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  • Are you a natural communicator with great people skills and a great phone manner?
  • Are you a quick learner who can not only follow instructions but also be proactive?
  • Are you passionate about supporting an organisation that empowers girls and young women?

We are seeking a dynamic team member to co-ordinate a portfolio of properties in the North Island and liaise with volunteer Facilities Co-ordinators supporting the day to day property activities in the North Island for GirlGuiding New Zealand. You will have a wide range of administration experience and expertise; and be comfortable providing a high level of accuracy and customer service to our customers and volunteers.  

If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you and in return for your skills, we offer an opportunity to grow your talents and experience within a friendly supportive environment.  Your days will be busy, interesting, fun and varied.

  • You will need a minimum 3 years’ experience in an administration or similar role including customer service.
  • You will fit in well and be accepting of all the personality types you are likely to come across!
  • You will work with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail and be resilient, resourceful and possess a positive can-do attitude.
  • Current Drivers licence essential

Being part of the national property support team, you will work collaboratively across the sites with colleagues and volunteers across the country but will be equally comfortable working autonomously.

This position is full time and based at our office in Auckland (Mt Eden). Preferably the successful applicant will have an understanding of not-for-profit organisations. 

To apply, please provide a covering letter as to why you would fit this role along with your CV to [email protected]

For a copy of the Role Description go here.

The Audit and Finance Committee support and advise the National Board of GirlGuiding New Zealand on the organisation’s financial management and long-term financial viability. We have oversight in a number of areas including:

  • Financial Management
  • Investments
  • External Auditing and Financial Reporting
  • Risk Management
  • Property Management.  

We hold four meetings per year; two ‘in person’ at National Office and two by teleconference. Other teleconferences or some email correspondence may be required.

Members are invited to apply for selection to a position on the Audit and Finance Committee. Members serve a three year term. It is not necessary to be an accountant! If you have strong financial literacy, good commonsense and enthusiasm for GirlGuiding, you may be the person we need.

If you are interested in applying for this position please forward a short CV and covering letter to the Chair of the Audit and Finance Committee c/- Lucie Jerome, at [email protected] by Thursday 31st October 2019.

For more information about the Audit and Finance Committee, and the areas they are involved with, please contact Lucie as above.

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 [email protected].

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 [email protected].

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