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1 Feb 2019

Full-Time Director – Stakeholder Development

Be Collective New Zealand Wellington City, Wellington

Job Description

ARE YOU READY FOR SOMETHING MORE?

Be Collective is your digital gateway to helping your community and realising your positive social impact both individually and collectively. It fosters employment pathways, active citizenship, supports individuals to showcase their abilities and volunteering through a verified Social Record/Social Resume, and enables organisations to demonstrate and promote their social impact.

Be Collective is a digital platform for mobilising goodwill through volunteering. We’re a place for action and a platform that asks people to do what they can, when they can. We’re here to make the world a better place and bring out the best in people, businesses, government, educational institutions and not-for-profits, by connecting those providing volunteer opportunities with volunteers ready to create social change.

Our team of developers, designers and marketers all believe in connecting the goodwill of others. It’s why giving is intrinsic to our team culture, and why people stick around.

We’re looking for a Director of Stakeholder Development in Wellington, to work closely with our existing clients and continue to drive the success of Be Collective in New Zealand.

The Director will be responsible for promotion, management, rollout and uptake of Be Collective across stakeholder groups from large businesses and governments to NFPs and education institutions. It’s a strategic and hands-on role that requires a passionate and effective leader who really knows how to listen, because you’ll need to understand organisational needs and processes and identify opportunities and strategy for growth. We’re looking for an agile self-starter with a personal passion for driving social change.

(Be Collective is supported by The Wise Foundation, a philanthropic organisation operated by the Wise Family, who brought The Body Shop to Australia and have initiated, developed and operated many social projects with the purpose of strengthening communities, including bringing The Big Issue to Australia.)

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

-Stakeholder Development – actively promote Be Collective by building awareness, adoption and continued use of the platform by all stakeholders including but not limited to individuals, government, NGOs/NFPs, business, education providers and community groups.

-Be an active participant of the Be Collective International team and collaborate to solve client problems, deliver feedback offered by stakeholders and promote the continuous evolution of Be Collective.

-Advocate for Be Collective by presenting the platform to all levels and sectors of the community and organisations, demonstrate features and functionality; prioritise the user experience to ensure the platform is understood.

-Supporting the on-boarding process and assisting with the development and delivery of the communications and outputs associated with the change management process.

-Promoting the platform, wherever possible, with a view to establishing it as the most widely used community, social and environmental engagement tool within New Zealand.

-Identify key participants, and prioritise customer partnerships and engagement.

-Achieve recruitment targets by approaching and signing-up new organisations and stakeholder groups.

-Manage key team members responsible for implementation processes.

-Effectively manage the operational and financial activities of Be Collective New Zealand
in consultation with the management of Be Collective International.

-Identify and execute on opportunities for Be Collective to participate in public bidding process (e.g.: Requests for Information, Requests for Proposal, Tenders).

SELECTION CRITERIA

*Established senior networks within corporate, NGO and other philanthropic organisations in New Zealand.

*Significant experience working with not-for-profits, government, social/philanthropic organisations.

*Experience working within Māori and Pasifika communities, both regionally and nationally, would be an advantage.

*A solid understanding of the digital space.

*Experience developing, motivating and managing teams.

*Comfortable speaking publicly and presenting to groups

*Approachable

*Experience engaging and relating to individuals and groups from all walks of life

*Self-starter

*Fast thinker

*Experience with creating campaigns or events through use of sound project management methodologies.

*Confidence, ability and experience in representing organisations both commercially and through media.

*Interest in the community sector – Deeply passionate about making a positive difference in our communities and enabling others to do the same.

*An agile and flexible approach – Be able to take responsibility for urgent or strategic activities that fall outside of normal business hours.

*Efficient, Motivated and Organised – Great time management skills, ability to multitask and handle pressure.

*We are a values-based organisation – we want passion!


If this all sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you.

Applications close 17 February 2019. First interviews will be scheduled via Skype shortly after with select applicants invited for in-person interviews.

Job Expired February 17, 2019

Job Categories: Community Services and Development (other). Job Types: Full-Time. Salaries: On application.

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