Part-Time Support Services Coordinator
The Cancer Society is one of New Zealand’s leading charities with a clear mission to improve community wellbeing by reducing the incidence and impact of cancer. Reducing cancer inequities is a priority for the organisation, especially for Maori who experience a disproportionately high burden of cancer mortality and morbidity. Te Tiriti O Waitangi is foundational to our work to address this both internally and across the health system.
The Cancer Society Auckland Northland (CSAN) is looking for a Support Coordinator to lead our small Driving Service team who coordinate our driving service made up of volunteers; and supporting a pool of volunteers based in the Regional Cancer Service at Auckland City Hospital. This role, on occasion may need to provide back-up cover for our Volunteer Driving Service team.
The role is for 20 hours, 5 days a week and reports to the Supportive Care Manager. This is a key role with the objectives of ensuring a high performing and value adding driver coordinator team and service; and ensuring we maintain an effective and efficient pool of volunteers in both the driving and Regional Cancer Services.
The following skills are essential:
Two to five years’ experience in leading teams, including recruitment, retention, and performance development.
Someone who has a working knowledge of managing volunteers and providing a worthwhile, rewarding experience for volunteers.
A recent working knowledge of the delivery of community and/or health services is desirable.
A high level of communication skills, both verbal and written.
A knowledge of administration systems and computer technology is essential, and an ability to learn new software applications as required.
The ability to manage a small multi-functional team and ensuring a fantastic team culture.
Excellent people and interpersonal skills.
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