Senior Fundraiser/Fundraising Guru
About the Position
Fundraising Wizard? Grants Ninja? Money finding Magician? Senior Fundraiser? Step right up! We are looking for an absolute superstar, someone who is going to go out into the big, wide world and raise funds to help the City Mission do all the good things! You’ll need to be filled with ingenious ideas, and to see and create opportunities where others can’t.
As our Senior Fundraiser, you’ll have responsibility for developing and implementing the Christchurch City Mission’s fundraising strategy to enable us to meet our capital and operational requirements. You’ll work alongside our handpicked team of like-minded luminaries to ensure that the incredibly essential work of the City Mission is well funded now, and into the future.
Our ideal appointee will naturally have fantastic corporate or charitable fundraising experience. We also want you to have experience in marketing and brand management, PR and communications and to ideally have a relevant degree, and possibly some event management experience.
If you are our next superstar, then this is your time to shine. For further information and an application pack, please contact Jo Yusaf, email@example.com or 03 365 0635
Community Alcohol & Other Drug Clinician
About the Position
We are seeking a hard-working, experienced clinician to join our dynamic team, with a focus on working with those involved in the justice system. The role includes group facilitation, screenings, brief and comprehensive assessments, court work and case management essentially in community settings. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a shared initiative within the wider AOD sector working with people in the justice system.
This is a 30 hours per week, 16 month fixed term position. The actual hours and days of work will be negotiated with the successful applicant, as will a competitive salary. Some evening work may be required.
Our ideal appointee will hold a health professional qualification (such as Social Work, Nursing, Psychologist, Occupational Therapist or AOD qualification) and have experience in AOD and/or Mental Health work. The ability to be assertive and non-judgmental, and the ability to work with situations of conflict and crisis, is essential, as is a sense of compassion and the ability to relate to all walks of life.
Applications close at 5pm on Thursday 31st August 2017. For further information, please contact Jan Spence, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 03 371 0610. For an application pack, please contact Jo Yusaf, email@example.com, 03 365 0635.