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Social Justice Unit Manager for the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia - Applications close 31 January 2020.

Social Justice Unit Manager for the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia - Applications close 31 January 2020.

If you are self-motivated, highly organised, and flexible, we seek your talents and enthusiasm for this position that will offer you exciting and challenging opportunities. The right applicant will have strong leadership,
effective communication, and proven interpersonal skills that can work cross-culturally.

This Three Tikanga Social Justice Unit (SJU) role works closely with all members of the church, both nationally and internationally, and is accountable to the Three Tikanga Social Justice Sub-Committee of General Synod
Standing Committee. We are seeking a person who is confident in building the capacity of social justice, working with existing social justice agents in this Church to deliver on the needs of the church and to fulfil the vision for
Three Tikanga Social Justice.

We seek an experienced person who brings the following skills, experience and abilities:

  • familiar with Anglican church structures
  • demonstrate passion for and experience in social justice work

able to:

  • co-ordinate and manage the work of the SJU across the three Tikanga
  • fulfil strategic direction and policy objectives
  • deliver and evaluate events and programmes
  • assist design and development of educational resources and training programmes.
  • oversee Staff and Volunteers
  • manage budgets
  • have excellent written and verbal skills
  • personable and friendly nature
  • can work under pressure and deadlines
  • preferably, website and social media capabilities

The role is up to full-time, Monday to Friday, with occasional weekend work. A location will be negotiated with the successful applicant. A space is available, if required, at TUIA – General Synod Office, Meadowbank, Auckland.

If you believe you have the right attitude along with relevant experience, to make a difference to the Anglican Church’s Social Justice Ministry, we would like to hear from you!

Applicants should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa. Current NZ driver’s license desirable.

Applications close 31 January 2020.

Please send your application, with a cover letter and CV to:

‘Social Justice Unit Manager'
General Secretary
gensecm@anglicanchurch.org.nz
PO Box 87188, Meadowbank, Auckland 1742

20/12/2019

01/02/2020

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