VACANCIES!!! BOARD OF TRUSTEES POSITIONS (4)
Build a Brighter Future for Children and Families.
Mata Of Hope NZ is newly registered charitable organisation. We are are on a drive to form board of trustees and require up to four new members to join the combined team. We are seeking individuals passionate about improving lives. There is a real opportunity for successful applicant to make a positive difference and shape the way Mata Of Hope NZ work moving forward.
Location of applicants: Auckland
Duration of appointment: Flexible, but ideally up to 3 years
Time commitment: 5 hours per month
Incumbents Re Standing: No
Application closing date: 14/07/2018
You will work collaboratively with the three co-founding trustees to assist and guide the work we do. Key to achieving our goals is the development of effective networks and relationships with a wide range of community services, agencies, and organisations so good connections in various sectors will be an advantage.
IDEAL APPLICANT DESCRIPTION
Knowledge, experience and skills in one or more of the following areas would be valuable along with the readiness to lead, go above and beyond.
The successful candidates will have skills and experience in:
· Not for Profit sector
· Grant Applications
· Strategy and Planning
· Social media / Content creation / Marketing
· General Administration skills.
Ideal applicants will be required to volunteer at least 5 hours each month to the performance of the appointed role. Meetings are held 3 times each year in person or by any other means of communicating as decided on by board from time to time.
If you believe you are ready to effect change and would like the opportunity to do so and create better outcomes for families and children, please get in touch to express your interest and apply. Please indicate the role you are applying for.
ABOUT MATA OF HOPE NZ
Mata of Hope NZ is an Auckland based charity (CC54729) established in 2017. The organisation has been formed to support New Zealand families of African heritage in ways that are culturally sympathetic and which support healthy safe homes and the development of positive social connections. We work in five key ways:
Partnering with agencies to deliver family support and services
Socialising and facilitating health awareness programmes
Advocating for families and individuals of African descent
Collaborating with agencies for best outcomes for children
Providing advice and culturally appropriate options for children in care and their families
OUR VALUES: Trust • Integrity • Diversity • Inclusion • Respect • Caring • Collaboration