Fundraising and Communications Manager
- Integral Senior Position
- Growing New Zealand Charity
- Christchurch or Auckland Based
The Assistance Dogs NZ Trust (ADNZ) was founded in 2008 and provides children and adults with various disabilities access to service dogs. The passionate team of ADNZ are committed to enriching the lives of people living with disabilities by providing purpose bred and trained assistance dogs to meet the unique needs of each individual client and family. For further information please go to www.assistancedogstrust.org.nz
Reporting to the General Manager, you will assist ADNZ to achieve its mission by developing and leading the organisations strategic fundraising as well as the marketing and communication functions. Your key responsibilities will include:
- Implementing and developing marketing and communication strategies across all channels
- Developing multiple and sustainable revenue streams
- Developing multiple channels to engage with donors
Working in a small team, you will need to be able to roll up your sleeves and oversee all fundraising initiatives while managing marketing and communications, as well as maintaining and cultivating existing relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
Skills & Experience
To succeed you will have previous experience in a similar role, implementing and leading fundraising activities at corporate and community levels. Your ability to nurture donor relationships at various levels and develop and sustain strong relationships with a diverse range of the community will be imperative to your success. An understanding and knowledge of the media as well as experience using digital media will be essential. You will have excellent written and verbal skills and possess a high level of organisational skills, enthusiasm, energy and passion.
If you are self-motivated and want to be part of a team that is committed to its mission, then please submit your cover letter and CV by clicking on the ‘Apply’ button, or phone Sally Goldsmith on 03 345 8761 or Amanda Hance on 03 345 8754 with any initial enquiries.
Applications for this role close at 5pm Monday 23 September 2019