Contract Renew Brighton Manager
Our manager is the connector who keeps Renew Brighton ticking. This is fantastic opportunity to work in a healthy and supportive organisation creating real change. The role will suit an adaptable people person looking for a rewarding position with loads of flexibility. There are two key components to the role.
The first is behind the scenes support. Renew Brighton has three key projects that are managed by three project coordinators. The manager supports these coordinators and ensures information is flowing between them and the board. A large part of this element involves administration, finance and background support. There is also an element of providing flexible capacity and project support to coordinators.
Secondly, this role also includes an external component: maintaining our organisational culture of respect, care, passion for our community and being our eyes and ears in the community. Constantly consulting with the community and Board to create and respond to new opportunities in alignment with mission and principles. Networking inside and outside New Brighton, connecting people and leveraging networks for the benefit of New Brighton. We are also open to this role including the development of new projects of interest to the applicant.
This contract position is ongoing and is approximately 18 hours per week. Additional hours may also be offered dependent on the contracts and funding streams available.
How to Apply
Applications are due the 24th August at 5pm. Interviews will be held the week of the 27th August in the evening.
Note: Renew Brighton is currently hiring for two part-time contracting roles. We would be happy to employ the same person for both depending on the skills of the applicants who apply for each. Please see our listing for a community website coordinator here: https://dogoodjobs.co.nz/jobs/community-website-coordinator/.
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