Part-Time Manager – Match | Te Puna Taurite
We’re on the hunt for a manager of an exciting programme designed to support the funding system within Aotearoa New Zealand! Do you…
– Want to be part of system change that helps both philanthropy and community groups?
– Like a challenging and broad hands-on management role?
Match | Te Puna Taurite helps both those seeking and distributing philanthropic and grant funding. The vision of Match | Te Puna Taurite is a more equitable, accessible and collaborative funding system. It aims to connect those with funds to those that seek them, and enable easier funder to funder connection in support of fundseekers. Read more on www.match.org.nz
You’ll start as Match | Te Puna Taurite is launching, meaning you’ll manage a start-up where the focus will be on embedding and evolving this service to meet user needs in line with the vision of equity, accessibility, and collaboration.
You’ll need to have solid work experience behind you in areas like project, people and IT management. Like many community organisation roles, the job description highlights that you’ll need to be flexible and confident to take on a wide variety of tasks. You’ll be supported to do this by the Chief Executive, the skills of the wider Philanthropy New Zealand | Tōpūtanga Tuku Aroha o Aotearoa team. And, most importantly, by the awesome Project Coordinator Lily who reports to you.
It takes a village to create change and for Match | Te Puna Taurite to be successful you’ll need to build strong relationships with funders, community organisations and stakeholders, as we can’t do this alone. The right person will grow this role and team in coming years.
We’re an organisation focussed on better engaging with Māori. So if you’re non-Māori, you’ll be committed to increasing your understanding of Te Ao Māori alongside your team-mates.
To enjoy this job, you’ll be a positive person that can manage a busy and diverse role and enjoys both problem solving and opportunity seeking. You’ll be genuinely interested in the giving space, and experience in the community and/or funding sector will help you hit the ground running.
This position can either be worked 0.6 or 0.8FTE, depending on your experience and situation. The team’s based in Wellington, but applications from people in other main centres are welcome, particularly Auckland where we have a strong membership base.
Thank you for your time!
Please email an application outlining your skills and experience and why you believe you’re a fit for this role to [email protected] by 9am on Monday, May 30.
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