Operations Manager

No One Ever Stands Alone or NESA is a charity working to end drunk and drugged driving and bring these issues to the forefront of conversation in our nation. We provide support to individuals and family members who have been impacted by a drunk or drugged driver so that they can feel supported and cared for while they deal with the the traumatic season in their lives. We believe that we can saves lives and make a difference for the generations to come.

About the role

We are recruiting an experienced Operations Manager to join our chairity leadership team. You will be a key member of our operations team to develop and expand our charitable operations and make a difference to end drunk and drugged driving.

You will oversee all our operational strategy to grow and expand NESA across New Zealand.

Some of the key responsibilities of this role are:

-Develop new community and volunteer initiatives in line with the strategic aims of NESA.
-Identify and maximize new opportunities.
-Develop and continue alliances with stakeholders and other charities and community groups.
-Foster the relationship with the NZ Police across New Zealand.
-Oversee the development and leading volunteers.
-Report and work closely with the NESA board of trustees.
-Develop relationships with businesses and individuals for NESA funding opportunities.

Your Benefits

Come join NESA and be rewarded with making a difference in the lives of New Zealanders. This is a volunteer role however reimburesement for travel and expenses and a potential Honoraruim for the right candidate will be considered.

How to apply

Click APPLY now, with a copy of your CV and Cover Letter. Contact contact Leah Abrams - CEO on email leah@nesa.org.nz for a confidential conversation.

Applicants for this position should either be NZ citizens/permanent residents and have the right to live and work in NZ. This is a 1- 2 year committment for this leadership role.


About You

-Experienced in leading teams and working with stakeholders in either a corporate or volunteer role.
-Understanding of drunk and drugged driving and the consquences associated(preferred).
-Proven experience in leading and developing teams.
-Confident working with and developing relationships.
-Demonstrated planning and organisational skillls.

A Ministry of Justice background check is required for this role.

Time commitment:

evenings and weekends and attending board meetings.

Getting started:
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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