Applications for NCWNZ Aspiring Board Member now open
Role: Aspiring Board Member
Term: 8 months, until Conference February 2022
Location: National position
Closes: 31 May 2021
Applications are invited for the Aspiring Board Member position until Conference at February 2022.
Do you believe in a Gender Equal New Zealand? If so, this is an exciting opportunity to join the board of New Zealand’s iconic gender equality organisation founded by Kate Sheppard - the National Council of Women New Zealand - as an Aspiring Board Member. Building on our 125 year history of advocating for social change, we’re in the midst of re-positioning ourselves to finish the job Kate started, and you could be a part of our new movement.
The Aspiring Board Member opportunity provides people with governance potential and ambition the opportunity to participate on a board and gain governance experience. It also provides the NCWNZ board with exposure to new talent, ideas and experiences. We are looking for an action-orientated professional committed to our cause and our organisation, with proven skills in financial management/strategy, including reporting, audit oversight and budgeting.
It is desirable to have any of:
- Skills in business enterprise, growth and investment
- Skills Fundraising, sponsorship and revenue diversification
- A tertiary qualification in a finance and commerce-related field
- Membership of NCWNZ or knowledge of the organisation
In addition to governance, you will also contribute to the operations of NCWNZ, especially in the area of finance, audit and risk.
Our current pro bono board meets monthly by zoom, and the commitment from each board member averages around 8 hours per week.
The Board wishes to reflect the diverse nature of our population. Applicants representing tangata whenua, as well those representing minority ethnic groups are desired. For more information see the NCWNZ Skills and Diversity Matrix Policy
To apply, please send a cover letter with a short explanation of why you would like to be considered for the role (no longer than 500 words) and your current CV to [email protected] by 31 May 2021.