Community Partnership Administrator

Community Partnership Administrator

About us

The National Foundation for the Deaf promotes the rights, interests, and welfare of over 880,000 New Zealanders with hearing loss, supported by a highly regarded membership base of consumer and professional hearing-health organisations.

 

The Foundation's vision is a world where hearing and listening is valued; the consequences of hearing loss are understood; people with hearing disorders and disability can lead fulfilling lives; and the impact of hearing loss is reduced through access to treatments, technology and social support.

About the Role

This is a busy role, where no two days will be the same. You will be a natural people person, have the ability to connect and foster relationships with today's youth and be comfortable liaising with all different providers within the community.

 

You need to be self-motivated, technologically savvy, energetic, and highly organised with the ability to work independently whilst prioritising and self-managing your time. Being proactive at problem-solving and a great communicator is also key while feeling comfortable with fostering positive and collaborative relationships.

 

Is this you?...... If you answered yes, read on….

 

Reporting through to the Corporate and Community Partnerships Manager, this role is jointly responsible for coordinating and administering the NFDHH's National Hearing Screening programme at selected secondary schools throughout NZ and the Make Listening Safe Youth education programme.

 

This role permanent—Monday to Friday, 40 hours per week. We are a friendly and passionate team, with our offices based in Parnell however we offer a flexible working environment.  You will be working alongside our current Community Partnership Administrator, who will be instrumental in your training and supporting and guiding you with your day-to-day responsibilities.

 

To succeed in this role, you will have: 

  • Administration experience within a school environment or education sector (preferred)

  • Previous experience working for a not-for-profit or in a relationship-focused role.

  • Quick-thinking and solutions-focused experience with the ability to deliver quality outcomes

  • High level of resilience, with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment where no two days are the same

  • Exceptional computer savvy skills, including a sound knowledge of the Microsoft suite.

  

All applicants will be required to provide proof of their eligibility to work in New Zealand and hold a Full Class 1 NZ Driver's Licence.

 

If this sounds like you and you want to be part of our team, apply now by emailing your cover letter & CV to shirley.rippey@nfd.org.nz