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The Leprosy Mission New Zealand: Database Specialist - Auckland

The Leprosy Mission is an international Christian charity dedicated to curing, caring for and restoring people affected by leprosy. Funding is raised from New Zealanders for projects in diverse and challenging locations around the world.

Reporting to the Finance Manager, the Database Specialist will be responsible for undertaking a data review and cleanse exercise, improving the quality of our donor data within our CRM system (Raiser’s Edge). You’ll also review and establish our database procedures to ensure the validity and quality of our data for the future.

Your key areas of focus will be to:

  • Drive and implement data integrity and cleanliness of information in the CRM system (Raisers Edge).

  • Design and manage reporting templates to provide the fundraising and supporter services teams with data and analytics from historic and recent campaigns.

  • Develop and implement process improvement in the quality and effectiveness of our database input and output processes.

  • Liaise with our technology partners for the improvement, functionality and integration of various data systems.

  • Assess and recommend appropriate security levels for access to the CRM environment

  • Training the team to understand and access supporter information available through our CRM database. Demonstrating how our data can be better used to add and maximise value.

To succeed in this role you will have:

  • Knowledge and experience in SQL CRM system, preferably Raiser’s Edge.

  • Process improvement experience with database systems.

  • Experience importing and exporting information into CRM systems preferably Raisers Edge

  • Demonstrated experience analysing and interpreting complex data.

  • Experience managing quality control practices.

  • Excellent communication skills with the confidence and ability to influence and work with others.

  • Working to agreed strategy.

  • Experience of working with a fundraising and donor support team and a desire to seek out their database needs to develop effective solutions to providing and analysing relevant supporter database information.

This is a fixed term contract to 22nd December 2017 with future potential and is based in Balmoral.

For a full job description, and to apply, click here.

World Vision: Operations Manager - Honiara

In Solomon Islands, World Vision is the largest NGO providing direct programs implementation in 6 provinces in partnership with local partners. World Vision is known as community-based Organisation with increasing focus to ensure its community-based programming impacting the lives of the most marginalised children. World Vision reaches out the most remote communities where the availability and quality of basic services are very poor.

The Operations Manager (or Head of Programs) provides strategic programs leadership and ensures execution of all WV Solomon Islands (WVSI) grant funded programs to meet time, budget and (quality indicators) target. Operations Manager supervises directly one Deputy Operations Manager (who directly manages all 5 Area Programme Managers) and 5 Sector Portfolio Managers.

As a key member of the Senior Management Team, the Operations Manager leads the translation of country strategic directions into sector program direction and program implementation. Operations Manager also collaborates with other SMT members to ensure enabling supports and system are in place to deliver good quality programs.

Applications close 24th August. For more information, click here.

Greenpeace: Telefundraising Team Leader - Auckland

As a Telefundraising Team Leader you will lead from the front by reaching your own key performance indicators as well as motivating, inspiring and coaching your team to do the same. You’ll provide inspirational leadership and day-to-day management of your team. You will be responsible for maintaining our diverse, supportive and collaborative environment.

Greenpeace is an environmental global campaigning organisation that focusses on the protection of the earth. We are financially independent and do not take money from governments or companies which means our supporters are our main source of income. That’s why fundraising is so important to us! Fundraising is one of the most effective ways in which we gain on going committed support and raise awareness about our campaigns.

You and your team will be connecting with the public to increase engagement levels and financial resources for Greenpeace; we contact future, existing and previous supporters, encouraging them to become Greenpeace monthly financial supporters.

Greenpeace offers:

  • Ongoing training and detailed insight into our campaigns.

  • Great city location office within close proximity to all transport links.

  • Working within an awesome, diverse and passionate fundraising team.

  • Competitive hourly rate of $21.45 from an accredited Living Wage employer and prospect to earn a weekly bonus too.

  • Health & Sustainable commuting allowance AND your birthday day off after 6 months employment.

  • Exposure to an internationally operating Non-Governmental Organisation.

  • Great opportunities for career progression.

What we are looking for:

  • Proven previous team leader experience

  • Excellent communication skills and ability to naturally build rapport over the phone.

  • A commitment and passion for the work of Greenpeace and saving the environment.

  • A confident, self-motivated human who can handle rejection.

  • Resilience to handle the challenges this job faces.

  • Belief and confidence in yourself to request financial support for Greenpeace campaigns.

  • Experience in telefundraising, fundraising or sales is an advantage.

Full time is 37.5 hours a week [Monday to Thursday 12.15pm – 8.45pm and Friday 12.15pm – 6.15pm] based in Mt Eden, hourly rate $21.45.

Applications close 25th August.

For a full job description, and to apply, click here.

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
  • 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 our vacancies page: