The CompanyFounded in 1877, the Little Company of Mary (LCM) was established by Mary Potter, a Catholic sister in Nottingham England. Christchurch was the first city in New Zealand where the LCM sisters established themselves and they have continued to spread their mission of caring for the poor, sick, and dying. Today they do this by providing affordable housing for independent elderly people and offering resources to support them as required.The Little Company of Mary are currently seeking individuals to join their Investment Committee and Finance Committee. These are unique opportunities for suitably experienced and passionate candidates to join a team of Committee Members to provide advice to Trustees in relation to the Management of the investment portfolio and financial management of the organisation. To find out more about the Little Company of Mary here: www.lcmchristchurch.org.nzTo succeed in these unique opportunities you will be a strategic thinker and be an active participant at Committee meetings four times per year. You will have a strong appreciation for the organisation and be passionate about the positive impact that the Little Company of Mary makes on the wider community.The company is seeking skill diversity for their committees, with a preference given to candidates with experience, qualifications and skills in some or all of the following areas:Investment advisingInvestment fund managementFinancial analysis and fundingExposure to sustainable and ethical investmentStrong governance and financial stewardship experienceSustainable investment appreciationTo ApplyIf you feel you possess the above qualities and wish to apply for this opportunity supporting the stewardship of a well-established philanthropic organisation, submit your cover letter and CV and click the ‘Apply’ button. Initial enquiries are welcome by phoning Nick Carter on 03 345 8764.Applications for this role close 5pm Friday 3 June 2022. 5 AUD New Zealand - NZ Canterbury Christchurch Christchurch
Job Opportunity | Finance and Investment Committee Opportunities | Brannigans

Finance and Investment Committee Opportunities

  • International Charitable Organisation - Local Focus
  • Two Committee Positions - Four Meetings Per Year
  • Christchurch Based

The Company

Founded in 1877, the Little Company of Mary (LCM) was established by Mary Potter, a Catholic sister in Nottingham England. Christchurch was the first city in New Zealand where the LCM sisters established themselves and they have continued to spread their mission of caring for the poor, sick, and dying. Today they do this by providing affordable housing for independent elderly people and offering resources to support them as required.

The Little Company of Mary are currently seeking individuals to join their Investment Committee and Finance Committee. These are unique opportunities for suitably experienced and passionate candidates to join a team of Committee Members to provide advice to Trustees in relation to the Management of the investment portfolio and financial management of the organisation. To find out more about the Little Company of Mary here: www.lcmchristchurch.org.nz

To succeed in these unique opportunities you will be a strategic thinker and be an active participant at Committee meetings four times per year. You will have a strong appreciation for the organisation and be passionate about the positive impact that the Little Company of Mary makes on the wider community.

The company is seeking skill diversity for their committees, with a preference given to candidates with experience, qualifications and skills in some or all of the following areas:

  • Investment advising
  • Investment fund management
  • Financial analysis and funding
  • Exposure to sustainable and ethical investment
  • Strong governance and financial stewardship experience
  • Sustainable investment appreciation

To Apply

If you feel you possess the above qualities and wish to apply for this opportunity supporting the stewardship of a well-established philanthropic organisation, submit your cover letter and CV and click the ‘Apply’ button. Initial enquiries are welcome by phoning Nick Carter on 03 345 8764.

Applications for this role close 5pm Friday 3 June 2022.