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Want to work for GirlGuiding New Zealand?

Take a look at some of the positions available throughout the country.
For specific enquiries about any of our vacancies you can contact us during normal business hours or email your query to info@girlguidingnz.org.nz

Our volunteers specialise in empowering girls and young women to take action to change their world. Be part of a team making a real difference in your community and enjoy the exciting opportunities that’ll come your way!

As a Facility Co-ordinator you will:

  • Carry out day to day duties of one of our sites
  • Take enquiries and turn into bookings
  • Ensure the sites are kept clean and tidy
  • Assist with keeping our buildings safe (Hazard Registers, Complaint etc. ) and well maintained (assist with maintenance requirements/meeting contractors onsite etc.)

Time commitment

  • This role can vary according to the site and will be flexible to work around your existing schedule.

Role description

More information on this role can be found in the Facility Co-ordinator-  Role-Description

Applications

If you’d like to become a facility co-ordinator or assist at one of our sites please send a letter of application explaining why you should be considered for a role with your CV to info@girlguidingnz.org.nz.

Our volunteers specialise in empowering girls and young women to take action to change their world. Be part of a team making a real difference in your community and enjoy the exciting opportunities that’ll come your way!

As a Local Co-ordinator you will:

  • Work with a team of volunteers to ensure they deliver an engaging, relevant and fun programme for girls and young women.
  • Maintain a girl-led focus to ensure girls have a voice.
  • Build collaborative and supportive relationships with your team and the wider Guiding community.
  • Work with volunteers and staff team to ensure a quality programme is delivered.
  • Receive approximately 6 hours of initial training, with on-going training and support as part of the role.
  • Gain transferrable skills that are respected by employers nationwide.

Time commitment

  • This role will require a commitment of 3-4 hours per week. We offer a degree of flexibility to work around your existing schedule.

Role description

More information on this role can be found in the Local Co-ordinator – Role Description

Applications

If you’d like to become a local co-ordinator please send a letter of application explaining why you should be considered for a role with your CV to info@girlguidingnz.org.nz.

If you’d like to know more or sign up for our other volunteer roles click here.

  • Are you a people person and great communicator?
  • Do you have previous fundraising or sponsorship experience?
  • Do you want to be part of a values-based organisation?

Use your fundraising and sponsorship expertise to assist with fund development initiatives for GirlGuiding NZ.

Having gone through some recent positive changes in order to grow its membership, GirlGuiding NZ is repositioned for the future and is very excited to offer a range of newly created positions to achieve its objectives, including offering great programmes, opportunities and activities that meet the needs of a diverse range of girls in our communities.

GirlGuiding New Zealand, a registered charity, has historically relied on community fund sourcing which has been done in a variety of ways, from biscuits to grants and everything in between!   We need you, along with your creative ideas, to assist the Funding team to generate revenue to support the organisation moving forward. This in turn helps young girls build self-esteem, confidence and leadership skills.

If you want to be part of the magic, we are now seeking an organised Fund Development Co-ordinator to fill this position to help support the organisation’s funding aspirations.

Our ideal candidate needs to be:

  • engaging, friendly, with a great sense of humour
  • a true team player
  • reliable, loyal and trustworthy
  • a great communicator and advocate for your employer
  • a people person who takes pride in exceeding expectations

GirlGuiding National office is based in Christchurch, however, the location for this role can be flexible for the right candidate. This is a unique opportunity to draw on and further progress your fundraising and sponsorship experience.  Reporting to the Fund Development Manager you will be part of the team supporting fund development initiatives.

In return, we offer a great work environment with plenty of scope for you to demonstrate your skills, and the ability to genuinely make a difference to girls across New Zealand.

 

This role is part-time (20 hours per week). Ideally, the successful applicant will have an understanding of volunteer-based organisations.

If you want to be part of our exciting future, please provide a covering letter with your CV to office@chapmaner.co.nz

Check here the Role Description

 

Applications close – Monday, 13 May.

  • Are you passionate about GirlGuiding and what it stands for?
  • Do you want to make a difference in the lives of young women and girls?
  • Do you want to be part of a community-based organisation?

If this sounds like you, then GirlGuiding New Zealand is seeking someone just like you, who not only believes in what GirlGuiding stands for but want to play a part in making it happen.

This is a great time to join the organisation and support GirlGuiding NZ achieving their strategic, national and operational objectives in relation to membership growth and retention. Recruitment of quality volunteers and their retention through great initiatives will be a key objective for this role.

Reporting to the Area Manager for the Upper North, you will be working effectively as a member of the recruitment team to ensure the timely processing of volunteer enquiries and placement in units to reduce the current waiting lists GirlGuiding NZ has.
In conjunction with staff and key volunteers, you will also closely monitor membership numbers, trends, waitlists and volunteer changes to ensure a proactive targeted approach to volunteer recruitment which will contribute to girl membership growth.

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Some experience in HR/recruitment administration
  • The ability to support recruitment initiatives and practices
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to engage people effectively
  • Attention to detail
  • Proven experience using your initiative and problem-solving skills
  • Be proficient in the use of MS Office
  • The availability to work some flexible hours from time to time

This role is full-time, based in our Mt Eden office. Preferably the successful applicant will have an understanding of not-for-profit organisations.

If this role appeals to you, and if you feel that you fit the criteria above, please apply with your CV to office@chapmaner.co.nz
Check here the Role Description.

 

Applications close: Tuesday, 4 June