Contract GEN Secretary and Administrator
Are you organised and people-focused with an eye for detail and event management? Want to work around 8 hours a week from home with the odd excursion into Wellington’s CBD? GEN is looking for a new administrator to start in February.
The Government Economics Network (GEN) is an incorporated society and registered charity. GEN is governed by a Board of volunteers. These volunteers work alongside a paid Director of Operations and the administrator to make our planned activities and strategic vision happen. GEN’s vision is excellent government policy for Aotearoa New Zealand. This means we see robust economic analysis and advice as a way to achieve this vision, rather than an end in itself. We aim to improve the linkages between GEN across the private, public, and academic sectors; encourage debate and discussion; and open the door for the development of non-economists and economists. We need a Board Secretary and administrator to support us in the effective day-to-day running of our organisation and to help keep records to ensure we comply with our obligations as a charity.
This role would be perfect for someone who wants to be home with their kids or is making forays back into the workforce. We need someone with some experience in administration, organising events and ‘herding cats’ and who is self-managing. We are also keen to improve our admin systems and practices and willing to provide the resources to do this.
The administrator’s main roles are to:
- Be GEN’s official secretary
- Organise around 8 GEN training and 5 network events a year
- Maintain GEN member and distribution lists
- Manage GEN’s emails, documents, and records
- Support the Board, the Director of Operations, and the Chair
This is a contract position, paid at an hourly rate of $50 (subject to experience). You will need to sort out your own tax and GST payments.
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