manager- Auckland

The Campaign Programme Manager is part of our Programme Department, which exists to develop and implement campaigns in the framework of Greenpeace’s campaign strategy. You will be working closely with the Campaigns and Communication teams of Greenpeace NZ as well as international distributed campaign cluster.

As Campaign Programme Manager, you provide effective practical co-o rdination of all campaigning activity at Greenpeace NZ.

You develop, oversee and co-ordinate a campaign planning, implementation and evaluation processes together with the Programme Director. You also provide administrative support to the Programme Director. You will be working closely with the Campaigns, Communication, Mobilisation and Actions teams of Greenpeace NZ as well as some international projects.

What you’ll need:

  • Knowledge and/or experience in programme management, in particular management of multiple projects and task, risk and budget management
  • Knowledge and/or experience in creating, developing and maintaining appropriate systems for monitoring the current campaign activities of each campaign team and their future plans
  • Knowledge and/or experience in enabling efficient tracking and progress of campaign projects and budgets
  • Knowledge and/or experience in event management, in particular organizing and facilitating meetings and events
  • Problem solving skills, in particular creating clear, simple solutions
  • Time management skills, in particular ability to plan, organize and prioritize multiple projects and maintain tight deadlines
  • Knowledge and/or experience in Statistical analysis and reporting, in particular reporting KPIs
  • Outstanding people skills, especially in regards to conflict resolution
  • Attention to details

If this sounds like a challenge you would like to embark on with us then click apply now and send us your CV and Cover Letter explaining why you are the most suitable person for the role.

Greenpeace is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all of our community.

This is a 12 months fixed term contract to cover parental leave beginning in April 2018.

Applications close 23 Feb.

For more information, click here.


Oxfam NZ: Face-to-Face Fundraisers / Team Leaders - Auckland 

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of Oxfam’s in-house face to face (F2F) fundraising team here in Auckland. You will play a central role in informing, inspiring and mobilising New Zealanders to support Oxfam’s work, by recruiting new regular givers.


We therefore seek to recruit F2F Fundraisers and Team Leaders who are:

  • Confident, positive with ‘a can-do’ attitude
  • Great communicators
  • Passionate about helping others
  • High energy
  • Motivated, conscientious and reliable
  • Team players

Experience of fundraising and sales is highly desirable but not essential


For more information click here.

Oxfam: International Portfolio Manager - Auckland/Wellington

We are currently looking for a dynamic International Portfolio Manager who is willing to roll their sleeves up and support Oxfam’s development work in the Pacific and across the globe. We need someone who: 

  • wants to use their international development experience to help Oxfam address the injustices of poverty;
  • knows how to influence and advocate to shape policy and practice on issues relating to development, especially in the Pacific;
  • is inspired by the challenge of business development to grow our institutional funding channels to ensure we are able to support more people leading transformative change.
  • We seek a smart, ‘up for it’, development professional who wants more from development roles and is prepared to think outside the box. Someone who delights in teamwork and can also do the heavy lifting when needed.

About the role

Your day-to-day could include a range of the following:

  • Working closely with country teams and regions on the ground to support the effective design and implementation of Oxfam NZ-supported programmes;
  • Providing accurate, effective and timely narrative and financial reporting to donors;
  • Supporting our partners to develop funding proposals to increase institutional funding;
  • Providing technical advice, strategic guidance and support to NZ, regional and country office teams on issues relating to effective development policy and practice;
  • Working with the Advocacy & Campaigns team to progress work on inequality, climate finance and climate migration;
  • Being a valued part of a progressive, future-thinking team focused on challenging injustice and inequality, and reshaping the way we think about international development.

About you

You are an experienced development professional, with relevant programming and advocacy experience, gained with a reputable humanitarian or development agency, preferably with experience in the Pacific region. You will be familiar with new and innovative approaches to development, influencing and advocacy. You have experience in engaging with governments, the private sector, NGOs and community groups on a range of development issues, in NZ and abroad. Your experience of working within a range of cultural contexts and through trust-based relationships will be matched by your proactive and positive outlook. Your communication skills will help you build partnerships quickly, and your honesty, integrity and commitment to rights-based approaches will be exceptional.

For more information, go to our website to download the full job description.

To apply, click here. This will bring you to Oxfam NZ job portal where you can upload your full CV and cover letter.

Closing date for applications is 5pm on Wednesday, 21 February 2018.

Oxfam New Zealand is an equal opportunities employer and encourages diversity in the workplace.

The Salvation Army: Operations Manager – Bridge Services - Auckland 

The Salvation Army Bridge Services Auckland exists to provide safe, integrated, high quality treatment and support services to people whose lives have been affected by alcohol or substance use. They provide residential and day services across three centres (Mount Eden, Manukau and Waitakere), which are known and recognised for being person-centred, caring, transformative and responsive. In addition, they operate three other subsidiary programmes – namely, Wiri Women’s Prison, a residential respite centre in Manurewa in partnership with another NGO and support services to the Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Court in central and west Auckland in partnership with Odyssey House and Higher Ground.

As a key member of the senior management team, the Operations Manager is responsible for the operational management of Auckland Bridge Services’.

Accountabilities include input into strategic planning processes and implementation, budget monitoring, human resources management and line management of up to five direct reports. You will support an internal culture of continuous improvement and actively develop and maintain positive external relationships in order to promote the programme’s objectives.

Person Profile:

  • Strong clinical knowledge and experience, with the ability to make sound clinical decisions
  • Strong leadership capabilities with proven operational management experience
  • Current registration of DAPAANZ, ANZASW or a professional body that meets the requirements of the HPCA Act
  • Resilient when faced with challenging situations
  • A passion for providing and delivering a high level of customer service
  • The ability to problem solve, use initiative and display sound judgement
  • Very highly developed written and oral communication skills
  • Strong relationship building capabilities, both internally and externally to the organisation
  • Holds a full drivers licence
  • Understanding of, respect for, and the ability to work within The Salvation Army’s mission, principles and Christian ethos
  • Relevant experience in working within the addictions field would be advantageous

As the service operates 24/7, there is the requirement for the Operations Manager to be on-call, currently one week in five.

For more information, or to apply, contact Kirsty McLaren.

Applications close 5th March 2018.


Tearfund: Fundraising Manager Individual Giving (2 roles) - Auckland

This is an exciting time to be joining Tearfund, with two roles available in our expanding Fundraising team. Both roles are focussed on conceiving, developing, delivering and improving key fundraising products, targeting both prospects and existing Tearfund supporters. You’ll need to combine creativity with strong project management to lead cross-functional teams to deliver strong revenue results. As part of your professional development, you’ll also have the opportunity to visit our partners overseas.

Ideally, you’ll have some or all of the following:

  • A degree in Marketing, Communications or a related field
  • 3+ years’ experience working in marketing communications or product management, including both direct mail and digital platforms
  • Experience using CRM databases with an understanding of customer segmentation and customer experience
  • Demonstrated success in the project management of multi-platform marketing campaigns or fundraising appeals
  • Experience in the design and execution of product development, including the role of advertising, PR and social media
  • Ideally some experience with marketing automation, inbound marketing, content management, SEO and customer retention strategies
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • People management experience
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • A flexible approach to work and a willingness to get involved in all necessary department activities

This is a great opportunity to join a busy, talented and motivated team who are committed to continuous improvement.

Both roles are full-time with the potential for some flexibility.

To discuss the opportunities further please call Elke on 021802213 or Lynette on

To apply please send a cover letter and CV to

For more information click here.


World Vision: Schools Partnership Manager - Auckland

World Vision has an exciting opportunity for a passionate and committed individual to join our school’s partnership team on a permanent basis. This is a busy role, so you will need to be an organised, efficient person with the ability to build relationships with young people, schools and their representatives. Your commitment to social justice will be unwavering, as will your skill at public speaking and enthusiasm for working with young people. This is a unique opportunity to work with 5-18-year olds in order to raise awareness and encourage participation in fundraising and advocacy campaigns such as the 40 hour famine.


You will need to have:

  • 2-3 years’ experience in fundraising/sales/account management
  • Highly developed communications skills, both written and verbal and be a confident public speaker
  • Experience of working effectively with young people
  • Understanding of causes and effects of systemic injustice
  • Understanding of the education sector and how schools function
  • Ability to develop high quality relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Ability to co-ordinate and lead groups of people to achieve specific outcomes
  • Prepared to work flexible hours with occasional evening and weekend activities, and able to travel regularly within the region
  • An understanding and affinity with World Vision’s mission and core values


For more information click here.


Applications Close: 28 Feb 2018

World Vision: Country Portfolio Manager- Auckland

Your opportunity to make a difference

The Country Portfolio Manager is expected to manage the full suite of responsibilities associated with World Vision New Zealand. You will ensure the acquisition of grant funding, the implementation of programming in accordance with donor requirements, and be confident working across both private and government donors.

As part of the Developing Contexts team, within the International Partnerships group, you will be responsible for:

  • Supporting grant acquisition through technical, programmatic and contextual input and writing proposals focussed on priority donors
  • Managing all aspects of programming across grants and privately funded projects for assigned portfolio of countries, ensuring compliance with donor requirements, monitoring expenditure against budget and mitigating risk
  • Monitoring project progress through regular visits, and providing recommendations for improving programme quality
  • Being the focal point for programming in designated countries, providing support to both Marketing & Engagement teams within World Vision New Zealand and World Vision Field Offices
  • Influencing, engaging and collaborating with internal and external stakeholders for matters regarding country / regional portfolio

Who we’re looking for

  • You will have at least three years’ experience within the international development sector, with at least one year of overseas experience. In addition, you will have:
  • Significant experience in the acquisition and management of complex grants within the international development sector, including project/programme design and monitoring
  • Strong relationship management skills with the ability to influence and negotiate with a variety of stakeholders, including child sponsors, institutional donors, and World Vision Field Offices
  • Experience in financial management, including the preparation and analysis of project budgets and financial reports
  • Proven strategic thinking, analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Fluency in French – written and verbal is preferred
  • A commitment to the mission, core values and culture of World Vision NZ
  • Current passport, and willingness to travel up to 30% of the time

This is a permanent role operating in a full-time capacity and will be based at our office in Penrose, Auckland.

This is an exciting opportunity to help make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children around the world. World Vision is committed to developing our people at all levels and to being an employer of choice within the charity sector and the international community for vulnerable children.

Applications close 23 Feb.

For more information, click here.


World Vision: General Manager – People & Culture- Auckland

You will want to coach, train and develop managers so they are enabled to lead their people. You will equip them with helpful and useful people management tools, processes and frameworks. You will love supporting people develop to grow their skills and careers.

You will need to bring:

  • Outstanding leadership, relationship building and influencing skills
  • Credibility, and a results and outcome focus, and be seen as a trusted advisor and effective business partner
  • A passion for our work
  • A desire to work in a Christian based organisation and an understanding and affinity with World Vision’s mission and core values
  • A minimum of ten years’ experience in a senior HR role within a complex organisation, working with CEO’s, Boards of Directors and senior leaders.


We have a Position Description that we are happy to provide to people with relevant backgrounds. Please contact Gillian Gibson for a copy. (

Please submit your application via the World Vision Careers site. Applications close 26 Feb.

For more information, click here.


World Vision: Head of Developing Contexts and Sponsorship Operations - Auckland

We have an exciting opportunity within our International Partnerships team for a Head of Developing Contexts and Sponsorship Operations, based in our Auckland Office.

The purpose of this role is to provide effective management, coaching and support for WVNZ’s Developing Contexts and Sponsorship Operations Teams who oversee WVNZ’s international programming in developing contexts as well as administrative and quality assurance support to WVNZ’s child sponsors. The team also leads organisational expertise in WV’s development programming approach and in technical sectors.

You will be a crucial member of the International Partnerships leadership team identifying ways to improve the team’s effectiveness at meeting the needs of our field partners while ensuring programme effectiveness and good stewardship. Our ultimate goal is to transform the lives of children in need.

Responsibilities include:

  • Leading the team in effective programme management and field partner support
  • Resource acquisition and management
  • Financial management and accountability
  • Building and maintaining key internal and external relationships/partnerships
  • Providing day to day management and leadership to the team

To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • Masters/degree in a relevant discipline – development studies, financial management
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in managing child sponsorship, private donor and/or grant-funded projects
  • Strong financial skills and experience in managing team or department-level budgets
  • Demonstrated people management and leadership experience
  • Excellent programme and project management skills using current methodologies
  • International or domestic experience in the development sector
  • An understanding of key issues and current best practices in the global fight against poverty and sustainable development
  • Ability to develop and maintain strong relationships and engage with external stakeholders and partners
  • A commitment to the mission, core values and culture of World Vision NZ

This is a permanent role operating in a full-time capacity and will be based at our office in Penrose, Auckland with some international travel required.

For more information contact Angela Evans.

To apply click here, applications close 16 March 2018.

RNZWCS Limited: Volunteers wanted - Pacific Islands

Rotary New Zealand are seeking volunteers - qualified plumbers, electricians and civil engineers for work in the Pacific Islands.

Would suit recently retired persons.

Please direct inquiries to


VSA: Volunteers for International Development

VSA assignments are created by local people in the wider Pacific to meet local needs. Our volunteers work alongside them, sharing their skills to make lasting change.

Currently, we are recruiting for:

  • WASH advisers
  • Agriculture and horticulture advisers
  • Quality Assurance advisers
  • Educational advisers and lecturers
  • Communications, marketing and fundraising specialists
  • Media Advisors
  • Business and finance mentors
  • IT and web development advisers
  • Health professionals (various disciplines)

To find out more about these roles and other VSA assignments we are currently recruiting for please visit VSA's vacancies page, as it is updated regularly with a variety of positions.