This role is to provide administrative assistance with researching and applying for grants / funding to support our work in meeting the needs of those experiencing anxiety or depression. The role involves: preparing grant applications, researching new grant opportunities; completing forms to ensure timely submission of applications; updating grant information in our system.
We have a great culture and are a very supportive team, we love our volunteers and we are a great place to work!
A quick mention: Full vaccination for COVID-19 + booster needed, a medical or N95 mask is needed to wear on-site and we also have a cat at the clinic in case of allergy etc.
Check out more about us here https://linktr.ee/AnxietyNZ
The successful applicant will preferably have a background or some experience in researching or writing grant applications, and have knowledge of the funding scene across Auckland and New Zealand. Full training can be given to the right applicant. We are looking for applicants with good communication, common sense, somebody who enjoys writing and is interested and passionate about improving mental well-being in the community. You must be comfortable with using computers and searching the internet. A good level of written and spoken English is a crucial and you must be able to work in a confidential and professional environment. The role is in-person based in St Lukes and is suited for someone living not too far away. There is free onsite parking and disability friendly access.
Days and hours are flexible. Our office is open Mon - Sat and on Wed and Thurs evenings.
Ideally we need someone to be able to do between 6 and 10 hours per weeks.
We are asking for an ongoing commitment.
This role is not suited to a job seeker.
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.
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