Project Manager - Not-for-Profit

  • Salary: $70,000 - $75,000 pro rata
  • Location: Auckland
  • Post date: November 10, 2020
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  • Specialism: Project
  • Job Type: Contract
  • Industry: Charity / Not-for-Profit

Project Manager – Not for Profit

2 year Fixed term contract

24 Hours per week

Flexibility on days and hours

Our client, a nationwide Not for Profit Charity, is looking for a new addition to their team to support the delivery of a new project to ensure the health, education and well-being of children and young people across Aotearoa.

This role will require somebody that is passionate about the Charity/NFP space and is looking to make an impact in the community. Excellent communication skills across a large demographic of people are paramount as you will be the face of the business and liaising with external stakeholders to create and build ongoing, positive, lasting relationships.

Your ability to support various projects, manage expectations between internal and external stakeholders to deliver programmes on time and within budget – will see you great success in this role! You’ll also be working closely with and supporting the National Programme Manager, so you’ll be collaborative in approach, a great communicator and have the ability to manage multiple priorities at once.

Key Responsibilities

  • Manage relationships with clients and stakeholders - including national sporting and Government, DHBs, Schools and internal teams
  • Draft all project related documentation
  • Responsible for and oversight of all project-related delivery costs/expenditure
  • Work with the Technology Lead to ensure the portal is user friendly for families and project delivery partners
  • Responsible for excellent documentation and record-keeping within CRM and Sharepoint of programme activities

About You

  • Bachelor’s degree or relevant tertiary qualification
  • Experience in the public sector, DHB's and schools highly regarded
  • 3-5 years’ experience in project management where key initiatives were successfully delivered
  • Demonstrated cultural competency including and understanding of tikanga Maori and confidence in engaging with the Maori and Pasifika communities
  • Ability to problem-solve, analyse and draw insights from project data
  • Can demonstrate problem-solving skills and previous use of initiative
  • Experience in handling large budgets is essential
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