We are hiring a Collaboration Coordinator!
Applications close Thursday 13 June at 12pm.
Are you looking for opportunities to use your communication and facilitation skills to help make Aotearoa a better place for all children and whānau?
Are you organised, collaborative, and able to work in a responsive, nimble and flexible way? Then this is for you!
ActionStation, Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG), FinCap, The Workshop and New Zealand Christian Council of Social Services (NCCSS) are looking for a part-time Collaboration Coordinator.
Based on the Collective Impact Model, your job would be to act as the ‘backbone support’ to these five NGOs who are working together to get more of the Welfare Expert Advisory Group (WEAG) recommendations passed into law.
Specifically, your role would be:
- Ensuring shared communications between the collaborators by scheduling and facilitating regular meetings and providing updates;
- Identifying opportunities for collaboration and amplification;
- Supporting collaborators to generate media and other communications based on shared messaging;
- Coordinating and managing creatives (e.g. graphic designers, photographers storytellers, writers, and videographers) and a small budget to generate content that can be used by all of the collaborators to advance our goals;
- Coordinating joint press releases as and when appropriate and impactful;
- Engaging other NGOs and community groups to join the campaign efforts;
- Helping us to establish structures and systems that will enable us to work together more effectively beyond the tenure of the contract.
We welcome and value the contributions that individuals who identify as members of marginalised communities bring to our organisation, and encourage Māori, people of colour, women, people identifying as LGBTQIA+ and people with disabilities to apply. We recognise that this list is neither exhaustive nor representative of the intersectionality present within each individual. Please indicate in your cover letter if you would like to be considered for employment equity.