Full-Time Executive Director of Fundraising
We need an energetic, confident net-worker, who will forge positive relationships by gaining supporters, raise awareness and effectively fund raise.
At Dayspring, we positively influence the pathways for mothers and their families/whanau.
Maternal Mental Health is the prime focus area of the Trust’s vision. The maternal well being of the mother means families can flourish and grow and ultimately affects the health of the communities we live in.
We are looking for an individual who is making a difference through casting vision, developing strategy, achieving results and leading with passion.
If this sounds like you, Dayspring could be the ideal place for you to make your mark as a leader while you make a difference to our community.
What does Dayspring provide
· Community based maternal mental health services
· Parenting Programmes
· Workshops and courses
· Friendship and support
· Counselling Services
· Secure Beginnings – early intervention attachment service
What do we need from you
The Executive Director / Fundraiser will focus on organisational growth and sustainability. The remit is to increase the contributions of individuals and groups to Dayspring Trust by building relationships and exploring new revenue opportunities from various sources.
The Executive Director will energetically, confidentially network, forge positive relationships with supporters and raise awareness of the trusts’ work, aims and goals. Essentially you will be the ambassador, on a mission to raise funds through marketing campaigns and direct income generating activities.
Your work allocation will be as follows:
· Fundraising & Marketing 65%
· Organisational Leadership 35%
The Skills we’re looking for
· Proven track record of fundraising, marketing and direct fundraising strategies
· Proven experience of organisational effectiveness and entrepreneurial operations management
· Leadership skills for strengthening teams and persuading others to follow and execute their innovative ideas.
· Ability to germinate intriguing ideas, and carry the desire to figure out how to make it work.
· Strong communication and engagement skills
· Ability to model authenticity, integrity, humility and respect
· Familiarity with business and financial principles and practices including revenue diversification
· Knowledge of and / or experience with NGO’s in the Health sector
· Tertiary degree in operations management or related field or proven “intrapreneurial” experience
How to Apply
If our mission inspires you, and your track record can take us to new heights, we want to hear from you. Please apply below or contact Tracy Meyer at Bright NZ (Our training and recruitment partner) on 021 911 790 if you would like to discuss the opportunity.
We look forward to receiving your application.
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