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Partnerships Administrator

Fundraising – CBD, Auckland
Department Fundraising
Employment Type Part-Time permanent
Minimum Experience Experienced

ChildFund is an international developement organisation that works together in partnership with children, their families and communities. The protection of children is a priority in all our work.

We build meaningful connections to bring about positive transformation to children and their communities to create lasting and meaningful change by supporting long-term community development. As part of the ChildFund Alliance, ChildFund New Zealand supports development programmes and the delivery of humanitarian aid in more than 55 countries worldwide, helping over 15 million people.

Our aim is a world free from child poverty, where no child suffers from preventable diseases or hunger, where no child is exploited or harmed, where every child feels cared for, where every child is strong and healthy in body and mind, educated and confident.

We are looking for an experience Administrator who is an enthusiastic and talented team player to join our fundraising team to help us achieve our goals by supporting the development of long term revenue via bequest prospects. This role is for 20 hours per week but may grow.

This role is integral to delivery of ChildFund New Zealand fundraising strategies to high value supporters, with a strong focus on supporter relationships and experiences in line with overall strategy. This role will undertake a variety of administrative tasks, campaign coordination tasks and liason with other team members to support achieving fundraising targets. An excellent understanding of data and systems is essential. As a part time role that reports to the Head of Partnerships, you will be able to:

  • provide up to date data and administrative support to the Head of Partnerships to ensure effective communications with High Value supporters - via fundraising appeals, bespoke project proposals, functions, and community interactions
  • Co-ordinate community enquiries, assessing ChildFunds response and fundraising opportunity
  • Provide Monthly reports and note trends

What skills do we require you to bring to share with the ChildFund Team?

  • Fundraising experience in  a not for profit preferred, but not essential
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; able to prepare presentations and reports
  • Demonstrate relationship management or sound customer service
  • Experience of Databases-ideally Microsoft Dynamics
  • Well organised and able to self-manage and work with accuracy


Empathy with the values of ChildFund and the needs of children in developing countries

  • Broad understanding of community and the needs of children in developing countries
  • Highly motivated 'can-do' attitude
  • Professional appearance
  • A proven team player who works collaberatively
  • Warm personality with well-developed interpersonal communication skills

Applications close 1st of May 2018.

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  • Location
    CBD, Auckland
  • Department
  • Employment Type
    Part-Time permanent
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