Thanks for your interest in working at Creative New Zealand.
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Funding Agreements and Reporting Administrator
- Supporting the arts, supporting our people
- Fixed term to 30 June 2023
- Auckland based (possibly Wellington)
E ngā mātā waka o te motu, e ngā karangatanga maha, te iti me te rahi, tēnā koutou katoa! He karere he pānui tēnei e pa ana ki ētahi tunga hou i Toi Aotearoa mō te hunga e hiahia ana kia mahi ai i roto i te ao Toi. Talofa lava, Kia orana, Malo e lelei, Ni sa bula vinaka, Faka'alofa lahi atu, Fakatalofa atu, Kam na mauri, Gud de tru, Kaselehlie, Halo olgeta, Ia orana, Håfa adai, Aloha mai e.
At Creative New Zealand Toi Aotearoa we believe that having access to great arts experiences is essential to New Zealanders’ wellbeing and our country’s unique identity. As the national arts development agency of Aotearoa, we encourage, promote and support the arts for the benefit of all New Zealanders.
We’re undergoing an exciting and ambitious organisational development programme (Te Kaupapa o Toi Aotearoa) to ensure we have the organisational culture, competencies and practices that will enable us to meet our aspirations under Te Tiriti o Waitangi and ensure we deliver public value for all New Zealanders.
With an exciting programme of work ahead, we have a fixed term opportunity to join our Creative New Zealand whānau and close-knit Funding Services team.
Ko Tā mātou mahi – The role
Reporting to the Manager, Assessment & Funding Services, you will be part of the team responsible for ensuring the professional and accurate administration of the Funding Services grants processes, with particular responsibility for reporting and grant payments.
Key responsibilities include ensuring the efficient processing of funding agreements and payment of grants, as well as reviewing submitted project completion reports and ensuring their completeness and compliance. The role also provides comprehensive and professional grant management administration support and services as required to the Funding Services team and its Manager and develops and maintains effective relationships with a range of stakeholders.
Ngā pūmanawatanga ōu – What you will bring
To be successful in the role you will have strong project management and analysis experience, a passion for system and programme improvements and the ability to work flexibly across multiple grants programmes. Ideally you will have recent experience in using online funding management databases or similar CRM systems. It is essential that you have proven administration experience in a busy environment that has required a wide variety of administration tasks.
Ngā tāpaetanga kei a mātou - What we offer
We offer a diverse, positive and collaborative working environment and an enviable opportunity to work with and for New Zealand’s vibrant arts sector. In addition to annual leave, we offer Wellbeing Days (4 per year), additional leave over the Christmas/New Year period, a range of insurances including full Southern Cross Health Insurance and genuinely flexible working arrangements.
We are committed to the hauora of our people, and we support the growth and development of our whānau in flexible, mana enhancing ways. This role is preferably based in Auckland but we will consider applications from Wellington as well.
Send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications officially close 5pm Friday 20 January but we may be interviewing candidates as we receive applications before this date.
Creative New Zealand (the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa) is the national arts development agency. We encourage, promote and support the arts in New Zealand for the benefit of all New Zealanders. We do this by investing in, developing, advocating for and providing leadership in the arts for the benefit of all New Zealanders. We’re funded by the New Zealand Lottery Grants Board and directly from the Government through Vote: Arts, Culture and Heritage.
We’re advancing strategies to support and develop ngā toi Māori and Pacific arts and are committed to ensuring the preservation of heritage ngā toi Māori and Pacific arts knowledge. It’s an exciting time for us as we’re exploring what Te Tiriti o Waitangi means for us as an organisation and our work with the arts sector.
Creative New Zealand is an equal opportunities employer and committed to the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi.