A bit about us …
Cerebral Palsy Society is committed to enhancing the lives of New Zealanders living with cerebral palsy. Our members are at the heart of all we do, and we are proud to provide a range of programmes and advice so that our members receive the best possible support in living their best lives. Learn more about our story and values at www.cerebralpalsy.org.nz About the role …
After a period of change, we are looking for a hands-on leader to take the organisation through the next stage of our journey, and beyond. You will enjoy challenge and reward in equal measure as you take responsibility for the day to day operational and financial management of CPS, while leading our awesome team and volunteers.
About you …
- Working closely with the Board to implement our strategic and operational plan
- Oversee timely and accurate monthly and annual accounts, as well as the preparation and submission of grant funding applications
- Contribute to Board reports and meetings
- Overall accountability for the membership database and reporting
- Leading staff, contractors, and volunteers, ensuring they have the necessary training, support, and guidance to encourage their personal and professional development
- Oversight of policy and procedure maintenance and development
- Manage media communication and take a proactive approach in the promotion of the CPS through the website, professional networks, and a range of social media.
What you will receive …
- An effective leader, whose values and purpose aligns with those of the CPS
- Broad experience and skills across financial, operational and people management
- You will love to innovate and so do we, as we adapt to the changing environment and continue to provide outstanding service to our members
- Commercially astute and IT savvy, with the ability to plan effectively and take a creative approach to problem solving
- Outstanding communicator with the ability to influence others and build strong relationships
- You will Ideally have a close association with the Cerebral Palsy community, and a deep understanding of the challenges facing our members
- May have a varied background in the health/disability/not for profit sectors, business or industry, as well as a relevant qualification or equivalent experience.
- A supportive and dedicated team environment
- Reporting to a Board that is collaborative and open to ideas and innovation
- Flexible working arrangements
- Opportunity to grow and develop your skills and career
- Salary circa 100K.
We’ve partnered with Kin to find the right person for this role, if you think it might be you, please apply now. If you’d like to find out more before applying please call Stephanie Patterson on 027 215 3576.