UNA NZ National Administrator

The United Nations Association of NZ (UNA NZ) is seeking expressions of interest in the position of National Administrator, which is a part time role of 12 hours per week. Applicants must be self- motivated with demonstrated ability to work effectively without direct supervision at the UNA NZ office at Level 13, 49 Boulcott St (Davis Langdon House) in Wellington Central.

The role of the National Administrator is to support the National Council and members by providing advisory and administrative services of high quality, effectiveness, efficiency and where appropriate, confidentiality. Amongst other skills in the Job Description you will need to be competent using social media and web publishing such as developing E newsletters. A good understanding of the United Nations and its workings is preferable. This position interacts with a committed group of UNA NZ volunteers and with NGO affiliates, UN officials, and the general public. The position reports to the National President and works primarily with the Treasurer and National Executive.

UNA NZ was established in New Zealand in 1946 with the objective of sharing the principles of the UN Charter, and realising the vision of the United Nations. The Association is a not-for-profit organization and is independent, but has been formally linked with the United Nations. UNA NZ works to educate and inform New Zealanders about the UN system and its principles and activities, and reforms to strengthen it. UNA NZ works to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals and supports UN related aims. Our core values are: integrity, professionalism, and respect for diversity.

A full job description can be viewed or downloaded here 

A copy of the employment agreement is available upon request by emailing: [email protected]

Applications with covering letter, CV, and referee details close on Monday, 15 October 2018.

Email applications to [email protected] or post to:
Administrator, UNANZ Executive, PO Box 24494, Wellington 6142

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