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Job Vacancy at Violence Free Communities: General Manager

November 17, 2017 at 11:19 AM

At Violence Free Communities we create projects, events and tools that support people to enjoy active participation in their community. In this way we aim to successfully promote community resilience and effective alternatives to violence.  Our projects are used across New Zealand and in international settings. Go to our website and Facebook page for more information.

We are seeking a General Manager to join our small team.  If you have the following attributes and experience we would love to hear from you.

  • Demonstrated competency in a community based organisation which include knowledge of business practices;
  • A proven track record of experience and achievement as a fundraiser;
  • Ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of audiences inside and outside the organisation;
  • Financial management skills including budgeting, forecasting and reporting;
  • Proven project management experience;
  • Staff management experience;
  • High standard of computer knowledge and literacy in the Microsoft Office suite of programmes.

This role is 32 hours per week, with the opportunity for flexible hours. At Violence Free Communities we aim to be open, transparent, and collaborative.  Because we are a small team we each take full responsibility for our tasks, yet remain flexible to assist one another when necessary.

If you want to be part of our innovative and effective team, then take this opportunity and apply with your CV and cover letter to by 5pm, 24 November 2017.

Category: Job Vacancies