Reporting to the Executive Director, the Fundraising Manager is a member of the management team and will be responsible for raising financial support through individual giving fundraising appeals, primarily direct mail and eDM. You will also be responsible for developing the marketing, fundraising and communications plans to attract and maintain donors.
Key responsibilities include:
“This role is perfect for anyone who wants to make a real, lasting difference in the world and a great opportunity to work with inspiring donors. The internal processes are well organised and it is a busy role, in a calm environment, where you can excel and achieve outstanding results! I am sad to be leaving the role after a wonderful two years, to travel and spend some time with my family in the UK.” - Jane Walker, Fundraising Manager
The ideal applicant will have 5 years proven experience and success in direct marketing, communications or fundraising management. You will be recognised for your great all round communication, interpersonal and teamwork skills, and will have a sound understanding of digital communications. You will have a relevant tertiary qualification, and a fundraising qualification is also highly desirable.
The Leprosy Mission is an international Christian charity dedicated to curing, caring for and restoring people affected by leprosy. Globally, 15 million people have been cured from leprosy over the last 25 years.
If you are proactive, adaptable, calm under pressure with commitment and enthusiasm for the mission and values of The Leprosy Mission New Zealand, then please email an updated CV with a cover letter addressed to Jane Walker, The Leprosy Mission New Zealand, outlining your experience against the competencies in the position description and telling us why you would want to work for The Leprosy Mission.
For further information regarding the role, feel free to contact us on 0800 862 873. We are happy to answer any of your questions.
This position is based in Balmoral, Auckland and the application deadline is Friday 26 May, 2017.
Keen to join us?
The Leprosy Mission NZ is recruiting for a Programme Manager to cover parental leave and who will play a key role in planning and implementing LMNZ’s programme work in defined areas and will take responsibility for supporting the development of long-term programmes and projects. This will include close collaboration with partners, overseeing funding and reporting requirements of the assigned programmes/projects, and coordinating/liaising with external programme consultants. The position also takes the lead for key tasks such as producing annual reports and financial acquittals for government-funded projects, writing/developing new proposals for government funding and producing six-monthly reports for the programmes sub-committee of the LMNZ board. The Programme Manager may be required to undertake overseas travel to fulfil these duties and meet agreed outcomes.
You will have 3 years' experience in the design, management and monitoring of development projects, preferably with institutional funding, and a relevant tertiary degree.
Key Responsibilities include:
Professional skills, technical knowledge and experience including sound understanding of development principles and public health issues, experience in developing, managing & reporting for institutionally funded projects, excellent financial skills, the ability to coordinate a range of complex tasks simultaneously and to effectively prioritise and organise own workload. Additionally to plan, organise and monitor tasks at strategic, programming and project levels while maintaining a clear focus on sustainable outcomes and to effectively supervise & liaise with external consultants.
The Leprosy Mission NZ
The Leprosy Mission New Zealand (LMNZ) is a Christian aid and development organisation, and a member of the Leprosy Mission Global Fellowship. The Leprosy Mission’s global vision is to see ‘leprosy defeated and lives transformed’.
LMNZ, partnering with other affiliates of the Leprosy Mission Global Fellowship, funds a range of medical, public health and community development projects across the world with a particular focus on Papua New Guinea, India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Ethiopia.
LMNZ receives funding from the NZ government, through the NZ Aid programme, along with regular donations from supporters. LMNZ is one of New Zealand’s oldest charities, having been established in 1912. LMNZ is a registered charity and is governed by an independent board, elected by its members.
Please email your complete C.V. and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This position is based in Balmoral, Auckland and the application deadline is Wednesday 31 May, 2017.