Part-Time Fundraising Manager
Become the Fundraising Manager for Hospice New Zealand and join the movement to ensure access to quality palliative care for everyone in New Zealand.
We have one fixed 12-month contract (30 hours per week) available
Who we are
Te Kahu Pairuri o Aotearoa / Hospice New Zealand exists to support the hospice movement in order that everyone in New Zealand may access quality palliative care. Hospice New Zealand is actively involved in advocacy and raising awareness, education, workforce development and providing information and advice to hospices, stakeholders and to the general public. Hospice New Zealand supports and helps hospices nationwide to provide holistic care and support to those with life limiting conditions, in order that they can live every moment.
About this role
This role is responsible for all fundraising and partnership-related activity at a national level, focusing primarily on national fundraising campaigns, the management and development of corporate and business supporters, and securing income from grant makers for a range of projects.
- Fundraising – manage national fundraising campaigns for Hospice New Zealand (including the national Farmers Christmas Charity Campaign
- Ensure appropriate promotion (web, online, social media and print) of all campaigns
- Work with the Communications Manager on planning, implementing and promoting Hospice Awareness Week (happens in May, annually)
- Manage and respond to all requests around fundraising activities – bequests, community fundraising ideas, through Give a Little, public donations via website, and social media
- Identify new fundraising streams to support Hospice New Zealand’s work
- Bequests – explore opportunities to support a national bequests campaign
- Corporate partnerships – manage and develop meaningful relationships with Hospice New Zealand’s existing national partners, campaign partners and supporters
- Identify prospective new partners and develop an approach for engagement at a national level (for example, a new partner for Hospice Awareness Week)
- Manage the delivery of other national corporate fundraising events and activities
- Maximise communications opportunities to profile corporate partners to both internal (hospice members) and external (public) audiences using social media, website, and e-direct mail
- Grants – develop and manage a system to ensure all grant opportunities are maximised from existing and new sources of funding
- Communications support – work with the Communications Manager to implement communications plans (especially around ensuring social media content and the website are current and updated).
Essential skills/experience for the role
This role requires experience in a fundraising or marketing role, particularly in a Not for Profit/ For Purpose environment. We are looking for someone with;
- Strong skills and experience in social media marketing
- Confidence in updating websites using a CMS
- Confidence in using email-marketing platforms, such as Mail chimp
- Experience managing relationships with external parties
- Experience with end-to-end delivery of fundraising events and campaigns
- Ability to establish and grow professional relationships
- Proven ability to communicate with all levels of stakeholders in both a written and verbal context
You have a commitment to and a willingness to understand and apply the principles of the Te Tiriti o Waitangi to your work. We are looking for someone who brings a sense of joy, initiative and motivation to their work. You will thrive working in a small team environment, willing to multi task and be sensitive to the needs of all stakeholders.
To join us, we encourage you to email your application to [email protected]
Please submit your cover letter and CV by Wednesday 24 August 2022 at 4.00pm.
The job description for this role can be viewed above.
This role is Wellington-based, with salary range (pro rata) between $72,750-97,750 depending on skill and experience.
If you would like to know more about this role or Hospice New Zealand, or have any questions about applying, please feel free to reach out to us at [email protected],nz
Applicants must be eligible to live and work in Aotearoa, be able to successfully pass a Police Vetting Check and provide evidence of your Covid-19 vaccination status.
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