The National Foundation for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing 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
As the Fundraising Administrator, you will be a natural people’s person, with the ability to build great relationships with key stakeholders (internally & externally). You will be the voice of the Foundation, with all incoming calls, answered by you. Your written, and verbal communication skills will be second to none, along with accuracy and having a high degree of integrity. You will be a naturally super-organised person, as you will be providing support to the wider team with general administration duties.
This position reports to the Donor Relations Manager, whilst working closely with the Grants Executive to assist with end of month financial reporting.
This role is permanent/fulltime, 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday, working from our lovely Parnell Office.
To succeed in this role, you will have:
Report preparation and spreadsheet collation
CRM Database maintenance and updating
Planning and managing projects/campaigns to deadlines
High attention to detail and experience using excel and Microsoft suite
Similar experience in a previous role (charity environment advantageous)
Working across multiple departments
General Administration (i.e Answering Incoming Calls, Banking, Collecting Mail, etc)
You will have the ability to build and foster relationships with key stakeholders
Enjoy working in a fast-paced environment where no two days are the same
Have exceptional organisational and time management skills
Have excellent problem solving and communication skills
Have the ability to relate to people from a diverse range of backgrounds
Be part of a charity and team who is passionate about their community and driven to making a change for the generations to come.
Applicants for this position must have the rights to work in New Zealand – apply now!
Sound like you? Please email your CV and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.