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Analyst

Full-Time, Permanent Role, Central Wellington

WWF-New Zealand is looking for someone who loves data and gets excited about analysis and financial forecasting. You’ll have at least 2 years’ experience of providing insightful financial or marketing analysis and have a relevant degree. You’ll bring advanced Microsoft Excel skills, data manipulation skills, database management experience and ideally coding skills.  You’ll love the chance to make a difference with an environmental, international organisation and an iconic brand. You will play an integral part in shaping WWF’s growth strategy.

You will be a real data nerd who crunches numbers to discover insights for the business and cares about data integrity, but you also enjoy explaining and interpreting data to other people with your positive interpersonal skills. You like to push your thinking and challenge the initial answers, looking beyond to understand what’s happening behind the numbers. You are enthusiastic about using your analytical mind to play a key role in working towards a country where New Zealanders live in harmony with nature.

You will be responsible for insightful analysis and financial forecasting to help drive our income growth and donor retention, establishing, delivering and maintaining effective data management processes and procedures, and ensuring data privacy. You will need to be collaborative and results focused with strong attention to detail to succeed in this role. You are a reliable team player who ensures data reports, imports and exports are delivered on time and with great accuracy.

Self-motivated, efficient and focused, you’ll have good initiative and enjoy working within small, cross-organisational teams to achieve results together. You’ll be keen to keep learning and working collaboratively to improve our programme. In a small organisation, your role is vital and will help us to maximise impact for conservation.

The position is a full-time (37.5 hours a week), permanent role and is based in WWF’s office in central Wellington. Applications are welcome from New Zealand residents and those holding a current New Zealand work visa.

How to apply:

  • Please apply by emailing your CV and cover letter (the cover letter should be 2 sides maximum) in a single document to applytowwfnz@wwf.org.nz by midnight on Monday 25th February 2019.  Please review the position description carefully and evidence how you meet the skills, experience and personal attributes required in your cover letter.
  • Interviews are planned to occur between 4th-8th March 2019.
  • If you have specific questions about the role, you can contact Angela Worthy, Office Manager, on aworthy@wwf.org.nz or 0272232961.

Salary band:

Between $55,000 and $70,000 dependent on skills and experience.

Job Description

Strategic Partnership Programme Manager

WWF-New Zealand is looking for an optimistic and determined person to design, deliver and implement our strategic partnerships programme focusing initially on major donations. You’ll have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, and previous experience of managing relationships with influential individuals. You’ll love the chance to make a difference with an environmental, international organisation and an iconic brand. 

You’ll be responsible for identifying and cultivating prospective Major Donors, preparing individual fundraising proposals, soliciting and securing gifts and managing the ongoing stewardship of each donor. You will need to be collaborative and results focused with a passion for developing relationships to succeed in this role. 

This role will suit someone with a warm, approachable personality, ability to build rapport and trust quickly, and who wants to play a key role in working towards a country where New Zealanders live in harmony with nature. You’ll be expected to energize team members, persuade prospects and persevere to the end. 

An ability to empathize with donors and clearly communicate our organization’s mission is key. You will be excited about getting out there and talking to the wonderful people who care about our cause. You’ll use your high level of emotional intelligence to make supporters feel listened to and valued, negotiate great outcomes and build relationships. 

Self-motivated and focussed, you’ll have good initiative and enjoy working within small, cross-organisational teams to achieve results together. You’ll be keen to keep learning and working collaboratively to improve our programme. You are comfortable in discussions and negotiations with high level influencers, but also happy to get stuck in organising the nuts and bolts of the programme. 

In a small organisation, your role is vital and will help us to maximise impact for conservation. This is an exciting opportunity to shape and drive the strategic partnerships programme, and to be part of transformative change for our environment at a critical time. 

The position is a full-time (37.5 hours a week), permanent role and is based in WWF’s office in central Wellington.

How to apply:
  • Please apply by emailing your CV and cover letter (the cover letter should be 2 sides maximum) in a single document to applytowwfnz@wwf.org.nz by midnight on Monday 4th March 2019. 
  • Please review the position description carefully and evidence how you meet the skills, experience and personal attributes required in your cover letter. 
  • Interviews are planned to occur between 11-15th March 2019. 
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