WWF-New Zealand is looking for someone who loves data and gets excited about analysis and financial forecasting. You’ll have at least 3 years’ experience of providing insightful marketing analysis, CRM administration and have a relevant degree. You’ll bring advanced Microsoft Excel skills, data manipulation skills, database management experience (Salesforce not for profit experience would be an advantage). 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 will be able to train other staff members to follow the procedures you put in place.
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’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 email@example.com. Please review the position description carefully and evidence how you meet the skills, experience and personal attributes required in your cover letter.
Interviews will be help in early-mid May.
If you have specific questions about the role, you can contact Amy Christie, Office Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marine Species Programme Manager
The aim of the role is to protect taonga (treasured) marine species. This is an exciting opportunity for the right person ready to further their expertise, achieve direct impacts to protect marine mammals and seabirds, improve the health of our ocean and influence global marine conservation.
The Marine Species Programme Manager will be responsible for advocating, researching and managing projects relating to marine species and their habitats (e.g. Māui and Hector Dolphins, Antipodean Albatross and Black Petrels). They will work closely with the Environmental Science Team and report directly to the Kaihautū Taiao/Environmental Science Director.
Key tasks include: advocacy, research, project management, policy submissions. You must have a positive can do attitude with the ability to multi task.
Please apply by emailing your CV and cover letter (the cover letter should be 2 sides maximum) in a single document to email@example.com.
How to apply:
We will be accepting applications until 12am midnight on the 11th May 2021.