Shakti Community Council Inc. is a 25-year-old not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the well-being of migrant refugee women and families of Asian, Middle Eastern and African origins.
Led by ethnic women for ethnic women, we work to enhance social justice, women's rights and contribute to safer ethnic communities.
Want to be part of a dynamic team which is unconditionally passionate about women's development, social change and improving social justice, safety and human rights of migrant and refugee women & children?
If yes, we have an opening for National Organizational / Community Development Manager who can manage, direct the organization & member organizations in achieving, implementing and delivering organizational goals / vision and also advocate and enhance funding and fundraising opportunities for the services we deliver.
This position works in partnership with our National Service Delivery Manager.Here is what your tasks may look like if you were to become National Organizational / Community Development Manager for a not for profit community organization / NGO.
TasksResponsible for expansion and future development of Shakti’s Regional Member Organizations.Work towards achieving strategic goals of Shakti Community Council in the area of community developmentAdministration of National Office & overseeing Administrators of Member Organizations i.
e. overall management of administrative tasks nationally.Oversee and support the work of Funding Unit and ensure each member organization as well as Shakti’s National Office is adequately resourced and funds are tracked.
Implement and maintain Quality Assurance on an ongoing basis with Administrators of various Shakti Organizations and National Office.
Active involvement in advocacy and lobbying for the welfare of migrant and refugee as well as wider communities.Will be responsible in implementing Risk Management policy which includes mitigating risks.
Will be involved in developing National & Regional Budgets alongside with the Finance Team.Skills / Qualifications Required : Our Ideal candidate should have following skills and attributes : Have qualifications / background in Management, Development Studies, or Organisational Leadership.
Excellent command of English language with good written and spoken skillsStrategic leadership and planning skillsCollaborative management styleAbility to connect with and respect colleagues across a diverse range of cultures and identitiesBe highly motivated and believe in the cause of addressing gender-based violence, enabling women and their families to lead empowered, safe and self-reliant livesSound understanding of organizational functionsHave excellent cross-cultural communication skillsBe compassionate, empathetic and caring to those whom you work with and towards those we deliver services toRespecting the voices of women, youth and children as equal partners to the development of the organizationHave minimum spoken language of at least one Asian, African or Middle Eastern languageMust possess good report writing skillsMust have work experience of at least 3 years in a Managerial Capacity in New Zealand or OverseasAdditional AttributesOperate from a women’s rights perspectivePassionate about working with women and childrenHave a vision for better future for ethnic women and children in New ZealandFair understanding of working in a cross-cultural environmentWillingness to learn and be open to feedbackBe flexible and available to travel nationallyFull Driving License and must own a carIf you are interested, please email CV & covering letterJob Type : PermanentEducation : Masters Degree (Preferred)Location : Auckland (Required)Language : Asian, Middle Eastern, Africans (Preferred)Work Eligibility : Permitted to work permanently with no restriction on hours (e.
g. citizen, permanent resident) (Required)