- Utilise your strong administration skills
- Fantastic opportunity to be part of something special
- Part-time role – 20 hours per week, Monday to Friday
Mō mātou – Our Organisation
Supporting the communities of today to shape the communities of tomorrow
Foundation North holds in trust for Auckland and Northland communities an endowment of over a billion dollars. This positions us uniquely to fund over $40M each year to not-for-profit initiatives in our region.
Our vision is Enhanced Lives. To achieve our vision, we aim to be responsive to the changing community needs and aspirations through the four focus areas in our funding framework
Ō Tātou Uara – Our Values
Our values unite us as an organisation and guide how we work every day. Our values are:
Kia kotahi te hoe – Working together
Me mahi i roto i te tika te pono me te aroha – Doing the right thing with respect and care
Whakamana – Enabling, uplifting and reinforcing
Ako – Listening, learning and understanding
Tūhono mai – Join us
We value diversity and welcome applications from all walks of life. In return, you will be part of a great team of professionals investing in its people, offering a competitive benefits package that includes health insurance and extended annual leave.
Ko tā mātou mahi – Our Role
This a great opportunity for a superstar administrator, primarily responsible for providing secretarial support to the Funding Manager and support to the Funding Unit to achieve their objectives. You will need to have lots of initiative, be proactive and approachable, work autonomously, and plan and organise to an exceptional level.
Ngā pūmanawatanga ōu – What you will bring
Key to your success will be:
- Your ability to positively interact with internal and external stakeholders
- Providing secretarial and administration support to the Funding Manager
- Delivering comprehensive service to applicants and grantees
- Managing meetings (agendas/minutes) and appointments
- Managing emails, letters, phone calls and other forms of correspondence
- Regular and consistent delivery of the preliminary funding processes using our grants database system
- Strong attention to detail
You will be joining a team that works hard, likes to have fun and one where you will be supported and encouraged!
Your skills and personal qualities will include:
- Minimum of two years related experience in non-profit or professional administration and experience working with community groups
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office 365 including Outlook, Word, Excel, Teams
- Excellent organisational skills, ability to multi-task and work to deadlines
- Proven ability to be innovative and solutions focused
- An understanding or willingness to embrace Te Tiriti ō Waitangi and its principles
- Commitment to Foundation North’s vision and values
If you have the necessary skills and qualities and you’re wanting a role that supports the communities of today to shape the communities of tomorrow, then apply now or call Rachel or Robbie at Quinn (09) 309 8821.