Permanent, part time, 30 hours per week – 8.30 am –3.00 pm

Want to be part of a vibrant philanthropic organisation? Each year the Trust distributes a percentage of its profits generated from the global investment portfolio as grants to help organisations carry out charitable, philanthropic and recreational projects of benefit to people in the region.  In 2016-2017 the Trust granted over $11.6 million to 646 community organisations and projects around the region.   An additional ten projects were approved for donations from the Significant Capital Projects Fund, worth $2.8 million in total.

The Trust is seeking an intermediate level Coordinator with broad office experience to join our effective team of nine staff.  This role has become available following an internal promotion and will report to the Business Services Manager.

The Trust has an exciting year ahead, with the move into the new office which includes one floor of community meeting rooms. The Trust is also implementing many system and software changes that will see us continually evolve and improve in how we operate.  

The Coordinator will be accountable for reception, managing use of the community facilities, and providing office and financial administration support to staff and trustees for Trust Waikato.

Complementing an effective Trust Waikato team, you will be respected for your expertise, ‘can do’ attitude, and excellent communication and interpersonal skills.   

Essential to the role is demonstrated experience in use of financial accounting systems, the Microsoft Office suite of products and your ability to organise, prioritise and be proactive.   You will also hold a current driver’s license and will show flexibility and interest in learning new software programmes.

You will have a passion for the philanthropic and voluntary sector and honour the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

Salary range for 30 hours, $33,675 - $40,800

This job closes on 8 February at 5.00 pm.

All enquiries to Robyn McCulloch 0272405262 or robyn@robynmcculloch.nz.

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